Gilbert House Fellowship #3 – Genesis 5-6

We advance through history from the Garden to the Flood and look at the Enemy’s response to the Protoevangelium, the first prophecy of a coming Savior: The genetic corruption that followed the decision of the Bene Elohim to leave their first estate and take wives from among the daughters of man–in short, the Nephilim.

Also: A discussion of what it means to be created “in the image” of God and the implications for transhumanism and/or the discovery of life elsewhere in the universe; the significance of God creating man and woman, and the occult emphasis on androgyny; the first sacrifice; and the various views of what happened in the days of Noah–specifically, who were the Sons of God?

See additional links and resources below.

Links:

  • Dr. Michael S. Heiser’s essay on “The Image of God” – click here (opens PDF document)
  • A collection of video presentations by Dr. Heiser on the Sons of God in Genesis 6: click here
  • “Textual Controversy: Mischievous Angels or Sethites?” by Chuck Missler: click here
  • Another view: “Who Are the Sons of God and Daughters of Men in Genesis 6:1-5?” by R.C. Sproul, Jr.: click here
  • Noah Primeval by Brian Godawa, Book One of his Chronicles of the Nephilim series
  • Wayback by Sam Batterman, another fictional look at the story of Noah
  • Buoyancy and Stability of Noah’s Ark” by Dr. Jonathan Henry (link opens PDF document)

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4 Responses to Gilbert House Fellowship #3 – Genesis 5-6

  1. Rich Cassarino

    Absolutely love these… Just found these studies and I cherish them already. Bless you and all that you do to bring us the Father’s Word.

  2. Jonathan Overstreet

    Have you heard of the Tablet theory? I have only read of it a little and can’t validate it myself so currently hold it as an interesting possibility.
    The basic premise is that Gen: 1-11 has features that might imply a series of autobiographical testimonies, which very well could have been written down and passed on generation to generation till Moses got them and compiled them into the Torah with God’s direction.
    If true it is interesting and lends even more depth to the integrity of the knowledge reaching from Adam to Moses.

  3. Andrew Boggs

    I began listening to these a few months after you started via a podcast app. As with all of us life happens and I fell away from the deep study, my faith did no wane but business took over. In the last weeks I have begun back with this study. Thank you so much for your service through sky-watch and on your own. Prayers and blessing for you and your coworkers and family.

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