My husband is teaching Gospel Doctrine right now. This year the course of study is the New Testament. I’ve been thinking that I’d like to design a scripture reading chart for that class. So I created one in black and white, easy to photocopy. I must mention that I leaned on the scripture charts created by Nathan Richardson, here. I really love all of his charts for scripture study because they present a really simple overview of the content of the scriptures. His thoughtful work is what led me to divide up the New Testament into “The Gospels,” “History,” “Epistles of Paul,” and so on. Note that each of the books and chapters is still sequential. Also please note that I often declined to split up 1st and 2nd books. So, for example, all seven chapters of 1 John, 2 John, and 3 John are combined in “John.” As is the case for Corinthians, Timothy, Peter, and Thessalonians.
After finishing up the design in black and white, I thought it might be nice in color. Or maybe a brighter, rainbow scheme? So I added a couple of additional color options. I am quite pleased with how these turned out. I think I’d like to create them for all four books of scripture as time permits, so stay tuned!
All three New Testament versions are available below, as a full page or two-per-page (this size would be better suited to slip into standard sized scriptures).