This is a summary of 3 detailed posts has been made on "Did Angels Have Sex with Women based on Genesis 6? by Tim Warner" and they can be viewed via these links:- Part 1 Did Angels Have Sex with Women based on Genesis 6? – Introduction Part 2 Did Angels Have Sex with Women … Continue reading Short Summary of Did Fallen Angels Have Sex with Daughters Of Men and produce Hybrid Nephilim Giants
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
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
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
This concept may seem strange to modern “westernized” Christians. But, our pop culture’s thinking regarding gender roles, equality, a 50-50 partnership, etc., is an anomaly in world history. The role of the man as head and priest of his wife and family has been unquestioned tradition in Jewish and Christian societies from the creation until recent times.
By Marshall Beretta Feb 3, 2010 Comment and Statement by Tom:- The Greek word for “fornication” is “porneia”, which means harlotry (including adultery and incest); figuratively, idolatry: The NKJ renders “fornication” as “sexual immorality.” The NIV renders it as “marital unfaithfulness/infidelity.” As you can see Christianity has made up its own meaning of fornication to … Continue reading Has Christianity Made Up Its Own Meaning of Fornication to Mean Sex Before Marriage?