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Book Review: The Gospel of Judas
By Shaun Corley | Published 04-28-06

The Gospel of Judas has a strong positive focus on Judas Iscariot. Judas betrayed Jesus Christ to the Roman authorities, by whom he was crucified. The Gospel of Judas portrays this act positively, as one performed in obedience to the instructions of Jesus, rather than as a betrayal.
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