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The Gospel of Judas - A Revolutionary Text?

Sponsored by Continuing Studies

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Tuesday, May 9, 2006
7:30 pm –
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Levinthal Hall Stanford Humanities Center 424 Santa Teresa Street

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The Gospel of Judas — A Revolutionary Text?

Does the newly discovered Gospel of Judas overturn Christian theology, reveal “what really happened”

with Jesus and his followers or change our understanding of early Christianity? Is it an authoritative source or an ancient fiction?

Join two scholars of the New Testament and Early Christianity in discussing the actual text and what we can learn about early Christian beliefs and practices from this newly available source.

Robert C. Gregg

Teresa Moore Professor of Religious Studies, Emeritus

Robert M. Royalty, Jr.

Associate Professor of Religion, Wabash College: Fellow, Stanford Humanities Center

The presentation and discussion will be based on The Gospel of Judas, published by National Geographic and now available in bookstores. Please bring your copy to the discussion.

Levinthal Hall

Stanford Humanities Center

424 Santa Teresa Street

Stanford University

7:30pm

Free and open to the public.

Admission Info

Open to public