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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.
But on the following Friday he was waited upon by the Pillars of the Church, who informed him that in order to be in harmony with the New Theology and get full advantage of modern methods of Gospel interpretation they had deemed it advisable to make a change.
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.
The list of plays thus presented commonly included: The Fall of Lucifer; the Creation of the World and the Fall of Adam; Noah and the Flood; Abraham and Isaac and the promise of Christ's coming; a Procession of the Prophets, also foretelling Christ; the main events of the Gospel story, with some additions from Christian tradition; and the Day of Judgment.
Of all the Gospel those words are the only ones remembered.
From the Gospel to the Gospels; history, theology, and impact of the biblical term euangelion.
IN a bid to celebrate the return of the Lindisfarne Gospels to the North East, its birthplace has been revisited.
Augustine Gospels, which many Anglicans refer to as "the Canterbury Gospels.
The St Chad Gospels are about 70 years older than the Book of Kells in Dublin's Trinity College, which attracts thousands of visitors each year, but have so far been Lichfield's best kept secret.
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.
This introduction is not intended for the scholars of the Synoptic Gospels but for interested students and lay people.