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There are many reasons for not using the book of Jude as verification of the validity of the book Enoch. The quote that you used from Jude does not even mention the book of Enoch, nor does it imply that there are any writings by that Enoch. Jude 1:14 and 15 NKJV And Enoch also, the seventh from Adam, prophesied of these, saying, Behold, the Lord cometh ...


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Canonization has nothing to do with whether something "is" scriptural, contextual, or whatever. Canonization is simply agreement that a book is considered "most profitable" by most of the church. Even if you convince "me," you have about 2.1 billion more people to go. Two thousand years on, it is simply too late for the 'whole church' to change it. By ...


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Like Young Earth Creationists do with most things, they believe that the conventional dating systems are wrong. In the case of Egypt this involves saying that what are normally thought to be sequential dynasties are actually concurrent dynasties. The most extreme accounts propose that the First and Second Intermediate Periods are actually one period, a time ...


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Onr popular theory is Dr Walt Brown's Hydroplate Theory. The basic premise of the theory is that most of the land was gathered together at one place. There were mountains, but perhaps 3,000 or 7,000 feet tall. At this altitude, there would be more than enough water to cover the entire Earth, considering the water both beneath the crust of the Earth and in ...


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Was there enough water in the world to cover the earth? The ancient geology according to the Bible is rather interesting. There was enough of an elevation differential for rivers to flow. Genesis 2:10 And a river went out of Eden to water the garden; and from thence it was parted, and became into four heads. Rain was not needed. Genesis 2:6 ...



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