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In 1952, Israel's first president, Chaim Weizmann, asked his friend Albert Einstein ("the greatest Jew alive," Weizmann said)
It appears to have been a well-known story, one of many that circulated orally from the beginning yet that none of the Gospel writers were led to include. But some in the later church thought this one was too good to leave out.
The story of the woman taken in adultery in John, and the famous account of Jesus sweating blood, are not found in older copies, they only show up in texts from the Middle Ages.