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John MacArthur Deceptively Covers Up the Angelic Identity of the Nephilim

The following has been excerpted from A Crown For the American Pharaoh-Nephilim Pharaohs:

Among those who have suppressed the angelic identity of the Nephilim is John MacArthur. The MacArthur Bible Commentary states that the "giants" of Genesis 6:4 were not the offspring of the human-angelic union in verses 1-2 but were "strong men who fell on others in the sense of overpowering them": 

"The word nephilim is from a root meaning to fall, indicating that they were strong men who fell on others in the sense of overpowering them (the only other use of this term is in Num. 13:33). They were already in the earth when the 'mighty men' and 'men of renown' were born. The fallen ones are not the offspring from the union in 6:1,2." 

Observe John MacArthur’s complicity with the vast conspiracy to cover up the angelic identity of the Nephilim, which has made it possible for fallen angels to go 'undercover' for most of Church history. It figures that the logos of MacArthur’s college and seminary are Masonic and Egyptian: two pyramids giving off rays of light under eleven (11) Egyptian pharaoh’s crooks.  
"The scourge, or flail, and the crook are the two symbols of power and domination depicted in the hands of Osiris in Egyptian monuments. They are the unchanging form of the instrument throughout the ages..." (Wikipedia)

"Although the crook and flail were most often represented as emblems of the god Osiris, they were also carried on some ceremonial occasions, besides the coronation, by the reigning pharaoh." (Ancient Egypt)

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The following has been excerpted from John Macarthur: Paganizing the Christian Church-The Wicker Man:

The MacArthur Study Bible commentary deceptively states that the "giants" of verse 4 were not the offspring of the human-angelic union in verses 1-2 and gives the absurd explanation they were "strong men who fell on others in the sense of overpowering them":  

"The word nephilim is from a root meaning to fall, indicating that they were strong men who fell on others in the sense of overpowering them (the only other use of this term is in Num. 13:33). They were already in the earth when the 'mighty men' and ‘men of renown’ were born. The fallen ones are not the offspring from the union in 6:1,2." 

Numbers 13:33 states that the giants were "the sons of Anak, which come of the giants."  

"And there we saw the giants, the sons of Anak, which come of the giants: and we were in our own sight as grasshoppers, and so we were in their sight." Num. 13:33

MacArthur’s commentary on the "giants" in Numbers 13:33 states: "This term was used in Gen. 6:4 for a group of strong men who lived on the earth before the Flood. The descendants of Anak were, in exaggeration, compared to these giants, which led the spies to view themselves as grasshoppers before them."

MacArthur’s interpretation is shown to be false by proper exposition of the passage:

"Verse 4 is sadly interesting. The Hebrew for giants is nephilim (RV), which means fallen ones, and in the judgment of some refers to the sons of God or fallen angels of the preceding verses. A slightly different punctuation makes the verse read thus: 'There were nephilim [fallen ones] in the earth in those days, and also after that.' 'After that’ seems to refer to Numbers 13:31-33, where in the report of the spies to Moses they speak of the men of Canaan as of 'great stature,' adding: 'And there we saw the nephilim, the sons of Anak which come of the nephilim.' This suggests that the culminating sin of the Canaanites was not different from that of the antediluvians. Observe further that the offspring of these sinful unions became the 'mighty men which were of old, the men of renown,' from which possibly the ancients obtained their ideas of the gods and demi-gods of which the classics treat.' (Gray’s Concise Bible Commentary)

 "giants. Heb. nephilim. Those mentioned in Gen, 6:4 were all destroyed in the Flood; these came from a second irruption of fallen angels, 'after that': i. e. after 'those days' = the days of Noah. See Genesis 6:4, and Appendix 23 and 25. See note on Numbers 13:22."