Marriage in Heaven: A Response to Jack Wellman

Here is a Spiritual Conundrum submitted to Spiritual Insights for Everyday Life by a reader named Deeply Wounded:

It’s me again. I came across this article by a man named Jack Wellman who appeals to the story to bluntly claim that there is no marriage or sex in Heaven.

He claims that it won’t be a thing because there won’t be need for procreation, that we’ll all be married to Jesus, etc. What he says rings hollow for me, because I have been just abandoned by my twin flame/soulmate. I looked at the comments, and there’s even a comment by Jack where he is completely dismissing one of your articles that I really love. Basically, Jack claimed that you “missed the point,” further wounding me. Jack claimed that we’ll basically spend time in eternal contemplation with God and there won’t be any sex allowed, and even spiritual castration. It inflicts me so much. I wish Jack and his friends knew how much they are hurting single people like me who long for true marriage love that is eternal and holy. Could you perhaps write an article in response to Jack’s afflicting, painful claims?


Deeply wounded

Hi Deeply Wounded,

Thanks for reaching out with your question. I am sorry you had to experience the loss of love. I am even more sorry that “Christian” writers such as Jack Wellman are doing the opposite of what Christ did for us. Christ said:

I have said these things to you so that my joy may be in you, and that your joy may be complete. (John 15:11; see also John 16:24 and John 17:13)

When a supposedly Christian teaching causes pain, affliction, and sorrow for people of good heart, you can be sure that it is not the teaching of Christ or of true Christianity.

And indeed, the article by Jack Wellman contains many unbiblical and false statements that cause pain and suffering instead of the joy that Christ gives. The comments at the end of his article show that you are not the only one who has been wounded by Mr. Wellman’s false claims.

For the full version of why Mr. Wellman’s article is so mistaken, please see:

Didn’t Jesus Say There’s No Marriage in Heaven?

That article and its sequel go into great detail about Jesus’ statements on marriage. In this article, we will deal specifically with Mr. Wellman’s unbiblical statements about heaven, angels, sex, and marriage.

Does the Bible really say that?

Strange but true: traditional Christians who thump the Bible and insist that the Bible is the only source of Christian belief often don’t pay much attention to what the Bible actually says. Oh, they give big long strings of Bible verses. But if you actually read those verses, and read them carefully, you’ll find that most of them simply don’t say what the preacher claims they do.

What’s going on here?

Instead of paying attention to the Bible’s own words and reading things out of the Bible, these so-called Christians are reading things into the Bible to make it say whatever they happen to believe based on their church’s doctrines.

And quite often these “Christians” are just plain sloppy in their reading of the Bible. Their mind is already made up. They don’t want to be confused with the biblical facts.

What was the Sadducees question?

Mr. Wellman’s article “Will There Be Marriage And Sex In Heaven?” is no exception. The author gets it wrong in the very first sentence after the initial spate of questions that opens the article. He writes:

Jesus addressed this question when the Sadducees asked him about whether there will still be marriages in heaven and whether they will still be married.

(All quotations from Mr. Wellman’s article are exact copies of the original.)

But the Sadducees didn’t ask either of these questions. Here is Matthew 12:19–23, using the translation Mr. Wellman quotes in his article:

“Teacher,” they said, “Moses told us that if a man dies without having children, his brother must marry the widow and have children for him. Now there were seven brothers among us. The first one married and died, and since he had no children, he left his wife to his brother. The same thing happened to the second and third brother, right on down to the seventh. Finally, the woman died. Now then, at the resurrection, whose wife will she be of the seven, since all of them were married to her”

Notice that the Sadducees did not ask Jesus about whether there will still be marriages in heaven as Mr. Wellman says, nor did they ask him whether they will still be married. They asked which of the seven brothers the woman will be married to in the afterlife. And of course, it was a rhetorical question.

It is important to read the Bible carefully, and pay attention to exactly what it says.

The Sadducees weren’t interested in whether or not there was marriage in heaven. They weren’t interested in whether or not they would be married heaven. They didn’t even believe in heaven. So they would never ask these questions. Instead, they were creating a hypothetical situation involving the ancient law of levirate marriage in order to prove to Jesus that there was no resurrection, and no afterlife.

