Study. Nimrod and the first try of the "New World Order " . By Fabian Massa.
Nimrod , the "Mighty "
Nimrod was the son of Cush , grandson of Ham and grandson of Noah. He submitted all his competitors and won the absolute power over all humanity of their time and tried to impose a " New World Order, " contrary to established by the Lord , who had given leadership to Sem.
Jamieson [6 ] says that this great ability to hunt wild animals ( a threat to the first villages ) have gained the favor of the people , besides giving him great fame . No doubt this popularity , a great capacity for leadership and population explosion is revealed in Genesis chapter X , have been the basis of Nimrod to organize the first empire in the post-Flood Era .
Some scholars have attempted to identify Nimrod with Sharrukin [ 2] or Sargon of Akkad [3 ] , the founder of the First Empire ( Akkadian) that can remember. Others see in it the figure of the Assyrian god Ninurta [4 ] , the god of war and hunting , as Nimrod , was happy to hunt their enemies . 
The beginning of his kingdom was the city of Babel, and soon expanded in the lower Mesopotamia founding other strengths :
10 And it was the beginning of his kingdom was Babel , Erech , Accad, and Calne, in the land of Shinar.
Then, once strong in the south began his campaign to the north :
- Babylonian Empire
- Assyrian Empire
- Persian Empire
- Empire of Alexander
- Roman Empire
- Nazi Germany (A " recreation of the Roman Empire )
Although each of them had a limited chance of winning big success , God finally destroyed them all . With the same last will finally victory will be the King of Kings and Lord of Lords .
[1 ] Strong # 4775 Marad : Rebellion, rebel , rebel .
[2 ] Sargon of Akkad , also known as Sargon the Great ( Akkadian Sharrum -kin , " legitimate king ", " true king " ) ( c. 2270 BC - 2215 BC , according to the short chronology ) [ ] was the first person recorded history to create a true Empire Akkadian Empire. His descendants ruled Mesopotamia for the next century and a half. http://es.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sarg % C3 % B3n_I_de_Acad
[3 ] Akkadian Empire : It extended from Elam to the Mediterranean region including the Tigris and Euphrates rivers , parts of modern Iran , Syria, and possibly parts of modern Turkey . Its capital was Acad (also known as Agade ) .
[4 ] In Akkadian and Sumerian mythology , Ninurta ( Nin -Ur : Lord of the Earth or Mr. Plow ) was the god of Nippur , also identified as Ningirsu , Ninib or Ninip . Conformed a triad of gods Enlil with his father and mother Ninlil . Usually represented holding a bow , a spear and a magic hammer called Sharur , which could speak and transform into a winged lion .
[6 ] Exegetical Commentary Old Testament Bible Jamieson , Fausset & Brown , page 28.
[7 ] Jamieson , page 28.
[8 ] Similarly it can be assumed that in Genesis 6.1, when " the sons of God took the daughters of men" was also by force of arms.