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Professor Claims Jesus May Have Had A Wife

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I found this story to be fascinating as I wonder – “what if?”

A professor at Harvard Divinity School, Karen King, has found an ancient fragment of papyrus that appears to quote Jesus in a reference to “my wife.”  The professor says the fragment appears to be genuine. It is from the fourth century A.D.

Now before I go claiming Dan Brown was right with his “Da Vinci Code,” it does make you wonder. There is so little that we actually know about the life of  Jesus Christ. I don’t think it will or should change anyone’s faith but it’s something we’ll keep an eye on for updates.

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