Mr. Wellman’s misreading of the Sadducees’ question shows that he has missed the point of the story. It isn’t about whether there is marriage in heaven. It’s about whether heaven exists in the first place.

If we don’t understand this very basic point about the story, we will misunderstand Jesus’ words in it just as Mr. Wellman—together with the vast bulk of traditional Christians—has misunderstood them.

When people fail to pay attention to exactly what the Bible says, they come to wrong conclusions about what the Bible means. The Bible is not loose or sloppy in its language. Every single word is there for a reason.

Are angels genderless?

Are we still male and female after death? Are angel sexless beings? On this question Mr. Wellman seems to be unclear. In some places he speaks as if we will still be male and female in the afterlife. In other places he denies it. For example, in two of his comments he writes:

There are neither male nor female in heaven.

Jesus said angels are neither male or female.

However, he provides no Bible passages to support these statements. That’s because there aren’t any. Jesus never said that angels are neither male nor female. And the Bible never says that there is neither male nor female in heaven. Once again, Mr. Wellman is reading things into the Bible rather than reading things out of it.

The Bible makes it clear that angels do indeed have gender.

When angels appear in the Bible, they are commonly called “men.” And when they are, the original Hebrew and Greek use the specific word for “a male.” The Old Testament uses the Hebrew word אִישׁ (‘iysh), “man.” The New Testament uses the Greek word ἀνήρ (anēr) “man” or the word νεανίσκος (neaniskos), “young man.” When it refers to angels, the Bible does not use Hebrew word אָדָם (‘āḏām) or the Greek word ἄνθρωπος (anthrōpos), both of which mean “person” without reference to gender.

The people who saw angels in the Bible saw men, not some genderless being.

Here are some examples, taken from the article What is the Biblical Basis for Humans becoming Angels after they Die? (which I also invite you to read):

While I was speaking in prayer, the man Gabriel, whom I had seen before in a vision, came to me in swift flight at the time of the evening sacrifice. (Daniel 9:21, italics added)

Here Gabriel, who is seen by Christians as an angel based on Luke 1:19, 26, is called a “man.”

The two angels (see Genesis 19:1, 15) who visited Lot in Genesis 19:1–29 are called “men” in Genesis 18:2, 16, 22; 19:10, 12, 16, and in several other verses in Genesis 18 & 19.

When an angel appeared to Manoah and his wife (Samson’s parents) in Judges 13, they identified him as a “man of God,” and both they and the narrator also refer to him as a “man”—although he is also clearly identified as an angel. Manoah even calls the angel “a man” when he talks to him (see Judges 13:11), and the angel does not correct him. This suggests that the angel had no problem thinking of himself as a man like Manoah.

In Zechariah’s vision of the horsemen in Zechariah 1:7–17, the lead horseman, who was “standing among the myrtle trees” is referred to both as a “man” and as an “angel.”

The angel(s) at Jesus’ empty tomb is(are) referred to as an angel in Matthew 28:2–7 and as two angels in John 20:11–13, but as a man in Mark 16:5–7 and two men in Luke 24:4–8.

No female angels appear in the Bible. But if there are male angels, certainly there are female angels as well. For people who believe what the Bible suggests, which is that angels are simply humans who have died and go to heaven, it should be abundantly clear that women are not going to become men in the afterlife, while men remain men. And even if angels were a separate creation (something the Bible never says), it would be completely unbalanced for God to create only male angels. It would not fit the pattern of God creating humans male and female, both in the image and likeness of God (Genesis 1:26–27).

Mr. Wellman’s statements on this subject are contrary to the Bible. Not only does the Bible never say that angels are neither male nor female, but it portrays angel visitors as being men, which implies that there are female angels as well. And if there are both male and female angels, then there are both male and female humans after death as well.

God did not create us male and female only to rip away our gender after death. To do so would be to destroy the person we are.

Will there be no sex in heaven?

Like most traditional Christians, Mr. Wellman thinks that there will be no sex in heaven. He writes:

Jesus said there is no marriage in heaven and there is no giving in marriage and no sex in marriage.

Let our focus be on Christ and not “dreading” there being no sex in heaven.

No records exists in Scripture where sex is mentioned to happen in heaven or angels having sex. Jesus said no marriage or sex in heaven and I believe Him.

