Judas and Jesus

Judas and Jesus

A radical reinterpretation of the relationship of Judas and Jesus

• Reexamines the role and the purpose the key figure of Judas played in the crucifixion story

• Reveals how Judas was “betrayed” by Jesus, and how, taken to the limits of his humanity, he lost everything he most cherished on the path to his true self

The familiar story of Judas, betrayer of Jesus, is striking because of its incomprehensibility. Why would one of Christ’s disciples and companions… (more)

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Publisher: Inner Traditions/Bear & Company (February 07, 2007)

Collection: Inner Traditions

Parent ISBN: 9781594776571

Page count: 192 pages

File size: 419 KB

Language: English


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