One of the world’s leading archaeologists announced today that the wedding rings of Jesus and Mary Magdalene have been unearthed during renovations to an ancient church in France. The identity of the artifacts has been confirmed on the basis of the fact that the rings are made from crucifixion nails, and genetic material found on them matches DNA samples taken from the Shroud of Turin.
It is being proposed that he rings may also in fact have been the elusive “Q Document” that scholars have long sought to recover. Hebrew text inscribed on the inside of the rings appears to match text found on a papyrus fragment of Q which was recently found. The name of the “Q” source thus probably stems from the fact that the wedding rings, being made from crucifixion nails, are not perfectly circular but resemble the shape of the letter “Q.”
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