6,000 years ago a war began. A war to rule Heaven and Earth that dates all the way back to the Garden of Eden. In the Garden, God told Satan that one day a woman would give birth to a male child – the Messiah, who would redeem humanity and destroy him. In order to prevent this child’s birth, Satan instigated a fallen angelic rebellion. A group of angels broke off their allegiance to the Lord and entered the earthly realm to corrupt the human gene pool and prevent the Savior’s birth. These fallen angels (“sons of God”) took human wives (“daughters of men”) and had children with them. Their offspring – hybrid half-human, half-angelic beings, were superhuman giants known as the Nephilim. With human DNA corrupted and humanity hanging in the balance, The Lord unleashed a punishment against the Nephilim so severe, only Noah and his family would survive.
This is the first comprehensive Biblical study of the Nephilim. Using only Scripture, we are given a complete picture of the war between two bloodlines – the lineage of the Messiah and the seed of Satan. Prepare for startling new revelations that will challenge some of the basic conceptions about the Nephilim. Exploring passages rarely connected to the giants, some of the most challenging questions in the Bible regarding the Nephilim will be answered, including:
- Why did Pharaoh order all male children to be thrown in the river and Herod execute all male children in Bethlehem?
- How were angels able to reproduce with human women?
- Who was the first human woman to marry the “sons of God”?
- Who was the fallen angelic ruler of the preflood world?
- How do extra-Biblical texts compare to the Biblical account?
- How did the Nephilim return after the Flood and are there still Nephilim among us?
This is the story of God’s enduring love for all people and His promise to bring redemption through the blood of the Savior. This is the Judgment of the Nephilim.
I couldn’t put this book down. It is easy to read and explains a great deal of the purpose of Old Testiment events. I can’t wait to read the next study.
Todd Hampson –
Love this book. I have read a handful of books on the topic and this is the most well researched, easy to understand, and most importantly—thoroughly Biblical work I have read to date. So well documented and follows a logical path with each chapter building on the previous chapter. Wow!
Gilbert A. De Armas Jr. –
Thank you, thank you. My value as a Bible teacher is immensely enhanced with the content of your book. Insights continually are coming to me for not only the sake of learning, but for seeing the correlations between ancient times and today, 221st century. Thank you again.
James Nusky –
Fantastic book. I have never understood the Old Testament until I read this book. Great read. I must read this again. A pure study guide. Great job Ryan. Hope you continue writing.
This book will change the way you see the world and give you an incredible insight and knowledge of history. It will also ignite a passion for reading the Bible.
Just finished the book. Very good. Not full of non-scripture references like a lot similar subject books. Just brings things together. Cant wait for the next one!
I agree. This book has great insights into the scripture. Especially(but not soley) dealing with the Nephalim. Good read, with exhaustive(in a good way, lol) amounts of scripture to proof and bring together the account. I love it, i have bought 3 copies, and will most likely get others as gifts.
Thanks And God bless.
Debbie Rowland –
I just LOVED this book. It has opened my eyes to the words and phrases that I have never been able to understand, often contributing to a language barrier or just confusing text. I have always understood the Old Testament to be love letters from God foreshadowing the coming Messiah. And I have always believed that Genesis 6 was insight to angels of heaven fornicating with women of mankind (Even though no one in my church will speak of it). It makes much more sense now that our inheritance has been at stake from the beginning not only from our human sin but from the presence and potential to corrupt the divine gene by fallen angels . How much more I pray with thanksgiving and gratefulness and a new appreciation that God has protected His divine posterity.
Dustin Pas –
The Biblical detail in this book has broadened my studies, understanding and perspective on this subject of God’s love and necessary use of eliminating the Nephilim affiliated culture. Great job!
Shelley Aleman –
As a big fan of Michael Heiser, it’s hard to believe that I found this book as good as all of Heiser’s scholarly publications. I own it in audible, but need a hard copy that I can mark up & annotate. We are using it as a source in our podcast. The book is intelligent, but not cumbersome. I really appreciate the cites throughout the book as well. And, most importantly, it is biblically dependant and sound!