Iscariot: Chapter 17 – In which (much like in Game of Thrones, Season 3, Episode 8) there’s a wedding.

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This entry is part 17 of 20 in the series IscariotIf ever I get married, I’m not sure how many of my ex-girlfriends my bride-to-be will let me invite. I’m assuming that we’ll just negotiate a number. My absolute floor is four, but I’m hoping for six. (I’m thinking that…

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Iscariot: Chapter 16 – In which Judas and Jesus travel through India and learn about road building.

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This entry is part 16 of 20 in the series IscariotI recently visited my family at our farm in the western part of Massachusetts. The town is situated on top of a mountain surrounded by forests and pastures. There’s an abundance of peace and quiet. There was also an abundance…

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Iscariot: Chapter 15 – In which Mary, Martha, and Kelsey meet a Behemoth and the story passes the Bechdel test.

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This entry is part 15 of 20 in the series IscariotFirst things first, the author is not sure how Google works but wants to try something. Illuminati, Magic, Sex, Application tips for Vassar, etc. Secondly, much of what we envision about the ethereal plane is not actually in the bible.…

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Iscariot: Chapter 14 – In which we meet the rice goddess Inari and a fox named Mrs. Noodles.

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This entry is part 14 of 20 in the series IscariotJesus was dead: to begin with. There is no doubt whatever about that. The register of his crucifixion was signed by the High Priest, Herod, the undertaker, and the chief mourner. Pilate signed it: and Pilate’s name was good upon…

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Iscariot: Chapter 11 – In which there’s a bit of exposition until the angel Lucifer shows up and has a brief chat with Judas.

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This entry is part 11 of 20 in the series IscariotI think that as a religion, the Christians should reevaluate their position on Satan. (Or is it Lucifer?) Other than the book of Revelation, which is problematic at best, the only actual dickish things he does are in Job. The…

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