The 6th chapter of Genesis introduces us to a controversial subject, sure to capture your attention and pique your curiosity. The Bible speaks of a heavenly rebellion from the ancient past, led by the fallen angel, Lucifer, who convinced a group of angels to leave their heavenly home and come to Earth, where they took human wives who bore children to them. These rebellious angels committed an unforgivable sin against humanity, men and women made in the image of God. Their purpose was simple … corrupt the seed of the Messiah and prevent His birth. But God had a counter move. Judgment would soon follow with the flood of Noah, which destroyed all life on the planet, with the exception of Noah and his family. Yet after the flood, we see the Nephilim on Earth once again. Why would God allow this to happen?