Tests Suggest 'Gospel of Jesus' Wife' Is Authentic

A small scrap of brown papyrus paper, about the size of a business card, has ignited a red-hot argument that spans all of Christendom.

The papyrus document, known as the "Gospel of Jesus' Wife," was unveiled in 2012 and instantly set off a debate over its authenticity. Perhaps its most controversial elements are lines that suggest Jesus had a wife.

But a recent announcement from the Harvard Divinity School that the document is probably genuine has rekindled the disagreement over its provenance and meaning. [Religious Mysteries: 8 Alleged Relics of Jesus] (Click on image for larger view)

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Kah-Len: Mary Magdalene was Jhe'shua's (Yeshua) Jesus's wife!

They also had 3 children. The Romans found them hiding out where Peter tried protecting them. They were all killed and they stole their blood to mix their genetics with their own offspring. The Knights Templar was formed to protect that offspring which became the Free Masons.

I know this to be 100% true! Jhe'shua told me this himself!

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