Judas Iscariot was the Apostle best known as the Apostle which betrayed Jesus Christ for 30 pieces of silver or as the Apostle who betrayed Jesus with a kiss. The following information about the Apostle Judas Iscariot were documented from biblical and historical facts.
What we know about Judas Iscariot
Son of Simon
Lived in Keroth of Judah. Possibly came form Judah due to the fact that he was referred to as a Judean
Judas's name appears in all three lists which identify Jesus Christs Apostles. (Matt. 10:4, Mark 3:19, Luke 6:19)
Judas personality reveals he was covetous of material goods and others
Judas was said to be stealing from the common purse shared by Jesus and His disciples
Judas betrayed Jesus Christ for 30 pieces of silver
Judas identified Jesus with a kiss so the guards could take Him away to be crucified
Judas purchased a field with the 30 pieces of silver, fell headlong into it and his bowels gushed out
How Judas Died Judas's death was described differently by two different disciples.
Judas threw down the 30 pieces of silver in the temple and then hanged himself
Judas bought a field and then fell headlong into it and his bowels gushed out
Apostolic Symbol Judas's Apostolic Symbol is a hangman noose or money falling from a money purse.