It was recently announced that an ancient text claiming that Jesus had a wife was not forged. Ross Everett joins DNews to report on this new finding, and what discuss if it means anything to religion as we know it.
A Coptic script that suggests Jesus may have been married is not a forgery, say professors from Harvard, MIT and Columbia. Continue reading →
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