The Judas Gospel
[a Novel]Book - 2011
Judas, the disciple responsible for betraying Jesus, has a conversation with God and proposes to him that if God had used his powers to market Jesus that Judas would have, Jesus would have been more successful in saving the world, with more people following him. Judas has heard rumors that God is preparing another prophet and talks God into letting Judas return to earth to prove his point using this new prophet, a woman who possesses supernatural abilities and who is stalked by a serial killer through her horrifying dreams of his victims. Judas takes her pure ministry and turns it into a marketing circus, and he comes to realize that in mixing commerce with God, bigger isn't better and that God is interested in reaching indivuals, not masses.
Publisher: Nashville, Tenn. ; Toronto : Howard Books, c2011
Branch Call Number: MYER
Characteristics: 306 p
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