gospel truth

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an unquestionable truth


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You are a fool if you ignore polls and you are a fool if you assume they are the gospel truth
RE Joan McAlpine saying the SNP are ahead of Labour in a recent poll, isn't it strange that when a poll suggests they are ahead, it's the gospel truth but one suggesting otherwise is put down as completely unreliable?
Learning needs to be a lifelong process and what is gospel truth today must change tomorrow.
Having assumed the role as the Gospel herald for centuries, the West renders the Gospel truth to the scrutiny of a scientific worldview.
It must be taken into consideration that the constitution is not the Gospel Truth that cannot be amended or modified.
us/2012/08/giza-pyramid-complex-planetary-alignment-the-real-thing/) concurred that the viral photo shouldn't be taken as gospel truth.
Here is the Gospel truth about getting divine tresses 35 BEAUTY NEWS Stick-on nails, hot pink blush and cheap Moroccan oil 36 HELEN FLANAGAN The former Coronation Street star on battling anorexia and becoming the new face of Specsavers 41 FEELING GOOD What to eat to help with endometriosis, plus buying better butties 43 FOOD Marian Keyes' no-bake lime and ginger cheesecake, plus new breakfast cereals 46 WIN
I was once given this information as gospel truth and spent a whole five minutes checking it out before discovering it was total fiction.
The essence of this consultation will involve a loving embrace of church law, native culture and gospel truth.
Telecom Minister Sibal further said: "This is the danger of taking arguments made on behalf of an accused and treating them as evidence and gospel truth.
Not that Commonwealth simply accepts Envestnet's recommendations as gospel truth.
In his letter to Philemon, Paul reminds his friend that his discipleship requires him to examine every aspect of his life through the prism of Gospel truth.
But what makes her more remarkable is her willingness to venture into uncharted territory, such as 2007's "The Gospel Truth," which is billed as an "agnostic gospel" album, and then follow it up with an album of pop songs from the '60s and the '70s, including tunes by Stevie Wonder, Paul McCartney and the Beach Boys, many melded with pieces of classical music.