There is a common understanding globally that Judas Iscariot betrayed Jesus according to the Bible. This is taught from infancy to old age.
But have Christians ever paused to analyse the whole scene? Was Judas Iscariot truly a traitor as portrayed by Christians?
The Bible like any other book written by the Illuminates is full of allegories.
Jesus was always in the temple with the scribes, Pharisees, Sadducees, etc. Did Christians mean to say these people didn’t know Jesus upon all his controversial teachings and miracles?
Judas was said to have taken 30 pieces of silver to betray Jesus with a kiss. If you have a friend who can turn water into wine, and even see people who are about 2 Km away(remote viewing of Nathanael), will you be afraid to bet on him?
*John 8:59 Then took they up stones to cast at him: but Jesus hid himself, and went out of the temple, going through the midst of them, and so passed by.* If someone could perform this miracle, what shows that he can’t disappear when I take my 30 pieces to solve my personal problems?
*Jesus could have just disappeared when they came to arrest him but he betrayed Judas Iscariot!* Judas knew his friend was powerful and could escape arrest but his friend wanted to die to make Judas Iscariot seem a traitor.
Even Peter wanted to protect him but Jesus again made Peter looked like a traitor. When Judas realised his friend Jesus had betrayed him, he just went and hanged himself out of pain!
*Christians, henceforth, don’t say Judas betrayed Jesus. It was Jesus who betrayed his friend, Judas.*
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