Many of you are aware that an ancient Gnostic papyrus codex fragment has been released by a professor at
a fragment that has “rocked” the Christian world. This 33 word fragment is apparently
a portion of a narrative where Jesus appears to be defending Mary Magdalene
against someone, perhaps one of the male disciples… Harvard
“She will be able to be my disciple,” Jesus replies. Then, two lines later, he says: “I dwell with her.”
According to an article on Smithsonian dot com, this may be a revelation that changes our understanding of the Christian faith. From the September 18th the article…
Harvard researcher Karen King today unveiled an ancient papyrus fragment with the phrase… “Jesus said to them, ‘My wife...” The text also mentions “Mary,” arguably a reference to Mary Magdalene. The announcement at an academic conference in
is sure to send shock waves through the
Christian world. Rome
Not surprisingly, the mainstream media has vigorously reported this ancient fragment to be a forgery. It is also not surprising that the Catholic Church, among other Christian Cabals, would want this information suppressed.
In classic disinformation style, media stresses and repeats the term forgery. The first tactic of any disinformation campaign is to discredit the source, in order to mitigate or marginalize its believability. We wouldn’t be surprised if a “smear campaign” against professor King surfaces in the near future.
In the meantime, this new revelation serves to re-affirm Mary Magdalene’s importance and leadership in the early church.