The Most Degrading Verse In Bible About Jesus

Some people might be shocked to find out what the Bible says about Jesus. Christian missionaries always say their religion is “Monotheistic” when reality it is the opposite. What we will examine is the word “Mastos.” Jesus has a Male/Female nature. This is NOT our words, but what is recorded in the Bible.

Note: This article is in no way aimed at the true Jesus (p). We are merely quoting what the Bible is saying.

The book of Revelation is one most degrading Book’s ever. There is a verse where it describes Jesus as having “Woman’s breasts”, in other words Jesus is a “hermaphrodite.” Here is the passage:

Revelation 1:13- And I turned to see the voice that spake with me. And being turned, I saw seven golden candlesticks; And in the midst of the seven candlesticks one like unto the Son of man, clothed with a garment down to the foot, and girt about the paps (mastos) with a golden girdle.

Let us now examine the verse closer. What does Greek word “μαστός” (Mastos) mean?

1. James Donnegan says:
mastos [1]
2. Michael H Burner says:

“μαστός, nipple (Luke 11:27; 23:29).” [2]


3. George Ricker Berry

“μαστός, the breast, pl., Luke xi. 27, xxiii. 29; Rev. i.13.” [3] 

So we see from the above 3 references they make NO mention of “Man’s breasts.” Michael H. Burned and George Ricker Berry make it clear by using the word “Mastos” it refers directly to Luke 11:27; 23:29. Both Luke 11:27; and 23:29 it is referred to a woman who breast feeds babies.

Here is Luke 11:27,

“And while he was speaking these things, a woman raised her voice from the crowd and she said to him, “Blessing to the womb that carried you and to the BREASTS THAT YOU SUCKLED YOU.” – Luke 11:27

And here is Luke 23:29,

“For this is certain: The days are coming when they will say, ‘Blessed are the barren, the wombs that never bore CHILDREN, and the BREASTS that never GAVE SUCK!‘” – Luke 23:29 

Here we will quote more references about this.

4. Edward Maltby explains the word “Mastos” in short:

“μαστός, MAMMA a BREAST.” [4]

5. James Strong makes it crystal clear that Mastos refers to woman’s breast:

Mastos mas-tos from the base of 3145; a (properly FEMALE) BREAST (as if kneaded up):–pap. [5]

The word “Paps” could refer to Male and Female , but the Greek word “Mastos” throughout the New Testament it is referred exclusively to WOMAN ALONE. You wont find one single verse where the word “Mastos” is referred to a MAN. If the writer of Revelation indeed was referring to Male and NOT a Female, then he would have used the word “stethos.”

There are only three passages with the word “Mastos” used in the New Testament, two of which is written clearly that it is about “woman’s breasts” and third one which the Christians hide is Revelation 1:13, they deliberately changed the words and make it out as if it is talking about a Man’s Chest, but in reality as we will investigate more, Jesus has a Male and Female body.

Luk 11:27, Luk 23:29 and Rev 1:13
http://www.blueletterbible.org/search/translationResults.cfm?Criteria=paps&t=KJV&sf=5

Former Anglican Priest Tom Harper comments on Revelations 1:13

Revelation 1:13, in the King James Version, says, “And I saw in the midst of the seven candlesticks one like unto the Son of Man, clothed with a garment down to the foot, and girt about the paps with a golden girdle”. “Paps” is the archaic word for a woman’s breasts.  In the Greek, the word used is the plural mastos, which the lexicon defines as “the breast, esp.,of the swelling breast of a woman”. Rarely, the plural was used to refer to a man’s breasts, but the prevailing sense is female. The fact that the figure in this passage from Revelation wore a “girdle”, or cincture, about the breasts—the modern equivalent would be a brassiere—confirms that the breasts in question are female. Indeed, the New English Bible translates the plural as though it were a singular—“with a golden girdle round his breast”. The New Revised Standard Version tried to avoid any embarrassment by wrongly translating it as “chest”.[6]

Tom Harpur explains that the person referred to in Revelation 1:13 is indeed “female” and what makes it even more clear is that the person wears a “girdle” i.e a brassiere.

