Condemned as heresy and hidden in a cave for centuries, the Gospel of Judas shocked the modern Christian community with its portrayal of Judas as a hero instead of a villain. Accompanied by commentary explaining its history, this lucid translation from the Coptic raises thought-provoking questions about how the early church saw Jesus and his message. 192 pages, hardcover from HarperCollins.
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Date:December 21, 2007
I enjoyed reading the Gospels of Judas because it answered some questions that me and my sister had concerns about. It is hard for me to read a book in it's enitety, but this kept be interested. Marvin Meyer did a good job explaining what could have happened to Judas.