There will be no sexual intercourse in heaven. The appetites and desires of this world will give way to higher and infinitely more gratifying delights in the world to come like being the presence of and service of God.

Once again, Mr. Wellman provides no Bible passages saying that there is no sex in heaven. That’s because there aren’t any. The most he can say is that Scripture never mentions sex in heaven. Does this mean that if Scripture never mentions deer, antelope, and buffalo in heaven, no cowboy can ever go to his eternal home on the range where the buffalo roam, and the deer and the antelope play?

Scripture does not provide a detailed list of everything that exists in heaven. Just because the Bible doesn’t mention sex in heaven, that doesn’t mean it can’t possibly exist in heaven.

Traditional Christians commonly think that there is something inherently worldly, unspiritual, and just a bit dirty about sex. The Bible says no such thing. In fact, the very first commandment God gives to the very first created humans in the Bible, before they ever committed any sin, was:

Be fruitful and multiply, and fill the earth and subdue it. (Genesis 1:28)

And how do we humans “be fruitful and multiply?” By having sex!

Just three verses later, the Bible says:

God saw everything that he had made, and indeed, it was very good. (Genesis 1:31)

This includes the male and female human beings whom God had just created, and whom God had just commanded to be fruitful and multiply.

Far from being inherently worldly, dirty, and sinful, sex is a very good part of the original creation of God.

Why, then, do traditional Christians balk at the idea of sex in heaven? Why are they so prudish, when God declared man, woman, and by implication sexual intercourse between them, to be very good? Why do they think it is so outlandish that male and female angels would have sex in heaven? There is no biblical basis for the traditional Christian squeamishness about sex. God is not a prude.

Further, there is a common idea in traditional Christianity that the only purpose of sex is reproduction. And yet, Christian ministers and churches commonly contradict themselves about this—as Mr. Wellman does in his article. Here is what he writes in his section titled, “No Need for Sex in Heaven”:

Sex was created by God to bond male and females together as one in a relationship that is like that of Christ and His Bride, the church. The church has become one with Christ.  Sex is also made for procreation (having children) but it is a way of having two people, male and female, come together in the most intimate relationship possible. Two people become one in unity, family, and harmony and their DNA creates one child at a time (save for twins or more). This unique gift from God is designed only for those who have made lifetime commitments to one another.  In Genesis 2:24 is says, “For this reason a man will leave his father and mother and be united to his wife, and they will become one flesh.”

Mr. Wellman gives procreation as the second purpose of sex. His first statement and his greatest emphasis about the purpose of sex is that it is to bond males and females together in the closest and most intimate relationship possible, mirroring the relationship between Christ and the Church.

Why, then, does he think that in heaven, where no babies are born (something I happen to agree with him about), there is no need for sex? Just because the secondary purpose of sex—procreation—is no longer is needed, does that mean that the primary reason for sex is abolished?

Like other traditional Christians, Mr. Wellman thinks that our relationship with Christ will so far surpass our relationship with our spouse that we will no longer want sex and marriage in heaven. And yet, millions of fervent Christians here on earth who have a close and joyful relationship with Jesus Christ still find deep joy and satisfaction in their relationship with their husband or wife. Why should this change after death?

The idea that we as individuals are married to Christ is not biblical. The Bible says that the Church is Christ’s bride. It never says that individual Christians are Christ’s bride. (And what about men? Are they Christ’s bridegroom?)

God is not a polygamist. God is not married to every believer. Rather, God is married to all of us together, collectively, in the form of the Church. The Church is another name for God’s kingdom on earth. It consists of all people who love the Lord and follow the Lord’s commandments.

Just as there are many happily married couples in God’s church on earth, which is collectively married to Christ, so there will be many happily married couples in God’s kingdom in heaven.

And if sex was originally created by God as part of the “very good” relationship between man and woman, then there is no biblical reason to believe that there is no sex in heaven. There is every reason to believe that God will continue to bless married couples with the wonderful intimacy of sexual intercourse. For more on this, please see:

Is There Sex in Heaven?

Once again, Mr. Wellman is reading things into the Bible that simply aren’t there. The Bible never says that angels don’t have sex. The Bible never says that there is no sex in heaven. And the Bible never says that individual Christians are married to Christ.

