I'm a Christian who does believe in the existence of an active devil and his demons, but external personification of internal thought processes is something people often do in other circumstances, e.g. "I had to drink the single malt; it's peatiness was calling to me" - of course the drink wasn't literally calling; it's just a metaphor and routinely ...
For people who believe in Jesus and not the devil, what happend in the desert?
There are Christians who believe in Jesus, but not in a personal Devil. For example: the Christadelphians.
Christadelphians believe that the Satan or Devil is not an independent spiritual being or fallen angel. Devil is viewed as the general principle of evil and ...
The passage you cite is hotly debated. See What were the Nephilim, and what role did they play in the Bible beyond just being mentioned?
Sons of God may refer to:
The human sons from the line of Seth, the good line of descent from Adam, who married daughters from the evil line descended from Cain
Fallen angels, who consorted with human women ...