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It was written from Judas’ point of view and allegedly contains conversations between Jesus and Judas Iscariot.
This gospel contains teachings that clearly contradict the Bible in its basic beliefs, especially in the main theme of the substitution-death of Christ on behalf of humanity.
A long-lost gospel that casts Judas as a co-conspirator of Jesus, rather than a betrayer, was ruled most likely authentic in 2006.
Now, scientists reveal they couldn't have made the call without a series of far more mundane documents, including Ancient Egyptian marriage licenses and property contracts.
The black was an ink called "lamp black," which was consistent with the inks used in Egyptian writings from ancient times and into the third century, Barabe said. It was an iron-rich ink called iron gall, but it lacked the sulfur usually found in inks of this sort. "One thing that made this a little bit more dramatic than we would have liked is, we did the sampling in the third week of January of 2006, and the press conference was already scheduled for the third week in April of that same year," Barabe said.
"So we had three months to turn this critter around with a conclusion, and it really put an enormous amount of pressure on us, because we were faced with what was essentially a three-month rush project." Authenticating the gospel Some facets of the document did suggest authenticity.
What's more, the Louvre study found that the metal-based inks from this time period contained little sulfur, just like the ink on the Gospel of Judas. (Barabe and his colleagues caution that this finding doesn't prove beyond doubt that the document is authentic, but rather that there are no red flags proving it's a forgery.) "There was definitely a point where, all of the sudden, I just kind of relaxed and said, ' This is probably just fine,'" Barabe said.
In the accepted biblical version of the tale, Judas betrays Jesus for 30 pieces of silver.