How Uncovering the Truth About Jesus’ Wife Led to This German Pornographer

A respected Harvard professor was convinced of the authenticity of an ancient papyrus fragment in which Jesus seemingly asked his wife to spread the gospel. But then American journalist Ariel Sabar embarked on a dogged journey to uncover the truth

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The fragment of papyrus that became known as "The Gospel of Jesus' Wife."
The fragment of papyrus that became known as "The Gospel of Jesus' Wife."
The cover of "Veritas: A Harvard Professor, a Con Man and the Gospel of Jesus's Wife," by Ariel Sabar.
An illustration depicting Jesus and his "wife."
A copy of the "Vinland Map" as seen at Yale University in New Haven, Connecticut in February 1996.

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