Judas Betrayer of Jesus are three first-person essays chronicling the scriptural accounts and fictional thoughts of Judas Iscariot, the man who betrayed Jesus the Christ.
Relying on and referencing The Holy Bible, Judas Betrayer of Jesus is about the stories, experiences, observations and imagined feelings of Judas, which are reported in the Gospels of Matthew, Mark, Luke and John. This book focuses on why Judas betrayed Jesus, how he betrayed Jesus, and his regret for plus the damnable consequences of betraying Jesus. Many lessons can be learned and applied to our lives today from the man who, according to chapter three, “name will be vilified, be identified with deceit, and be associated with betrayal.”
The three Judas Betrayer of Jesus chapters are:
Chapter One Judas, Son of Simon, Agrees to Deliver Jesus: It was I, one of Jesus’ twelve trusted disciples, who will tell you why I entered into an agreement with the chief priests, scribes and captains to deliver a very popular and notorious man to them.
Chapter Two Judas Delivers Jesus For Thirty Pieces of Silver: It was I, Judas, of Kerioth, who delivered Jesus my Master to Jerusalem’s chief priests, scribes, captains and Roman soldiers for thirty pieces of silver.
Chapter Three Judas Sinned for Betraying the Innocent Blood: It was I, Judas Iscariot, who have sinned in that I have betrayed the innocent blood.
These three chapters are an excerpt from Spectators of Jesus the Christ, a book about the stories, experiences, observations and imagined feelings of seventeen other men and nine women, which are reported in the Gospels.