I'm currently reading the information on the National Geographic website and the codex on the Gospel of Judas. It's certainly fascinating, and I haven't seen this much positioning since the movie, "The Passion of the Christ" came out a couple years ago. People already have their minds made up before they read or hear anything. I'm amazed.
Well, I'm a reader and so I want to know what all the hubub is about. In a couple days I'll have most of my thoughts worked out, but for now, let's all be humble, let's be glad about new information, albeit from a gnostic source in the 3rd of 4th century, but still ancient information. And let's see what the relevance is for us, in due course.
I'm reading more on the New York Times website also and should have my 'head wrapped around this' in a couple days.
At least I hope so. And at least the world is stopping for a moment and considering the issues of the First Century, the issues surrounding the Jewish sect of followers of Jesus, who claimed to be the Messiah and the Saviour of the world. And what role did Judas (the Grecified version of "Judah") have in this salvation?
That remains to broadcast. But for now, we will broadcast what we know to be the Truth: Jesus is the Messiah and Lord of all.