posted on Oct, 20 2016 @ 02:58 AM
It is already discussed online here and there, what exactly Jesus did with his own sexuality. Was Mary Magdalene the only one to know it, or how it
were all about, since his mature age that apparently was not the age of 30, not even 20...
A number of apocrypha books shed light on that, not only by pointing to Mary Magdalene as the person in love with Jesus, but also giving much wider
perspective of Jesus' teaching of love. When that love goes beyond the charity so much preferred to be identified with it by most of the Christian
churches. Love includes sexuality.
The christian philosophical idea Jesus is the sole bridegroom to the Church brings a number of questions forward. As how many brides he would have
then, because the Church consists of billions. I do not say Jesus is not the bridegroom, I just say the theological interpretation of it lacks
substantiality and prefers to bet on idealistic models that are not proven to be the case. Did Jesus speak about that theory to the disciples?
Instead, we read Magdalene hug his feet and John leaned on his breast. Perhaps there is something we were not told throughout those centuries of
mysticism when the body of man was considered sinful apriori and in long term the death as the only deliverance from it. The happiness of sexual love
was discussed only recently by St John Paul II, and still in very narrow frames. I guess a century ago his encyclicals would be banned in the Index.
In a time when many people do not know how to react to phenomena such as gay marriages, let alone the well known diverse and subsequent marriages
between heterosexual couples, while they want to remain faithful to the Lord, isn't it better instead of introducing new phrases of old phenomena
that shaped all human history, to turn directly to Jesus himself who might have already given the answers? And to read those answers without any
prejudices of post-Constantinian Christianity. What we have now is a distorted version of what was intended to be the lifestyle in early Christian
communities. Sooner or later we have to go back to the roots and to rediscover why should the martyrs give up their lives at some very early age for
some of them, for such a sterile version of Gospel as the 4 canonical gospels offered to us thru centuries as the only word of God the incarnate Jesus
Christ. John himself wrote at the end of his gospel, Jesus said and did quite many more things...