Now one can easily refute this claim by saying Christians don't accept the gospel of Philip as part of the canon, it's not an inspired book it's an apocrypha. And to be honest they do have a valid response. However what if we find the in New Testament which Christians have no problem disagreeing with nor will they reject as an uninspired book contain information about Jesus and Mary Magdalene's relationship how will they response?. Let's show from the New Testament Evidence of such a claim.
When we read the gospel of John we find a very interesting passage where Jesus supposed to have resurrected and an alleged crucifixion where he disguised himself as a Gardner. And the first person to see him was Mary Magdalene:
Let's break this down so we get a clear view of all this. It seems like after seeing Jesus Mary Magdalene was so excited he went to touch him (HAPTOMAI) and Jesus told her not to touch him (HAPTOMAI) ?
The word (HAPTOMAI) doesn't just mean touch The fact is, the Greek word haptomai has a broad range of meanings and could imply such connotation -- it means "to touch," "to lay hold on," "to embrace"; "to cling to," "to hurt," etc., (Greek-English Lexicon to the New Testament, by Dawson and Taylor), but not necessarilry so. The word "haptomai" only takes on a "sexual"implication when used in a sexual context, like is the case in 1 Cor 7:1.
In chapter 7 Paul is going to answer some of the difficulties that have been raised to him in a letter that the Corinthians sent. Paul writes, "It is good for a man not to touch a woman"—the phrase "not to touch a woman" does not refer to the holding of hands or putting your arms around a woman. "Touch" is the Greek word "haptomai," which means: "to attach oneself to, to apply oneself to." It directly relates to the sexual relationship within marriage. This is a euphemism for a sexual relationship. We see it used this way through out the Scriptures. So "to touch a woman" is a euphemism for a sexual relationship, but is also metonymy for marriage. The Scriptures use the word "touch" to refer to a union such as marriage. The basic meaning of "haptomai," is to attach oneself to or bind. In our text he is saying, "it is good not to marry." Paul knew that marriage is a divine institution, he knew that it was God Himself who said, "it is not good for man to be alone." Think about the depth of that statement: Man was not alone in the truest sense. Not only was he surrounded by all of creation, but, even more substantially, he had a perfect relationship with Yahweh! Yet, in spite of those realities, Yahweh said it was not good for him to be alone, speaking of his need of a wife
Note Mary Magdalene was the only women who Jesus did now allow to Touch (HAPTOMAI) him whys that? It's obvious from the above explanations by bibl cal scholars that (HAPTOMAI) means sexual contact and that's exactly what Mary Magdalene tried to do with him a s he stopped her from defiling her. Also note that was a current moment of objection which means she could of had sexual contact with him regularly ?
Why didn't stop his other disciples from touching him? Why only stop Mary Magdalene! nowhere else in the Gospels has Jesus prohibited people from touching him. In the Gospel of Matthew it is clearly reported that the women held on to him and was touched:
(Thanks to kaleef k. Karim from discover the truth. I used a lot of your references.)