Part 1 of the Beginning And End Nephilim Series
Genesis 6: The Origin of the Nephilim
Were the “Sons of God” Angels?
Did Angels Have Sexual Relations With Human Women?
The books of 2 Peter and Jude detail the punishment of the angels who committed these sins:
Nephilim Giant Offspring
Why Would Satan Do This?
After the sin of Adam and Eve in the Garden of Eden God pronounced a judgment on Satan:
The Purpose of the Flood in Noah’s Day
The flood served 3 chief purposes: 1) To destroy the Nephilim giants. 2) To punish the angels who committed the illicit relations with women and make an example of them so that no other angels would ever attempt this again and 3) to save humanity from certain destruction.
Nephilim Giants After The Flood
“ There were giants in the earth in those days; and also after that…” — Genesis 6:4
The Bloodlines of the Nephilim
Why Would God Allow Nephilim DNA to Make It Through the Flood?
The Curse of Canaan
It is interesting to note is that the verse 9 states that Nimrod “began to be a mighty one in the earth.” The term for “mighty one”, gibborim, is the same Hebrew phrase used to describe the Nephilim giants in Chapter 6 of Genesis who were “mighty men”. It is also the same term used to describe the giant Goliath in 1 Samuel 17:51. Was Nimrod a Nephilim? In mythology, Nimrod is known by many names, among them Gilgamesh and Osiris, who were worshiped as gods. In Sumerian texts he is described as “2/3 god, 1/3 man.” The Hebrew word for “began” in the verse is chalal, which means, “to profane, desecrate or pollute oneself, begin, ritually or sexually”.
Matthew Henry’s Bible commentary on this passage states:
Casluhim and Capthor
In fact, as will be shown, the Philistine nation was the final “hideout” for the remnant of the Nephilim giants. And they can be traced back to Casluhim, the son of Mizraim and grandson of the evil Ham.
EXCITING NEW ANNOUNCEMENT – JUDGMENT OF THE NEPHILIM
- The Biblical location of the heavenly portal used by angels to enter the earthly realm.
- Who was the first mother of a Nephilim?
- The specific timing and description of God’s punishment of the rebel Sons of God and the Nephilim
- How did the Nephilim return after the flood?
- The Biblical connection between demons and the Nephilim
- The connection to Atlantis and the gods and demigods of mythology.
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