The Archaeological-Biblical Review is set to publish a newly discovered Codex of the Gospel of Judas which has been discovered in the hills of Elkington, WV.
According to the essay, written Harry Spanks, the newly found Codex
… dates from the first century CE and, indeed, to the first half of that century. I posit the date of 35-40 CE. The script is clearly paleo-Hebrew and I translate as follows:
And then did Judas say … [a….] so that the truth will come from a book written on metal which will contain all the truths which Jesus spoke to we, his disciples. […..] twelve [….] lay down […..] fish and goats, lights and swamps, liver and [onio…]. These wondrous words will then fall into the world with such force that none can deny them save those destined for damnation and perdition ….
We (the publication team), aided by a coterie of British scholars of the Bible (and a few Scandinavians) will publish, in book form, a full length treatment of the find. We are also working on a movie to be filmed in Canada by a well known Canadian film-maker.
We want to thank all those who have been involved in this project since the beginning here in Elkington.
The essay contains more but I’m not at liberty to divulge it as the authors only wish the public to see bits and parts until the book goes on sale and the movie airs on The Discovery Channel.
Here, though, is a photo of the Codex:
Please do not redistribute it – the scholars involved wish to retain copyright.