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Gospel of Judas inspires awe, wrath

Some see a teaching moment

The National Geographic Society's public relations campaign fueled interest in the third- or fourth-century manuscript.
The National Geographic Society's public relations campaign fueled interest in the third- or fourth-century manuscript.
By Charles A. Radin
Globe Staff / April 8, 2006

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Parishioners at morning Mass at St. John Chrysostom church in West Roxbury were buzzing yesterday over news reports about the release of the Gospel of Judas, which some scholars suggest could revolutionize people's understanding of early Christianity. (Full article: 1131 words)

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