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Presuppositional Challenge The OP notes: I believe that the age of Enoch given as 365 years in Genesis 5:23 was intended to establish a clear connection between Enoch and the solar calendar. While I believe the connection itself is fairly clear, I'm struggling to understand its significance. I would challenge that there is nothing "clear" about ...


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If we split the name מְתוּשֶׁלַח into two parts, we have מְתוּ+שֶׁלַח Possibilities for מְתוּ From Akkadian mutu meaning husband, warrior, or man. Although מְתוּ could be related to the word for death, I would prefer the Akkadian cognate (husband, warrior, or man), especially in view of another name that shares this root in Gen 4:18: מְתוֹשָׁאֵל This ...


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Some passages in the Bible are difficult to understand, and have been taken many ways. This is one of them. No matter how we interpret this passage, we must make sure not to be dogmatic about the resulting theology. If we conclude that this passages is likely talking about aliens, we must be careful not to conclude, "therefore the Bible teaches that ...


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The Nephilim were simply the children of the Bene Ha'elohim and the daughters of men. The first part of this term simply means sons of. Therefore, the question revolves around what "elohim" refers to here. There are a couple of things that elohim can refer to. In the Bible, it is typically used to refer to Yahewh (god,) however it can also refer to gods; ...


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From reading Genesis in conjunction the book of Enoch. It appears that the evil seed was sown by the 'Sons of God' when they came into the daughters of men. The resultant mutations were Giants. There is no such thing as aliens. The word of God is catagorical on that issue. Nowhere have beings from another planet ever been mentioned in scripture and we ...


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It amazes me how many people actually entertain the idea of non-corporeal beings copulating with corporeal beings. The idea is certainly not a Biblical one. Let's see what Jesus has to say about non-corporeal beings (angels). Luke 20:24-36 says: And Jesus answering said unto them, The children of this world marry, and are given in marriage: But they which ...


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