According to Matthew’s Gospel, Judas Iscariot hanged himself, and priests purchased the field where he died for 30 pieces of silver. But, according to the Book of Acts, Judas fell headfirst in a field that he had acquired, and his intestines burst out. So, which is it, and what does this mean for how we read the New Testament? Today, we re-post a recent episode of Three Chords and the Truth: An Apologetics Podcast, in which Dr. Robert Plummer joins Dr. Timothy Paul Jones and Garrick Bailey to discuss the fate of Judas Iscariot.