In God's plan to save lost sinners, Jesus had to suffer and die. But that meant there had to be people who would bring this about. How did Judas become one such person, after being with Jesus for several years? What can we learn from one of the Bible's grimmest portraits?
About the Author:
Born in Northampton and a graduate of Lancaster University, Andrew Wheeler studied Philosophy in his undergraduate and postgraduate years. He is a member of Grace Baptist Church in Lancaster where he is presently extensively involved in youth work and where he has also engaged in training for the pastoral ministry. He is author of C S Lewis: Clarity and confusion, also published by Day One.