- Mar 15, 2017
They don’t count as biblical information but they do bear the imprint of history behind the myth. In an analogous way, the Bible says nothing of UFOs and it is down to our investigative and deductive capacities (informed by sound doctrine) to discern what they truly are. I would suggest that same principle applies to the Nephilim.They don't count. You know as a Christian that the Word of God is the truth. It is the inspired word of God written by men who were guided by the Holy Spirit. The Bible says its messages cannot be broken or proved untrue (John 10:35, 2 Timothy 3:16, 2 Peter 1:21). The Word of God is infallible. Anything, any doctrine that goes against the Bible, that does not harmonise with it is false and should be rejected.