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It was at this juncture that John Starhurst proclaimed that he would carry the Gospel from coast to coast of the Great Land, and that he would begin by penetrating the mountain fastnesses of the headwaters of the Rewa River.
To his fellow missionaries he explained that he was not bent upon martyrdom; that the call had come for him to carry the Gospel into Viti Levu, and that he was merely obeying the Lord's wish.
During these days he labored to compose two works well worthy to be remembered besides the lessons we had from him, and singing of psalms: that is, he translated the Gospel of St.
From the Gospel to the Gospels; history, theology, and impact of the biblical term euangelion.
Don't just focus on Durham, though, the whole region is celebrating the book's visit this summer with fantastic events - some attractions, like Lindisfarne Priory, are well worth a visit for those who want to discover more about the heritage of the Gospels.
The gospels are in safekeeping at the Parker Library of Corpus Christi College in Cambridge, and are part of a collection donated by Archbishop of Canterbury Matthew Parker (1559 to 1575) in 1575.
The manuscript, also known as the Lichfield Gospels, the Book of Chad and the St Teilo Gospels, contains the Gospels of Matthew and Mark, and the early part of the Gospel of Luke.
The manuscript, also known as the Lichfield Gospels, the Book of Chad and the St Teilo Gospels, contain the Gospels of Matthew and Mark, and the early part of the Gospel of Luke.
It is divided into three sections: context and method in approaching the Gospels; content and interpretation of the Gospels and witness to Christ; and the afterlife of the Gospels with their impact on church and society.
She includes comments on textual criticism and literary criticism in the belief that this is necessary for a full understanding of the Gospels.
The temple authorities, as the gospels collectively refer to them, were not religious leaders so much as political actors willing to benefit from their nation's oppressors.
I know that this book by Maria Valtorta is not inspired by the Holy Spirit as the Gospels are, but I feel that there is more truth in Valtorta's book than in the Gospel of Judas.