by National Geographic Society, Rodolphe Kasser, Marvin Meyer, Gregor Wurst and Bart D. Ehrman
Hardcover, 185 pages, Random House Inc, List Price: $22 |
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Provides the complete text of the long-lost Gospel of Judas, found nearly thirty years ago in Egypt, along with interpretive commentary and annotations, in a study of the disciple, his writings, and their significance. 150,000 first printing.
April 6, 2006 Researchers say they have discovered the only known copy of the Gospel of Judas, which portrays Judas Iscariot not as a traitor, but as an essential player in helping Jesus carry out his mission. Alex Chadwick talks to Herb Krosney, author of The Lost Gospel.
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