On second thought, I think my theology is off re: the Book of Judas.
The book begins sort of oddly:
One day he was with his disciples in Judea, and he found them gathered together and seated in pious observance. When he [approached] his disciples,  gathered together and seated and offering a prayer of thanksgiving over the bread, [he] laughed.
The disciples said to [him], “Master, why are you laughing at [our] prayer of
thanksgiving? We have done what is right.”
He answered and said to them, “I am not laughing at you. <You> are not doing this because of your own will but because it is through this that your god [will be] praised.”
They said, “Master, you are […] the son of our god.”
Jesus said to them, “How do you know me? Truly [I] say to you, no generation of the people that are among you will know me.”
THE DISCIPLES BECOME ANGRY
When his disciples heard this, they started getting angry and infuriated and began
blaspheming against him in their hearts.
I say “oddly” because I just don’t recollect Jesus laughing at his disciples in the Bible that I read growing up. In fact I don’t remember him laughing at all. Satan is the Joker, and Christ is pretty far from being a merry prankster.
Christ at the Sermon on the Mount: “Ladies and Germs. Take these fishes! Please!”
Christ to Lazarus: “Be leavened and rise!”
He just doesn’t have the material.
And odd too because I don’t remember the Disciples blasheming Him in their hearts.
But as to the theology, I argued that the Book of Judas was not about a guy named Judas but an attempt to work out a theological issue about God being all-knowing. I think that was wrong. I think it has to do more with the issue of pre-destination. Christ laughs because the disciples are all swollen up with the idea that they are praying; when in fact it’s God’s voice working through them. Or as the Reverend Roper of the Ora, ARP said, God laid it all down in every detail at the foundations of the world before the Beginning of Time.