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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishgospelgos‧pel /ˈɡɒspəl $ ˈɡɑːs-/ noun  1 Gospel2 (also Gospel) [singular] the life of Christ and the ideas that he taughtpreach/spread the gospel (=tell people about it) Missionaries were sent to preach the Gospel. gospel stories3 [countable usually singular]BELIEVE a set of ideas that someone believes in very strongly and tries to persuade other people to acceptspread/preach the gospel spreading the gospel of science4 (also gospel truth) [uncountable]TRUE something that is completely true Don’t take everything she says as gospel (=don’t believe everything she says).5 (also gospel music) [uncountable]APM a type of Christian music in which religious songs are sung very loudly a gospel choir
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gospelAnd exactly this, I would say, is the difference between a gospel of war and one of peace.a gospel singerHis name is cited in the four gospels.Customer service has become the gospel of many an organization, and with good reason.In the gospels mention had been made of the Father, the Son and the Holy Ghost.Much of this insight has a valuable application to the communicating of the gospel.It was the same with Cornelius, another great landmark in the spread of the gospel in Acts.The gospel calls us to live in readiness for that hour.The gospels commend faith the size of a grain of mustard seed.preach/spread the gospelWhile Buckley spread the gospel at the Moscone Center, the curtain went up on widespread management departures.Matthew, Mark, Luke and John spreading the gospel.Keep spreading the gospel, it needs to be heard.It was only a few minutes into Sunday when Vice President Gore started preaching the gospel.Howard was regarded as a working fulfilment of the three-fold commission to teach, preach the gospel and heal the sick.They preach the gospel of self-sufficiency, railing against government handouts.She learned to pray at two or three, and felt chosen to preach the gospel to the heathen from eleven.In colonial times, Western missionaries would dash off to bastions of other faiths to preach the Gospel.spread/preach the gospelWhile Buckley spread the gospel at the Moscone Center, the curtain went up on widespread management departures.Matthew, Mark, Luke and John spreading the gospel.Keep spreading the gospel, it needs to be heard.It was only a few minutes into Sunday when Vice President Gore started preaching the gospel.Howard was regarded as a working fulfilment of the three-fold commission to teach, preach the gospel and heal the sick.They preach the gospel of self-sufficiency, railing against government handouts.She learned to pray at two or three, and felt chosen to preach the gospel to the heathen from eleven.In colonial times, Western missionaries would dash off to bastions of other faiths to preach the Gospel.take ... as gospelThis statement does not have to be taken as gospel to be of use.That neutrality is often criticized as hypocritical: all manner of metaphysical conclusions-as above-are usually taken as gospel.