Started by Neph, February 20, 2009, 12:27:04 am
Quote from: The Lord is my banner on February 20, 2009, 04:02:17 amAre you sure you want them all?!
QuoteFirstly - since it appears that nephilim were BAD guys, why have you chosen to name yourself after them?! I think of you as a "good guy" and have always wondered about that choice.
Quote(More questions when I've re-read your posts - I have already jotted down 2 or 3...)
Quote from: bill16652 on February 20, 2009, 10:15:52 amHave you ever read Dake?
Quote from: leadworship on February 20, 2009, 08:29:43 amI always enjoy the discussions and learning about the Nephilim. I like how you left out the book of Enoch altogether so as to keep a biblical perspective. I have to get ready to go to a marriage retreat, but I'm looking forward to catching up when I get back.
Quote from: DianeL on February 20, 2009, 07:03:21 amI find this fascinating! My interest increased when my brother sent me an email because of watching the Discovery Channel, a program about God driving a spaceship and the Ark is a representation of the Holy Spirit, God zaps the ark which in turn provides power that people can use for good or bad - (sic). I went over to CF and copied your teaching on the Neph (Sons of God) and sent it to him as he asked about the sons of God.
QuoteAnyhow, I found on god.tv - God on Demand - End Times - Alien Encounters - amazing teaching by Dr. Chuck Messler and Dr. Eastman as well as other great teachings (Barry Smith), etc....
Quote[/SIZE] As it was noted "as in the days of Noah", there may be a correlation between inter-dimensional beings (aliens) appearing on the scene today to the Neph of old. Very interesting stuff - presented in a very non-religious way. It seems God has prepared a 'special' place in hell for these beings (fallen angels) who have left their habitation.
Quote from: Alpine on February 20, 2009, 08:06:57 amI'm skeptical when it comes to the view that angels and humans cross breeded. I mean, it's an intriguing thought that it actually could have happened, yet hard to imagine. Also, if there were millions of these gigantic Nephilim wandering around, I'd like to see more archeological proof. I mean, from what I understand, the only kind of skeletons they ever dig up in the middle east is normal sized people. Not 20 foot tall people.
Quote from: The Lord is my banner on February 20, 2009, 04:49:02 amOk, here goes...
Quote[/SIZE] This teaching says that the Flood was sent for the express purpose of ridding the earth of Nephilim, but there are two problems with this: Firstly, we're told God was judging mankind, not angels or demons or whatever else. All those people of Noah's time died unnecesarily if Nephilim rather than humans were being judged.
Quote[/SIZE] Secondly, it didn't work for long, since it appears that many of the Nephilim simply hid out "elsewhere" and repopulated the earth a few years later. God must have known that would happen, yet He destroyed practically everything to get rid of them. That doesn't make sense to me.
Quote from: JTM3 on February 20, 2009, 12:12:55 pmPerry Stone has a great teaching on this. I'm not sure if you've alluded to it yet cause I haven't read your post yet but Perry says Goliath was a descendant of the Nephilim (or an actual Nephilim?) and an actual giant.
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