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  • noun Plural form of Gospel.


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  • A comparison with any of the apocryphal gospels would show that such legendary development had not been incorporated into the earlier Gospels.

    Archive 2009-05-01

  • Gospels are usually called the _Synoptic Gospels_, because they give us one _synopsis_ or common view of our Lord's work.

    The Books of the New Testament

  • He read four short true stories in this book: they were what we call the Gospels according to Matthew, Mark, Luke and John.

    The Book of Missionary Heroes

  • Possibly there were even other Gospels from the first century which we don't know about.

    Charles E. Hill: The Conspiracy Theory Of The Gospels

  • For cornbread fans, The Cornbread Gospels is a cookbook dedicated to the subject.

    The Cornbread Gospels | Baking Bites

  • My position on the authenticty of the Gospels is clear.

    An Amazing First Century

  • -- The style of the Gospels is radically and clearly different from the style of all myths; there are no overblown, spectacular, exaggerated events; nothing is arbitrary, everything is meaningful;

    I saw TDVC and I almost lost my faith...

  • -- The Gospels were written by eyewitnesses from internal evidence: the style of writing in the Gospels is simple and alive; the Gospels show an intimate knowledge of Jerusalem prior to its destruction in AD 70; the Gospels are full of proper names, dates, cultural details, historical events, and customs and opinions of that time;

    I saw TDVC and I almost lost my faith...

  • Repentance in the Greek of the Gospels is metanoia, a changing of the mind.

    2003 May

  • Among these Christian Scriptures the most important were the histories of Our Lord's life, that we call Gospels, and the letters of the Apostles to various Churches.

    The Catholic Encyclopedia, Volume 9: Laprade-Mass Liturgy


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