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/ˈgäspəl/,
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gospels, plural;
  1. The teaching or revelation of Christ
    • - it is the Church's mission to preach the gospel
  2. A thing that is absolutely true
    • - they say it's sold out, but don't take that as gospel
  3. A set of principles or beliefs
    • - the new economics unit has produced what it reckons to be the approved gospel
  4. The record of Jesus' life and teaching in the first four books of the New Testament

  5. Each of these books

  6. A portion from one of these read at a church service

  7. A fervent style of black American evangelical religious singing, developed from spirituals sung in Southern Baptist and Pentecostal churches
    • - gospel singers

  1. the four books in the New Testament (Matthew, Mark, Luke, and John) that tell the story of Christ's life and teachings
  2. an unquestionable truth; "his word was gospel"
  3. folk music consisting of a genre of a cappella music originating with Black slaves in the United States and featuring call and response; influential on the development of other genres of popular music (especially soul)
  4. religious doctrine: the written body of teachings of a religious group that are generally accepted by that group
  5. a doctrine that is believed to be of great importance; "Newton's writings were gospel for those who followed"
  6. A gospel (from Old English, gōd spell cf Germanic gut + speil "good news") is a writing that describes the life, ministry, death, burial, and resurrection of Jesus. ...
  7. The Open Brethren, sometimes called Christian Brethren or "Plymouth Brethren", are a group of Protestant Evangelical Christian churches that arose in the late 1820s as part of the Assembly Movement. They originated in England and Ireland and now have many assemblies worldwide.
  8. This article discusses the Music of Detroit, Michigan. World renowned for its Detroit Symphony Orchestra and music celebrities, the area has a long and rich heritage, including several Platinum artists in different genres whose recordings had surpassed forty million copies by the year 2000.
  9. The Gospel in Christian liturgy refers to a reading from the Gospels used during various religious services, including Mass or Divine Liturgy (Eucharist). ...
  10. The Narrow-typed Gospel Book was the first book to be printed in Russia, in 1553-1554.
  11. Gospel music is music that is written to express either personal, spiritual or a communal belief regarding Christian life, as well as (in terms of the varying music styles) to give a Christian alternative to mainstream secular music.
  12. The first section of the Christian New Testament scripture, comprising the books of Matthew, Mark, Luke and John, concerned with the life, death, resurrection, and teachings of Jesus; An account of the life, death, resurrection, and teachings of Jesus, generally written during the first several ...
  13. (Gospels) (in  biblical literature: The Gospel According to Mark: unique structure)
  14. (Gospels) Apparently first hand accounts of the events taking place during and following the time of Jesus. Attributed to Matthew, Mark, Luke and John. Extended by some to include the Acts of the Apostles, attributed to Luke.
  15. (Gospels) Cornelius · Herod Antipas · Herod Archelaus · Herod Philip II · Herod the Great · Herodias · "Longinus" · Pontius Pilate · Pilate's Wife · Quirinius · Salome · Tiberius
  16. (Gospels) Each of the Gospels narrates the ministry of Jesus of Nazareth. The traditional author is listed after each entry. Modern scholarship differs on precisely by whom, when, or in what original form the various gospels were written.
  17. Literally, "good news." The story of Christ's life, His death and resurrection, as described from different perspectives by eye-witness authors, Matthew, Mark, Luke and John. ...
  18. One of the first four books of the New Testament. At the Divine Liturgy the Deacon intines the Gospel. At the Vigil, the reading is done by the Bishop or Priest.
  19. The "good news" of redemption through Jesus Christ; the principles and ordinances of the plan of salvation.
  20. literally means, 'Good News'; the message concerning Christ, the kingdom of God, and salvation.  Also used to refer to the first four books of the Christian New Testament which tell the story of Jesus' earthly ministry.
  21. Music played in black Christian churches, usually ecstatic in nature
  22. music that explores themes of Christian belief and biblical history, and is popular among black and white Louisianans alike. Their renditions may differ significantly, in keeping with the cultural/stylistic traits of blues and old-time coun­try/bluegrass, respectively.
  23. The good news, or message,   of how Jesus Christ redeemed, or paid for, the sins of man by dying on the cross. The substitutionary death of Christ. (Isaiah 53)
  24. Choir music with dominant vocal harmony, which traditionally had lyrics of a Christian nature. Contemporary gospel music utilizes piano or organ, electric guitar, bass guitar and drums. – Israel and New Breed
  25. 'Glad Tidings' preached by Christ and his apostles. 'Good news' (of salvation), Anglo-Saxon 'God,' and 'spell,' a narrative, or 'God-story' of Revelation.