Why is the Old Testament still relevant to Christians today?


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Initial post: Feb 6, 2010 3:00:17 PM PST
If the Old Testament was before Jesus Christ, then why is it still a part of the Bible for Christians today? Since it is widely talked about that Jews helped killed Christ, why would Christians need to know about the troubles for the Israelite people in the Old Testament? I don't get it. So why is the Old Testament relevant at all to Christians today?
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