The Bible also never says that in heaven we will spend all of our time in rapturous contemplation of Christ. That idea is based on a narrow, literal, and unenlightened reading of part of John’s spiritual vision in the book of Revelation. But unpacking the real meaning of what John saw in that vision would take an entire article of its own.

For now, ask yourself this question: If angels spend all their time worshiping God, how could God send angels on missions to people on earth, as recorded many times in the Bible?

No, the Bible makes it clear that angels have jobs to do, just as we have jobs to do here on earth. Angels do not spend all of their time attending some eternal celestial worship service. God set aside one day each week for worshiping and contemplating God, not seven days.

Will there be no marriage in heaven?

Now we get to the main issue. Over and over again, Mr. Wellman claims that there is no marriage in heaven. Here are some examples taken from the article and from his comments at the end of it:

This means that there will be neither marriages of one to another or that they will procreate (have children).  The angels also do not marry nor do they bear children.

Jesus said there is no marriage in heaven and there is no giving in marriage and no sex in marriage.

Jesus said we will be like the angels in heaven, who do not procreate, . . . . Thank you for your comment, but there is no marriage in heaven.

I read the reply, and besides a typo or so, but there will be no marriage in heaven for the resurrected, although their relationship will continue.

Obviously they have ignored what the Bible teaches that there will be no marriages in heaven.

Jesus said no marriage or sex in heaven and I believe Him. Married couples may still work together or be close in their relationship, but marriage as we know it, will not happen to the children of God after Jesus rules the earth and we are changed.

Jesus teaches here that marriage is a relationship to be enjoyed in this life, but it will not carry forward into the next life. While we do not lose our identity in heaven (Luke 16:23), we will not hold the same relationships that we do on earth. Our existence will be quite different from what we are used to here. The fact that there is no marriage in heaven implies at least two other things: 1) There will be no procreation in heaven; the number of the redeemed is set, and, with no death, there will be no need to propagate the race since believers will have eternal life. 2) There will be no sexual intercourse in heaven. The appetites and desires of this world will give way to higher and infinitely more gratifying delights in the world to come like being the presence of and service of God.

Here Mr. Wellman lets it slip that he thinks that married couples may still be close in their relationships. But he steadfastly denies that there will be marriage or sex in heaven.

However, if there is no marriage in heaven, then the heart and soul of a married couple’s relationship to one another will be ripped out. If marriage does not continue in heaven, then it is just empty words to say that our relationships can continue in heaven.

The fact is that neither Jesus nor anyone else in the Bible says that there is no marriage in heaven.

What Jesus does say is that people don’t get married in heaven.

Now, if you ask me whether I plan to get married in heaven, I will say “No.” Why? Because I’m already married! Married people don’t get married. That’s why Jesus’ statement that people neither marry nor are given in marriage in the resurrection doesn’t bother me at all.

However, I’ve already covered Jesus’ words about marriage in the resurrection in great detail in this article, and in its sequel:

Didn’t Jesus Say There’s No Marriage in Heaven?

My belief is that people who wish to be married will already be married by the time they move into their eternal homes in heaven, even if they were never able to get married on earth. There will be no need for them to marry and be given in marriage, because they’ll already be married.

Whether I’m right or wrong about that, the simple fact of the matter is that Jesus did not say angels aren’t married, and he did not say there is no marriage in heaven. The Bible doesn’t say that anywhere else, either.

Once again, Mr. Wellman is claiming the Bible says things that it simply doesn’t say.

God gives joy, not wounds

And so to Deeply Wounded and all the other good people who have been disheartened and wounded by false teachings such as the ones in Jack Wellman’s article, I say: Take heart! Heaven is much better than what these so-called Christians teach. They are teaching human doctrines, not the Word of God.

Yes, there will be marriage and sex in heaven. When God joins two people together in marriage, it is not temporary, but eternal, just like everything else God does. As it says in Ecclesiastes 3:14:

I know that everything God does will endure forever.

This article is a response to a spiritual conundrum submitted by a reader.

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Lee Woofenden is an ordained minister, writer, editor, translator, and teacher. He enjoys taking spiritual insights from the Bible and the writings of Emanuel Swedenborg and putting them into plain English as guides for everyday life.

