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Just because it's called the Book of Enoch doesn't mean it's written by him. It's considered one of Pseudopigraphical book, literally "false attribution" (See: Pseudepigrapha (Wikipedia). The subsequent description was taken from the IVP Dictionary of New Testament Background, Entry: Enoch, Books Of. 1 Enoch consists of 5 distinct compositions: Book of ...


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The reason why Kokabiel's story is not part of the bible is that it is taken from the Book of Enoch, which is not considered as being part of Sacred Scripture by most Christian Churches. The Book of Enoch is recognized as Scripture only in the Ethiopian Orthodox Church and the Eritrean Orthodox Church.


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What was the language that Enoch spoke and did the Book of Enoch get written 3000 years BC and is there any proof or carbon dating of that? Let us start with what language Enoch possible spoke. There is no firm proof of what language Enoch actually spoke. But several hypotheses do exist. One possible hypothesis comes from what else Wikipedia: The ...


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The book of Enoch is not part of the canon of the Jewish Tanakh nor the Christian/Catholic Bible. Meaning that it is not accepted as authoritative by jewish or christians. This book is used as part of the kabbalistic literature in the zohar, that in itself could tell you that it is not a great source of information to use for knowing about God (it can be ...


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You're asking two set of different questions: Why is the Book of Enoch not regarded as canonical? Why is the Book of Enoch not regarded as canonical by major Christian denominations? For your first question, the Book of Enoch is part of liturgical canon of Ethiopian and Eritrean Churches within Oriental Orthodox communion. The reason for this inclusion is ...


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There are at least two or three ways to possibly give this question a plausible answer, while at the same time safeguarding the Alexandrian Traditions' position on the subject of the Book of Enoch. The first point to take into account is the fact that the only complete extant copy of the Book of Enoch is written in the Ge'ez language. This particular point ...


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How many heavens are there? Generally speaking, most Christian denominations admit that there is only one heaven and one hell, although interpretations will vary according to various Christian traditions. The problem with the Book of Enoch is that it is only recognized only by the Ethiopian Orthodox Church as being inspired. No other Christian denomination ...


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The book of Enoch, from internal evidence - both language and references to other works - is clearly of late authorship, composed some time in the 3rd or 2nd century A.D. The Ethiopian canon is clearly more broad than even the Greek Septuagint. However, they do not claim, nor seek to prove such an early authorship. The point of view of the Ethiopian church ...


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The Old Testament canon for Christians was formally set for all five ancient Church Sees (Rome, Constantinople, Antioch, Alexandria, Jerusalem) at the 7th Ecumenical Council in 787. This Council ratified the Old Testament canons of the local councils of Carthage in 397 and Trullo in 692. The council of Trullo had ratified the canon specified Canon LXXXV of ...


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According to Doctrine and Covenants Section 91 1 Verily, thus saith the Lord unto you concerning the Apocrypha—There are many things contained therein that are true, and it is mostly translated correctly; 2 There are many things contained therein that are not true, which are interpolations by the hands of men. 3 Verily, I say unto you, that it is not ...


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The Hebrew word for “heaven,” shamayim, only appears in the plural form and can mean “sky” (Genesis 1:8–9), “outer space” (Genesis 22:17), or “the place where God dwells” (Joshua 2:11). In the New Testament, the Greek ouranos can mean “the dwelling place of God” (Matthew 12:50) or “the sky” (Acts 10:11). And paradeisos (“paradise” or “garden”) can refer to ...


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Enoch was the great-great-great-great-grandson of Adam and lived more than 4,000 years ago. After he became the father of Methuselah, Enoch walked faithfully with God 300 years and had other sons and daughters. Altogether, Enoch lived a total of 365 years. Enoch walked faithfully with God; then he was no more, because God took him away (Genesis 5:22-24). ...


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