Jude Scarowsky comes from a volatile home; his parents’ violent outbursts force him to self-isolate, medicating his anxiety with any distraction he can find. Until one afternoon, a child appears in his room.
Transported to a time and place long before his own life, Jude finds himself adopted by a peasant family with a rambunctious child drunk on supernatural powers. A child named Jesus of Nazareth.
Discovering that Jude is in fact the historical Judas Iscariot, he knows what his role in this tale includes. But what will he do, and can he handle the stress, knowing he will forever be equated with betrayal?