With the Davinci Code opening this week, I got to thinking about the claim that Jesus was married to Mary Magdalene. While I don't believe Jesus was married, and the true Gospels never insinuate He was, the gnostic "gospel" of Phillip makes it look like Jesus was not only married (and kissed Mary on the mouth), but it would have been wrong for Him to have done this, and would have negated His deity as well as His total lack of sin. For arguments sake, how would it have been wrong for Jesus (fully man, also) to have been married? Wouldn't this have only showed His full humanity as well as His deity? Since marriage is commissioned by God, and normal marital relationships are not sin, how would it have affected Jesus' death, burial and resurrection? I don't think it would have, but I would like to hear others view (with Scripture, also). My father pointed out that since Jesus is our "High Priest", priests were not allowed to marry. I'm not sure about this, since Jesus never wore the priestly garments, either, and He would not be held to man's standards.