“Come, I will show you the bride, the Lamb’s wife.” Rev 21:9
A few years ago, a Harvard University Divinity School professor introduced a scrap of papyrus to the world. The Coptic writing and material seemed to be of an ancient origin. Though the words on it were few, the ones that caught everyone’s attention said, “Jesus said to them, my wife…”
The professor Harvard wrote a paper published in the Harvard Theological Review.
One problem has risen from this – no one bothered backtracking how the artifact ended up in the hands of the professor.
That investigation has led to a modern source that has the means and knowledge to create ancient looking papyrus.
The conclusion – the artifact is a fake.
Had they come to me I could save them all time. You would think a Harvard Divinity School professor would know the same thing I know about the wife of Jesus, easily found in the Book of Revelation chapter 21, and identified as His bride.
I do not know about the spiritual relationship of this professor with the Lord Jesus. However if you are constantly searching for ways to disprove the Bible, then I would think your description is given in a letter to a young pastor named Timothy.
Paul wrote that perilous times were ahead and the people would have “a form of godliness but denying its power. And from such people turn away! For of this sort are those who creep into households and make captives of gullible women loaded down with sins, led away by various lusts, always learning and never able to come to the knowledge of the truth.” 2 Tim 3:5-7