This book is not an apologetic for the sins of Judas. But the author of JUDAS ISCARIOT: REVISITED AND RESTORED is convinced that there is more to the Judas story than has been told. Rogers is further convinced that until we finally understand the unlikely relationship between the sinner Judas and the Savior Jesus, we will never fully appreciate Gods response to our own faults and failures. Many are convinced that Gods grace i.e. unmerited favor must somehow first be merited (an oxymoron). With Judas, Rogers demonstrates that Gods forgiveness is unearned and unlimited This book is riveting from the first page. Rogers] challenges us to look...directly into the face of Judas until] slowly an awful realization will dawn on our collective conscience: My God, Judas is us (An excerpt from the books Foreword). Max Davis, author of Desperate Dependence, Thriving on the Jagged Edge, and Success Secrets of the Worlds Most Cynical Man. Judas Iscariot: Revisited and Restored is scholarly enough for those] desiring proofs and reliable sources as evidence of the theories expounded; yet its clear, concise and logically organized for easy reading. A. P. McCracken, pastor, author and paralegal, in a review of this book. Rogers] accomplishes his objective to declare the audacity of Gods grace and redemption that would include even Judas. And me D. Dean Benton, author of more than 30 books including, Inner Net for Vision Catchers (2008) Ivan Rogers has served in Christian ministry for many years. He has been a pastor, Bible college president and a superintendent of an eight-state area of churches. Ivan presently serves as staff chaplain of a nursing/retirement community. Ivan is also respected and very involved in the field of Jewish-Christian relations. He and his wife, Elsie, reside in the state of Iowa.