Gospels [noun]

Definition of Gospels:

fact, doctrine

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Sentence/Example of Gospels:

You should also tell your clients that the metrics reported in these tools are not to be taken for gospel.

I also wanted to be able to demonstrate that the data from SEO tools shouldn’t be taken for gospel, but rather, they should be used for broad trend identification and quick-and-dirty competitor analysis.

Because Gitlab makes money by selling software that helps programmers do their jobs without a physical office, it also benefits from spreading its own, WFH brand of gospel.

Arthur Daniels, an 86-year-old deacon who liked to sing gospel songs, was living in an outdated nursing home when the pandemic arrived.

Carlson says early on, whenever Lee or Michael Dearing, one of her professors at Stanford, would give her a piece of advice, she felt like it was the gospel.

The spread of the holy gospel and uninterrupted preaching went on until the return of the ambassador.

The extent to which the man was lowered and lost in the risen Lord is especially revealed in the fourth Gospel.

I gib ten dollars toward de stated preaching ob de Gospel de fus' year, and de peepil all call me Brudder Dickson.

These are points that will help us signally in any attempt to understand such a story as the Gospel story of the Resurrection.

That the whole people will, in gospel times, be united in such a relation the voice of prophecy would seem to indicate.