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  • He preached his gospel: love of outdoors, Playing the Game, loyalty to friends.
  • The only answer to his gospel of beef which she could find, when she was home, was a wail of "But just the same——"

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  • …the capitalistic system of distribution and the Baptist wedding-ceremony were not known in the Garden of Eden; that mushrooms are as edible as corn-beef hash; that the word "dude" is no longer frequently used; that there are Ministers of the Gospel who accept evolution; that some persons of apparent intelligence and business ability do not always vote the Republican ticket straight; that it is not a universal custom to wear scratchy flannels next the skin in winter; that a violin is…
  • …he’d been getting a lot of inside stuff on the war—right straight from headquarters—he was in touch with some men—couldn’t name them but they were darn high up in both the War and State Departments—and he would say—only for Pete’s sake they mustn’t breathe one word of this; it was strictly on the Q.T. and not generally known outside of Washington—but just between ourselves—and they could take this for gospel—Spain had finally decided to join the Entente allies in the Grand Scrap.
  • He’s a dear soul, bless him, but he belongs in the National Museum, along with General Grant’s sword, and I’m——Oh, I suppose I’m seeking for a gospel that will evangelize Gopher Prairie."

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as in: a gospel song Define
the religious teachings of Jesus or: one of the four books in the New Testament (Matthew, Mark, Luke, and John) that Christian's believe tell the story of Jesus Christ's life and teachings or: a type of vocal music that originated in African-American churches in the United States
as in: they consider it gospel Define
a set of beliefs firmly held by a group or: an unquestionable truth
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