Revelation is about "the last things" and the second coming of Jesus, so it makes sense that it comes at the end.
The familiar New Testament begins with the Gospels and concludes with Revelation for obvious reasons.
Jesus is the central figure of Christianity and so the New Testament begins with Matthew, Mark, Luke and John.
On the other hand, if "Jehovah" did not appear in the New Testament, the meaning of key New World Translation Scriptures change.
This article addresses the following: The fundamental flaw of the NWT is this insertion of the word Jehovah 237 times into the New Testament.
The shape of the latter had it's origin in ancient Chaldea, and was used of the symbol of of the god Tammaz(being in the shape of the mystic Tau, the initial of his name in that country and adjacent lands, including Egypt. Hence the Tau or T, in it's most frequent form, with the cross-piece lowered, was adopted to stand for the cross of Christ"ross" rather than "a cross")and to that of Jesus Christ. And the instrument of execution is called a "cross." The natural result is that we imagine that all the people said to have been "crucified" were executed by being nailed or otherwise affixed to a cross-shaped instrument set in the ground, like that to be seen in our fanciful illustrations of the execution of Jesus.
Hence definition II is somewhat 'suspect' and may only reflect the lexicons belief that the stauros in the NT was cross-shaped or it may be giving it as a reference, that is, that when we read in the English Bibles "cross" this is from the Greek stauros and no indication it was actually cross-shaped. This was, however, by no means necessarily the case.Everything else comes between: Acts, 13 letters attributed to Paul, and eight attributed to other early Christian figures.A chronological New Testament sequences the documents very differently.Watchtower reasons that Jehovah was originally there, but removed without trace.This undermines the integrity of the entire Bible, as if such a significant word has been changed, what else is wrong?Enter your mobile number or email address below and we'll send you a link to download the free Kindle App. == "undefined") else if (typeof document.webkit Hidden !