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The Judas economy

the triumph of capital and the betrayal of work

by William Wolman

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Published by Addison-Wesley in Reading, Mass .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Work.,
  • Downsizing of organizations.,
  • Capitalism.,
  • Competition, International.,
  • Economic history -- 1990-

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references (p. 223-231) and index.

    StatementWilliam Wolman and Anne Colamosca.
    ContributionsColamosca, Anne.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsHD4851 .W65 1997
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxii, 240 p. ;
    Number of Pages240
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL666270M
    ISBN 100201442094
    LC Control Number97011935

    the treachery of Judas was not accidental; it was a predestined deed which has its mysterious place in the economy of Redemption Jorge Luis Borges, Three Versions of Judas. Gospel Of Judas. Gospel of Judas - What Is It? The Gospel of Judas was discovered in the s in an Egyptian cave. Until recently, no institutions were willing to pay the exorbitant fee to get the manuscript due to its dubious origin. A foundation in Switzerland eventually purchased the codex to release its content.

    “ Tab book is in GOOD CONDITION. No markings, highlights, missing pages, or tears. No markings, highlights, missing pages, or tears. Guitar tablature: JUDAS PRIEST - METAL CUTS - Rhythms / Fills / Solos in tab format and standard Rating: % positive. Judas synonyms, Judas pronunciation, Judas translation, English dictionary definition of Judas. n. 1. One who betrays another under the guise of friendship. 2. judas A one-way peephole in a door. n 1. New Testament the apostle who betrayed Jesus to his Judas - definition of Judas by The Free Dictionary.

      The Gospel of Judas, edited by Professors Rodolphe Kasser, Marvin Meyer and Gregor Wurst, was released on the same day (April 6, ) as The Lost Gospel: The Quest for the Gospel of Judas Iscariot by Bart D. Ehrman (who wrote a commentary in TGOJ) and Herbert Krosney (who is quoted in TGOJ).5/5(5).   The Gospel of Judas is a Gnostic gospel, espousing a Gnostic viewpoint of Christianity. The Gospel of Judas is simply a heretical forgery, much the same as the Gospel of Thomas, the Gospel of Mary, and the Gospel of Philip. Just as Judas Iscariot rejected Jesus and betrayed Him with a kiss, the Gospel of Judas rejects the true gospel and truth.


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The Judas Economy: The Triumph of Capital and the Betrayal of WorkCited by: 7. The Gospel of Judas is a Gnostic content consists of conversations between Jesus and Judas that it includes late 2nd century theology, it is thought to have been composed in the 2nd century by Gnostic Christians, rather than the historic Judas himself.

The only copy of it known to exist is a Coptic language text that has been carbon dated to AD. The authors, associated with Business Week (Wolman is its chief economist), are "great believers in the dynamism of the free market" and maintain that "the victory of free market ideology in the cold war has upset the balance between the market and the state that promoted unparalleled prosperity" in industrial nations since World War II.

With increasingly mobile capital and a low /5(6). Judas by Amos Oz review – a complex and impressive achievement In other words, Judas is a novel In the same way, the physical life of the book has an air not quite of perfunctoriness.

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Judas kisses Jesus Christ in the Garden of Gethsemane. Amos Oz’s novel considers the role of the infamous apostle as part of a novel set in postwar Jerusalem.

I, Judas, a shocking (for its time) book about the ultimate betrayer. This review is from: I, Judas, Mass Market Paperback Edition I dont suppose itd be much of a spoiler, to tell you how this story comes out. Jesus Christ is crucified and is buried and on the third day he rises again from the dead.4/5.

In his famous book, Smith compares the position of those who were earning their living from work in Britain with their counterparts in what were then still Britain's principal colonies in North America.

Though industry was already on the move in Smith's day, the global economy was still primarily : William Wolman. The book jacket from The Judas Economy: And What to Do About It (see ) puts it this way: Trust is necessary for a healthy social order, and it is first rooted in the biblical order of creation where the defining social institution is man and woman in faithful marriage.

And we each first experience trust at our mother’s breast. Editorial Reviews. A bleak antimarket assessment of the postCold War outlook for American workers. Wolman, chief economist at Business Week, and Colamosca, a former staff writer at the same magazine, assert that, since the triumph of laissez-faire economics over socialism, increasingly mobile capital has called the tune to which the domestic labor force is Author: William Wolman.

Judas Iscariot (/ ˈ dʒ uː d ə s ɪ ˈ s k æ r ɪ ə t /; Biblical Hebrew: יהודה איש-קריות ‎, romanized: Yehûdâh Ish-Kerayot; Greek: Ὶούδας Ὶσκαριώτης) (died c. 30 – c. 33 AD) was a disciple and one of the original Twelve Disciples of Jesus ing to all four canonical gospels, Judas betrayed Jesus to the Sanhedrin in the Garden of Gethsemane.

Get this from a library. The Judas economy: the triumph of capital and the betrayal of work. [William Wolman; Anne Colamosca] -- In this compelling and impassioned book, Business Week chief economist Bill Wolman and Anne Colamosca say what our business and government leaders are unwilling to admit, but most Americans know in.

JUDAS By Amos Oz Translated by Nicholas de Lange pp. Houghton Mifflin Harcourt. $ In a interview, George Saunders remarked that “all moral concerns in fiction reduce to technical.

Instead, Mr. Oz wanted to talk about his enchantment with the New Testament, which began when he was a year-old, living on a kibbutz and spending his evenings in the library, reading the : Gal Beckerman.

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document in which he railed against this gospel, indicating the book was already in circulation. The only copy of the Gospel of Judas known to exist is a Coptic language text that has been carbon dated to ADplus or minus 60 years. It has been suggested that the text derives from an earlier Greek version.

The most narrowly focused of the volumes is The Judas Economy: The Triumph of Capital and the Betrayal of Work, authored by Dr. William Wolman, who is an economist at Business Week, and Anne Colamosca, a former staff writer for Busi-ness Week.

A unique aspect of this book is the emphasis it places on the end of the. Jesus said that Judas Iscariot was not “clean”; i.e., he had not been born again and was not forgiven of his sins (John –11).

In fact, Judas was empowered to do what he did by the devil himself: “As soon as Judas took the bread [that Jesus had given him], Satan entered into him” (John ). THE GOSPEL OF JUDAS This translation is by David Brakke and is intended only for the use of his students.

It should not be distributed further. Contents 33 The hidden discourse of the pronouncement in which Jesus spoke with Judas Iscariot for eight days, three days before he celebrated Size: KB. Judas’ economy leaves no room for God’s generosity and provision.

He would have us believe that economics is a matter of lifeless, mechanical principles that operate best when irrelevant factors such as compassion are kept out of the way.

The Judas economy: the triumph of capital and the betrayal of work / William Wolman and Anne Colamosca. imprint. Western labor needs to be protected by more rapid economic growth and government spending.

The book's endnotes are unusual in that there is no numbering or other citation to them in the text. For comprehensive economics and.The Gospel of Judas is a fragmented Coptic (Egyptian)-language text that portrays Judas in a far more sympathetic light than did the gospels that made it into the Bible.This summary of the book of Jude provides information about the title, author(s), date of writing, chronology, theme, theology, outline, a brief overview, and the chapters of the Book of Jude.

Author The author identifies himself as Jude (v. 1), which is another form of the Hebrew name Judah (Greek "Judas"), a common name among the Jews.