The Four Gospels
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The Four Gospels may refer to:
- Canonical gospels, the four Christian gospels included in the New Testament
- Four Gospels of Ivan Alexander, a 14th-century illuminated manuscript prepared and illustrated during the rule of Tsar Ivan Alexander
- Vani Four Gospels, a 12th to 14th-century illuminated manuscript of the gospels in the Georgian Nuskhuri script
- The Four Gospels (Gundulić), the first book printed in Belgrade, by Trojan Gundulić in 1552
- Четвероевангеліе (The Four Gospels), a manuscript of the canonical Gospels printed by Pyotr Mstislavets in 1574–1575
- The Four Gospels: A Study of Origins, a 1924 book of biblical scholarship by Burnett Hillman Streeter
- Gospel harmony, attempts to compile the canonical gospels into a single account
- Four Evangelists, the authors of the canonical gospels
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