New Testament

Contrary to its name, the New Testament was written almost 2,000 years ago. Containing multiple books and authors, there’s a lot of interesting historical aspects in the New Testament whether you’re religious or not. Take a trip back in time and learn the history of this knowledgeable historical account!

Facts About The Last Supper

20 Interesting Facts About The Last Supper

Andrew Krehbiel
Mar 17, 2021

Jesus did some miraculous things in his lifetime. But no one knew that this would be His last supper on earth. His last meal consisted of unleavened bread and wine. What else happened that fateful night? Here are 20 interesting facts about The Last Supper.

20 Interesting Facts About Lent

20 Interesting Facts About Lent

Andrew Krehbiel
Apr 8, 2022

People can get cranky when they don't get what they want, especially over the Lenten season. So please, take pity on your Christian friends during Lent; they're sacrificing their vices for the betterment of their health. Here are 20 interesting facts about Lent!

John the Baptist

Who Was John the Baptist?

Jamie Ward
Mar 17, 2021

Preacher and religious figure John the Baptist was mentioned within the Gospels of the New Testament. It is told that he baptised people by the River of Jordan and talked about the return of Jesus. And so, he gained a large following. Check out this article to find out more about John the Baptist.

Facts About the Nativity Play

The Nativity Play Vs The Biblical Account

Jamie Ward
Apr 8, 2022

We all know the story told through the nativity play. It has been retold for many years. But is there any truth in the traditional story told? What does the Bible really tell us happened? Let’s take a closer look between the nativity play and the Biblical account.

The First Christmas Story

The First Christmas Story

Zoe Adams
Apr 8, 2022

The story of the nativity play has been retold so many times. Schools are constantly changing the story told to make it more unique. But here at The Fact Site we are going to relay the original version. So let’s dive right in.