My reading of scripture leads me to believe that only the Lord God can create ex nihilo; so it seems to me that these spiritual creations demons could not create life or the ingredients of fertility that they would need to implant within a woman in order to create the Nephilim. Greek and other Near Eastern mythology has parallels with the mixing of the gods and humans. Truly we live in times like those before the Flood when unbelief was rampant and the thoughts of humanity were only evil continually. I thought all Nephilim were destroyed during the flood Gen 6: Why would he say that if there were only men angels? Garner Ted Armstrong Evangelistic Association.
Nephilim, Fallen Angels, and Genesis 6
Over time, the whole Earth became corrupt. If spirit beings are able to have sexual relations with humans, it would follow that they could have sexual relations among themselves and produce offspring. In the Psalms, the wicked enemies of David were sometimes called "the sons of men" Psalm 4: Here is Young's "Literal Translation" of the passage:. The world will be eating and drinking, they will be marrying having sex and reproducing, but not with fallen angels , they will be doing their own thing, doing it "their way" or "my way" as a well known song was called. Instead, the phrase and overall concept is overwhelmingly applied in Scripture — not to angels — but to believers! Had I bothered to check before I jumped to a bad conclusion, I would have remembered Genesis 2:
Fallen Angels mistaken as gays
Angels Have No Bodies by: Some of the early Christian writers mistakenly accepted this interpretation Thus, the world became a place filled with violence and hatred and exactly opposite the will of the Creator. I know it can because the bible says so but in terms of how can giants repopulate the earth after the flood when Noah and his family were not giants. They continually mixed with the pagan religions of the nations around them until God had to expel them from the Land of Promise. Let's look at Jude 6 in context, beginning verse 5:
We don't know "how" but we do know "that" as is clear from NT commentaries on this passage: The first and most basic rule of biblical interpretation is letting the Bible explain itself by looking at all the scriptures on the subject. Christ said the world would become in the days before His Return "like in the days of Noah" Matthew For what the Bible does tell us about the devil's forces please see the link: I certainly hope there are other sites out there of spiritual quality, and we do also have to make allowance for different tastes e.
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