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Use "gospels" in a sentence
"How strange it is, when one comes to consider it, that the impression of absolute perfection, free from all limitations of race or country or epoch or individual character -- and yet not a vague abstraction but a true living Person -- has been printed upon the minds and hearts of the world by these four little pamphlets which we call gospels!"
"While the gospels in the New Testament are about telling the story of Jesus, the point of the gospels is not found within in the narrative, that is, by reading, studying and learning the order of events."
"And they should be running away from this Rev Garner, because his courage in FINALLY stepping out and standing up to this evangelical bastardization of the gospels is going to likely start a trend."