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Is the Book of Enoch really a lost book of the Bible? A born-again Christian who has been reading the Bible for several years only needs to read the "Book of Enoch" briefly to know that something is very wrong. There are so many obvious flaws with this alleged missing book of God's Word. It is clear to me that someone copied from the Bible and wrote this garbage. The same type of mumbo-jumbo can be readily observed in the Qur'an. I do NOT believe that Enoch, who lived during the time period of Genesis, wrote this manuscript. Evidently the King James translators didn't either, and for good reason.
Originally posted by jinx880101
So, I have a question. If God's angels are holy & perfect, why does their mixing of their bloodline mixed with that of a human cause such an evil bloodthirsty creature?
Originally posted by TheStev
Originally posted by AnonymousMoose
The Ethiopian Orthodox Church considers the Book of Enoch to be canonical [a part of the regular God-inspired Bible].
It's important to keep that in mind when reading the Pseudepigraphic or Apocryphal books, they are not the words of God.
What makes you so certain that you're right, and the Ethiopians are wrong? Is it just a 'majority rule' thing?
Originally posted by Unregistered
Was the Council of Nicea historically confirmed to be the ones who compiled the Bible?
What determined whether a scripture is divinely inspired or not?