Thursday, April 27, 2006

Gospel of Judas

"Betrayal" and Forgiveness.
The Gospel of Judas debunks a myth of betrayal of Jesus and the belief in condemnation of Judas that have been cherished throughout the centuries. However, we do not really need the new gospel to fulfill Jesus' commandment: Love your enemies, bless them that curse you, do good to them that hate you and pray for them which despitefully use you, and persecute you. (Matthew 5,44) We do not need the Gospel of Judas in order to understand that Jesus could not have been betrayed. He simply did not believe in betrayal and therefore He could not have condemned Judas, for it would contradict His teaching of love and forgiveness: Judas was my brother and a Son of God, as much a part of the Sonship as myself. Was it likely that I would condemn him when I was ready to demonstrate that condemnation is impossible? (A Course In Miracles, Text, Chapter 6)

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