Do you believe that Jesus is ‘married’ to Mary Magdalene?

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Q: Do you believe that Jesus is ‘married’ to Mary Magdalene?

A: Absolutely not.

Contrary to Dan Brown’s hokey DaVinci Code, the best historical evidence makes St. Mary  Magdalene the wife of Joseph of Arimathea, who was Jesus’ uncle on his mother’s side. That would make Magdalene his aunt … not a potential wife.

Furthermore, Jesus is betrothed to the Church, which is the bride of Christ … not to any specific woman. The betrothal has already been announced, and the wedding is already planned. See the Book of Revelation.

Finally, it is absurd to think that the only begotten son of God would complicate his redemptive mission … a mission that was obviously planned and timed to the split second … by a totally unnecessary and impertinent sexual relationship … with anyone.

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  1. Many syncretistic religions formed gnosticism. Gnosticism was rivaling against Christianity and gnosticism held itself better religion as Christianity was. Word gnosticism comes from Greek word gnosis, which means knowledge. Gnosticism had various effects, for instance, some Gnostics taught that divinity can be achieved through unity of the man and woman. This thought led some Gnostics to reach for divinity through sexual intercourse between the man and woman. There existed also some Gnostics, who abstained from sexual intercourse. When we know the fact that Gnostics held Christians as their enemies and that Gnostics held themselves better as Christians and that Gnostics wanted to show in every way that Gnosticism was better as Christianity, so Gnostics made so called gnostic gospels were they twisted, slandered and misrepresented the real gospels. Gnostics went so far in this misrepresent that they wrote “new gospels” by faking the real gospels. In these faked gospels Gnostics wrote that Jesus Christ was an ordinary man who has a sexual relationship with Mary Magdalene.

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