“The Gospel of Jesus’ Wife” . . . Maybe . . . Maybe not « Larry Hurtado’s Blog

The news media today are rife with reports about a recent paper given by Professor Karen King (Harvard Divinity School) on a fragment of a Coptic text (at this point, taken as a genuine ancient text, perhaps from the 4th-5th century CE), in which Jesus might be taken as referring to “my wife”.  Even serious historians have opined on the item, such as Professor Kate Cooper (Manchester) for the BBC here.

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