The Watchman of Zijohn
Did Satan Have Sex With Eve? Or Did Angels (Sons of Jah) Marry Women Prior To Noah's Flood? Genesis 6:4.
ABSOLUTELY NOT! The Scriptures reveal that angels (including Satan) are created Spirits (Heb. 1:7). They are not mortal flesh like humans. See Hebrew 2:6-7; 2:14-17. As created Spirits, angels do not reproduce sexually or by any other means. Jahoshuwah the Messijah said so. Notice Matthew 22:28-30; Mark 12:23-25; Luke 20:33-36.
Who then were these “Sons of Jah”? They were male human beings. Adam was a son of Jah by creation (Luke 3:38). In like manner, all of Adam's male descendants are by Jah's act of creation, physical sons of Jah.
The context of Genesis, chapter 6 concerns physical human beings - not angels. Notice: “And JAH said, my spirit shall not always strive with man…” and “I will destroy man whom I have created from the face of the earth” (verses 3 and 7).
It was sinful man that Jah had determined to destroy - not angels (their time of final judgement is yet to come). Angels are spirit and cannot be destroyed by water. With the outpouring of the deluge “all flesh died… and every man…” (Gen. 7:21-23).
Where Did Cain Get His Wife?
Cain married one of his sisters. There simply wasn't any other female for him to marry. In Genesis 5:4-5 we read: “And the days of Adam after he had begotten Seth were eight hundred years: and HE BEGAT SONS AND DAUGHTERS: and all the days that Adam lived were nine hundred and thirty years: and he died.”
These brothers and sisters would have had to marry each other in order to obey Jah's command to propagate the human race (Gen. 1:28).
Today, there are biblical laws that forbid marriage between those who are closely related. But, it was not wrong for brothers and sisters to marry at that early time in human history. However, in Abraham's day it was permissible to marry only one's half-sister or brother. Abram married his half-sister, Sarai (Gen. 20:12). See Genesis 19:30-38 and 2 Peter 2:7-9.
There was at that time no genetic harm to the children. When men and women over the centuries continued in sin, it became genetically harmful for close blood relatives to marry (see Leviticus 18), and for the sake of future generations it is forbidden.
Revised by the Elder of the Zion Assembly, David Wray
The Mount Zion Assembly of Jah
5 Kanarick Crescent