Re: Gospel of Judas on nationalgeographic.com
- Both Epiphanius and Irenaeus refer to a ps.Gospel of Judas as used
by Cainites. Is it certain that these two descriptions refer to a
single document? (i.e. That there is not more than one?)
--- In email@example.com, Bart Ehrman <behrman@...>
> The Gospel of Judas *itself* is no hoax. It is a manuscript
> around 300, a Coptic translation of an original that predatesIrenaeus.
> ANd very interesting. The best resources are the books just nowpublished
> by National Getographic.link.
> -- Bart Ehrman
> University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
> On Sun, 9 Apr 2006, Ben Davidson wrote:
> > OMG! I just looked more closely at their 'translations'.
> > First let me apologise to any who wasted their time on that
> > I am a sucker for images, and I didn't even give xlations aglance at first.
> > Actually, now that i think of it, why haven't there been moresuch hoaxes?
> > I am not encouraging anyone. The only one I can think of isMorton Smith
> > and the Secret Gospel of Mark...but like all good hoaxes Isuppose the jury is
> > still out on that one. I guess I should have seen a 'Judas'thing coming,
> > but how many have there actually been? almost none?is a hoax. You can read their "translations" (no originals) and
> > regrets and apologies,
> > Eeyore...
> > Peter Kirby <peterkirby@...> wrote:
> > I think this geocities site (though now at gospelofstjudas.com)
decide for yourself:
> >up a website claiming a discovery. They also declare that they
> > http://www.gospelofstjudas.com/router_page.html
> > Anyone can collect a few archaeological and mss. photos and put
take "no responsibility, ever." Heh.
> > regards,
> > Peter Kirby
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