“As we have noticed, Jonathan`s attraction to David begins almost immediately, Saul rejoices in his new companion. This attraction is expressed in an extravagant way. First of all, it seems to be love at first sight. We are told: “When David spoke to Saul, Jonatan`s soul was attached to the soul of David” (1 Sam 18:1). Is that something David said? It`s not likely. For what David said to Saul is that I am the son of your servant Isaiah, the Bethlehemian. That is not what David said. Instead, the reader turned twice to David`s extraordinary beauty. The work of the Spirit through prophetic encounters has created a queere relationship between David and Jonathan. It is the intense relationship or homoerotic and the covenant.
Although a priest does not realize the Jewish covenant, this text invites the reader to explore the probability of a common law marriage, known and facilitated by both. God`s will, as he states above, contributes with all his heart to this end, since David is the next elected and anointed king of Israel. The queerness of their relationship intensifies when situations become more critical, just like any relationship that occurs in everyday life. I come to the conclusion that if it were not for God`s intervention, David`s life would have ended with jealousy. In addition, David and Jonathan supported a bond that no being could “house.” Finally, based on the small evidence available, it was an erotic relationship full of passion and desire. David may have loved Jonathan more than he loved him, and vice versa. True love was made from the will of YHWH and such complexity led to a lascent simplicity. In his Lambeth essay of December 2007, James Jones, the Bishop of Liverpool, particularly drew attention to the “emotional, spiritual and even physical” friendship between David and Jonathan: This lengthy statement of dod reveals that David`s statement “Your love for me was more wonderful than the love of women” is not a reference to the sexual activities between David and Jonathan. The love triangle between David, Jonathan – and Jonathan`s father, Saul – comes to life in the new biblical comedy “Beloved King”.” The show brings all the homoerotic nuances into the scriptures with a faithful adaptation and emotional intensity to the argument that stirs the heart and soul. The passionate gay love saga takes place in a dizzying setting of war and witches. Medieval literature sometimes relied on the biblical relationship between David and Jonathan to emphasize strong personal and intimate friendships between men.
History has also often been used as a coded reference to homoerotic relationships when the mention has been socially discouraged or even sanctioned.  David and Jonathan`s relationship warms up when they sing “Adoni” in “Beloved King.” (Photo by Jonathan Beckley.) 4.