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Set in ancient Israel from approximately 31-33 A.D., Judas I. is the story of Judas Iscariot, the supposed betrayer of Christ. This intriguing novel chronicles how Judas was selected by The Messiah, his training as an apostle, his mission (to Damascus), what occurred after his return, and the events of Holy Week that led up to the surrender of Christ to the leaders of the Jewish religion. With a focus on the daily lives they shared together, Jesus and the apostles are presented in a unique and human way, rarely seen before.
This is the story of a man of conviction who had to choose between his two great loves, his wife and his God. Judas I. offers a fresh and engaging take on the life of Judas Iscariot, reflected in historical study and issues of faith.
Keywords:- Judas , Jesus , Christian , Bible , History , Apostles , Disciples.
Genres:- Fiction, Religious.