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Question 1: Some, such as the ________, lack the narrative framework typical of a gospel.
GnosticismSimon MagusDevelopment of the New Testament canonGospel of Thomas

Question 2: Of the many gospels written in antiquity, only four gospels came to be accepted as part of the ________, or canonical.
JesusApostle (Christian)BibleNew Testament

Question 3: The term "Gospel" refers also to the message itself of the four Gospels or of the whole ________.
JesusBiblical canonBibleNew Testament

Question 4: There was also another order, the "western order of the Gospels", so called because it is typical for the manuscripts which are usually a representative of the ________.
Codex SinaiticusAlexandrian text-typeByzantine text-typeWestern text-type

Question 5: [4] Scholars maintain that the gospels and all the books of the New Testament were written in Greek, which is known as ________.
Alexander the GreatSeptuagintAlexandriaGreek Primacy

Question 6: [9] This canon, which corresponds to the modern Catholic canon, was used in the Vulgate, an early 5th century translation of the Bible made by ________[10] under the commission of Pope Damasus I in 382.
JeromeEucharistic theologies contrastedJustin MartyrIrenaeus

Question 7: The synoptic gospels are the source of many popular stories, parables, and sermons, such as Jesus' humble birth in Bethlehem, the Sermon on the Mount, the ________, the Last Supper, and the Great Commission.
BeatitudesOld TestamentApostle (Christian)New Testament

Question 8: This is the original ________ usage (for example Mark 1:14-15 or 1 Corinthians 15:1-9; see also Strong's G2098).
New TestamentGospelBiblical canonJesus

Question 9: A gospel (from Old English, gōd spell "good news") is a writing that describes the life of ________.
Apostle (Christian)New TestamentJesusNew Testament view on Jesus' life

Question 10: An insistence upon there being a canon of four gospels, and no others, was a central theme of ________, c.
JeromeHistory of the Catholic ChurchJustin MartyrIrenaeus

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