Friday, 8th May 2015
St James’ Church

Peter Stanford presents Judas: The troubling history of the renegade apostle in which he deconstructs that most vilified of Bible Characters Judas Iscariot, who famously betrayed Jesus with a kiss. Peter explores two thousand years of cultural and theological history to investigate how the very name came to be synonymous with betrayal and, ultimately, evil.
 Peter Stanford, editor of the Catholic Herald (1988-1992), features writer at the Daily and Sunday Telegraphs, and contributor to The Independent and The Observer, has presented award winning television and radio documentaries and appeared as a regular panelist on, among other programmes, BBC 4’s The Moral Maze. His biography of Lord Longford was the basis for Channel 4’s 2006 multi-award winning drama, Longford and he is the director of the Longford Trust for penal reform. His biographies include those of C Day-Lewis, Bronwen Astor, and Cardinal Basil Hume, and other books include The She Pope (1998) and How to Read a Graveyard (2013).
With thanks to St James’ Church, Richard Stephens and Sally Dymott 
This morning’s events are sponsored by Paula Kaplan, The Kennington Bookshop
Tel 0207 735505

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