The Atlantic's Ariel Sabar reveals the artifact's previously anonymous owner.
They marry, but she's not simply "Mrs. Jesus." She is a partner in redemption referred to as the "Daughter of God" and "The Bride of God."
If you ask most New Testament scholars whether Jesus was likely married the mantra is a firm and dogmatic "no" -- there is not a shred of historical evidence that he was ever married or had children.
It’s called “The Lost Gospel” and it’s based off of manuscripts found in British Library dating back more than 1,400 years written in Syriac, the language spoken by Jesus himself. It claims Jesus had a secret family made up of two sons and a wife.
Just this week another Jesus hoax has appeared in the media. I don't wish to be rude, and I will freely admit I haven't read the book yet, but the entire premise is utter hogwash.
I just find it hard to believe that this wandering rabbi and his gang of 12 surely horny men were unmarried and celibate.