Definitions for "New Testament"
Part of the Bible together with the Hebrew Scripture. The New Testament contains the Gospels, the Epistles and the book of Revelation.
The books of the Bible written after Christ returned to heaven.
a collection of documents composed within the first two or three generations after Yeshua, comprised of the four Gospels (biographies of Yeshua), a history of the early church, several letters from the apostles addressed to various churches and addressing assorted issues of concern, and the book of John's vision of things to come. We believe this new way is the " New Covenant" spoken of by Jeremiah the prophet. (Jeremiah 31:31)