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  1. Mar 03, 2022 · Judas was a common name in that era, and there are several other Judases mentioned in the New Testament. One of the other disciples was named Judas (John 14:22), and so was one of Jesus’ own half-brothers (Mark 6:3). To differentiate, John 6:71 and John 13:26 refer to Christ’s betrayer as “Judas, son of Simon Iscariot.”

  2. Mar 04, 2019 · In Acts 1:20, Peter suggests Psalm 109:8 was about Judas, and the 11 remaining apostles appoint someone to take Judas Iscariot’s place. Judas betrayed Jesus. More than anything else he ever said or did, Judas Iscariot is defined by his betrayal of Jesus.

  3. Mar 15, 2019 · Intriguingly, Judas Iscariot is the only one of the apostles whom the Bible (potentially) identifies by his town of origin. Some scholars have linked his surname “Iscariot,” to Queriot (or ...

  4. Judas’ last name, Iscariot, probably means ‘man of Kerioth’. Kerioth was a city of Moab near Hebron. It is also possible that ‘Iscariot’ means ‘assassin’ or ‘bandit’ and might tie Judas, and his father Simon (John 6:71) to a group of Jewish patriots known as Zealots.

  5. The Gospel of Judas is a non-canonical Gnostic gospel.The content consists of conversations between Jesus and Judas Iscariot.Given that it includes late 2nd-century theology, it is widely thought to have been composed in the 2nd century (prior to 180 AD) by Gnostic Christians, rather than the historic Judas himself.

  6. Judas Iscariote (ou Iscariot, ou Iscarioth) est, selon la tradition chrétienne, l'un des douze apôtres de Jésus de Nazareth. Selon les évangiles canoniques , Judas a facilité l' arrestation de Jésus par les grands prêtres de Jérusalem , qui le menèrent ensuite devant Ponce Pilate .

  7. A number of scholars believe that the word “Iscariot” is a corruption of the Latin word “sicarius,” meaning “dagger man.” According to the scholars who hold this opinion, Judas may have been a member of the ‘Sicarii,’ a group of radical Jews, some of whom committed acts of terrorism by assassinating people in public places with long knives hidden under their cloaks.

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