[gos-puh-ler] /ˈgɒs pə lər/
a person who reads or sings the Gospel.
a person who reads or chants the Gospel in a religious service
a person who professes to preach a gospel held exclusively by him and others of a like mind
“evangelist,” Old English godspellere; agent noun from gospel.
noun 1. a now popularized form of impassioned rhythmic spiritual music rooted in the solo and responsive church singing of rural blacks in the American South, central to the development of rhythm and blues and of soul music. Intense, joyful music that is associated with evangelists (see evangelical) in the South, especially among African-Americans. Gospel […]
- Gospel oath
noun 1. an oath sworn on the Gospels
- Gospel of john
The genuineness of this Gospel, i.e., the fact that the apostle John was its author, is beyond all reasonable doubt. In recent times, from about 1820, many attempts have been made to impugn its genuineness, but without success. The design of John in writing this Gospel is stated by himself (John 20:31). It was at […]
noun A preacher; minister