I woke up the other day, wondering if God had a specific 'God Who Hears' name. I searched the internet, but only got a few hits. I asked my pastor about it, and he didn't know of one, so I thought I'd come to Christianity and ask other Christians if they knew.
I thought my question was about God, and a good fit for this site, but it got several down votes, and just got a close vote.
I'm not Jewish, don't know Hebrew, and didn't expect that the question should have been asked to someone of a different faith.
While I respect that there's a StackExchange site about Judaism, I was simply looking for a Christian answer about God and/or any bible verse about a name for Him.
I do see that there are other questions on this site about names of God. This one, for example, was too broad, but seemed to be on-topic, and gives answers for many (Hebrew and English) names of God.
If God has never been spoken of as God-Who-Hears, can't someone simply say "No, there's no such name," instead of closing the question, or ask me to post it on a Judaism site? My question was really not about Hebrew, but whether a name existed or not. Is that really off-topic for this site?
If I can't get help here, I'll respectfully try another site, but this site still seemed like the more appropriate audience to ask, since I was looking for a Christian/English answer. I'd prefer to improve the question, or remove the Hebrew if that's what people are objecting to, than have it closed.