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Ient Palestine forty years after the death of Jesus Judas tells his version of event. This is a book that has been very thoughtfully written For myself this version seems far believable than the one in the bible But like I say that s just me

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My Name Was Judas

Judas’s name became synonymous with betrayer but is that how Judas saw it In this. An interesting look at Jesus life ministry as seen through the eyes of Judas his lifelong friend Judas tells their story 40 years after the death of Jesus CK Stead managed to take all the elements of the Biblical story and tell it in a non miraculous wayan earthly way The writing is very good It holds a readers interest and reads smoothly I felt sorry for Judas Wanting to believe his friend and wanting to fit in but being the sceptic he finds himself on the outside of the group His betrayal not being able to fully believe An interesting spin on the Biblical story

review My Name Was Judas

Witty and teasingly controversial novel set against a richly painted backdrop of anc. This was a surprising book for me I ve not read CK Stead and had formed a rather negative view of him looks such a grumpy chap and I didn t expect it to be so CLEVER Well I was wrong This has been a standout The writing is extraordinarily clear and the concept cleverly executed Judas didn t betray Jesus he just got bad press and Christ was well a bit of a pain and the apostles weren t the brightest crayons in the box Not recommended for fundamentalist Christians The Big Golden Book of Poetry richly painted backdrop of anc. This was a surprising book for me I ve not Wild Man Creek (Virgin River, rather negative view of him looks such a grumpy chap and I didn t expect it to be so CLEVER Well I was wrong This has been a standout The writing is extraordinarily clear and the concept cleverly executed Judas didn t betray Jesus he just got bad press and Christ was well a bit of a pain and the apostles weren t the brightest crayons in the box Not


10 thoughts on “My Name Was Judas

  1. says:

    My original review of this book was done in 2007 really a very short review see below that said very little about the book Neverthel

  2. says:

    Well It was fairly well written I suppose except for the inclusion of several comments in the modern idiom ie 'Jesus was intellectually superior but socially on the back foot' and Judas says 'the wheels were falling off our collective enterprise' there are also modern expletives that I felt sure were not used in those days

  3. says:

    An interesting look at Jesus' life ministry as seen through the eyes of Judas his lifelong friend Judas tells their story 40 years after the death of Jesus CK Stead managed to take all the elements of the Biblical story and tell it in

  4. says:

    Hard to know what to make of this story really It is all well written but so much at odds to the Christian story that it is an uncomfortable read Stead is of course just making all this up there is no evidence for

  5. says:

    hmm well i like the book in a sense that it's nicely written fairly interesting and kept you going but also i c

  6. says:

    This was a surprising book for me I've not read CK Stead and had formed a rather negative view of him looks such a grumpy chap and I didn't expect it to be so CLEVER Well I was wrong This has been a standout The writing is extraordinarily clear and the concept cleverly executed Judas didn't betray Jesus he just got bad press and Ch

  7. says:

    This is a book that has been very thoughtfully written For myself this version seems far believable than the one in the bible But like I say that's just me

  8. says:

    This book presents the story of Jesus from the point of view of a seventy year old Judas who moved to Sidon after the crucifixion and led a peaceful life under a new name In this version Judas and Jesus were childhood friends who were taught by the same scholar the difference being that the father of Judas paid tuition fees while Andreas taught Jesus for free because the boy was incredibly handsome and promising In due

  9. says:

    A fascinating character study of one of the most maligned men in history Very well written and thought provoking An interesting study

  10. says:

    Beautiful novelThoughtful profound and humane a beautiful novel about the broken telephone that marks the difference between history

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