Did Angels Have Sex with Women based on Genesis 6? – Part 1 Introduction

The “Sons of God (Angels) ” and the “Daughters of Men (Women)” 1. Introduction “O Timothy! Guard what was committed to your trust, avoiding the profane and idle babblings and contradictions of what is falsely called knowledge — by professing it some have strayed concerning the faith. Grace be with you. Amen.”1 “Therefore rebuke them … Continue reading Did Angels Have Sex with Women based on Genesis 6? – Part 1 Introduction

Did Angels Have Sex with Women based on Genesis 6? – Part 2 Nephilim

If you have not read part 1 then please click here. The Nephilim (Giants) Moses continued in verse 4 to explain that the offspring of the “sons of God” became very violent men, just like the sons of Cain and the other sons of Adam. Those who claim that angels fornicated with women claim that … Continue reading Did Angels Have Sex with Women based on Genesis 6? – Part 2 Nephilim

Did Angels Have Sex with Women based on Genesis 6? – Part 3 Source of Fallen Angels Myth

1. Angels Are Not Equipped to Procreate Reproduction was designed by God. The first man was called “Adam,” which means “earthling,” because he was made from the dust of the ground. When God formed all of His physical creatures, He limited their reproduction compatibility to the same “kind.” Every creature of God only reproduces after … Continue reading Did Angels Have Sex with Women based on Genesis 6? – Part 3 Source of Fallen Angels Myth

The One True God is the Father Only

The Bible teaches monotheism from Genesis to Revelation. The New Testament does not in any way compromise the Shema: “Hear O Israel, the LORD our God, the LORD is one.” Deuteronomy 6:4 Jesus affirmed the Shema without reservation:   Mark 12:28-34 28 Then one of the scribes came, and having heard them reasoning together, perceiving … Continue reading The One True God is the Father Only

The Rich Man & Lazarus is Not a Picture of Heaven and Hell Luke 16:19-31

The allegory/parable of the Rich Man and Lazarus found in Luke 16:19-31 has been taught that it shows that we are alive after death but in different areas based upon if you were good or bad. Firstly, all parables are not based on real historical events, but use imagery that the hearers would have understood. … Continue reading The Rich Man & Lazarus is Not a Picture of Heaven and Hell Luke 16:19-31

The Apostolic Preaching

The Apostles were under the teaching of Jesus for three and a half years. They heard all of His teaching on the Kingdom and eternal inheritance not only the few excerpts recorded in the Gospels. In fact, on the Sunday of His resurrection, while walking unrecognized along the road to Emmaus, “beginning at Moses and … Continue reading The Apostolic Preaching

The Millennial Week Calendar -According to Scripture

The pervasiveness of the millennial week chronology among the early Christian writers close to the Apostles cannot be denied. Many writers mentioned it as fact, but none gave a very full explanation of the biblical support for such a calendar. The primary justification offered was the claim that the creation week was both history and … Continue reading The Millennial Week Calendar -According to Scripture

Conditional Security versus Unconditional Eternal Security

HISTORY There is no trace of unconditional eternal security for the first 1,500 years of Christianity.  a) Irenaeus’ (disciple of Polycarp, disciple of John) comments are typical: “And to as many as continue in their love towards God, does He grant communion with Him. But communion with God is life and light, and the enjoyment … Continue reading Conditional Security versus Unconditional Eternal Security

The Passover Controversy among the Early Church Assemblies

From the time of Christ until the destruction of Jerusalem in AD 70, Christianity was considered to be a sect of Judaism by Christians,[1] Jews, 2 and the Roman authorities. The dispute over whether Jesus was the prophesied Messiah was an internal theological debate, which is why Paul was able to enter the diaspora synagogues … Continue reading The Passover Controversy among the Early Church Assemblies

The meaning of “Heavenly” in Ephesians and Hebrews

One of Satan’s schemes against the pristine Faith has been the corruption of a few Greek adjectives used by Paul. These misunderstood terms have been used to covertly smuggle Gnosticism into Christian theology, and to make it extremely difficult to discover and remove the Gnostic corruptions of pristine Apostolic Christianity that occurred in the 2nd … Continue reading The meaning of “Heavenly” in Ephesians and Hebrews