Official Review: Misreading Judas by Robert Wahler

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Re: Official Review: Misreading Judas by Robert Wahler

Post by Nivi Gideon » 28 Sep 2019, 01:03

Read this book when it was book of the month. Completely enthralling and a page turner!

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Post by ratpizza » 28 Sep 2019, 01:08

Oh wow I don’t think I’ve ever read anything like this before. I may have to give it a go though because it sounds pretty interesting. I guess there’s a first time for everything huh?

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Post by Wyland » 28 Sep 2019, 01:11

I think the author is deluded in what he expresses in this book as he mixes different belief systems to try and bring down what the Bible teaches. Thanks for the review.

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Post by Kishor Rao » 28 Sep 2019, 01:21

Religious theories are always great to read and they often compel you to believe them and draw you in. Thank you for suggesting.

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Post by Daniel_ » 28 Sep 2019, 01:39

Interesting book with interesting views, but this is not a book for me.
Thanks for the review.

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Post by Quinto » 28 Sep 2019, 01:49

It will shake a lot to shake off the Biblical teachings as traditionally taught. Everyone is entitled to his opinion. Thanks for the review.

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Post by Chelsei_Leigh96 » 28 Sep 2019, 01:51

At first glance the book seems to be interesting. Learning the facts behind different theories allows you to make your own conclusion once you're finished. Looks like a good read, ill have to try and find some time for it.

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Post by Purti10 » 28 Sep 2019, 02:46

This sounds like an interesting read for the fans of biblical history and eastern mysticism. Thanks for the review!

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Post by e-reeder » 28 Sep 2019, 03:44

A book that talks about Judas as a savior sounds very interesting and informative. The author offers a new interpretation of the relationship between Jesus and Judas, and based his claims on the Gnostic tradition.

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Post by Mondayiboiyo » 28 Sep 2019, 04:24

My sincere view is that Judas was given a bad name at the end of the episode with Jesus our lord. However I discard the oversight of the writer as fiction and can never be accepted as norms in Christian belief. The inept analysis to me conot with spiritism that is not Godly.

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Post by Lameck T » 02 Oct 2019, 05:56

This is interesting. I wonder why, all these years such a misconception still exists. Nevertheless, it is good to hear views from different angles. Thanks for the hint

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