Judas Paperback

A Biography

by Susan Gubar;

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Who was Judas Iscariot and why did he betray Jesus? Despite the recent recovery of a Gnostic Gospel bearing his name, the centrality of Judas has gone largely ignored. Yet, because of gaps and incongruities in biblical accounts about him, artists throughout the ages have returned to the twelfth apostle, who inaugurates Jesus death and resurrection. In this comprehensive, probing book, Susan Gubar explains how Judas came to stand for the Jewish people and how he personifies a composite Judeo-Christianity that illuminates ambivalent relationships between Christians and Jews as well as changing attitudes toward the body, blood, and money; greed and hypocrisy; suicide and repentance; homosexuality and divinity. Over twenty centuries, a figure of disgrace turns into a dignitary. Gubar shows how Jesus most notorious disciple known for a kiss has provoked profound reflections on the problem of evil that still resonate today."

Judas by Susan Gubar was published by WW Norton & Co in March 2010. The ISBN for Judas is 9780393349665.

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Details for Judas

Author / Artist
Book FormatPaperback
PublisherWW Norton & Co (March 2010)
Number of Pages488
Thickness28 mm
Height234 mm
Width156 mm
Product Code4364191
Page last updated 9th July 2018
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