According to this article in The Blaze:
The discovery of a small papyrus fragment containing words from the Book of Mark could end up being the earliest copy of a Christian gospel on record, according to experts. The biblical text, which came from Egypt, was reportedly placed on a sheet of papyrus before the document was recycled and used to create a mummy mask.
The article goes on to state several interesting "facts" about this Gospel of Mark fragment:
- It may date to 90AD, which would make it even older than p52 - the oldest known fragment
- It is currently unpublished, although it may be published in 2015.
- Daniel Wallace has mentioned it
While I'm sure the historians will debate the scientific evidence, I have a much more simple question - what is it being called, and how will i be able to follow updates about its veracity?
And, if I wanted to see a copy of it, where would I go to find it?