A papyrus fragment with text from Romans 9 and 10 has been dated just this week to the mid-2nd century. If the date hold up, it is the oldest known fragment of Romans and one of the oldest extant copies of the New Testament text.
Guess where this rare fragment is? It’s in a collection belonging to Steve Green, the President of Hobby Lobby.
CNN has a short video report with Green that shows the fragment plus a couple of other interesting biblical manuscripts in his collection. Green explains more about the papyrus in the video.