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Thomas is well known as the disciple who doubted. It has been suggested that people fall into a number of categories in respect of their propensity to believe. There are those who believe anything, those who believe nothing and those who, given sufficient evidence, are prepared to move from unbelief to faith.
The key lesson we draw from the life of Judas is a picture not of how to do things, but of how not to do things. In other words his life is not one to be followed, but one to be avoided.
Thought-provoking prompts to help you get more out of your journey of discovery through the Bible.