Sunday. 11.12.06 10:50 pm
Who was Mary Magdalene
Was she the prostitute that had stones thrown at her or was she someone of greater significance? Was she the wife of Jesus of Nazareth? References in the bible show record of Mary Magdalene at important scenes and times of Jesusâ€™ life. Mark, Matthew and John have recorded Mary Magdalene to be present during the crucifixion, after the crucifixion, and at the resurrection.
Mary would visit his tomb everyday and one day she had noticed the stone rolled away.
John 20:18: Mary Magdalene came, announcing to the disciples, "I have seen the Lord," and that He had said these things to her.
I always wondered WHY Jesusâ€™ first appearance before his resurrection was to Mary Magdalene. If Jesus was born of man, of flesh and blood than he would also be able to fall in love and be married. As Christians are we not told to procreate and replenish the earth? Why is it that it would be different for Jesus? If this law of man and woman being the only union why is it that Jesus was not a part of this sacred union?
Categories: mary [t], religion [t], church [t], jesus [t], kkama67 [t], kamahele [t], magdalene [t]
...what are you implying?
im not sure i know what you're getting at. jesus told the fishermen to leave their jobs, homes, and wives to follow him. maybe God didn't want to spoil a woman's life, maybe he didn't have time, (im serious about that), maybe this, maybe that. i see your question, but it's kind of like asking why a normal man doesn't get married » middaymoon
on 2006-11-12 11:24:43 What I am saying..
Is that if you know the stories of Mary Magdalene, she was everywhere Jesus was. There were his diciples, Mary M and his mother Mary. It is believed that Mary M was Jesus' wife however the Catholic church wants us to believe otherwise. » kkama67
on 2006-11-12 11:34:56 yeah, i've heard that
i visisted! lol. the shoutbox avatars also link to the profile, by the way » middaymoon
on 2006-11-13 12:16:22
I don't see why people get so upset by the implication. Even if Jesus had been married, it doesn't take away from his message or from his divinity. In fact, as a jewish man, it's more traditional for him to have been married before beginning to teach. » Praetorian
on 2006-11-13 03:06:26
Thankee! Although not technically my point. Though, I can't at the moment recall who made that point... I think I saw it on one of those "Da Vinci Code Decoded" documentaries. » Praetorian
on 2006-11-13 03:12:11
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