gospel of jesus's wife

The Atlantic's Ariel Sabar reveals the artifact's previously anonymous owner.
The discoverer of the "Gospel of Jesus's Wife" says the papyrus was purchased from Hans-Ulrich Laukamp; however, according
The Harvard Theological Review decided not to publish King's paper until further testing and analysis, which included electrical
King, who carefully guarded her discovery until the Rome conference, released photos of the fragment and a draft of a related
The idea that Jesus was unmarried and chaste is largely accepted by Christian denominations and a reason for the practice
The ancient Coptic document includes the phrase "Jesus said to them, my wife" using a term that undoubtedly references a woman who was his spouse and not some metaphorical partner.