Ummm....I'm pretty sure I addressed that when I said: "Those not married are angels, the lowest level in the celestial kingdom."... but are like angels in heaven.
Why did you forget to quote that part, Aaron?
Angels aren't "married".
Extra-biblical sources."The Sadducees made this one of their objections to belief in the resurrection body, revealing thus their own ignorance of the true resurrection body and the future life where marriage functions do not exist. [...] The angels are directly created, not procreated."
-- A.T. Robertson, "Word Pictures"
"[T]his passage teaches that the peculiar relation of marriage will not exist. It does not affirm, however, that there will be no recollection of former marriages, or no recognition of each other as having existed in this tender relation."
-- Albert Barnes, "Notes on the New Testament"
"They are as the angels—Incorruptible and immortal. So is the power of God shown in them! So little need had they of marriage!"
-- John Wesley
Not really if you can understand the law in which the marriage was authorized.Jesus' answer would be very BIZARRE in light of the LDS understanding.
How do we explain Jesus’ teachings in Matthew 22:29–30?
Thank you for the substantive post.