An Update on the “Wife of Jesus” Papyrus

Well, as some of you may have heard, the critics that I mentioned in my last post continue to force scholarly standards upon the alleged fragment mentioning a wife of Jesus. ┬áThis all certainly “smells” like a forgery to some ┬áscholars (though again, read my last post–if genuine, it’s fascinating but hardly redefining of Christianity).

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In my next post, I’ll update a bit on the Orthodox Theological Society of America (OTSA) conference, from which I just returned.

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