In 2006 the National Geographic Society released the first English translation of the Gospel of Judas, a second-century text discovered in Egypt in the 1970s. Its image of Judas as a friend of Jesus rather than his betrayer caused quite a sensation. Now renowned Coptic scholar DeConick provides a more accurate translation. 160 pages, hardcover. Continuum.
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