The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge joined the royal family for the annual Christmas Day service at St. Mary Magdalene Church.
Since 2009, archaeologists have been slowly excavating the ancient town of Magdala—thought to be the home of Mary Magdalene—near the Sea of Galilee. Among their finds has been a first-century synagogue where, experts say, Jesus likely preached. Read more...
Catholic group the Legions of Christ have reportedly uncovered a 1st-century synagogue in the ancient town of Magdala in Israel, where they say Jesus Christ is likely to have preached to the people.
The fifth installment of the Portland Art Museum?s ongoing series Masterworks | Portland commemorates the fourth centenary of the death of El Greco (1541-1614), the brilliant, multicultural genius whose highly personal, conceptual style gave form to the intense spirituality of Spain?s Golden Age. Show More Summary
A controversial book claims that Jesus Christ was married to Mary Magdalene and also fathered two sons by her. “The Lost Gospels” is based on interpretations of ancient texts and claims that the Virgin Mary was not Jesus’ mother, but instead was his wife Mary Magdalene. Show More Summary
Christian faith offers a fuller notion of God and gender than sensationalized stories. Simcha Jacobovici and Barrie Wilson’s book The Lost Gospel: Decoding the Lost Text that Reveals Jesus’ Marriage to Mary Magdalene released last month,...Show More Summary
• Did Jesus have two children and a wife? Emmy-winning filmmaker Simcha Jacobovici and Religious Studies Professor Barrie Wilson discuss the lost Gospel that reveals Jesus’ marriage to Mary the Magdalene. • Entrepreneur and inspirational speaker Tony Robbins gives you seven simple steps to secure financial freedom for yourself and your family.
The author of a new book claiming to have found a ‘hidden gospel’ about Jesus and Mary Magdalene’s sex life defends his research to The Daily Beast.
For those who love to follow the marriages of the rich and famous, this week was a real doozy. In a new book, researchers are claiming evidence that Jesus married Mary Magdalene and had two sons. In the meantime, a new publication on the website of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints says […]
A new book is making the controversial claim that Jesus married Mary Magdalene and had two sons. The authors say the evidence comes from a 1,500-year-old manuscript uncovered at the British Library. Read more...
A book set to be released Wednesday titled, The Lost Gospel, is claiming that Jesus Christ married Mary Magdalene and had two children, but a number of religious scholars have dismissed the controversial assertions.
Jesus Christ was not crucified but instead raised a family with Mary Magdalene while surviving multiple assassination attempts, a controversial new book claims.
SHORT ANSWER, NO: Is this proof Jesus married and had two sons? Ancient manuscript said to be 'lost gospel' with a sensational twist (Harry Mount, The Daily Mail ).Barrie Wilson and Simcha Jacobovici have published a book about the well-known...Show More Summary
A new book claims that Jesus Christ was married to prostitute Mary Magdalene and had two children, but experts are taking issue with the controversial findings. The claims come from a new book, The Lost Gospel, by authors Simcha Jacobovici and Barrie Wilson. Show More Summary
It's quite the press-generating claim, and one that an Oxford University professor says "sounds like the deepest bilge": that Jesus had two kids with wife Mary Magdalene. Such is the assertion of The Lost Gospel, a new book that was six years in the making, per ABC News. Professor Barrie...
Just this week another Jesus hoax has appeared in the media. Media producer Simcha Jacobovici has collaborated with a professor named Barrie Wilson on a book called, "The Lost Gospel: Decoding the Ancient Text That Reveals Jesus' Marriage...Show More Summary
Did Jesus marry Mary Magdalene and have children? Although the Bible portrays Jesus as a single man, the idea that he may have had an earthly family continues to be a perennial favourite spawning numerous fictional works such as bestseller...Show More Summary
Christian orthodoxy doesn't really consider Jesus to have been much of a family man — he told his disciples to leave their families and follow him, after all. A new book, based on a 1,500-year-old manuscript, would dispute that characterization. Show More Summary
@kateantiquity Mary Magdalene and the Gospel According to Mary
In the Missal of St Pius V, the Creed is said on every Sunday, and several categories of feasts: all those of the Lord, the Virgin Mary, Angels, Apostles, Doctors, etc. To this list is added one other woman, St Mary Magdalene, in commemoration...Show More Summary