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The Gospel According to Judas: Is There a Limit to God's Forgiveness?

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Would Judas, the betrayer of Jesus, have found forgiveness if he had sought out the very one he betrayed? Can God forgive anything and everything? Or is there a limit to divine grace? Ray Anderson uses these provocative questions to lead into his imaginative dialogue between the failed betrayer and the risen Christ.
Paperback, 158 pages
Published July 1st 1994 by NavPress Publishing Group (first published July 1991)
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Pamela Strickland
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This book really made me think in a new way. Kind of a paradigm shift.
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Words escape me. This book is pretty scandalous, yet amazingly orthodox... had me looking at it with squinty and suspect eyes at some points, but at other times had me grinning with a s#!t eating grin at many times. Anyway, overall, a book worth reading. It *will* stretch your mind and your heart in so many (ultimately) good ways. Regardless of what others have said about Anderson, his work and his ministry matter - a lot - as they are firmly rooted in the Triune God of infinite mercy.
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aka Ray Sherman Anderson

Ray S. Anderson (Ph.D., University of Edinburgh) was senior professor of theology and ministry at Fuller Theological Seminary in Pasadena, California, where he had taught since 1976. He was also a contributing editor to Journal of Psychology and Theology.

He wrote many books, including Judas and Jesus: Amazing Grace for the Wounded Soul (2004), The Soul of God: A Theological
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