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Synonyms for Gospel

the four books in the New Testament (Matthew, Mark, Luke, and John) that tell the story of Christ's life and teachings

an unquestionable truth


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folk music consisting of a genre of a cappella music originating with Black slaves in the United States and featuring call and response

a doctrine that is believed to be of great importance

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Unlike other books that place the Gospel into chronological order, McNamara's book uses the four Gospels in their original form and combines and overlaps them to create one continuous account of Jesus' life.
Adams, author of The Stars Will Fall from Heaven: 'Cosmic Catastrophe' in the New Testament and its World, presents this introductory text on the four Gospels of the New Testament.
We know the authors of the four gospels of the canon, when they were written; which was very early e.
Shirley Muir and her husband Allan, who run a historical re-enactment group in Aberdeen, found the Apostle Matthew, in the Book of Kells - a copy of the four Gospels created by Celtic monks on Iona around 800AD.
Highlights include leaves from three of the six oldest surviving Hebrew codices; the oldest known manuscripts of the books of Numbers and Deuterono my; one of the earliest known manuscripts of the Gospels written in Latin; the oldest dated parchment biblical codex in the world; fragments from Codex Washingtonensis, fourth- and fifth-century Old Testament Greek manuscripts; a colorful painted cover of the Washington Manuscript Ill--The Four Gospels, depicting figures of St.
Whittaker, Oxford 1982), a devastating attack on paganism in the manner of Justin and Clement, and the now largely lost Diatessaron, an exposition of the four Gospels, proof of their growing authority; cf.
If Atwill's investigations are sound, it could well mean that the Jesus portrayed in the four Gospels was written not by Christians, but by Romans meaning to usurp the Christian movement for their own political purposes.
The signature work is the ``Book of Kells,'' an intricately decorated version of the four gospels, produced in the ninth century at a monastery on the island of Iona.
Colossians 3: 16 (New International Version) We sing when we are happy and the word of Christ which you will find in the four Gospels can lead you to a closer walk with God.
A drawing from a page in the Book of Kells, an illuminated manuscript containing the four gospels written around the year 800 A.
According to the four Gospels, which scholars have shown to be reliable historical works, Jesus Christ was horn in a stable in Bethlehem, a town in Roman-occupied Palestine, around 4 B.
Or again, Hart notes that while the Mosead is explicable as a (quite radical) development of the epic form, the four Gospels are not.
It is based primarily on the King James' version of the four gospels.
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