It comes as no surprise to The Plain Truth, as we already showed this to be FAKE!
Fresh questions over the authenticity of the 'Gospel of Jesus's Wife' papyrus have been raised after a text from the same collection written in the same handwriting was proved to be a fake, experts say.
Written in ancient Coptic, the Gospel of Jesus' Wife seemingly indicates Jesus was married as it reads: 'Jesus said to them, "My wife"' and '…she will be able to be my disciple…'
Since then, historians and religious leaders have attempted to both prove and deny the artefact's credibility. Last month, carbon testing on the papyrus seemed to suggest it was written between the fourth and eighth centuries and was therefore authentic.
However, experts say another fragment from the same collection as the 'Jesus's wife' papyrus is a fake - casting doubts on the legitimacy of the latter.