https://thebibleproject.com/explore/new-testament-overview/ (8 min., 17 secs)
The gospels as they appear in the reading schedule:
https://thebibleproject.com/explore/john/ (8:45, part 1; 8:32, part 2)
https://thebibleproject.com/explore/luke/ (8:17, part 1; 7:48, part 2)
https://thebibleproject.com/explore/matthew/ (8:17, part 1; 7:10, part 2)
https://thebibleproject.com/explore/mark/ (9:32) I encourage you to also watch the first video on the page this link takes you to (it’s 5:32 long, has “Book” in the top left corner), but the one that goes with the poster is the second video. Just so you’re not confused.
The first five books of (what’s known as) the New Testament are Matthew, Mark, Luke, John, and Acts. The reason I say “what’s known as” the Old and New Testaments is that when you add everything up, it becomes clear that the Old Testament continues through the gospels and into the book of Acts. I’ll show this to you as we read through the gospels for the next 46 days. And then I’ll show you the shift in the book of Acts. Seeing this shift answers so many questions and does away with so many supposed contradictions, I think you’ll just love it!
Get yourself ready for the wild ride through the gospels!