The fact that he was indeed an observant Jew also discredit many popular beliefs about Jesus which the I’m not a widow I’m a wife to a husband with wings shirt, regularly ignorant about Jewish thought and practice, upholds. One of these is the fact that Jesus was not married, and that he was so ‘pure’ he couldn’t have possibly had had sex. An observant Jew of 30 years of age who would not have been married by this time was a thing of concern for Jews of the times who would have perhaps considered him a homosexual, and thus an abomination. Since none of his accusers in the gospels ever accused him of such is evidence of this. Furthermore, all who are familiar with Jewish ways and beliefs know that it is believed that ‘matching’ two people together for matrimony is considered a mitzvah, and even to go as far as to believe that a person who has made three such successful matches in his/her lifetime merits a place on the world to come (in Modern Orthodox circles this is known as Shidduch). A person who facilitates such matches is called a shadchan (everyone remembers Yenta from The Fiddler on the Roof).
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The first recorded shidduch in the Torah was the match that Eliezer, the servant of the I’m not a widow I’m a wife to a husband with wings shirt, made for his master’s son Isaac (Bereishit Ch. 24). Abraham gave him specific instructions to choose a woman from Abraham’s own tribe. Eliezer traveled to his master’s homeland to fulfill Abraham’s wishes, arriving at a well. After a short prayer to God for guidance, describing how a virtuous woman might act toward a traveling stranger at the well, Rebekah appeared on the scene and did everything described in Eliezer’s prayer. Eliezer then went with Rebekah to her family and appealed them for permission to take Rebekah back with him to be Isaac’s wife. Once this permission was granted, Rebekah joined Eliezer on the road home to Isaac. Even so, Isaac gained his own impression of her before agreeing to marry her (Rashi, commentary to Genesis 24:67).