J. Preston Eby a Christian elucidates in detail on Revelation 1:13, he says:

Long millenniums after Abraham’s encounter with God Almighty, El Shaddai, the “Breasted One,” John the Revelator, in exile on the barren Isle of Patmos, a place of few inhabitants and swarming with pirates, heard behind him the voice of One who trumpeted into his ears the message, “I am the Alpha and Omega, the beginning and the ending, which is, and which was, and which is to come, THE ALMIGHTY” (Rev. 1:8). As John turned to see the voice that spoke to him, with astonished countenance beheld the wonder of this One “clothed with a garment down to the foot, and GIRT ABOUT THE PAPS with a golden girdle” (Rev. 1:13). The word “paps” is the Greek word “mastos” used exclusively in Greek for the female breast! “And it came to pass, as He spake these things, a certain woman of the company lifted up her voice, and said Unto Him, Blessed is the womb that bare Thee, and the PAPS (mastos) which Thou hast sucked!” (Lk. 11:27). On Patmos we have the woman’s dress and the woman’s breast while yet the speaker is THE ALMIGHTY! It would not be possible to describe more vividly the dual nature of our God who is both Male and Female, the Strong and Mighty One, our Father, who is also “El Shaddai,” our Mother, the Pourer-forth who pours Himself out for His creatures; who gives them His life-blood; who satisfies them with milk from His own bosom; who sheds forth his Spirit, and says, “Come unto me and drink:” “Open thy mouth wide and I will fill it:” who thus gives Himself and His very nature to those who receive Him, that they may grow to become HIS SONS AND HIS DAUGHTERS! We may, and we must, eat of Him and drink of Him if we are to grow and abide in Him and know Him in fullness.[7]

Revelation 1:13


Summoning up what J. Preston Eby said:

A) Revelation 1:13 is referred to “The Almighty” i.e Jesus
B) The word “mastos used exclusively in Greek for the female breast!”
C) “On Patmos we have the woman’s dress and the woman’s breast while yet the speaker is THE ALMIGHTY!”
D) “It would not be possible to describe more vividly the dual nature of our God who is both Male and Female”
E) “We may, and we must, eat of Him and drink of Him if we are to grow and abide in Him and know Him in fullness” In other words people who are faithful will be drinking from God’s breasts.

The evidences presented, Christians have to accept that the Bible degrades Jesus (p) and many more Prophets. They have turned Jesus into a “hermaphrodite” Prophet. What is more disgusting as J Preston explained is that Jesus (god) will breast feed his/her people like a Mother breast feeds her own sons or daughters. He will be calling them out and say: “Come unto me and drink:” “Open thy mouth wide and I will fill it,” in other words Jesus will be breast feeding his people.

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References:

[1] James Donnegan, Johann Gottlob Schneider A New Greek and English Lexicon. page 795
[2] Michael H. Burer and Jeffery Edward Miller A New Reader’s Lexicon of the Greek New Testament, page 473
[3] George Ricker Berry The Interlinear KJV: Parallel New Testament in Greek and English Based on the Textus Receptus with Lexicon and Synonym Page 62
[4] Edward Maltby, Thomas Morell  A new and complete Greek gradus: or, Poetical lexicon of the Greek language. Page 408
[5] James Strong, A Concise Dictionary Of The Words In The Greek Testament; With Their Renderings In The Authorized English Version,  page 578
[6] Tom Harpur, The Pagan Christ, page 211
[7] J Preston Eby, ‘Echoes from Eden’ part 29 http://www.godfire.net/eby/echoes/eby-echoes_from_eden-part29.htm

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23 replies

  1. I understand following muhammad has damaged the ability of any of you Muhammadans to think logically or morally, so I understand why none of you see how this post ends yup embarrassing all of you. I will put this in all caps hoping that this will somehow cure you of Islamicities, which is a very dangerous virus that destroys all rationality and moral purity:

    SINCE THE WORD MASTOS IS APPLIED TO JESUS IN REVELATION 1:12-18 WHO IS DESCRIBED AS THE SON OF MAN AND THE SON OF GOD, NOT THE DAUGHTER OF WOMAN OR THE DAUGHTER OF GOD/GODDESS, THIS IN ITSELF REFUTES THE BOLDFACED LIE THAT MASTOS IS USED ONLY FOR FEMALE BREASTS SINCE THE VERY PASSAGE YOU CITE SHOWS THAT IT CAN AND DOES REFER TO THE MALE CHEST AREA. IT IS SAD THAT THE QURAN HAS SEVERELY BRAIN DAMAGED ALL OF YOU WHICH IS WHY YOU ARE INCAPABLE OF SEEING THAT THE VERY PASSAGE WHICH YOU TRIED TO BUTCHER ENDS UP BECOMING THE UTTER ANNIHILATION OF YOUR SHAMELESS AND DESPERATE MANHANDLING OF GOD’S WORD, THE VERY WORD WHICH CONDEMNS MUHAMMAD AS AN ANTICHRIST AND FALSE PROPHET.

