Q. I have been wondering for awhile now about the population that had mixed nephilim blood, if they were redeemable? We know that only Noah and his 7 racially pure relatives (no fallen angel mix) were saved on the Ark, but does that mean that if someone’s great grand mother was deceived into having relations with a fallen angel, they couldn’t have been saved if they wanted it? After all it wouldn’t be their fault that someone in their distant past had demon blood and DN
A. We should remember that we live in a world where God has reconciled Himself to us through the cross (Colossians 1:19-20). Anyone who asks can now be adopted into His family no matter what their background (John 1:12-13). But it wasn’t like that in Old Testament times. In Exodus 20:5 God said He would punish the children for the sins of the fathers to the third and fourth generations. If God felt that way about the descendants of human fathers, He surely would have felt the same about those of the fallen angels.