The word Bible comes from a Greek word that means book. The word Scripture is from a word (Greek: graphai) that means writing. The word testament is derived from a Latin word (testamentum) that refers to a will or covenant. In the KJV, the words “old testament” occur only in that which Paul said (2 Cor. 3:14), while the words “new testament” was used by Jesus 3 times (Mt. 26:28, Mk. 14:24, Lk. 22:20), by Paul twice (1 Cor. 11:25; 2 Cor. 3:6) and in Hebrews once (9:15). The word testament is used six additional times in Hebrews and Revelation. The English word in the KJV is a translation of the Greek (diatheke), meaning dispensation, full arrangement (AMG’s Encyclopedia of Bible Facts, Young’s Analytical Concordance, Vines). RT