New book “The Scholarly Academic Nephilim and Giants” by Ken Ammi

My new book “The Scholarly Academic Nephilim and Giants: What do Scholarly Academics Say About Nephilim Giants?” is now available in paperback and Kindle ebook versions, be sure to see here first for my special offer to save you some money, and/or find it on Amazon.

This text is a survey of that which various scholarly academic who are qualified in their fields have to say on the issues of the Bible’s references to Nephilim and giants along with the appended issues of Angels and demons.
Under considerations are their various books, dissertations, peer-reviewed journal papers, etc. by:
Michael Heiser
Loren T. Stuckenbruck
Zvi Ron
Ida Jane Glaser
Peter Harland
Chad Pierce
Michael Widmer
Shubert Spero
Christopher Rollston
Brian R. Doak
Neil T. Oosthuizen
Terry William Dingman
Ariel Hessayon
Stephen Mahn
Meredith G. Kline
Leroy Birney
Jacques van Ruiten
Archie T. Wright
Jaap Doedens
Koenraad van Bekkum
William R. Harper
Benjamin W. Bacon
Kinsey Moran
Laura L. Brenneman
Robin Routledge
Joseph Fessenden
Ashby Camp
Clyde E. Billington
Matthew Park
Deirdre E. Donnelly and Patrick J. Morrison
Gregg Davidson


“An ordinary Israelite may have had no direct
contact with such beings, but they were part
of the nation’s folklore, and as such had an
impact on the people’s understanding of the world”
—Robin Routledge

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