God new evidence

GOD: new evidence

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Found in the Rubbish

'Just Stories?' #25

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The Oxyrhynchus papyri are a collection of ancient documents, including parts of the Bible dating from around 250 AD.  These documents were not commissioned by an emperor or bishop - they come from ordinary church communities making their own copies of the Scriptures.  Two scholars from Oxford, B P Grenfell and  A S Hunt, discovered them on a rubbish tip in Egypt, and the fragment of the book of Hebrews is now in the British Library, in London.

With James Greig, Zenas Heritage Tours.

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