Q. In the King James Version, Daniel 2:43 reads, “And whereas thou sawest iron mixed with miry clay, they shall mingle themselves with the seed of men: but they shall not cleave one to another, even as iron is not mixed with clay.” I have read about nephilim in the Bible and also on your website, and have a three fold question.
1.) When the fallen angels were chained until the time of the end. Was that all fallen angels or a chosen few and where do you get your information when you answer this question.
2.) Will their “mingling” come at the time of the tribulation or could it happen anytime. There is no mention of their offspring in the future so I am assuming they will be destroyed in the trib wrath?
3.) “but they shall not cleave one to another, even as iron is not mixed with clay.” Does this mean their babies won’t live to be born or that it would be like a cat and dog mixing, it just won’t happen?
A. Question 1: The language of 2 Peter 2:4 and Jude 6 seems to indicate that all the angels who disobeyed before the flood were bound for judgment. There’s no reason to believe any of them avoided being captured.
Question 2: The mingling of Daniel 2:43 takes place at the time of the last kingdom (the so-called revived Roman Empire), and they will all be destroyed in the Great Tribulation.
Question 3: The phrase “they will not cleave to one another” means they won’t become a truly unified entity with a single purpose. You can’t build a permanent structure made of iron and pieces of pottery because there is no way to join them together. So it will be with the final empire. It’s components will be too dissimilar to unite with each other.