A gospel it is, in all literalness; an evangel; a message of glad tidings.
He was the prophet of a new order, the evangel of a new faith.
The untroubled peace of the divine eyes, the comfort of sorrowing souls, seemed an interpretation of the evangel.
From our side there is no greater glory than to be an evangel of the New Faith.
Such was the great reform by which the Post-Office became an evangel of civilization; but all this may be ours.
But, also, Huneker was an evangel who belongs to the Seven Arts.
Paris took the lead in opposition to the new evangel by its Academic decrees of 1521.
It was presumably in these circumstances that the evangel of Mary was advanced.
For if we interpret these Greek words, evangel is "good news," and angel is "messenger."
The minister uttered his evangel of mercy in those two eternal words.