GOSPELANALYTIX is dedicated to examining “the good news”, or gospel, that derives from the death and resurrection of Jesus of Nazareth. The gospel is recorded in the Bible, and therefore our examination of the gospel relies heavily upon the texts of Holy Scripture.
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For a little more detail regarding the gospel, continue reading:
The gospel, a message deriving solely from the Bible, means “good news”.
Paul, author of much of the New Testament, gives us a dictionary-esque definition of “the gospel”.
In case the testimony of the Apostle Paul is not enough, there are red-letter words from Jesus Himself, which corroborate the gospel definition offered by Paul.
From these two passages we learn that the gospel message is that Jesus died for our sins. Our sins can be forgiven by God and we do not have to suffer under His eternal wrath. As a guide to gospel study, we find it helpful to visually depict the gospel definitions that Jesus and Paul gave us: