Thursday, October 25, 2007

U.S. News and World Report

U.S. News and World Report has published a piece on the Gospel of Judas, featuring my work. Here is the link. Thanks to Dateline Rice for bringing this to my attention.

2 comments:

David said...

Such a quick response to your plea for a review of the situation. Way to go!

Geoff Hudson said...

But why does this bad/good boy Judas appear so hauntingly in the traditions? Someone with this name must have done something that wasn't too popular in certain quarters that were the source of distorted memories - the betrayal of 'Jesus'. And in other less powerful quarters, Judas, the so-called Galilean, would have been regarded as a hero. In fact, Josephus could be said to have had Judas mania, but his later editor Judas paranoia.