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: ''This article is about the texts of the Gospels.  For information about the message of the good news itself, see [[Gospel]].''
 
: ''This article is about the texts of the Gospels.  For information about the message of the good news itself, see [[Gospel]].''
  
 
'''Gospels''' are a genre of ancient literature concerning the life of Jesus.  The word derives from the Old English word for "[[gospel|good news]]," a translation of the Greek word ε
 
'''Gospels''' are a genre of ancient literature concerning the life of Jesus.  The word derives from the Old English word for "[[gospel|good news]]," a translation of the Greek word ε

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This article is about the texts of the Gospels. For information about the message of the good news itself, see Gospel.

Gospels are a genre of ancient literature concerning the life of Jesus. The word derives from the Old English word for "good news," a translation of the Greek word ε

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