Real Science Radio's Bob Enyart and Fred Williams continue their discussion of the Bible's mention of giants, the practical limits to their actual size (see Robert Wadlow next to an RSR listener's grandmother at the 1934 Chicago World's Fair), and their relationship to the infamous biblical nephilim. See also rsr.org/giants and rsr.org/giants-2. Post-show update: Consider also when considering a spirit being's ability to manifest himself physically, that God describes manna from heaven as "angels food."
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