Book of Enoch: All About the Three Books of Enoch

Book of Enoch: All About the Three Books of Enoch

By Dr A. Nyland

  • Release Date : 2015-07-08
  • Genre : Religion & Spirituality
  • FIle Size : 0.21 MB
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Book of Enoch: All About the Three Books of Enoch This is an introduction to, a summary of, all three books of Enoch and is NOT a translation of the books of Enoch. Nyland's translation is called, "Complete Books of Enoch."
The mysterious figure of Enoch was the great grandfather of Noah, and an extract from the First Book of Enoch appears in the book of Jude in the New Testament. The First Book of Enoch has been a most controversial book for centuries.
The Book of Enoch is of importance to those interested in theology, and controversial knowledge as well as angelology and demonology.
Book of Enoch: All About the Three Books of Enoch is by Number 1 Best-selling author and translator Dr. A. Nyland, translator of the Complete Books of Enoch.

Reviews

  • Very Good Book

    4
    By NostalgiaLadie
    Overall this is a very good book. It's informative without being overwhelming. It's a very small book, seemingly a little too small, but good for readers who want to know the basics before committing. It feels like a promo book, which is Ok. I'm not giving a full 5 stars because, this book seems a bit sparse. A controversial statement was made about Goliath that was never followed through. I feel that should have just been left out. But I did learn a few things about the translations and Dr. Nyland's credentials.
  • It was disappointing.

    2
    By DKB9000
    I was hoping for a summary of the book of Enoch but instead I read 2 and 1/2 chapters of a redundant discussion about mistranslation. For example the author says the that the phrase "sons of God" is a mistranslation and really means the phrase "associates of God". He then goes on to defend his argument by quoting the phrase " children of Israel". the author states that Israel is a place and no one can be a child of a place and he is right on that part but Israel was also a man; a man that had sons, two of which being Joseph and Benjamin. The 12 tribes of Israel are even named after his sons . And I don't believe One could be born an Israelite without being a descendant of the man Israel.

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