Translation of gospel in Spanish:

gospel

Pronunciation: /ˈgɑːspəl; ˈgɒspəl/

n

  • 1 c
    (Gospel)
    [Bib] [Relig] 1.1 (in New Testament) evangelio (m) the four Gospels los cuatro evangelios the Gospel according to St Mark el evangelio según San Marcos
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    • View him as we see him in the gospels and in the book of Revelation.
    • But by analysing the changes made in the gospels of Matthew and Luke, we can see what Jesus did not say.
    • The New Testament begins with the four Gospels - Matthew, Mark, Luke and John.
    1.2 (reading) evangelio (m)
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    • Brother Hugh McKinney read the first scripture reading and the gospel was read by Canon Mark Diamond.
    • I describe it because it has something to do with our gospel reading from the sixth chapter of John.
    • After that sweeping overview, the gospel reading homes in on the harrowing story of the Passion.
  • 2 2.1 (Christian teaching) (no pl) Evangelio (m) to preach/spread the gospel predicar*/difundir el Evangelio (before n) [temple/minister] (in (US) ) evangelista 2.2 c (doctrine) doctrina (f), evangelio (m)
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    • Today, the enterprise of spreading the gospel of free markets is predicated on the iron fist of overwhelming American military power.
    • The Marxist Big Idea was a rigid gospel of economic rules, a one-solution-fits-all kitbag which every communist state used in very similar ways.
    • For the neoliberal gospel of free markets is something to be imposed on others.
    2.3 u gospel (truth) [colloquial/familiar] he takes everything she says as gospel (truth) para él, todo lo que dice ella es santa palabra it's gospel (truth) es la pura verdad
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    • As Paul preached the gospel of Jesus Christ, the words sank into Lydia's mind and heart.
    • Only the gospel of Jesus Christ can bring both temporal reconciliation and the hope of an eternal and heavenly inheritance to the Israeli and the Palestinian.
    • The gospel of God's love has come to us not simply as a written message or an oral announcement, but first of all as a person, a living word.

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