Enter the much-discussed Gospel of Jesus’ Wife manuscript.
Over the past three years, since Harvard Divinity School historian Karen King unveiled it, opinion has differed wildly over whether it is truly ancient.
But now the authors of a new book, The Lost Gospel, claim to have unearthed evidence of a manuscript which tells the story of Jesus’s two sons and his marriage to Mary, one of his closest followers, who was at his crucifixion, burial and the discovery of his empty tomb.
” Jesus replied, “You of little faith, do not be troubled.
If true, this would make it the greatest revelation into the life of Jesus in nearly 2,000 years.
Jacobovici claims the manuscript, which is 29 chapters long, is a 6th century copy of another 1st-century gospel and casts parts of the Bible in a very different light.
Jesus' wife: File photo released by Harvard University shows a fragment of papyrus that divinity professor Karen L.
King said is the only existing ancient text that quotes Jesus explicitly referring to having a wife.