Q. Genesis 6:4 speaks of children who were born of an unholy union between fallen angels and human women. On the whole Genesis 6 implies these children were evil and perpetuated evil and the whole world became corrupt to the point of God having to start humankind all over again with clean DNA. This leads to several assumptions: These children did not have an eye toward God; the purpose of their breeding was that they would spread evil and havoc upon the earth; that they were of a corrupt DNA, and since that corrupt DNA came from fallen angels, they did not have a spirit that would strive for God. Therefore, they did not get saved, and they are spending eternity in hell. And herein are the problems and my questions.
How is their spending eternity in hell “fair?” If I was one of these children burning in hell, I would plead “Not fair; what choice did I have!?” With a demonic nature, we infer they had no chance of desiring God and being saved. Does the demonic portion of their seed nullify them from being human?