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100 1  Ehrman, Bart D. 
245 14 The lost Gospel of Judas Iscariot:|ba new look at betrayer
       and betrayed|h[Hoopla electronic resource] /|cBart D. 
250    Unabridged. 
260    [United States] :|bHighBridge, a division of Recorded 
       Books :|bMade available through hoopla,|c2006. 
300    1 online resource (1 audio file (8hr., 45 min.)) :
506    Digital content provided by hoopla. 
511 1  Read by Dennis Boutsikaris. 
520    The discovering of the Gospel of Judas Iscariot was major 
       news, but what was its practical effect? How does it 
       change our understanding of Judas? Does its content 
       confirm or contradict other Christian texts? Does it 
       change what we know about Jesus and about the beginnings 
       of Christianity? The leading authority on this gospel, 
       early church historian Bart Ehrman, offers the first 
       complete account of the discovery it and illuminates the 
       significance of this remarkable ancient text. Ehrman 
       describes how he first saw the Gospel of Judassurprisingly,
       in a small room above a pizza parlor in a Swiss town near 
       Lake Genevaand he recounts the fascinating story of where 
       and how this ancient papyrus document was discovered, how 
       it moved around among antiquities dealers in Egypt, the 
       United States, and Switzerland, and how it came to be 
       restored and translated. More important, Ehrman gives the 
       reader a complete and clear account of what the book 
       teaches and he shows how it relates to other Gospel 
       textsboth those inside the New Testament and those outside
       of it, most notably, the Gnostic texts of early 
       Christianity. Finally, he describes what we now can say 
       about the historical Judas himself as well as his 
       relationship with Jesus, suggesting that one needs to read
       between the lines of the early Gospels to see exactly what
       Judas did and why he did it. The Gospel of Judas presents 
       an entirely new view of Jesus, his disciples, and the man 
       who allegedly betrayed him. It raises many questions and 
       Bart Ehrman provides illuminating and authoritative 
       answers, in a book that will interest anyone curious about
       the New Testament, the life of Jesus, and the history of 
       Christianity after his death. 
538    Mode of access: World Wide Web. 
630 00 Gospel of Judas|xCriticism, interpretation, etc. 
700 1  Boutsikaris, Dennis. 
700 1  Grenville, Lew. 
710 2  hoopla digital. 
856 40 |u|zInstantly 
       available on hoopla.