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r/Judaism, it genuinely bothers me that the Christian Gospels identify the "disciple who betrayed Jesus" as a man named "Judas."

I can’t help but think that this played a not-insignificant role in the development of Christian anti-Semitism over many centuries…

Any other thoughts?

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