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BOOK OF ENOCH
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Definitions

  1. The Book of Enoch is a book written between the Old and New Testaments.
  2. The Book of Enoch is a hodgepodge of various materials.
  3. The Book of Enoch is a pseudo-epigraphal work that claims to be written by a biblical character.
  4. The Book of Enoch is a pseudepigraphical work (a work that claims to be by a biblical character).
  5. The Book of Enoch was removed from the Bible and banned by the early church.

Book of Enoch

  1. However, it's not just Protestants that think the book of Enoch is suspect.
  2. Fragments of the Book of Enoch from Qumran Cave 7 (Ernest Muro) Again, a site of limited general interest. (Web site)
  3. Probable date of writing was between 150-80 B.C. Copies of the Book of Enoch have been found among the Dead Sea scrolls.
  4. There are over 77,000 references to Book of Enoch and Animal Souls. (Web site)
  5. Jude's quotation of the book of Enoch does not mean that Jude considered it inspired.

Days

  1. Nowhere does the Book of Enoch forbid intercalation, meaning inserting extra "leap days" into the year to keep it aligned with the seasons. (Web site)
  2. Those two dates are also separated by exactly 1,092 days as described in the Book of Enoch, both days being the same day on the Enoch Calendar. (Web site)

Ethiopic

  1. True to hearsay, the Book of Enoch had been preserved by the Ethiopic church, which put it right alongside the other books of the Bible. (Web site)
  2. In the Apocrypha and Pseudepigrapha The phrase "Son of Man" appears in the Book of Parables, the second section of the Ethiopic Book of Enoch (1 En. (Web site)

Included

  1. The Douay version of the Bible was one of those translations that included parts of the Apocrypha and also in this case, the Book of Enoch.
  2. The Book of Enoch is included in the biblical canon only of the Oriental Orthodox churches of Ethiopia and Eritrea. (Web site)
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