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Nephilim Giants | As The Days of Noah Were | Part 1

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How do the words of Christ on the Mount of Olives (Olivet Discourse) connect Noah’s Flood, Sodom & Gomorrah, Ancient Mythology (gods, goddesses, heroes, hybrids, etc.), and Modern Science to end times Bible prophecy? This is sure to be one of the most controversial Bible studies you’ve ever attended. We’ll start in Matthew 24, work through Genesis, Isaiah, 2 Peter, two books of John, Isaiah, Revelation, and more. On top of that we’ll get into several other sources such as the Book of Enoch, Jubilees, and the Book of Jasher to connect the dots on several end time prophetic signs.

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  • Did you know that one of the apostles was named Niger, which means "black skin"?
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  • Did you know that the Bible describes Christ's skin color as "burned bronze"?