Lost Gospels Revealed: The Startling Revelation of Jesus's Wife (Video)
In the depths of history, a remarkable discovery emerged, shedding new light on the enigmatic figure of Jesus. An ancient fragment of a book, the Gospel of Jesus’s Wife, composed in the mysterious Coptic language, holds the secrets of an unknown gospel. Within its eight lines on the front and six lines on the back, lies a sentence that has ignited intrigue and debate. "Jesus said to them, my wife." Yet, let us not hastily assume that this implies Jesus was married. The historical significance lies not in proof of his marital status, but in the testament to the beliefs held by certain Christians of the second century.
Skepticism naturally arose, considering recent controversial claims such as the alleged tomb of Jesus or the discovery of James's ossuary. However, meticulous analysis and discussion concluded that this fragment is indeed authentic, dating back to the fourth century. Astonishingly, it appears that the question of Jesus's marital status did not arise until a century or more after his passing, coinciding with fervent debates on the practices of early Christians.
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Top image: Fragment from ancient gospel. Source: Stephen Butler / Adobe Stock.