|Q329 : Are there "Daughters of God" corresponding to the "Sons of God" mentioned in Genesis 6:2?|
If there were sons of god, were there also daughters of god to deceive the sons of man? Will the sons of God return as the days of Noah so shall it be where there are also mermaids, dryads, minotaur's, silver bell plants, cockle shells, etc. present? Will we see cyborgs in the future?
|A329 : by Tony Garland |
The term "sons of God" refers to angelsa.
According to what we know from the Bible, angels are always male—never female. Where their names are given, the names are male (e.g., Gabriel, Michael, Satan) and where they are referenced by a pronoun, the pronoun is always masculine ("he").
Therefore, there are no "daughters of God" in the sense the phrase "sons of God" is used.
Regarding the statement by Jesus about, "as in the days of Noah," it has nothing to say about any situation involving the "sons of God" in the future as some teachers incorrectly assert. This is hoisting the statement out of context and making it say that which it does not.
As Jesus makes clear, He is referring to the sudden, unexpected nature in which God's judgment will fall upon an unsuspecting world—which was also the case at the flood:
For as in the days before the flood, they were eating and drinking, marrying and giving in marriage, until the day that Noah entered the ark, and did not know until the flood came and took them all away, so also will the coming of the Son of Man be.1
As to your questions about mermaids, dryads, minotaurs, silver bell plants, etc., they are unknown both to me and to the Bible, so I’m unable to comment on them.
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