This article discusses the Gospel of Judas, an Early Christian text found in Egypt about 1978 and published in 2006 with much media attention. The discovery of the manuscript of the Gospel of Judas raises questions about the manuscript's origin and if it could have been forged. The author discusses the book's similarities to and differences from the Nag Hammadi texts, Christian documents found in 1945. He describes the manuscript's condition when it was found, its contents, and the effect it may have on scholars' research on early Christianity. He also shares his own experience in viewing ancient papyrus documents that still have not come into the hands of conservators.
Brown, S. Kent
"The Manuscript of the Gospel of Judas,"
BYU Studies Quarterly: Vol. 45
, Article 3.
Available at: http://scholarsarchive.byu.edu/byusq/vol45/iss2/3