The question posed to Professor Antonio Piñero in the next session is whether Jesús de Nazaret could be a bigamist. It is a hypothesis that could be true since polygamy in the time of Jesus was completely legal. For example, we know that King Herod the Great had nine wives, all of whom were legal. However, bigamy was no longer common among ordinary people in 1st century Israel. In the Gospels we find no reference to whether or not Jesus was a bigamist. It is in the Apocryphal Gospels, writings of doubtful value, where it can be presumed that Jesus could have been a bigamist and be married to Salome and Mary Magdalene.
What remarkable contribution do the apocryphal gospels make about the life of Jesus?
Was Mary Magdalene really at the Last Supper?
What is the reason why the figure of Jesus has endured in time?
Did Jesus have brothers?
Could there be in the Gnostic Gospel of Thomas part of the message of a more authentic Jesus?
What can we know about the human features of Jesus? - Second part
Was Jesus a Jewish Nationalist?
Was the Virgin a myth that came from older cultures?
Was Jesus married?
Was Jesus a healer?