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    There is a serious issue in the body of Christ that causes much division and many questions to skeptics and people outside of the faith. That is, “What about those who have never heard the gospel?” This brings many other questions. Do those who never hear the gospel go to Heaven? If someone never heard of the good news in their whole life would God spare them anyway and make them be exempt from judgment? These serious questions deserve serious answers. “For the wrath of God is revealed from heaven

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    Simply stated, “the word "gospel" means simply good news.” With that definition, then the good news would summarize all of the information found in the New Testament and the teachings of Jesus Christ. The Apostle Paul recaps the most basic components in the gospel message. These are found in 1 Corinthians 15:1-8, specifically listed in 15:3-4 (NRSV) “For I handed on to you as of first importance what I in turn had received: that Christ died for our sins in accordance with the scriptures, and that

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    Moreland What is the Gospel? The Gospel is who Jesus was/is, the meaning of his death, and his resurrection. The main idea is to show that God opened up His kingdom and invited us along inside. It details the importance of scripture, the promises, and prayers that point to Jesus sacrifice on the cross. Jesus came down to Earth from heaven even though he did not have to and died for every single person’s sins. The Gospel deepens our Christian faith and life in numerous ways. The Gospel offers instruction

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    Gospels Of The Gospels

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    the content and the practices of the faith two thousand years later is also remarkable. The four Gospels stand at the head of the New Testament, underlining their importance, forming a “seamless continuity between the story of Israel and the story of the church”. The four documents now known as the Gospels were not known by this name until late in the second century. Until then, there was only one Gospel, the proclamation of Jesus and the kingdom of God, with four books presenting it, each in its

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    Compare and contrast the birth narratives in the Gospel of Matthew and that of the Gospel of Luke. The birth narrative of Matthew begins with a long genealogy of Jesus, which basically shows how Jesus is son of Abraham who is the father of the nation of Israel, and David the King of the Jews. This may not seem important but this genealogy shows how Jesus is connected to the Davidic line. Then we have Mary, who just found out she was pregnant and Joseph decides it is best to divorce her because

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    Gospels

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    John did not have access to the other gospels or he chose not to use them. No one really knows the source of John’s gospel and we don’t know for sure who wrote the gospels. Scholars refer to the authors as Matthew, Mark, Luke & John, this may not even be their real names. The Gospel were not first hand accounts except for Mark. John did not seem to have known the existence of the other 3 gospels. The Gospels were wrote about 90 - 100 c.e. This particular Gospel was compressed from a number oral (and

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    What is the Gospel?

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    In the Bible, namely the New Testament, there are many letters. Paul, who wrote many of these letters, proclaims the gospel, the “good news”. What is this good news and what are the so-called “gospels” in the first place? Why is it even necessary to know this? After reading specific sections of Paul’s letters, such as Romans 8, and commentaries regarding these passages, the gospel is the good news of the Lord, The good news is a proclamation of our access to salvation and the sacrifice of Christ

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    The Gospel of Christ

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    response to some who were promoting a different gospel (1:6) than the one he presented at a previous visit to this area. Are there other "gospels" being promoted in our culture today? How can they be recognized? What distinguishes the gospel of Christ from these other gospels? Before I begin to discuss the other “gospels” being promoted in “our” culture, I would like to discuss the cultural tension that scripted and introduced the different gospel to the Galatians, in order to form a parallel

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    gospel

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    accounts is the motive. To elaborate, what could have possibly motivated the disciples and followers of Jesus to amplify and embellish these accounts? These are, after all, the same people who were willing to lay down their lives for the sake of the Gospel message they had been given, so that it might be preserved. Many died during periods of intense persecution. Would anyone die a martyr's death for an account known to be a fraud? They had nothing to gain, materially, but everything to lose. Indeed

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    Gospel

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    Gospel Gospel is defined as the good news. In the New Testament times, gospel did not attribute to a book or manuscript, but to a proclamation or message. It was normally referred to as a proclamation of the good news. The good news usually consisted of a victory in battle or other news for the Romans. It also had an effect on the Hebrews by proclaiming the good news to them, especially of Israel’s victory over God’s victory. More broadly, it can proclaim all of God’s glorious acts over Israel

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