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Religious Glossary - common terms used related to Religion

Gospel - In Christianity, Gospels are a genre of Early Christian literature essentially concerning the message and meaning of Jesus. Each of the four canonic gospels reveals the "Good News" about Christ's life and presence embedded in a narrative of Jesus Christ's life.

The final lesson in The Word of God taken from one of the four Gospels in the New Testament. It is normally read by a deacon or priest, and as a sign of reverence, the people and assisting ministers stand when the Gospel is proclaimed

From the Old English god spel, or "good news." In the Christian tradition, it refers to the grace of God through faith in Jesus Christ. It also refers collectively to the New Testament literary genre composed of the four books (Mark, Matthew, Luke and John), or "gospels," that provide narratives of Jesus' birth, ministry, death and resurrection.