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Flashback: Stephen Colbert on Jesus with a wife

Flashback: Stephen Colbert on Jesus with a wife

In the news this week, a scrap of papyrus suggesting that Jesus had a wife turns out to be not a forgery. And Stephen Colbert, “America’s most famous Catholic,” lands a new job as David Letterman’s replacement. The Huffington Post offers a roundup of religious highlights from “The Colbert Report,” including this clip from a couple of years ago, when the scrap of papyrus in question first came to light:

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