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- proper noun Christianity Alternative spelling of
- proper noun Christianity One of the
first four booksof the New Testament, Matthew, Mark, Luke or John.
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But he was almost always going about all the parishes  serving the Gospel,  and _living of the Gospel_,  as the Lord appointed for him when he said, _The labourer is worthy of his hire.
Origen; on Celsus, 7; on the authorship of the Fourth Gospel, 216; of the Apocalypse, 216; uses the _Gospel according to the Hebrews_, 152 n; quotes the Ignatian Epistles, 80, 82; his accuracy in textual criticism, 269; his use of the word 'oracles', 174
Thus, short as his Gospel is, he alone has εἰσ-πορεύεσθαι, ἐκ-πορεύεσθαι, συμ-πορεύεσθαι, παρα-πορεύεσθαι, _oftener than all the other three Evangelists put together_, — viz. twenty-four times against their nineteen: while the compound προσπορεύεσθαι is _peculiar to his Gospel_. —
Are we winning people to an attractive and easy gospel, health and wealth, forgiveness without true repentance Gospel?
a Greek St Matthew in existence in his day, 168 sq; identical with the extant Gospel, 169 sq; relation of the Hebrew to the Greek Gospel, 170; confused with the _Gospel according to the Hebrews_, by Jerome, 285; perhaps by Papias, 170; motive of Papias 'allusion, 208; quoted in the Epistle of Barnabas as' Scripture, '227
Verses of S. Mark’s Gospel, even though he left them out: (496) while the original S.ribe of the Codex S.naiticus (א) is declared by Tischendorf to have actually _omitted the concluding verse of S. John’s Gospel_, — in which unenviable peculiarity _it stands alone among MS..
There is much preaching _about_ Christ's death which fails to be a preaching _of_ Christ's death, and therefore to be in the full sense of the term Gospel Preaching, because it ignores this.
The message of the Gospel is the lens through which the whole of scripture is to be interpreted.
Come to me, all of you, and be filled with my fruits. the Gospel is the well-known passage from the Marian Masses in which Christ praises His Mother as blessed and includes all those who mother God spiritually through hearing and keeping His word.
My darling had but few superstitions: her spiritually informed intelligence rose superior to vulgar signs and dreams, and saw through the little warnings and wonders of darker and less pure minds with a science of its own, which she called Gospel light.