The Gospel Of Judas, Tell Judas

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A Gospel is a religious document that describes Jesus’ life from when he was born, until death and the resurrection of Jesus Christ. Jesus, himself, had 12 disciples, whom advised him and later grew to the name, ‘The 12 Apostles’. Those of whom Jesus’ call his Apostles (Students) were: Simon (Named Peter), Andrew (‘Peters’ brother), James (Son of Zamebee), John (James’ brother), Phillip, Bartholomew, Thomas, Matthew (The Tax Collector), James (Son of Alphaeus), Thaddaeus, Simon (The Cananean) and lastly, Judas Iscariot. Of these Twelve Apostles, one presumably betrayed of lord. His name, Judas Iscariot. The Gospel of Judas, tell Judas’ accounts of what is going on through his point of view. It has been lost through time. But has been found. 1,600 years later in the caverns of Egypt. Gnostic Church’s are the religious Throughout all the other gospels, they claim that Judas Iscariot betrayed Jesus Christ to the Romans for a mass sum, of 30 pieces of silver. Now that may not sound like too much now, but back then in 33AD, it was a large amount. Judas was a politician. Who played both Jews and romans to use Jesus as leader of the revolution against the roman empire, in which was doubled politic by Jews and the Rabbi and they get rid of both Jesus and Judas in one place. Once they were united, Judas laid a kiss upon Jesus’, cheek, telling the Romans; whom were watching, that this is Jesus Christ. The Romans didn’t believe Jesus to be the man whom he’d heard stories about.
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