Tuesday, April 11, 2006 | By: Dusty Taylor

The lost gospel of Judas

Some folks have probably heard about this newly released set of archives which purport to change the way Judas should be viewed in history. In these documents it is written that Jesus asked Judas to betray him, which radically departs from the accepted Christian belief that Judas was..well..a Judas, a prick that exposed Jesus for his own gain.

The National Geographic online site has an exhibit of these documents which is quite interesting and detailed. The link is here.

2 people gave us their .02 cents:

Tommy Gunn said...

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Anonymous said...

Whoa, this such a cool plate. I just hope it doesn't choke Exploder like every other cool thing on the Net does.

I'd be careful before reading too much into the Judas thing. Zondervan's archive contains some of the oldest surviving items written by humans, and they have almost complete access to the Israeli and Vatican archives, and have never even hinted to this.

It should seem suspect to the scientist, which I happen to have just received a very flattering commendation for being, that something like the Da Vinci Code and this "revelation" (which is pretty standard Masonic-Knights Templar rhetoric) come out around the same time.

So, in the end, yes, the Col. Dr. remains a rock star, military genius, genius of miscellaneous departments, and scientific genius.