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Secrets of Judas : Story of the Misunderstood Disciple and His Lost Gospel

Secrets of Judas : Story of the Misunderstood Disciple and His Lost Gospel
Catalog # SKU1189
Weight 1.50 lbs
Author Name James M. Robinson


The Secrets of Judas

The Story of the
Misunderstood Disciple
and His Lost Gospel

By James E. Robinson
(Editor of the Nag Hammadi Library)

The Gospel of Judas, a long-lost second-century fictional account that elevated Judas to hero status in the story, has been rediscovered! But it has been kept under wraps until now, to maximize its financial gain for its Swiss owners. The grand exposè is being performed by the National Geographic Society, timed for the greatest public impact, right at Easter. Those on the inside have been bought off (no doubt with considerably more than thirty pieces of silver), and sworn to silence on a stack of Bibles or on a stack of papyrus leaves.

Excerpt from Preface:

But it is amazing how much can be known about it by those of us on the outside looking in. This little book that you have to the details about how The Gospel of Judas is being published. Many of you will read my book because you have read, or heard about, or seen on television, what the National Geographic Society is doing.

But there is a distinct advantage that I have over you, which is why after all, you must read this book if you want to know what is really going on with The Gospel of Judas. For my narration is not expurgated, sanitized, cleaned up to make it an appetizing story. What has one on in this money-making adventure is not a pleasant story -- about how all this has been sprung upon us, the reading and viewing public -- and you have a right to know what has gone on.

I write as a scholar, and, as you will see as you read my narration, I have been involved to a very large extent over the past generation in this adventure. Yet you will also see me, in my capacity as scholar, expressing dismay, even disgust, over much of what has gone on. I lay it all out, with as much documentation as I can muster, for you to see for yourself.

I cannot promise you happy reading, but am sure it will be exciting reading!

190+pages - 8.25 x 5.25 inches HardCover


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