Jeannine Hunter wrote a story on the Washington Post’s website about a fragment of a Coptic manuscript suggesting that some early “christians” believe that Jesus was married. I am SURE that SOME during the first, second, third centuries, and even today’s “church” believe that Jesus was married (“christian” and “church” in quotes on purpose).
However, if some “christians” believe that Jesus was married doesn’t make it so historically. There are no solid evidences that Jesus was ever married.
BTW:: Eric Metaxes had the best tweet on this,
“Why did we need a Coptic papyrus to tell us that Jesus had a wife? His Bride is the Church. And He will never leave her nor forsake her.”
Check out the video below by Kenneth Samples: