N. R. Russell's GOSPEL combines the four New Testament Gospels into a single easy-to-read narrative of the life, death, and resurrection of Jesus Christ.
Why read GOSPEL? Why not just read the Bible?
Unlike the Bible, GOSPEL is written entirely in chronological order. There's no skipping back and forth from book to book, trying to piece together a coherent story.
Neither does one have to read several different versions of the same thing to get the complete story. And there are no verse numbers or intrusive chapter divisions to encumber reading.
Who should read GOSPEL?
Anyone who enjoys a great story.
GOSPEL is a fast-paced story of love, mystery, suspense, betrayal, bodies coming out of tombs, pigs possessed by demons--everything the modern reader craves and much, much more. Who else should read GOSPEL?
Anyone who would like to read the true story of Jesus free of anybody else's interpretation of what it means
Is there anybody else who should read GOSPEL?
Women should read GOSPEL.
Women are central to the story of GOSPEL--from the Virgin Mary, to Martha and her sister Mary (whom Jesus loved), to Mary Magdalene, from whom Jesus exorcised multiple demons. Were you aware that Jesus had sisters or that many wealthy women were His benefactors? Read GOSPEL and find out about all the women in Jesus' life.
Young readers (twelve and older) also will enjoy reading GOSPEL. Not a single word is unsuitable for kids.
Who else should read GOSPEL?
You know the answer