Harvard on Gospel of Jesus’ Wife Fragment: It’s Authentic!


The Gospel of Jesus’ Wife, a small papyrus fragment that burst onto the scene when Harvard Theological Review and Professor Karen King announced its existence in September of 2012, has been languishing silently as the world waited for news of Continue reading

Pilgrim Badges and MM Basilica at Vézelay

Two things I find troubling about knowing that the Basilica of St. Mary Magdalene at Vézelay, France was a popular stop for medieval pilgrims: that I can’t find statistics about just how popular it was, and that I can’t find any information about pilgrim badges from the location. Continue reading