About Gigantology

As late as 1878 the Encyclopedia Britannica’s “Giants” entry carefully weighed arguments for and against the historicity of Giants—only cautiously concluding their non-existence. But whether they existed or not, the Giants of the Bible – including Goliath, King Og, the Rephaim, the Nephilim, and the Anakim – continue to leave deep footprints in our contemporary landscape.

Remnant of Giants examines the reception, use, and effects of the Giants mentioned in the Bible – the Rephaim, Nephilim, Gibborim, Anakim, etc, who once stood tall in the the imaginary land of “Israel” and in the lands of her nearest neighbours, Ammon, Moab, Edom, and Philistia.

Dr. Deane Galbraith

6 responses to “About Gigantology

  1. Pingback: God’s Wife, Giants and Buried Secrets | Research Group FB Ancient History

  2. WHY ARE YOUNG WOMAN SO HARD FOR ME TO GET; IF GOD’S WRATH IS AGAINST THE FALLEN ANGELS? HOW DO I FIND A NATURAL YOUNG WOMAN THAT STILL LOVES MANKIND, AND IS NOT SWEPT AWAY BY DEMONS ETC.

  3. Foxy

    Hi Deane, I hope you get this message, I was wondering where the art you use as a banner was from and who the artist might be or where I could possibly find the collection or more to the comic if there is any. It looks familiar but I was having some trouble finding out more about it. I especially like the way the central figure in that piece is drawn and was hoping there might be more interesting art in a collection. Thank you again for your help. Feel free to email me at foxyfoxgames at gmail

  4. Brian

    Deane,

    How do I get your thesis?

  5. Brian

    Hi Deane,

    Im the same Brian that asked for your thesis. I just saw that you answered me at olmika.marquette@gmail.com (not my real email, which I dont use publically). See my response.

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