I’ve been taught that Elohim was the plural of “El” which is God. That just as the plural for a seraph is seraphim, and cherub is cherubim and even the plural for shamay (heaven) is shamayim (heavens). So Elohim means more than one god.
I guess I just assumed that meant God and Jesus and or the H.G.
What if it means God the Father and His wife, Mrs. God? We never hear about Mrs. God and her duties, tasks, responsibilities. What if everytime we were referring to Elohim, or God the father we were really referring to both God and Mrs. God?
We are commanded to leave our father and mother and cleave to our spouse and we will become one flesh. How one-ness is that one flesh?
Does having this veiwpoint change anything? Is it wrong, right or doesn’t matter?…or is this just another rant from a deranged mind?