Old Testament: The Old Testament readings are arranged in approximate chronological order. The books of the prophets are in sequence with the historical events and people with which those prophets were involved.
New Testament: Reading begin and end at logical thought breaks rather than at chapter divisions, which are sometimes artificial. John and Luke are switched so that Luke's two books, his Gospel and Acts, will be read in sequence.
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