Oh come on bro. Just the act of discussing this is engaging in theology in a way. Just because I'm not doing "it" the way you wish I would on this topic doesn't prove anything or whatever. I don't in the slightest feel the need to compile and post a counter argument and I'll gladly tell you why: There isn't enough information in Scripture for me to be on firm footing. I am never going to say "I'm right about this and here's why" when I can't point to Scripture in context and say "See this. This is your proof." In other word's, I don't have a reliable and provable counter argument and I've no qualms about admitting it. You seem to think you've got it all figured out and you've proven something that needs counter argued but you've mostly present logic and reason from your viewpoint based upon Scripture that doesn't give us the full answers about this particular subject. In regards to this? Not much and you know that. Nope, I don't think lusty angels having children with human woman is the only possible explanation. See above. I gave my opinion. If you disagree and think I'm loony that's your prerogative. I'm always willing to be edified and if you had posted anything to change my mind - you should know I'm being straight out here- I would have thanked you for it. I'm not saying that I'm right and you're wrong so I feel no need to refute you bro. At the same time it's not like this is fantasy fair (Fare? IDK ) like Star Trek. There is Scripture that talks about these things and gives us an outline without filling in all of the details. There are questions about this part that won't be answered until we are raised and see each other in the new heaven and earth. We won't be looking through the glass darkly then, there won't be anything at all in our way. I don't dream of any percentage at all about this. I happily admit that I could be totally wrong. My point about your statement remains and is still valid nonetheless.