    Once again, I want to personally thank Willams and Ibn Muta for helping me shame your profit for the glory of Jesus, Muhammad’s God and Judge. Much appreciated.

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    • “THIS IN ITSELF REFUTES THE BOLDFACED LIE THAT MASTOS IS USED ONLY FOR FEMALE BREASTS/////

      Could you show me one verse besides Revelation 1:13 that says it refers to chest? Give me one verse besides revelation that refers Mastos to a man’s chest rather than woman’s boobies ? Go ahead show us the evidence and embarrass yourself ;P

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    • I understand that following Muhammad makes it hard for you to grasp basic logic and common sense but I will go ahead and answer you, hoping that this will help cure you of Islamicitis.

      The way dictionaries and lexicons work is by seeing how words are used throughout a given period and then cataloguing all the various usages of that specific word. Therefore, since mastos is applied to Jesus who is a male subject just as the passage you cited shows, this means that mastos does in fact refer to male nipples and not just female breasts. This means that any serious, responsible scholar, linguist etc., would look to this passage as a proof, as an example that mastos also refers to the male nipples, and therefore to the male chest area. A linguist or lexicographer doesn’t try to butcher the meaning by forcing it to agree with the way it is used in other instances, but would incorporate this additional meaning in his/her work. However, being a follower of Muhammad I understand why this logic escapes your brain.

      And, as I have stated before, this is a further indication of why you are deafly afraid to have a public debate with me since the garbage you produce is so bad, so pathetic, that you know better than to defend this trash against me since you know what I would to do you for all to see and hear.

      Time for you to return to your key board and hide behind your blog.

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    • So you can’t find a single verse that agrees with your interpretation instead you want me to rely on a layman like you?

      So you agree that wherever that word is used besides Revelations in refers to a woman’s boobies. So you agree, just like scholars quoted earlier that the Bible says Jesus had tits.

      You should condemn your Bible for having these filthy verses about Jesus, not us.

      I have told you why we don’t debate harlots like you. When you fix up your manners and stop your filthy attacks, then we may, just may give you a debate.

      NO ONE IS AFRAID OF YOU. No one is afraid of a mental midget like you.

      James White gets regular debates, why? because he knows how to talk and respect each other’s faiths without vulgar attacks. Nobody is afraid of scholarly assessment of Islam or any other religion for that matter. What people are put off with is you, and others constantly making lies up and using vulgar language. Nobody wants to debate filthy people like you.

      BTW, how does it feel that respected James White gets debates regularly with scholars while you’re scratching your belly and only get to debate with kids on Facebook ?

      Thank you again for proving that your Bible says that Jesus had boobies. Ouch 😉

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    • Sam, i’m still not sure whether you don’t know how to spell prophet, or you do it on purpose.

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    • I also don’t get why you bring Muhammad into discussions on topics that have nothing to do with him. Do you love him that much?

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  2. Is this post serious? Men have nipples in case you haven’t noticed.

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    • SG,
      Thanks for your lesson in men’s anatomy, but try to deal with the actual argument.

      The argument is that the Greek word “μαστός” (Mastos) specifically refers to female breasts.

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  3. This provides yet more evidence that the unknown authors of the Greek NT were not divinely inspired, otherwise they would not have made the egregious rookie mistake of saying that Jesus had female breasts.

    On the upside this may provide scriptural support for David Wood’s cross dressing! 😂

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  4. The video below is for the guy who posted an article where it said a muslim ‘imam’ wants to make australia Islamic or something.

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  5. The word “breast” is used for both male and female humans.

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    • Thanks Captain obvious.

      The argument is that the Greek word “μαστός” (Mastos) specifically refers to female breasts.

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  6. “So we see from the above 3 references they make NO mention of “Man’s breasts.”