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19 comments on “Marriage in Heaven: A Response to Jack Wellman
  1. Brian Lauthen says:

    So the way I understand it is that people get married in the World of Spirits (either their spouse from earth or one found there), before entering Heaven itself. Is that correct?

    • Lee says:

      Hi Brian,

      I do tend to think that for people who die as adults, and who are not already married to their true partner on this earth, weddings will likely take place in the world of spirits, after which, at some point, the couple will go together to their permanent home in heaven. This would happen after the second stage after death is well underway, when people’s true inner selves come out. (In the first stage, people still wear the social masks that they had put on here on earth.) However, this is just my thought based on general knowledge of how the spiritual world and the human mind work. To my knowledge, Swedenborg never says that this is what happens.

      In fact, Swedenborg does describe a wedding in heaven in Marriage Love #19–22. He also mentions weddings in heaven in a chapter about Marriages in Heaven in Heaven and Hell (#366–386). He does say in that chapter that weddings in heaven shouldn’t really be called weddings but unions of mind. That is in #382b, which I quote in the sequel to the article about Jesus’ words on marriage in heaven:

      Marriage in the Resurrection: The Deeper Meaning

      So although I wish it were as simple as to say that weddings take place in the world of spirits, not in heaven, the reality isn’t so simple. I suspect that weddings in heaven are commonly between people who grew up in heaven from childhood. And my understanding is that they don’t settle into their permanent home in heaven until after they have gotten married. Before that they may live with their angel parents, or in some other arrangement, but it’s when they become a married couple that they become a complete angel and begin their own lives in heaven, having “left father and mother” and being united to their wife or husband as one.

      However, as I point out in the linked article, really, they are already married in spirit before the wedding ever takes place. That’s because it’s the character they have built that makes them into the husband or wife of their future partner in marriage. For people who grow up on earth, this takes place on earth, not in heaven, so that the inner marriage has already happened before their death and resurrection. In the afterlife they simply complete the union that was built inwardly here on earth.

      Even for people who grow up from childhood in heaven, their basic character is set here on earth, and only develops to its full potential as they grow up in heaven. So in a sense, even they are “married” in their spirit here on earth, because our earth life is where the basic outlines of our character are formed.

      It would be convenient in talking to traditional Christians if we could neatly say that there are no weddings in heaven. But that’s just not how it works. Besides, Jesus didn’t say they are neither married nor given in marriage in heaven, but in the resurrection, which would include the world of spirits. No matter which way you slice it, an overly literal reading of Jesus’ words in the Bible will lead to wrong ideas. That’s why both Jesus and Paul warned us against literalism.

      For those reading in, here is an article that explains the world of spirits and our three stages after death:

      What Happens To Us When We Die?

    • Lee says:

      Hi Brian,

      Oh, and I should add that for people who are already married to their eternal partner here on earth, there is no need to get married in the world of spirits or in heaven because they are already married. These couples simply continue their married life in the spiritual world.

  2. Deeply Wounded says:

    I think female angels do appear in the Bible. One time, but once is enough for me. In Zechariah, it says there were two women with wings, like the wings of a stork, and they carried an evil woman in a basket away.

    • Lee says:

      Hi Deeply Wounded,

      Thanks for pointing out the winged women who appear in Zechariah 5:5–11. It’s a fascinating passage!

      When Zechariah had that vision, he was speaking with an angel. However, the women in the vision are not identified as angels, nor were they actual women. They were simply figures in a vision, which is clearly meant to be taken metaphorically, not literally.

      Still, these winged women do give a suggestion of female heavenly figures, even if they aren’t actually presented as angels.

  3. I’m sorry. I forwarded the email to Jack. But I’m not going to give his email address. I am a man of good principles.

    Sent from my iPad


    • Lee says:

      Forwarded what email?

      • The spiritual conundrum of response to Jack Wellman that appeared in my inbox.

        • Lee says:

          Hi WorldQuestioner,

          Okay. Most likely he’s not going to change his mind. He’s too invested in the old unbiblical beliefs about sex and marriage. But you can always try.

