The Gospel of Judas: The Sarcastic Gospel Mark M. Mattison Author
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Forged in the flames of controversy and rejected by the very church authorities it criticized, the Gospel of Judas was once believed to be irretrievably lost to history. Its rediscovery in Egypt in the 1970s and initial publication in 2006 ignited an intense debate about Christian origins and meaning.How could a Gospel about Jesus have been written in the name of his greatest nemesis? What does it really say about Judas, about Jesus, about the church - and what does it mean for us today?Inside the pages of this enigmatic Gospel we can explore unfamiliar terrain, the outer limits of early Christian experience - and may just discover something about ourselves in the process.Note: This fresh new translation of Judas' Gospel includes the more recently recovered fragments published in 2010.


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