The word Gospel as explained in a secular dictionary.
- the teaching or revelation of Christ.
“it is the Church’s mission to preach the gospel”
Similar: Christian teaching, Christ’s teaching, the life of Christ, the word of God, the good news, Christian doctrine, the New Testament
- a thing that is absolutely true.
“they say it’s sold out, but don’t take that as gospel”
Similar: the truth, the whole truth, the naked truth, gospel truth, God’s truth, the honest truth, fact, actual fact, what actually/really happened, reality, actuality, factuality, the case, verity, a certainty.
Opposite: a lie
- a set of principles or beliefs.
“the gospel of market economics”
Similar: doctrine, dogma, teaching, principle, ethic, creed, credo, theory, thesis, ideology, idea, ideal, position, belief, tenet, canon, conviction, persuasion
If even the world knows that the Gospel is the truth, and that the opposite is a lie, how come that many of them still don’t believe?
This could be an eye opener