rbhall52 posted a comment · Feb 12, 2018
Great article, Dr.Brown! I have been believing the "the many-breasted one" as a translation of El Shaddai for many years, but my take on it was that such a translation did not literally mean that God has many breasts, like a physical being could have (but doesn't), but that God was fully able to provide for our needs, as a mother does for her child with her breasts, especially since God has no physicality, but only a spirit essence in that regard. But then, I remembered the name Jehovah Jireh, which is supposed to mean "God will provide" or something close to it. Seems like that name of God would be more appropriate for the idea of God providing for us as His children. Anyway, your article is an eye opener and much appreciated. I typically read every article of yours that I see posted on sites like onenewsnow.com , and I really enjoy them. Keep up the good work for His Kingdom.
Belleylaugh posted a comment · Feb 10, 2018
Dr. Brown, I really appreciate this article. A few years ago, I came across the "many-breasted" definition. At the time, it seemed to contradict everything that God says about Himself, as He makes clear distinctions between Himself and the pagan gods. But, not having any other evidence to counter this definition, I dismissed the matter, but didn't realize I had held onto the definition, thinking there may be truth to it, even in a small way. Thank you for helping correct this error. Sincerely, Lindsay