Is there mention of giants in the book of Genitals...?
What happened to them?
In 1 Samuel 17--- the Israelites were in battle against the Philistines. They had been fighting since the days of Hagar and Ishmael.
King Saul was supposed to fight for Israel but he wasn't much on the battle field. So, they sent in a shepherd named David bar Jesse.
Philistine giants grew to about seven feet in height as do some central African people. Gigantism is rare but it happens. David took his shepherd's sling that he'd used to smack wolves at 150 yards, loaded up, and pelted Goliath in the visor. The undefeated Goliath lay there, defeated, at the hands of a shepherd.
David was a shepherd, not a warrior. With God's help, even the most humble shepherd can destroy the toughest warrior. Without God's help, even the toughest warrior becomes dead meat at the hands of a shepherd.
How many times does history have to prove that?
Rocmike aka American Patriot after a late start you still have gotten over 8 straight hours of posting in. You have 2 hours under Dave Palmer, over 4 hours under Southern and over 2 hours under the Unknown Philosopher, who we all know who it is, and is still posting. You also threw some anonymous posts in. All repeating the same thing over and over and going to old questions and answers. GET A LIFE.