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BETRAYING JESUS
CODEX CONTAINING
JUDAS PRIEST
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MONEY
BOOKS
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JONATHAN
BOOK
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SILVER
MOMENT
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JERUSALEM
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SUPERSTAR
JESUS CHRIST
DISCIPLES
JUDAS ISCARIOT
ROBINSON
BAND
PRIESTS
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ORATORIO
KISS
KISSING
JOHN
THOMAS
AFTERLIFE
COPTIC
TEXT
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SECOND CENTURY
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GALILEE
TIME
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APOSTLE
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Definitions

  1. Judas was an informed accomplice in Jesus's planned destiny.
  2. Judas is mentioned in the synoptic gospels, the Gospel of John and at the beginning of Acts of the Apostles.
  3. Judas is first placed into the Christian story by Gospel of Mark (3:19), who wrote in the early years of the eighth decade of the Common Era".
  4. A Time for Judas is a novel by Canadian author Morley Callaghan, published by Macmillan of Canada in 1983. (Web site)

Betraying Jesus

  1. If Jesus foresees Judas' betrayal, then it may be argued that Judas has no free will, and cannot avoid betraying Jesus.

Codex Containing

  1. One codex containing the ps.Gospel of Judas was then placed in the hands of her lawyer, Mario Roberty, and his Maecenas Foundation.

Judas Priest

  1. I believe the term could have been applied to a number of bands around at that time including Deep Purple and Judas Priest.

Story

  1. At nearly a thousand pages, Pandora's Star would be substantial enough, but actually, it is only half of a story that concludes with Judas Unchained.

Money

  1. After this, Judas went to the chief priests and offered to betray Jesus for money.

Books

  1. The twin One of the books that became illegal and was long lost was the gospel of Didymos Judas Thomas, one of the apostles and the one who was sent east. (Web site)

Suicide

  1. The place of Judas Iscariot 's suicide is clearly named Field of Blood in Greek.

Jonathan

  1. Josephus first mentions them in connection with Jonathan, the successor of Judas Maccabeus ("Ant." xiii.

Book

  1. I'd go back and read chapter 19 again but I left that book with a friend of mine who is now reading it while I read Judas Unchained.

Bible

  1. Later the guilt-ridden Judas returns the bribe and commits suicide, according to the Bible.
  2. The Residents ' song "Judas Saves" from the album Wormwood: Curious Stories from the Bible has the same thesis, probably lifted from Graves's novel.

Silver

  1. The scriptures describe the suicide of Judas, who sold Jesus for 30 pieces of silver.

Moment

  1. Forty-three years later, American singer Chris Cornell is pondering the "Judas" moment. (Web site)
  2. I'm giving it a second read at the moment, preparing myself for Judas Unchained.

Group

  1. He explained some peculiarities about the group that gave us the Gospel of Judas.

Novel

  1. Q: I'm intrigued by the title of your new novel, Judas Unchained.

Anonymous

  1. The author of the 26-page Gospel of Judas remains anonymous.

Bill Clinton

  1. Bill Richardson, who was given two cabinet posts by Bill Clinton, was denounced as a Judas for backing Obama. (Web site)

Authenticated

  1. After being lost for nearly 1,700 years, the Gospel of Judas was recently restored, authenticated, and translated.

Texts

  1. The attached list of books includes the texts of the Nag Hammadi library, the Dead Sea Scrolls, and the Gospel of Judas. (Web site)

Testament

  1. The "Gospel of Judas" tells a far different tale from the four gospels in the New Testament. (Web site)

Jerusalem

  1. Judas converted and became bishop of Jerusalem under the name Cyriacus, and was later to find the Holy Nails as well.
  2. Judas Maccabeus, son of Mattityahu, liberated Jerusalem and cleansed the Temple. (Web site)

Role

  1. At the start of 1992, Jon Stevens, joined the Australian cast of the revived stage musical "Jesus Christ Superstar" in the role of Judas.
  2. Judas has become the archetype of the betrayer in Western culture, with some role in virtually all literature telling the Passion story.
  3. The play also starred Carl Anderson, who revived his role of "Judas Iscariot" from the 1971 movie.

Title Character

  1. In 1929 he co-wrote and starred as the title character in a short-running Broadway play called "Judas".

Middle Name

  1. In the British television show Red Dwarf, Arnold Rimmer 's middle name is Judas, but he tells everyone it is Jonathan to avoid mockery.

