Friday, April 07, 2006

Gospel of Judas

The entire text (Coptic and English) of the Gospel of Judas is available with discussion here. On Sunday night at 8pm eastern time there's a program on the Gospel if you haven't caught articles in the New York Times and elsewhere.

A first reading indicates that this is a straightforward Coptic Gnostic gospel in which Judas is the recipient of special teaching just as Thomas is in the Gospel of Thomas and Mariham in the Gospel of Mariamme.

1 comment:

Rev Dr Mom said...

Thanks for the link. Just for fun I downloaded the Coptic--but of course I can't read it! Has your Coptic class learned enough to work on this? What fun that would be!

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