Sunday, 20 March 2016

In The Footsteps Of Judas Confirmed for BBC One on 25 March at 9am to 10am

To mark Good Friday this one-hour documentary sees one of Britain’s best-loved vicars, Kate Bottley, (pictured) re-open the case against the Bible’s most notorious villain - Judas Iscariot.
Kate’s journey takes her from her parish in Nottingham to Jerusalem, where she pieces together the events leading up to the Crucifixion. Why did Judas betray his Master at his most desperate hour? And on a day when we remember that Jesus died for all our sins, is Judas excluded from that forgiveness?
A number of leading theological experts contribute to Kate’s investigation, as she visits the Upper Room of the Last Supper; Gethsemane - the scene of Judas’ treacherous kiss; and the Field of Blood, where, according to Christian tradition, Judas hanged himself.
Ultimately, Kate demonstrates why Judas matters and why he is central to our understanding of the Christian message today.

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