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Gospel of Matthew written to the messianic Jews suffering persecution
Gospel of Mark written to the Romans, gospel of action
Gospel of Luke written to the Gentiles
Gospel of John written to the Greeks, logos doctrine
Acts written by Paul; about early church history
Romans written to the romans; dealt with salvation
1 Corinthians dealt with corruption of the church
2 Corinthians like its first book, only more personal and less doctrinal
Galatians written to the Judaizers
Ephesians royal epistle
Phillipians epistle of joy
Colossians Christ is being undermined through the worship of angels by the gnostics
1 Thessalonians written when people were scared there would be no second coming of christ
2 Thessalonians written to establish that Christ had not come back yet
Philemons letter written to Philemon concerning his escaped slave, Onesimus.
1, 2 Timothy & Titus deals with church leadership
Hebrews written to Messianic Jews; central theme: Christ is better
James written to Messianic Jews; central theme: Faith without works is dead
1 Peter addresses the role of suffering in Christianity
2 Peter Heretics are trying to say that there will be no second coming
1,2 John deals with early gnosticism, condemns heretics while comforting true believers
3 John deals with church administration
Jude deals with false teachers
Revelation deals with prophecy
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