- n. Plural form of gospel.
- n. the four books in the New Testament (Matthew, Mark, Luke, and John) that tell the story of Christ's life and teachings
“How strange it is, when one comes to consider it, that the impression of absolute perfection, free from all limitations of race or country or epoch or individual character -- and yet not a vague abstraction but a true living Person -- has been printed upon the minds and hearts of the world by these four little pamphlets which we call gospels!”
“While the gospels in the New Testament are about telling the story of Jesus, the point of the gospels is not found within in the narrative, that is, by reading, studying and learning the order of events.”
“And they should be running away from this Rev Garner, because his courage in FINALLY stepping out and standing up to this evangelical bastardization of the gospels is going to likely start a trend.”
“They called their gospels heresy, and the Nag Hammadi texts were hidden for two thousand years.”
“Nag Hammadi is the source of the off-label gospels the pope and his merry minions since the 4th century have tried to prevent the rest of us from reading.”
“Now let’s look at the gospels from a historical perspective; a. Mark has Jesus appearing before the Sanhedrin at the palace of the high priest (Mark 14: 53), when historically the Sanhedrin met at the Beth Din, a part of the Jerusalem temple.”
“So, if it is true, as the scriptures claim, that Jesus' resurrection is the first resurrection of the general resurrection of all the dead that will happen on "the last day," then what we have in the resurrection appearances of Jesus recorded in the gospels is a portrait of what it is that human identity consists of.”
“What control do you have that assures you that the Jesus of the gospels is the Jesus Paul preached of?”
“Some of the books that are called gospels aren't narratives but teachings about Christ like the gnostic "Gospel of Truth".”
“Well, the writers of the gospels were the anti-semitic Jews (except Luke, who was merely an anti-semite) and they wanted to explain the reason why there were still Jews.”
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