Hebrew Roots, Nephilim, and Shroud of Turin

The following is from The Berean Call, July 10, 2013, www.thebereancall.org --

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The 2013 Pikes Peak Prophecy Conference at the end of July will feature speakers including Gary Stearman, Tom Horn, Chuck Missler,  Jonathan Cahn,  L.A. Marzulli, Mark Biltz, Lennart Moller, Joseph Farah, and others. The conference is sold out and we probably shouldn't be surprised. The featured topics, while hardly biblical, are exciting and seem to capture the attention of those who seek to be ever learning (2 Timothy 3:7).
 
In his 2/14/13 blog, L.A. Marzulli posted an article entitled, "Evolution or Hybrid? As in the Days of Noah..." in which he speculates about the meaning of a Chinese boy born with blue eyes. Marzulli issues a token warning that "We shouldn’t, however, jump on the Nephilim hybrid band wagon just yet, not until further tests are done on the boy," before jumping on that same band wagon himself. "We are told that it will be like the days of Noah when the son of man returns. This begs the question, what differentiates the days of Noah from any other? In my opinion it is the presence of the fallen angels openly manifesting on the earth and engaging in sex with human females, that resulted in hybrids. The question I would ask the mother of the child is this, does she recall being taken? Did she see lights in the sky and then have a period of missing time? I realize that the main street churches won’t touch this with a 100-foot pole, but that doesn’t mean in any way that the phenomena isn’t real, burgeoning, and not going away, does it?"
 
Commentator Gaylene Goodroad notes, "If the foundation laid by God in Genesis 6 is shifted from personal sin to supposed invading gods and demonic DNA, then Christ’s prophecy concerning 'the days of Noah' will also be altered to fit the Nephilim scenario. Note the Lord’s actual teaching: 'And as it was in the days of Noah, so shall it be also in the days of the Son of man. They did eat, they drank, they married wives, they were given in marriage, until the day that Noah entered into the ark, and the flood came, and destroyed them all" (Luke:17:26-27).
"But as the days of Noah were, so shall also the coming of the Son of man be. For as in the days that were before the flood they were eating and drinking, marrying and giving in marriage, until the day that Noah entered into the ark, And knew not until the flood came, and took them all away; so shall also the coming of the Son of man be" (Matt:24:37-39).
 
"The Scripture mentions four things that will be taking place on the earth prior to His return: mankind will be 'eating,' 'drinking,' 'marrying,' and 'being given in marriage.' There is NO mention of an outside demonic horde planning to corrupt the human gene pool by sexual and reproductive means! The clear implication of these sobering passages is that people--sinners--will be doing normal things up until the time judgment comes. They won’t be prepared for what happens very quickly--like the flood waters that overtook the men and women of Noah’s day. The details for this judgment are found in the Book of Revelation--and the Nephilim are conspicuously absent from all twenty-two chapters." (
http://herescope.blogspot.com/2012/07/nephilim-eschatology.html)
 
Marzulli has laid down rules at his blog, saying "There are a few topics [Marzulli is not to] be challenged here [on the blog] since he’s a proponent or has colleagues who are strong proponents. Some of these are: The authenticity of the Shroud of Turin, the UFO phenomena, the Book of Enoch," etc. 
 
Whatever happened to "prove all things, hold fast that which is good" (1 Thessalonians:5:21)?
 
Consequently, it is not surprising to see that the conference will "be arranging special two-hour tours of the Shroud of Turin Museum" along with "archaeological updates on the Shroud of Turin; the Lost Shipwreck of Paul; the Mystery of Masada and the Egyptian chariot wheels discovered in the Red Sea!" (
http://www.prophecyinthenews.com/the-pikes-peak-prophecy-summit/)
 
In addition to Nephilim promoters L.A. Marzulli, Tom Horn, Chuck Missler, and Gary Stearman, the prophecy conference also features Hebrew Roots teacher Mark Biltz, who has stated quite bluntly on his website: "My goal is not to convert Jews to Christianity but to bring non-Jews to a better understanding of YHVH through a better understanding of Torah. I think most Christians do not know YHVH as He really is but know Him as they have tried to create Him in their image rather than understanding they were created in His image. Many Christians believe they have a relationship with YHVH but they don't."
 
He says further, "I believe Christianity has hijacked Yeshua and has been presenting an Egyptian, which is why Yeshua is not recognized....The time is coming when the Jewish people will recognize the role Yeshua played and they will then fulfill their mission in taking Torah to the nations. They will straighten out the Christians theology in what Yeshua was really saying" (Ibid.).
The fantastical mix of mythology, science fiction, and biblical wresting shows no sign of abating, and we hope to address other aspects of these unscriptural teachings.

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