Originally posted by LeenBekkemaa
QueenoftheDamned, you say by this actually that the Angels and God are different. God is the almighty, and the angels he made. What however if the angels were God. You might say that God is just one person... but look at The Catholic Encyclopedia God is actually plural. Next to this there is also spoken of menkind created to the equal of elohim, in it's plural form. Next to this God is just a name just like Menkind, it is synonymous to all menkind, just like God is for all the angels.
Just look at Ezekiel chapter one, God is described in there. Doesn't look like the almightyness to me.
The angels of which you talk about are the Gods, also look at the Egyptian religion, Ra was just like the other Gods, and Seth and his angels lost, while Ra was just the head of the angels, doesn't mean he wasn't an angel himself.
What if the Gods are exactly the same as the angels?
Originally posted by SimpleTruth
Could not one of the reasons for the rebellion Christ was obviously a child of the human Mary but conceived by the holy spirit, so maybe a spirit doesn't even need physical form to impregnate.
Originally posted by Byrd
A race of giants would leave behind a LOT of artifacts, including not-easily-moved stones and tools. They would have to have had huge houses and huge pots and huge storehouses. You would find these artifacts in major museums, proudly labeled and on display.
There aren't any such artifacts because there wasn't a race of giants. Individuals, yes. Race, no.
Originally posted by junglejake
Goliath was a giant among men. The Bible never gives his exact dimentions. It could have been a 7 foot guy really well built who was the best fighter their army had to offer. Andre was called a giant, but he wasn't 3-7 meters tall. Just huge compared to others.
Originally posted by THENEO
Did you ever study classical architecture?
Notice the proportions of Greek and Egyptian and Roman Temples? Why such a large scale for such small people? Even today with our technology to make life easier we do not do this, even though it would be most gratifying to make buildings of epic proportions. There are people that suggest that the proportions exhibited in classical architecture are indicative of the nephilim.