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Definition of “gospel” - Learner’s Dictionary

gospel

noun     /ˈɡɒspəl/
TEACHING [no plural]
the teachings of Jesus Christ: to preach the gospel The Bible - people, events and places
BOOK [C]
one of the four books in the Bible that tells the life of Jesus ChristThe Bible - people, events and places
the gospel truth
something that is completely trueTrue, real, false, and unreal
MUSIC [U]
a style of Christian music, originally sung by black AmericansTypes of music
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