from Chapter 4
Judas was taken aback by the implications of Simon’s words and attitude. This needed further questioning.
“What do you mean? Are you speaking of this rabbi of Nazareth? Do you really take him for the Messiah, the Messenger of God? Is he one of us?”
“There is no doubt about it,” Simon replied. “Only yesterday I heard him say this to the crowd: ‘Do not believe that I have come to bring peace on Earth. I bring not peace, but the sword. I have come to set son against father, daughter against mother, and daughter-in-law against mother-in-law. A...