Apparently Egyptian commoners had mummy masks made of papyrus, and scientists have now discovered inside of one what may be the oldest copy of a gospel we have. Imagine being the peasant who’s buried with first-century scraps of Mark’s gospel on his face. Gives new meaning to the prophet’s call to “bind [these words] on your forehead” (Deut. 11:18).
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