Scholars on Wednesday questioned the much-publicized discovery by a Harvard scholar that a 4th century fragment of papyrus provided the first evidence that some early Christians believed Jesus was married.
And experts in the illicit antiquities trade also wondered about the motive of the fragment's anonymous owner, noting that the document's value has likely increased amid the publicity of the still-unproven find.
Every decade seems to present some new "evidence" that seeks to make Jesus relevant to contemporary people. It's often exaggerated. Not that it matters to people of faith one way or the other, of course.