The “Seed of Satan” Does the Devil Have Offspring on this Earth

  • The “Seed of Satan” Does the Devil Have Offspring on this Earth? Part 7

     

    Can Messenger (Angels Marry?)

     

    Seedline advocates often point to Genesis the sixth chapter as 'proof' that messengers (angelic) beings can (or could, before the Flood) cohabit with women and engender children.

    Let's read a portion of the text and see if the theory holds up. 'And it came to pass, when men began to multiply on the face of the earth, and daughter were born unto them, That the sons of Yahvah saw the daughters of men that they were fair and they took them wives of all which they chose' (vs 1-2).

    Seedline preachers tell us that the 'sons of Yahvah' were messengers (angels)--in this case, fallend messengers (angels), or demons, who were merely folliwing along in the talon-tracks of their diabolical leader. They assume that because the expression 'sons of Yahvah' is used of messengers (angels) a few times in the Hebrew Testament, it must be speaking of messenger (angels) in this passage.

    However, they entirely overlook the fact that the expression 'sons of Yahvah' ( or 'children of Yahvah') is used far more often of HUMAN BEINGS—particularly Yahvah-fearing human beings—than of messengers (angels). Further, it never seems to occur to seedline proponents that 'sons of Yahvah' is hardly an appropriate expression for demonic spirits!

    If we understand 'sons of Yahvah' to meran Yahvah-fearing human being, than the major theme of the chapter becomes crystal clear: Yahvah-fearing men married the daughters of men who did not fear Yahvah. This led to less Yahvah-fearing and more of the opposite—until, finally, there were not Yahvah-fearing people left, except for Noah (please read the entire chapter).

    The origin of the 'giants (Hebrew nephilim) mentioned in verse 4 is not clear. The verse seems to say that they were on the earth before the “sons of Yahvah' took wives of the 'daughters of men.' Whether this is corrdct or not, there is certainly no reason to believe the that nephilim were half-human/haf messenger (angel) creatures. A simple concordant study of the word will show that nephilim 'gians' were still on the earth long after the Flood.

    After considering the facts—after accepting what the text does say, and dismissing what it does not say—we find no support for the 'messengers (angels) married women theory. Our position is further strengthened by Yahvahosha's statement that the 'chidren of the resurrection' shall be 'like the messengers (angels)' in that they 'neither marry, nor are given in marriage. Neither can they die anymore.' Lk 20:35-36.

    Clearly Genesis the sixth chapter provides no support for the 'seed of Satan' doctrine! To Be Cont.

Comments

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  • Crystal Roden
    Crystal Roden Actually it's a mute point seeing as how the scripture says that Noah was perfect in his generations, therefore not contaminated with the seed of the fallen angels and only Noah and his family survived the flood. The fallen angels who left their estate...  more
    Sep 10 - Report
  • Apostle Dr. T
    Apostle Dr. T Sis Roden, it is not a mute point, because there are Preachers whom are "Seedline Preachers" that preach such dontrine and use Scripture that seems to prove they are right. Now do we know for certain when Satan and the fallen Messengers...  more
    Sep 11 - Report
  • Crystal Roden
    Crystal Roden I just don't believe the Nephilim are still on the earth and I don't know if they someday will be again seeing as how the scripture says that as it was in the days of Noah so would it be when the Lord returns.......
    Sep 11 - Report
  • Apostle Dr. T
    Apostle Dr. T They are not still on the earth. What I was trying to say Sis. Roden, is we don't know the exact time line when they were gone and departed. But if we listen too the "seedline preachers" they will try to tell you things that are not true. This...  more