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According to Genesis 6:4 of the Bible, the Nephilim /ˈnɛfᵻˌlɪm/ (Hebrew: נְפִילִים ) were the offspring of the "sons of God" and the "daughters of men" before ... More »

Who Are the Nephilim? - Biblical Archaeology Society


Jan 3, 2016 ... Genesis 6:1–4 tells the readers that the Nephilim, which means “fallen ones” when translated into English, were the product of copulation ...

Nephilim Definition and Meaning - Bible Dictionary - Bible Study Tools


Definition and meaning:NEPHILIM nef'-i-lim (nephilim): This word, translated ' giants' in the King James Version, but retained in the Revised Version (British and ...

Who / what were the Nephilim? - Got Questions


Answer: The Nephilim (“fallen ones, giants”) were the offspring of sexual relationships between the sons of God and daughters of men in Genesis 6:1–4. There is ...

What are the nephilim? | CARM Christian Apologetics & Research ...


According to Harper's Bible Dictionary, the Nephilim are "people of the pre-Flood generation, the offspring of daughters of men and divine beings (Gen. 6:1-4).

Who Were the Nephilim? | Answers in Genesis


Jul 9, 2008 ... There is a great deal of confusion over the word Nephilim. No one today really knows what it means. It is related to the verb series “to fall” ...

Nephilim | Define Nephilim at Dictionary.com


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Strong's Hebrew: 5303. נְפִילִים (Nephilim) -- "giants," name of two ...


Nephilim: "giants," name of two peoples, one before the flood and one after the ... Transliteration: Nephilim Phonetic Spelling: (nef-eel') Short Definition: Nephilim.

Nephilim | Definition of Nephilim by Merriam-Webster


Define Nephilim: a biblical race of giants or demigods — Nephilim in a sentence.

The Nephilim -- Children of Demons: Spiritual Life in God - CBN.com


The Nephilim were on the earth in those days, and also afterward, when the sons ... The Hebrew for the term "sons of God" is ben elohim, which means literally ...