The reason of our existance, The Church of St Thomas.
- Judas twin brother of Jesus didn’t betrayed, but he is a God’s Heroes.
- Judas couldn’t sale Jesus for 30 pieces of money, he is the Ministry treasurer, he just had to leave with the cash.
- He never kiss anyone for indentification, all knew Jesus.
- They where a cohort plus Jewish Soldiers for the arrest. A Roman cohort is 600 men, in whish you need to arrest a bunch of Zealots.
- Jesus asked Judas to be take is place, easy as a twin, the Thomas. According to the First Revelation of James in the Nag Hammadi library, first revelation of James, Jesus appeared to James after apparently being crucified and stated that another person had been inflicted in his place. and Islamic views on Jesus’ death: God gave Jesus’ appearance to the one who revealed his location to those persecuting him. He was replaced as Jesus and the executioners thought the victim was Jesus, causing everyone to believe that Jesus was crucified. Who is the one who revealed is location? Thomas-Judas. Thomas-Judas cannot be the stool pigeon and the Jesus alike at the same time, can it be instead: ” Thomas-Judas walk to the Jewish priest, he look like Jesus and was arrested?” Quranic verse dealing with the event of the crucifixion is Surah 4 Verse 157: That they said, “We killed the Messiah Jesus the son of Mary, the Messenger of Allah’; but they killed him not, nor crucified him, but so it was made to appear to them, and those who differ therein are full of doubts, with no (certain) knowledge, but only conjecture to follow, for of a surety they killed him not.
- Lost Gospel Revealed; Says Jesus Asked Judas to Betray Him. The Gospel of Judas is a Gnostic gospel. The content consists of conversations between Jesus and Judas Iscariot. Given that it includes late 2nd century theology, it is thought to have been composed in the 2nd century by Gnostic Christians, rather than the historic Judas himself. The only copy of it known to exist is a Coptic language text that has been carbon dated to 280 AD, plus or minus 60 years. It has been suggested that the text derives from an earlier manuscript in the Greek language. An English translation was first published in early 2006 by the National Geographic Society.
- Prior to the modern discovery of the Gospel of Judas, a number of other works had independently conceived of the idea of Jesus having foreknowingly submitted himself to crucifixion. The Passover Plot (1965), a nonfiction book by the biblical scholar Hugh J. Schonfield presents the theory that Jesus had set out to ensure his execution in advance, enlisting the help of his apostles, including Judas.
- Beelzebub’s Tales to His Grandson (1950), a long work by the mystic G. I. Gurdjieff, which covers a wide range of topics, presents Judas in accordance with his depiction in the Gospel of Judas.
- “Tres versiones de Judas” (1944), a short story by Jorge Luis Borges (from the collection Ficciones) in which a fictional Swedish theologian proposes that Judas is the actual savior of mankind. The Last Temptation of Christ (1955), a novel by Nikos Kazantzakis (and 1988 film by Martin Scorsese) that depicts Judas in a similar vein to the Gospel of Judas. The plot of A Time for Judas (1983), a novel by Morley Callaghan also has a plot similar to that of the Gospel of Judas.
Abp Eric Michel