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What is gospel?

The word gospel literally means "good news" and occurs 93 times inthe Bible, exclusively in the New Testament. In Greek, it is theword euaggelion, from which we get our Englis (MORE)

What is the gospel?

The gospel is the Good News - that Jesus has risen from the dead  - because he died for us so that we might live.  The gospel is the good news of the lord.    Answer (MORE)

What are the Gospels?

Gospel is teaching and principles of a religious leader.   The Gospels in the bible are: Matthew, Mark, Luke, John.   The Gospels are accounts of the life and teachi (MORE)

What are gospels?

  The term "gospel" has come to mean any authoritative document that is intended to describe the life of Jesus. Many gospels have been written, but only four are now consi (MORE)

What is the difference between the gospel and gospels?

The "Gospel" can refer to the scriptures i.e. The Bible, or it can refer to the singular i.e The Gospel of John. The "Gospels" are those books written by Matthew, Mark, Luke a (MORE)

When was the gospel and where and why?

The word gospel means "good news." In Christianity, the Gospel refers to the good news that Jesus was teaching, which focused on the Bible prophecies saying Jesus would return (MORE)

Which gospels are synoptic gospels?

A: The first three gospels are often referred to as the synoptic gospels. This is because the gospels of Matthew, Mark and Luke have many of the same stories, often in same s (MORE)

How is the gospel described in Mark's gospel?

As Jesus the Messiah (the Christ) coming in the flesh in fulfillment of Old Testament prophecy and promise (for ex - Genesis 3:15 or Isaiah 53) to die for our sins (Daniel 9)a (MORE)

Why is John's Gospel not a synoptic gospel?

A:Matthew, Mark and Luke are known as synoptic gospels because they are moderately similar in content. We now know that this comes about because the authors of Matthew and Luk (MORE)

Where did the gospel writers that were not not disciples get their gospel?

A:The four New Testament gospels are traditionally attributed to the apostles Matthew, Mark, Luke and John. Of these, Matthew and John were recorded as disciples of Jesus, but (MORE)