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“The Nephilim were on the earth in those days—and also afterward—whenever the sons of God went in to the daughters of men, who bore to them children. They were the mighty men of antiquity, men of renown.” — Genesis 6:4 Few sections of the Bible have been as controversial and misunderstood as Genesis 6:1–4. Who were the Nephilim? Were they giants? And who were the sons of “The Nephilim were on the earth in those days—and also afterward—whenever the sons of God went in to the daughters of men, who bore to them children. They were the mighty men of antiquity, men of renown.” — Genesis 6:4 Few sections of the Bible have been as controversial and misunderstood as Genesis 6:1–4. Who were the Nephilim? Were they giants? And who were the sons of God? Fallen angels, godly men, or wicked tyrants? Wild speculations and sensational claims abound, generating more questions than answers. Regrettably, this misinformation leads many to adopt conspiracy theories while others either avoid the topic altogether or believe there is no hope of discerning the meaning of these verses. Fallen is the answer. This detailed and easy-to-follow book represents the most comprehensive treatment of the Nephilim and the sons of God. Carefully and thoroughly researched, Fallen examines the biblical and historical data to clear up the confusion. Join researcher Tim Chaffey as he… Analyzes the three major views of the sons of God Reveals the truth about the divine council Addresses what Jesus said about these matters Investigates the biblical teaching about giants Explores similar records from ancient cultures Readers of Fallen will discover its relevance to modern issues and importance in the biblical narrative. Genesis 6:1–4 will no longer be a mystery.


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“The Nephilim were on the earth in those days—and also afterward—whenever the sons of God went in to the daughters of men, who bore to them children. They were the mighty men of antiquity, men of renown.” — Genesis 6:4 Few sections of the Bible have been as controversial and misunderstood as Genesis 6:1–4. Who were the Nephilim? Were they giants? And who were the sons of “The Nephilim were on the earth in those days—and also afterward—whenever the sons of God went in to the daughters of men, who bore to them children. They were the mighty men of antiquity, men of renown.” — Genesis 6:4 Few sections of the Bible have been as controversial and misunderstood as Genesis 6:1–4. Who were the Nephilim? Were they giants? And who were the sons of God? Fallen angels, godly men, or wicked tyrants? Wild speculations and sensational claims abound, generating more questions than answers. Regrettably, this misinformation leads many to adopt conspiracy theories while others either avoid the topic altogether or believe there is no hope of discerning the meaning of these verses. Fallen is the answer. This detailed and easy-to-follow book represents the most comprehensive treatment of the Nephilim and the sons of God. Carefully and thoroughly researched, Fallen examines the biblical and historical data to clear up the confusion. Join researcher Tim Chaffey as he… Analyzes the three major views of the sons of God Reveals the truth about the divine council Addresses what Jesus said about these matters Investigates the biblical teaching about giants Explores similar records from ancient cultures Readers of Fallen will discover its relevance to modern issues and importance in the biblical narrative. Genesis 6:1–4 will no longer be a mystery.

35 review for Fallen: The Sons of God and the Nephilim

  1. 4 out of 5

    Joe Westbrook

    Having read Tim Chaffey’s original thesis in 2013, I was excited to see this popular level work that expands on that thesis. Working through the three major views regarding the Sons of God in Genesis 6:1-4 (Royalty, Sethite, and Fallen Angel), Tim makes a compelling case that the Fallen Angel view is the correct view. Tim does an excellent job surveying Scripture (the most important resource on any biblical matter), the early church fathers, the apocrypha, and history to demonstrate that the Fall Having read Tim Chaffey’s original thesis in 2013, I was excited to see this popular level work that expands on that thesis. Working through the three major views regarding the Sons of God in Genesis 6:1-4 (Royalty, Sethite, and Fallen Angel), Tim makes a compelling case that the Fallen Angel view is the correct view. Tim does an excellent job surveying Scripture (the most important resource on any biblical matter), the early church fathers, the apocrypha, and history to demonstrate that the Fallen Angel view was the dominant view held until the time of St. Augustine (when allegorizing Scripture became a more popular way of handling the Bible) and that the view has regained acceptability in the last 50-100 years as Christians have been returning to a more straightforward reading of the text (aided by discoveries such as the Dead Sea Scrolls). I had no trouble agreeing with Tim’s conclusions about the Sons of God before reading his book, but the addition of his discussion of the Divine Council clarified other details in the Bible for me. As Tim readily admits, this issue is not one worth causing a church split, but it DOES contribute to the conversation regarding the authority and reliability of Scripture.

  2. 4 out of 5

    Paul

    An excellent review of the theory that the sons of God of Genesis 6 are fallen angels. Though I do not share this view, this book is the best survey of that theory that I have read, and should form part of any creationist's library.

  3. 4 out of 5

    Rick Davis

    Very thorough treatise on the subject of the Sons of God and the Nephilim. I found Chaffey's book to be well researched and he uses Scripture throughout his writing. It isn't light or casual reading, but best described as an academic work.

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