Heidegger's Bible Handbook: New Testament in General: Synoptic Outline of the Entire New Testament

Updated: Apr 23

The parts:



I. Historical, containing:

1. A History of Christ: And there are four Evangelists

a. Matthew: twenty-eight chapters.

b. Mark: sixteen chapters.

c. Luke: twenty-four chapters.

d. John: twenty-one chapters.

2. The Acts of the Apostles: twenty-eight chapters.



II. Dogmatic, namely, the Epistles:

1. Fourteen Pauline, namely,

a. To the Romans: sixteen chapters.

b. A First to the Corinthians: sixteen chapters.

c. A Second to the Corinthians: thirteen chapters.

d. To the Galatians: six chapters.

e. To the Ephesians: six chapters.

f. To the Philippians: four chapters.

g. To the Colossians: four chapters.

h. A First to the Thessalonians: five chapters.

i. A Second to the Thessalonians: three chapters.

k. A First to Timothy: six chapters.

l. A Second to Timothy: four chapters.

m. To Titus: three chapters.

n. To Philemon: one chapter.

o. To the Hebrews: thirteen chapters.

2. Seven Catholic, namely,

a. Of James, five chapters.

b. Of Peter, two:

α. A former: five chapters.

β. A latter: three chapters.

c. Of John, three:

α. A first: five chapters.

β. A second: one chapter.

γ. A third: one chapter.

d. Of Jude: one chapter.


III. One Prophetic, Revelation: twenty-two chapters.


Dr. Dilday's Lecture: "Hermeneutics and History, Part 1"




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