Judas, The Gospel According To Judas
(Iscariot, Benjamin by Francis J. Moloney)
JUDAS, THE GOSPEL ACCORDING TO JUDAS
Identifying Judas Iscariot?son Benjamin, as the author of the Book of Judas, writers Jeffre and Professor Francis J. Moloney recount the life and probable beliefs by Judas and his actions that lend credence to the belief. Also, the un-truths that were told in Jerusaleum and by other Biblical writers, are indicated.
Most of the story includes verses in Matthew which seems to have been written at same using the same resources available years after Jesus returned to his Father in Heaven.
The gospel is written as if by the son of Judas Iscariot, Benjamin, after he visited his aged father who lived with the Essenes in their caves where numerous ancient Bible scrolls havee been found and are still being translated.
Benjamin?s story of his father, chapters and verses with red words spoken, to show the un-truths in other New Testament Gospels, told by word of mouth through many years. Judas has been called a thief, infamous traitor, untrustworthy, and more.
Judas was from the tribe of Judah and brought his son, Benjamin, up to be fluent in the Torah and carefully follow the Jewish Law. Deep in his heart, writes Benjamin, his father was Jewish and as other Jews, he looked forward to the coming of the Messiah.
Before he was called to be a disciple by Jesus, Judas was a disciple of John the Baptist who said that ?one will come after me who is greater than me?? and baptized Jesus. Judas often asked if Jesus was the ?one? but no clear answer was given of who would come ?after? him.
Jesus never answered questions from his disciples or others when asked directly if He was the Messiah. In fact, he told the disciples to ignore their questions and even deny what they might say. (John 1:35-51)
After the tragedy of Jesus? crucifixion, a saddened Judas left the city of Jerusalem and joined with the Essenes in their caves to worship and take care of ancient texts. Unlike the two ways he supposedly died, per other Gospel writers: by hanging himself after throwing away 30 pieces of silver AND fell from a cliff and his bowels spilled out.
By the end of his life, Judas, wrote his son, came to believe that Jesus of Nazareth was a prophet and true son of Israel, but not the long-awaited Messiah.
When the Roman armies attacked the Essenes, Judas was captured along with other and sentenced to death without trial. He gave thanks to God, YHWH, giving thanks when he learned that he would suffer the same fate as Jesus did---be crucified by the Romans.