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    Meeting Judas Iscariot

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    He wore long sweeping robes; he couldn’t have been older than thirty. He smiled; I felt a chill run up my spine, his eyes roamed my figure, judging me as if he was pondering if he should answer. “Judas Iscariot,” He simply replied after a moment. I stared at him dumbfounded. “Wait…The Judas? Jesus’ Judas?” He chuckled, sighed then glancing me over once again. “Yes,” I evaluated the situation before me; a man that has been dead for well over two thousand years was talking to me. A man, who had been

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    Story of Judas Iscariot Judas Iscariot. A man who usually strikes fear into the hearts of Christians and Jews alike. But who is this praised man of Kerioth, really? He betrayed our LORD for 30 silver shekels. Yet, there HAS to be SOME good in him, or else, why on earth would Jesus pick him? I'll inform you on Judas' possible motives, thoughts that may have been running through his head before and after the fact, his culpability, and the status of his soul. Most people believe Judas' only motive

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    Judas Iscariot Analysis

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    The UIC mainstage was transformed into a modern-day courtroom for the current production of The Last Days of Judas Iscariot by Stephen Adly Guirgis. Judas Iscariot was presented by the School of Theatre & Music and directed by the head of the UIC Theatre Department, Yasen Peyankov. Judas Iscariot tells the story of a tumultuous court case to decide whether Judas Iscariot should go to hell. The play opens with Judas’s mother describing having to bury her only son alone and in “empty, acrid silence”(Guirgis

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    Jesus Christ Superstar

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    1973. Filmed on location in Israel, the movie is centred around the last seven days of Christ’s life, from the time he arrived in Jerusalem up until his crucifixion. The movie is truly from the point of view of Judas Iscariot, one of the most infamous of all the 12 apostles. In the film, Judas portrays Jesus, not as a miracle worker, but as a real human being with faults, doubts, and most importantly, a superstar edge. “The play is a baroque fusion of styles, rock rhythm with ballad narrative, dramatic

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    The Twelve Disciples: Characters Revealed

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    can be certain. He was a man whom God touched and he was used in a powerful way to spread the Gospel of his wonderful Savior. The last of the original twelve disciples is Judas Iscariot, and his life is the only one that ends in misery and death. He did not allow God to touch and change his heart in the way that the others did. Judas is most well-known for his actions in betraying the Son of God. Matthew 26.46-49 thoroughly explains this event. “ Rise, let us be going: beh... ... middle of paper

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    Vampires

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    Vampires Fangs, dead, blood, and bats. Those are some things that come to peoples minds when they think about vampires. In Webster’s International Dictionary vampires are defined as “a bloodsucking ghost or reanimated body of a dead person, believed to come from the grave and wander about by night sucking the blood of persons asleep…” Whatever people think of vampires, they are not really what they are believed to be. There is much controversy about the vampire creation myth. The Myth of

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    Judas Iscariot, the disciple, hanged himself from a tree after betraying Jesus Christ and giving him a kiss. The tree in which Judas hanged himself is known as “Judas Tree” mainly found in Southern Europe and Western Asia. In the short story “Flowering Judas” written by Katherine Anne Porter the title is related to this religious event of betrayal, murder, and denial. “‘Flowering Judas’ is possibly her most remarkable story of tension, sustained, threatened, and reestablished” (Gottfried 134). The

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    Give Me Lierty or Give Me Death

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    In the spring of 1775 the settlers in the early American colonies were in a state of chaos. Protestant religious revivals, which subsequently became a permanent part of American culture, swept the colonies in the mid-eighteenth century. This Great Awakening preceded the American Revolution. Leaders of the Awakening caused a widespread call to a new spiritual birth in Christ to people of all backgrounds and social classes. This movement divided church congregations and caused people to rethink

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    Discipleship

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    represent the twelve tribes of Israel. There are four lists given of the names of the disciples. In Mark's gospel the list is in Mk3: 16-19. In Mark and Matthew's gospel they both include Thaddeus but in Luke's gospel he has Judas Son of James nicknamed Thaddeus since the name Judas was hated by the early church. But at that time disciples were very common, everybody had them because in MK 2:18, we are told that the disciples of the Pharisees are fasting. All rabbis had disciples. They hoped to become

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    A 13th Century Blockbuster Hit If one were to ever watch the movie The Usual Suspects he or she might get bored with all the flash back storyline, the change in stories of the suspects, and the play between the characters, but if one were to hold out till the very end of the movie they would see what a great movie it truly is. Now, one must not worry that this ending will be divulged in any shape, way, or form, that would be rude and would ruin the greatness that is the movie’s ending. However, from

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