It's Now Official: So-Called Jesus' Wife Fragment A Fake

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Excerpt An investigative journalist named Ariel Sabar from The Atlantic has done some quite remarkable detective work in finally nailing down the origin of the so-called Jesus' Wife papyrus fragment. It has now been thoroughly exposed as an elaborate hoax, and the story behind it almost reads like a novel. Continue reading

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Read, The Unbelievable Tale of Jesus' Wife, at the Atlantic. (Off site link)

For a video summary of the report, visit: Down the Rabbit Hole: Chasing the Gospel of Jesus' Wife

For recent discussions, see:

The Likely Forger Behind the Gospel of Jesus’ Wife at "Canon Fodder," the blog of Dr. Michael Kruger.

What the “Gospel of Jesus’s Wife” Teaches Us about Manuscript Evidence at Patheos.com

For previous ABR articles, see:

Brief Reflections on the So-Called "Jesus Wife" Fragment

Jesus' Wife Fragment Appears To Be A Fake

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