Why Does the Bible Have Two Testaments?

Our word testament comes from the Greek diaqhkh, meaning "will, testament, or covenant." The best translation, Biblically speaking, is covenant, as the Old and New Testaments are God's covenants (or agreements) with humanity. The Old Testament deals primarily with the Mosaic Covenant, or the agreement God made with the Jews, in giving his law on Mount … Continue reading Why Does the Bible Have Two Testaments?