That fraud of the ‘Mrs Jesus’ papyrus fragment keeps surfacing in the news rather like a mortifying fish will in a pond.
That fragment was a fraud, easily exposed. That raises the question: Why would an intelligent person expose herself to the sort of scorn such a stunt deserves?
ANSWER: Get into the press and attract attention while working for some other agenda.
Thus, the fraud about a sacred topic becomes an excuse for another fraud about something sacred.
A priest notified me about this from WaPo:
Why a former nun will be ordained a priest
By Diane Dougherty, Published: OCTOBER 12, 7:23 PM ET
I am passionate about Jesus’ vision for women disciples in our church — so much so that on Oct. 20, I will be ordained a priest in Atlanta along with five women who will be ordained deacons. The recent third-century papyrus discovery [a FRAUD] announced by Dr. Karen L. King confirms what I have always known about my own calling, “She will be my disciple.”
Make popcorn and read the rest there.
She will not be ordained anything. The whole thing is sacrilegious make believe and dress up. But WaPo will just go along with the false premise that this fraud could be anything like a valid sacrament.
This is how liberals work: they do thing incrementally. They strive to bump the paradigm a little at a time in their direction. Eventually people take their fairy tales for truth. Then people start foot noting the fairy tales and it becomes a scholarly claim. Then the press starts quoting them as if they have standing….
Women cannot be ordained.