Judas Was Innocent, the Kenites Really Murdered Him… NOT!


He that justifieth the wicked, and he that condemneth the just, even they both are abomination to the LORD.” – Proverbs 17:15

Some people have a real hard time interpreting clear passages like this…

“Then Judas, which had betrayed him, when he saw that he was condemned, repented himself, and brought again the thirty pieces of silver to the chief priests and elders, And he cast down the pieces of silver in the temple, Saying, I have sinned in that I have betrayed the innocent blood. And they said, What is that to us? see thou to that. and departed, and went and hanged himself.” – Matthew 27:5

Judas Iscariot is in hell. The fruit of genuine repentance last time I checked is not suicide. Judas repentance was not genuine repentance, he was merely grieved with the result of his action. Metamelomai is the Greek word for repent here. It simply means he was only remorseful for his actions. Had there been a true change the Greek would have used Metanoeo.

If you’ve watched Murray you’ve listened to him boldly assert that Judas Iscariot was an innocent man, that he truly repented and was killed by the Kenites for some obscure conspiratorial reason.

This represents a profound lack of spiritual discernment.

The reality is Judas Iscariot was a very evil man who witnessed the Son of God and all his miracles and betrayed him for 30 pieces of silver. This is just one more example of the depravity of Murray’s teaching. Consider this passage…

“While I was with them in the world, I kept them in thy name: those that thou gavest me I have kept, and none of them is lost, but the son of perdition; that the scripture might be fulfilled.” – John 17:12

The scripture is very clear: the context is talking about the disciples, the son of perdition is Judas Iscariot… Jesus is very clear, HE IS LOST.

But Murray responds that this passage is talking about Antichrist, or more specifically Satan himself.

This is simply one of the thousands of sad examples of how Arnold wrests the scripture according to his own perverse private interpretation. He sacrifices the truth on the altar of his religious fantasy.

He goes on to elaborate about the intergenerational Kenite conspiracy. Are you beginning to see a pattern here? Murray superimposes his false doctrine concerning the Kenite conspiracy over all of scripture from the beginning to end. But it’s all racist Christian Identity garbage.

But maybe Acts 1:8 proves the conspiracy?

“Now this man purchased a field with the reward of iniquity; and falling headlong, he burst asunder in the midst, and all his bowels gushed out.” – Acts 1:8

After a corpse hangs in a tree long enough it does what? Decomposes. Eventually Judas corpse fell from the tree and burst on the ground. If Peter wanted to tell us about the Kenite conspiracy he would have done it here and acquitted Judas. But apparently Murray knows something Peter doesn’t.

What was the reward of iniquity? 30 pieces of silver. What was Judas iniquity? The betrayal and murder of Christ. What became of the son of perdition? He went to hell!




Author: Timothy Campbell

Independent researcher exposing Joel's Army / Latter-Rain Movement, Christian evangelist and helping to expose the plot of the ages - the church will be here during the great tribulation (or Golden Age of Gaia) and will have resist the beast and his mark...

9 thoughts on “Judas Was Innocent, the Kenites Really Murdered Him… NOT!”

      1. Perhaps you’re familiar with the story of the favorite of the patriarch Jacob’s twelve sons, Joseph; how he became separated from the brethren who hated him. And so it was too that Judas was one among a brotherhood of twelve, who likewise became separated from his respective ‘brethren’ who obviously thought none too highly of him. All that’s missing is for Judas to end up ruling over his brothers who thought to do him evil, the way that Joseph did. Savvy?


  1. I think you’re making an extremely forced comparison. The Apostles disliked Judas because he was a thief and a traitor. You’re submitting that Judas will someday rule over his the disciples that didn’t think very highly of him? Did you come up with this idea yourself? I don’t think it’s very savvy at all unless you just like to make up your own religion to believe in. I don’t think it will work for you.


    1. So Judas was a thief. Okay, how much money did he take, and when? Not a shred of evidence is ever put forth to substantiate the claim. If it was you who were being charged, you probably wouldn’t be so cavalier about the allegation. And in the first Gospel, there is a procedure laid down by Jesus whereby you are to confront the sinner with his crime, and to ask him to repent, and if that fails you are supposed to repeat the process with a couple of witnesses in tow, and if that still doesn’t work, then you are to drag him before the whole church to get an admission of guilt and repentance. But in the case of Judas, none of this is ever applied. Can you tell me why? And if the omniscient and telepathic Jesus knew that Judas was a thief, why does he entrust the worldly riches of the company of the Lord to such a person? The inscrutable move of an early Zen master, perhaps. And with just such a shaky setup like this posing as the Western world’s business and spiritual model, financial irregularities are a foregone conclusion. Can you possibly come up with a coherent reply?


  2. Judas was not being charged he had already been convicted hence them refering to him as a thief. It was already common knowledge at the point of the writings. For all you know the procedures could have already been performed and just not mentioned.


    1. Go back and read your bible, Jesus called Judas a “devil” John 6:70-71 – why are you people flocking out in support of Judas Iscariot? Murray teaches that Judas was a saint and martyr… his followers seem to think so as well


      1. Jesus indeed said that “one of you is a devil.” He didn’t say which of his disciples it was, however. Later in speaking to Peter, he says ” get thee behind me, Satan.” Looks to me like Peter is ‘the devil’. And church history seems to second the notion.



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