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James Martin

No revelations in Gospel of Judas

By James Martin
April 11, 2006

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LAST WEEK'S bombshell release of the Gospel of Judas had many Christians wondering whether the familiar story of Good Friday needed some updating. The fragmentary text, probably from the second or third century, depicts Jesus asking Judas to betray him. In doing so, Jesus says that Judas, a close friend, will ''exceed" the other Apostles. (Full article: 764 words)

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