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Table Of Contents

A. The Story
C.1.Solution to the Problem
D.How to Solve It
(D) The Resurrection Appearance By the Sea of Tiberias(21)
(E) Catalogues of Twelve Disciples in Ancient Sources
(F) The Other Disciple
(H) Summary of Chapter II
Fourth Gospel References to Judas Iscariot
(A)Betrayal Forecast 6:70-71
(B)Anointing by Mary 12:1-83
(D)In the High Priestly Prayer Jesus refers to Judas 17:12
(F)Summary
New Testament References to Judas
(B)Consideration of Incidents
Internal Evidence of Authorship
Summary
External Evidence of Authorship
I The Documents
II Analysis of the External Evidence
III Comment on the above documentation
IV Examination of External Evidence
VI Conclusion: External Evidence
Brief Academic History and Background
Three major studies having a major influence on Judas, Beloved Disciple
Summation
Bibliography
Charts and Illustrations
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Judas Beloved Disciple

Judas Beloved Disciple

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“Bill Brison’s book on Judas brings to bear on this deepest enigma of the New Testament story both a sharp academic skill and a bold imagination. He makes us read the texts in a fresh and very challenging way – not simply induging in easy iconoclasm but obliging us to ask questions we never thought of so as to come closer to the historic heart of the faith. It deserves to be widely read and pondered, and I hope it will have the attentive readership it merits”.
Rowan Williams while Archbishop of Canterbury

“While not necessarily agreeing with the conclusions of your study, they deserve publication and should stimulate the thinking of any who are interested in the authorship the Gospel of St. John”.
Stuart Blanch while Archbishop of York

“I am deeply touched by your beautiful thought about Our Lord’s forgiveness of Judas and about the community’s forgiveness of him”
Rev. Canon Charles Moule, Lady Margaret Professor of Divinity at Cambridge University

“You will run into great opposition from the left, especially the liberal flank of New Testament scholars. The conservatives will welcome your careful handling of the text”
The Rev. Dr. Brevard Childs, Professor of Old Testament at Yale University

“I am surprised at the venom with which publishers responded to the manuscript. Judas seems to strike a raw nerve in the corporate consciousness”
Dr. Matthew Melko, Professor of Peace Studies “Brilliant” Editor, Religious Studies
“Bill Brison’s book on Judas brings to bear on this deepest enigma of the New Testament story both a sharp academic skill and a bold imagination. He makes us read the texts in a fresh and very challenging way – not simply induging in easy iconoclasm but obliging us to ask questions we never thought of so as to come closer to the historic heart of the faith. It deserves to be widely read and pondered, and I hope it will have the attentive readership it merits”.
Rowan Williams while Archbishop of Canterbury

“While not necessarily agreeing with the conclusions of your study, they deserve publication and should stimulate the thinking of any who are interested in the authorship the Gospel of St. John”.
Stuart Blanch while Archbishop of York

“I am deeply touched by your beautiful thought about Our Lord’s forgiveness of Judas and about the community’s forgiveness of him”
Rev. Canon Charles Moule, Lady Margaret Professor of Divinity at Cambridge University

“You will run into great opposition from the left, especially the liberal flank of New Testament scholars. The conservatives will welcome your careful handling of the text”
The Rev. Dr. Brevard Childs, Professor of Old Testament at Yale University

“I am surprised at the venom with which publishers responded to the manuscript. Judas seems to strike a raw nerve in the corporate consciousness”
Dr. Matthew Melko, Professor of Peace Studies “Brilliant” Editor, Religious Studies

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