        • Another thing, are you counteracting unbiblical ideas or are you teaching Satanic doctrines? Jack Wellman won’t allow links to your site on his site. He read much of your content. He says your site has so many errors and calls it heresy. But when you and I have a common enemy, the enemy of my enemy is my friend. Is the enemy of God’s enemy God’s friend?

        • Lee says:

          Hi WorldQuestioner,

          On your last question, in response to John telling him about a man who was not one of their followers casting out demons in Jesus’ name, Jesus said, “Whoever is not against us is for us” (see Mark 9:38–41).

          As for your other questions, you’ll have to make up your own mind. Read the Bible for yourself. See for yourself who is following what the Bible says, and who is not. Don’t pay attention to what people say the Bible says, no matter how big a crowd of people is saying it. Pay attention to what the Bible itself says.

          My article above shows very thoroughly that the one article by Jack Wellman that I have read claims that the Bible says many things that it simply doesn’t say. Based on that, and on my general experience reading evangelical Christian websites, I have no doubt that the rest of Mr. Wellman’s articles will be the same.

          If you claim that the Bible says something, you have to be able to quote passages in the Bible that say it. But the Bible doesn’t say any of the things that Catholics and Protestants have made into the key doctrines of their churches. See this piece, and the articles linked from it:

          “Christian Beliefs” that the Bible Doesn’t Teach

          I allow links to sites that disagree with my beliefs because I am confident in what I say here, confident in its biblical basis, and confident that thoughtful people of good heart will be able to make up their own mind where the truth lies. Sites such as Jack Wellman’s can thrive only by closing people’s minds off from other points of view. Falsity thrives in the darkness.

  4. Would it be possible to choose the wrong marriage partner? If my girlfriend breaks up with me or my wife divorces me, and cuts off all communication with me and blocks me on Facebook, will I be reunited with her as a couple in heaven?
    Will divorced couples be married again in heaven if neither partner is remarried?

    • Lee says:

      Hi WorldQestioner,

      It would be very rare for couples who broke up, including divorced couples, to reunite as married partners after death. People break up for a reason. Usually it’s because they don’t belong together. In some rare instances people break up or get divorced and then realize that they really do love each other and belong together. But in the vast majority of cases, people who break up or get divorced never get back together.

      That’s how it will be after death, also. Most likely, if you remain single here on earth until you die, you will find a new partner in heaven, who will be your eternal wife or husband. It’s very unlikely that you will get back together with someone you were temporarily together with here on earth.

      Please see:

      If You’ve been Married More than Once, Which One will you be With in the Afterlife?

      Can you Fall in Love in Heaven if you Haven’t Found Someone on Earth?

  5. Lee I am 57 and never married. I seem to be having a hard time finding love through marriage. So if I never marry on earth I can get married in heaven?

  6. Maybe you should do “Marriage in heaven, a response to Sam Storms”

    Sam Storms has a book called “Tough Topics” with the chapter “Will there be sex in heaven?”

    Sent from my iPad


    • Lee says:

      Hi WorldQuestioner,

      Does the chapter in his book have any points that I haven’t already addressed in the above article and in my other articles about sex and marriage in heaven?

        • Lee says:

          Hi WorldQuestioner,

          Thanks for the link.

          The author, Sam Storms, is certainly more biblically literate and more sophisticated than the author of the article I responded to in the above post.

          Unfortunately, after beautifully setting himself up to say that husbands and wives will indeed be married and have sex in heaven, he ruins his whole build-up by falling into the same trap that other so-called Christians fall into. It is the trap of misreading and misinterpreting Jesus’ words about marriage in the resurrection due to a physical-minded view of marriage, and therefore denying that there is sex or marriage in heaven.

          I wonder what his wife thinks about his assurance that the two of them will indeed be anatomically male and female, and have all the same male and female thoughts and feelings, but they will no longer be married and no longer enjoy sexual intimacy with one another because there will be some fuzzy and undefined “greater thing” there that they will “enjoy even more.”

          At any rate, I don’t see anything new in his article that I haven’t already responded to in other articles here. See especially this one, which critiques articles by two similarly thoughtful and similarly mistaken “Christian” preachers:

          Marriage in Heaven: A Response to Randy Alcorn and John Piper

          If, after reading it, there is still something you wanted me to respond to that’s not covered there, please let me know.

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