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Bible Question And Answer For 1-5-2018

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Bible Question and Answer

Bible Question And Answer

Welcome to our bi-weekly post Bible Question and Answer where we provide Bible verses, answers and advice to the questions and concerns you have. During the course of the last two weeks readers have submitted their questions and today we are going to answer one of them. So please join us and feel free to chime in on the discussion in the comments section below this post.

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Bible Question and Answer

Question 1:

Name: David H.
Question: On the 6th day of creation were there other people created. When they say katabole was that the over throw of Satan? Was does the foundation of the world mean?


Name: Brandon T. Ward
Answer: Thank you for the question David.

Yes, on the sixth day in Genesis 1:24 God created all of the races. Turn your Bible with me to,

Genesis 1:26
26 “And God said, Let us make man in our image, after our likeness: and let them have dominion over the fish of the sea, and over the fowl of the air, and over the cattle, and over all the earth, and over every creeping thing that creepeth upon the earth.”

This is the sixth day, when our Father created all of the races. Adam and then later Eve were created on what we will call the eighth day, naturally the day after God’s Sabbath, His seventh day of rest. Adam and Eve are the line of people who Jesus Christ would come through, who would provide salvation to the entire world. So their purpose was much different than the rest of the other people.

Genesis 1:27
27 “So God created man in his own image, in the image of God created He him; male and female created He them.”

On the sixth day God created the races of people male and female as verse 28 tells us to “Be fruitful, and multiply, and replenish the earth“.

With respect to the Greek word “katabole“, this is a excerpt from one of our Bible studies,

the Greek word “katabole(2602) has also been translated as “foundation” yet it means, “a deposition” which is a “removal from an office or position.”

In our study, “The World That Was, The First Earth Age” you will discover it was Satan who was removed from his position in our Father’s Kingdom. You can read more about this great fall in another Bible study titled, “Satan’s Sin“. I highly encourage you to read both studies in order to gain the Biblical knowledge required in order to understand these Biblical concepts.

This study will also help you understand “the foundation of the world” that you asked about. The foundation of the world would be the very beginning of creation which occurred during The First Earth Age.

Read the study and if you still have questions let me know David.



Question 2:

Name: Roxannean
Question: Thank you for this site and all your good works! I have a question concerning Cain. Starting in Genesis 4. It describes Cain murdering Abel, being cursed, and going to Nod and having offspring. It doesn’t say when he died.

My question is: Jesus is God’s son sent to earth to die for our sins. Would Cain then be Satan born to woman? Second question/building off the first: Did Cain die? Thank you so much for any help you can give me regarding this!


Name: Brandon T. Ward
Answer: Thank you for the question Roxannean and you are very welcome! More importantly we thank our Father.

You are correct, there is no scriptural documentation of Cain’s death so we cannot say when he died. Unfortunately, but inline with our Father’s Plan we know Cain had children, they are known in the Bible as “kenites“. “Kenites” is Strong’s word 7017 which means,

“a Kenite or member of the tribe of Kajin

What tribe is “Kajin“?

To answer that question we need to look up the base of the word 7017, its root which is Strong’s word 7014 which means,

Kajin, the name of the first child, also of a place in Palestine, and of an Oriental tribe: – Cain, Kenite

The first child from Eve was Cain and we can even see that documented here as well. So someone mentioned in the Bible being a “kenite” is a son of Cain who was the son of Satan. I realize this is not commonly taught in the churches of today, but that does not excuse the fact that is it true and we all need to put forward our due diligence in studying the Bible. I will leave a link below to entirely document this for you if you are not already aware.

Did Cain die?

Yes. While we cannot document it in the Bible Cain was of Eve as we documented in our Bible study, “The Garden of Eden: The Origins of Satan’s Seed“. This means he was a man of flesh and blood like we are and we all die, so Cain did as well. He probably lived to a ripe ol age though.

Cain was not Satan. As Jesus was the Son of God, Cain was the son of Satan.

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  1. Brandon you said in your answer to Question 2 that the Kenites are descended from Cain (and it says that in Strong’s Concordance as well, 7017 and 7014 as you said) and existed in Palestine (I think Numbers and Judges mentions Kenites and 1 Samuel as well and maybe other Bible books), but what I want to know is this–if Kenites are descended from Cain, then how did Kenites make it through Noah’s flood? (Same thing with Nephilim Giants in Genesis 6, Rephahim which are also like Giants, Og of Bashan, and other Caananite giant-like groups mentioned in the Deuteronomy and other books? If God destroyed all these abominations, then how did they appear to survive the Flood? Some so-called experts like Rob Skiba says they returned, but I have my doubts. Can you explain this?) If Cain folks were even what with Satan being their ancestor, then why would God allow them to survive the Flood? Or, as some believe, were one or more of the wives of Noah’s sons (who were genetically pure like Noah and Noah’s wife likely) genetically impure? (Some say likely Ham’s wife since Ham gave rise to the Canaanites who had Nephilim as well as Cush, the father of the “gibborhim” Nimrod).

    • DebL. good morning!

      Great questions. I am going to place some links for you to follow to answer those questions. If you still have questions please submit them to Bible Q&A and we will do our best to answer them for you.

      Thank you!

      Bible Q&A: How did the Kenites survive the flood?
      Bible Q&A: How did the offspring of the fallen angels survive Noah’s flood, David and Goliath?

      • Hi, Brandon! Thanks for answering my questions quickly. As per your answer to the first question I agree completely (despite my question) that likely since God told Noah to take two (male and female) of every kind onto the ark, that includes male and female Kenites as well (Not sure I agree about the flood’s local-only scenario though, since supposedly Nephilim also inhabited the American southwest, but maybe Tom Horn and them are making that up. (note: since Tom Horn claims there are female angles as per Zechariah 5:9, when nothing was mentioned about angels, but “women”, so Horn is wrong there, so maybe Horn is wrong elsewhere). The other reason I’m not sure you are right about the Flood being local only is because many world-wide civilizations have “Flood stories”, and because (as with Horn’s treatise that Nephilim inhabited the Southwest) there are stories of Nephilim in other far away places as well–for instance, when my kids were young I read to them a story, an Aboriginee folk tale, about Giants scaring and even eating Australian Aboriginees! the Giants would “warn” about their coming by “honking” or something. Finally, wasn’t the Earth united in those days, and parted during the time of Peleg? (which would make Giants eating Aboriginees make sense since Australia would have united with maybe Africa or Asia). As for your answer to question 2, I also agree with the Nephilim having returned after the Flood, but according to Rob Skiba, the “those days” and “after that” both refer to the “days of Jared” who is Noah’s great great grandfather (or great grandfather, forget which), because according to Skiba, “Jared” means “descend” meaning the fallen angels came in the days of Jared (plus he claims the Nephilim wiped each other out in front of their human-fallen angel parents) But I do think Genesis Six “those days” and “after that” does refer to the Days of Noah, or else when would Christ emphasize the end times being like the Days of Noah. So I think Skiba is wrong there. Now it has been interesting to look into what Skiba, Horn, Putnam, Steve Quayle and others have written about Nephilim and other ancient stuff in Genesis, but really, the Word itself is the most important guideline. Thanks, Brandon!–Deb L.

        • Your welcome DebL. I can’t address everything here right now. One other thing to consider. If it was a global flood everyone would have been dead. All the people and critters. Then where did the water go? Lots to think about. Have a good day.

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