Christians refer to something called the Gospel. From a biblical perspective, Gospel means "Good News", but what exactly is that good news? Explore the following articles and videos on the Gospel.
What do religion and the gospel have in common? Absolutely nothing.
Maybe you know Matthew, Mark, Luke, and John, but what about the Gospel of Thomas?
Are those who never hear the message of Jesus doomed to eternity in hell?
Christians often speak of the “Good News”—the gospel. What is this good news?
Why mark Jesus’ birthday as December 25? How did people even get that date? Is it right?
“Gnostic” is an odd word. And aren’t there only four gospels? What are the Gnostic Gospels?
The Bible is a very old and unusual book. Where did it come from? Discover answers here.
Maybe you’ve heard prayer is important. But how do you start?
The Bible can be confusing. Is it more than one book?
Could it be that Jesus never existed? Has everyone who believes in him been deceived?
Why do we celebrate Christmas like we do? Where did we get these holiday traditions?
Jesus hated religion, right? So why is Christianity around? Don’t they read the Bible?