Here's a question that I guarantee no one has ever thought of!

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  • nowwhat?

    Unlike men who took no note, Surely the fallen angels knew of gods plan to flood the earth, so why didn't they build an ark(s) for their Nephilum sons?

  • Simon

    The bible has many, many plot holes and crazy stories.

    I like the ones that really get dafter and sillier the more you think about them. The OT is full of them.

    Take the story of Sampson for instance.

    First, there's a guy with super powers who killed 1,000 soldiers with nothing more than a donkey's jawbone.

    Forget the 1,000 people bit, which is mental, what about that super-strong donkey bone that didn't break for all that?! Incredible ...

    More incredible still, they discover that the secret to his super-powers is his hair. So Delilah seduces him, gives him a haircut and bam, captured.

    What do the "OMG, that guy killed 1,000 soldiers with a donkey-bone!" people do? Obviously they kill him immediately, because he's too dangerous to be kept alive and ... wait, they don't? OK, so they at last are going to assign a barber to give that mofo a haircut every day so that ... oh, they don't do that either?

    No, instead they let him grow it out, all gather to a structurally unsound building and pull him in to stand at its weak point and he kills the lot of them.

    This is the kind of laughable plot that wouldn't be seen again until the mid 2000's Twilight movies.

    That's without even getting to the logistics of capturing 300 foxes in one night and tying them together by their tails.

    Take the story of Sampson for instance.


    Who needs Hollywood scriptwriters when you already have a Bible story that has drama, suspense, and unbelievable twists and turns? Imagine the story of a man who visits prostitutes, kills a 1,000 man army with a skull bone, kills a lion with his bare hands, loses his strength by getting a haircut, gets his eyes gouged out, works at a grain mill and tears down columns with his bare hands, killing himself and the Philistines!

    The biblical account states that Samson was a Nazirite and that he was given immense strength to aid him against his enemies and allow him to perform superhuman feats, including slaying a lion with his bare hands and massacring an entire army of Philistines (1,000 men ) using only the jawbone of a donkey. However, if Samson's long hair were cut, then his Nazirite vow would be violated and he would lose his strength.[
    Samson was betrayed by his lover Delilah, who ordered a servant to cut his hair while he was sleeping and turned him over to his Philistine enemies, who gouged out his eyes and forced him to grind grain in a mill at Gaza. Whilst there his hair began to regrow. When the Philistines took Samson into their temple of Dagon, Samson asked to rest against one of the support pillars; after being granted permission, he prayed to God and miraculously recovered his strength, allowing him to grasp hold of the columns and tear them down, killing himself and all the Philistines with him.
  • stan livedeath
    stan livedeath

    i thought he used the ass bone of a jew.

  • waton

    back to the flood story, ;

    Only these super strong hybrid humans could have possibly build the ark without the benefit of hilti, makita, dewalt, bosch and ryobi.

    foresight seems to not lacking in wayward angels only. what good was that big wash only 2x 2022 years ago?

  • truth_b_known
    Unlike men who took no note, Surely the fallen angels knew of gods plan to flood the earth, so why didn't they build an ark(s) for their Nephilum sons?

    Great question!

    Follow up question - Why not just get your Nephilum kids onto Noah's ark?

  • raymond frantz
    raymond frantz
    Have you ever read the book of the giants? Many answers are there
  • Etude
    "Why not just get your Nephilum kids onto Noah's ark?"

    It was either a sold-out event or the Nephilim couldn't fit through the door.

  • Etude

    The one that always gets me is that Noah did not have a child until he was 500 years old. What did he do for 499 years? If he wasn't hiding the salami, he was surely greasing his staff. That story is more ridiculous than the flood.


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