What is the gospel? The gospel is the good news of what God has done for believing sinners in his Son. This article unpacks this definition and shows why it is important to answer the question correctly.
This article mourns the misunderstanding now prevalent in relation to the gospel of Christ. It starts with an attempt to provide a biblical understanding of the use of nouns and verbs related to the word "gospel" and proceeds to explain what is meant by that word. The definition covers the basic message of the biblical story and also details how it must be told today in order to faithfully reflect the biblical message.
This article showcases the Roman Catholic teaching regarding the essence of the gospel. It demonstrates that according to Rome, salvation is not by grace through faith alone, good works are necessary for salvation, baptism brings forgiveness of sins, Christ's sacrifice on the cross is not sufficient to send the redeemed directly to heaven, and Christ's sacrifice is repeated every time the Mass is celebrated.
What should be the starting point in the salvation of man? With whom should our gospel start? In view of the fact that God elects his people unto salvation, can the church then sit back and wait, and can the sinner can be ignorant and complacent? These are the questions that this article attempts to answer.
How would you define the gospel? As something, or someone? This article stresses the need for seeing the gospel as the crucified and risen Christ.
This article advances several threats to the gospel today, such as attempts to make the gospel social, relevant, or kinder.
Are you suffering from fatigue because of the bad things happening in this world? You should be encouraged to know that the gospel was not given to a world without sin, confusion, difficulty, and persecution. It was given to a world marked by every kind of pain and perversity. It was given for a time like this.