In short, it's believers marrying unbelievers producing ungodly children. This interpretation can't be true. Why? Read on in Genesis: "There were giants on the earth in those days, and also afterward, when the sons of God came in to the daughters of men and they bore children to them. Those were the mighty men who were of old; men of renown" (Genesis 6:4). What the?!? Believers marrying unbelievers may produce a mixed-up kid, but certainly not a giant!
Back in Noah's day, the human race was corrupted by fallen angels. They co-habitated with humans and created one heck of a gene-pool problem. This was such a monumental breach of God's order that it provoked a divine judgment. The entire world was destroyed with The Flood. Everyone, every man, woman, and child on the face of the earth was wiped out except Noah. Why? Because only Noah and his family were still fully human. All the others had tainted genes. They were corrupted, in other words. God had no choice but to start over using Noah and his family to repopulate the earth.
Unfortunately, though the Nephilim were destroyed in The Flood, their spirits remained. Mankind would now have to contend with something new: Demonic entities.
So why didn't God destroy their spirits, too, if they were such an affront? We don't know. Maybe the consequences of this particular sin meant having to contend with disembodied evil spirits until the final judgment.
We do know this: The human spirit is eternal. It cannot be destroyed and will spend eternity in either heaven or hell. Those who choose to repent of their sin and be redeemed by the death of Christ will spend eternity in heaven. But those who choose to ignore God's offer of salvation will spend eternity in hell.
The Nephilim were conceived in direct opposition to God and were neither human nor angel. They cannot be redeemed, in other words. When a Nephilim dies, its spirit cannot enter heaven, it is left 'homeless', looking for a place to enter in. It's demonic, and because it's disembodied, it tries to find a host body, hence the Biblical references to demonic possession (Luke 4:33, 11:19; Acts 16:16).
So what does all this have to do with UFOs?
We believe the world is being set up for the biggest deception ever perpetrated against mankind. Demonic entities, in the guise of extraterrestrials, have been engaged in a subterfuge that will effect the destiny of every man, woman, and child on the planet. These 'aliens' spout pantheistic philosophies and an Eastern-mystical worldview that perfectly mirrors a New Age mindset: God is everything and everything is god. There is no personal creator.
A theme of ecological disaster permeates their rhetoric and sets them up as our saviors. They claim we are destroying the earth and it is their job to stop us.
The question is: Are these 'aliens' from other planets or spiritual entities from another dimension?
A wise man once said: Only when studying God's truth can you discern what's right or wrong, true or false, profitable or foolish.
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