Superstar

  1. Anderson was a jazz musician and actor, nominated for a Golden Globe for his perfomrance as Judas Iscariot in Broadway's Jesus Christ, Superstar. (Web site)

Jesus Christ

  1. The other two are Brutus, his fellow conspirator, and Judas Iscariot, the Biblical betrayer of Jesus Christ. (Web site)

Disciples

  1. Before the Holy Spirit descended on the disciples, He chose Saint Matthias to replace Judas as the twelfth apostle. (Web site)

Judas Iscariot

  1. This view of Judas Iscariot is curiously reflected in the recently discovered and translated third or fourth-century text, the Gospel of Judas.
  2. On Passover he entered Jerusalem on a donkey, where he shared the Last Supper with his disciples and was betrayed to the Roman authorities by Judas Iscariot. (Web site)
  3. Judas Iscariot is mentioned only a few times in the canonical gospels.

Robinson

  1. The Times doesn't mention that Robinson believes the Gospel of Judas tells us nothing about the historical Jesus or Judas.

Band

  1. The one where someone called him Judas and his band played beyond belief anyway. (Web site)

Priests

  1. There into the garden one of his disciples, Judas Iscariot, led the priests and the temple soldiers, who seized Jesus. (Web site)
  2. After Jesus' arrest by the Roman authorities (but before his execution), the guilt-ridden Judas returned the bribe to the priests and committed suicide.

Christ

  1. The description ager sanguinis is possibly a Biblical reference to the field purchased by Judas with the money he had been given to betray Christ. (Web site)

Oratorio

  1. Edward Elgar 's oratorio, The Apostles, depicts Judas as wanting to force Jesus to declare his divinity and establish the kingdom on earth.

Kiss

  1. Judas identifies Jesus to the soldiers with a kiss. (Web site)
  2. The band, along with Queen, Kiss, and Judas Priest, were the inaugural inductees of " VH1 Rock Honors " on May 31, 2006. (Web site)

Kissing

  1. Judas and a group of men armed with swords and clubs then appeared, and Judas helped to identify Jesus by kissing him, a pre-arranged signal. (Web site)

John

  1. According to the Gospel of John, Judas protested at this apparent extravagance, suggesting that the money spent on it should have been given to the poor.
  2. He quoted me, and you thought that Dr. Jack Hyles was the second coming of John The Baptist, now you think he is the second coming of Judas Iscariot. (Web site)

Thomas

  1. The alternative writings about Jesus bear the names of such prominent early Christians as Peter, Thomas, Mary Magdalene, Judas, James, and Andrew. (Web site)
  2. Gospel of Thomas - collection of Jesus' sayings allegedly recorded by Didymos Judas Thomas; written by an unknown author c.

Afterlife

  1. She described Snape and Draco Malfoy as two aspects of Judas, and the horcruxes and the hallows as two facets of the afterlife. (Web site)
  2. The other two are Cassius and Judas Iscariot (Canto XXXIV). Dante condemned these three in the afterlife for being Treacherous Against Their Masters. (Web site)

Coptic

  1. The 26-page Judas text is said to be a copy in Coptic, made around A. D. 300, of the original Gospel of Judas, written in Greek the century before. (Web site)

Text

  1. The conclusion of the text refers (in Coptic) to the text as "the Gospel of Judas" (Euangelion Ioudas).

Codex

  1. It is believed that a now dead Egyptian antiquities prospector discovered the codex, or ancient book, containing the Gospel of Judas near El Minya, Egypt.
  2. Besides the Gospel of Judas, the codex includes three other texts.

Second Century

  1. Translated and published for the first time last April, the Gospel of Judas is an authentic early Christian text from the second century.
  2. The document itself does not claim to have been authored by Judas (it is, rather, a Gospel about Judas), and dates no earlier than the second century. (Web site)

Years

  1. Emmel got a glimpse of the text but didn't know it was the Gospel of Judas till years later. (Web site)
  2. The often-imitated band existed for over 20 years, pumping out wild rock similar to Judas Priest. (Web site)

Galilee

  1. Josephus describes several messianic movements in this period; he mentions names such as Judas of Galilee, Simon bar Goriah, Theudas, and the Egyptian.

Time

  1. A Time for Judas is a novel by Canadian author Morley Callaghan, published in 1983.
  2. The answer seems obvious: at the time of the promises, Judas, Thomas B. Marsh and George Miller were faithful to the Lord. (Web site)
  3. The difficulty is that the rising of Theudas is here given as before that of Judas of Galilee, which is itself dated to the time of the taxation (c.

Betrayal

  1. Jesus did not foresee the betrayal by Judas.
  2. I guess James Carville referred to a lot more than just the betrayal of the Clintons when he dismissed Bill Richardson as a “Judas”.

Apostle

  1. St. Peter asked the 120 people gathered in prayer to choose an apostle to replace Judas. (Web site)

Categories

  1. Culture > Languages > Language > Gospel
  2. Thought > Belief > God > Jesus
  3. Apostles
  4. Encyclopedia of Keywords > Nature > Life > Betrayal
  5. Belief > God > Jesus > Galilee

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