The new version of the Bible might seem unbiased and idyllic, and there are several justifications for that and reasons why the new version would not measure up to the one written. The Old Testament includes the Judeo-Christian faith basis and emphasizes history. It describes the creation of the world, the Israelites’ exodus, and the commandments of God. There are assumptions that the Old Testament includes stories from real life. Hence, the text serves the function of teaching people by providing experiences of other people from history.
For example, Messiah’s arrival and the world’s end were mentioned. The New Testament, contrarily, is centered on the Christian church and Jesus’s teachings. It emphasizes the essence of Jesus’s sacrifice; the stories are written through gospels. Thus, the rewritten Bible is different from the Old Testament because it has a different function. It aims to make people follow Jesus and his example.