    Selective quote mining again? Even though two of the reference nipples? Just to show how deceptive your tactics are here are three lexicons. Try to learn how etymology works- you are 0/2 on this now. Notice how they all lost Rev 1:13 as “mans breasts” or “nipples”

    https://www.blueletterbible.org/lang/lexicon/lexicon.cfm?t=kjv&strongs=g3149

    http://www.biblestudytools.com/lexicons/greek/nas/mastos.html

    Thayer’s Greek Lexicon
    STRONGS NT 3149: μαζός

    μαζός, μαζου, ὁ, the breast: of a man, Revelation 1:13 Lachmann ((see μαστός). From Homer down.)
    STRONGS NT 3149: μασθόςμασθός, Doric for μαστός (which see): Revelation 1:13 Tdf. (this form seems to be Western (Hort, Appendix, p. 149)).

    STRONGS NT 3149: μαστόςμαστός, μαστοῦ, ὁ (μάσσω to knead (more probably akin to μαδάω, Latinmadidus, etc.; cf. Vanicek, p. 693; Curtius, § 456)), from Sophocles, Herodotus down; the breast (for שַׁד, Job 3:12; Song of Solomon 1:13, etc.); plural, the breasts (nipples) of a man, Revelation 1:13 R G Tr WH (here Tdf. μασθοις (cf. WH’s Appendix, p. 149a), Lachmann μαζοις); breasts of a woman, Luke 11:27; Luke 23:29.

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    • So Paulus, Suppose “mastos” means both male and female breasts, how would you know that it doesn’t refer to women’s breast? and what would you do with the interpretations of some Biblical scholars who , based on this verse, believe that God was a “Mother”. For that you would need to bring other statement from Jesus or his disciples that would show that Jesus didn’t have female breasts. Why can’t you be logical and provide evidence, instead shooting filth from your mouth all the time.

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    • Evidence? I just gave you lexicon evidence.

      “how would you know that it doesn’t refer to women’s breast?”

      The context. The context determines meaning not the other way round. We don’t pick a meaning that suits our bias and then force that into the context.

      As you well know anyone can find any ‘scholar’ that would agree with them. I could likewise post several biblical scholars that interpret the text differently to those cited

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    • @Paulus: I don’t have a problem with you interpreting the word your way. But keep this in mind when you try to shove the Arabic and your distortion down Muslims throat. Majority of the garbage on your website is of this type. Remember your post on Prophet clothing? What did you did there? You have derived a meaning of few Arabic words which lexically can mean women’s dress, men’s cloth, comforter, blanket, covering, sheet, a piece of cloth, and you insist that it must mean women’s dress. Then you applied that meaning to Prophet to prove that he used to wear women’ clothing. Despite there being plethora of evidence that Prophet prohibited cross dressing. and not a single evidence that he ever wore a women’s dress.

      So when Muslim interpret the word lihaf, thoub, mirt in the ahadeeth they have always understood , with definitive proof, that it meant what is described in all books of fiqh on that topic.

      And when it comes to Bible, despite there being no other evidence from Jesus or his disciples or any other usage within Bible, that “mastos” exclusively means men’s breast and that it can’t mean women’s breast, to you it must mean men’s breast. Actually am not aware any use of “mastos” to men’s breast anywhere in NT. I will like to be proven wrong.

      So for you even a full fledged evidence when it relates to Islam means nothing, but when it comes to your theology even the flimsiest evidence in your favor will suffice!

      Talk about double standard. Do you know people don’t take you seriously. This is one of the reasons why.

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  7. “[20.25] He said: O my Lord! Expand my breast for me,”

    In the Koran Moses seems to be a woman who has an inferiority complex 🙂

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    • “sadr” in in Qur’an is used to designate the chest area. I am not aware of any usage of this word mean women’s breast. You may want to do some research before posting.

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  8. Sam Shamoun, if you believe the Prophet wore women’s clothing then wouldn’t you readily accept the claims of this verse being the most degrading Bible verse if consistent?

    Oh and what’s your view on your colleague calling Jesus “ugly”?

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  9. So far I could see following places where “chest, breast or pap) appears in NT .

    Luke 11:27: mastos

    Luke 18:13 :stēthos

    Luke 23:29 : mastos

    Luke 23:48 stēthos

    Ephesians 6:14 thōrax

    Rev 1:13: mastos

    Rev 9:9 thōrax

    Rev 9:17 thōrax

    Rev 15:6 stēthos

    So now can some one explain to me why in Rev 1:13 the word “mastos” doesn’t mean women’s breast when in fact every where it has been used in that meaning. and everywhere else when the intended meaning was men’s breast then different words were used.

    We need to see the evidence before we dismiss the author of this article.

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