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The Last Nephilim

William Guy

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Is it possible that the mythical gods of polytheistic Greece, Egypt, Assyria, etc. were actual people that lived shortly after the flood of Noah? The Last Nephilim is a work of historical fiction based upon the first chapters of the book of GenesisMoreIs it possible that the mythical gods of polytheistic Greece, Egypt, Assyria, etc. were actual people that lived shortly after the flood of Noah? The Last Nephilim is a work of historical fiction based upon the first chapters of the book of Genesis and several ancient apocryphal texts. The Bible presents the sons of Noah as monotheistic followers of the God of the universe. So how did their grandchildren end up reigning over polytheistic empires? What happened? This story presents the Nephilim of Genesis chapter six as gifted giants that essentially promoted worship of themselves as deities to post-flood human populations. The Bible asserts that monotheism was before polytheism, but there is no clear explanation as to why polytheism became so prevalent such a short time after the flood.This book describes one possible explanation as to what may have occurred to have resulted in the explosion of polytheism.Written in a beautiful, scholarly fashion. This is refined, provocative look at events in history. A fantastic read.--Yasmin Esack, author of “The Mind Setter”Nephilim have been such an intriguing race of what appear to be super-humans as ancient texts indicate. Just the thought of such beings have always captivated me, causing my imagination to run wild as a boy and even still today as an adult. How fun to read a historical-fiction on these ancient beings that once existed on Earth. The Last Nephilim will inspire you to re-read the biblical account-Kenneth Paul Dykstra, author of “Other Earths/Other Life”Intriguing and catchy premise that seeks to synthesize received truth through illustration. A courageous and bold venture, accomplished by unwavering narrational authority that mixes fact, fiction belief and perception into a mapped shawl.-Azam Gill, author of “Blasphemy!”