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Quoted in the book of Jude, and used to form our view of angels and demons, this book connects the dots of doctrine and prophecy in the scriptures. Details are revealed about the "Sons of God, (angels), that left their positions in heaven to marry human women", having children that became giants and monsters called Nephilim who introduced violence, sorcery, and evil spirits into the world. This book, along with the Book of Jubilees, is considered sacred to the Christian church in Ethiopia, and is placed in their Bible alongside the Old Testament books.

©2011 Joseph Lumpkin (P)2017 Joseph Lumpkin

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Second best version of The Book of Enoch available in audio

The best was the other title by Joseph Lumpkin, A Complete Guide and Reference. Compared to The Book of Enoch: A Complete Guide and Reference, this version is the same book without as many bible references and notes from the author. This version is best suited for the casual reader whereas the Complete Guide and Reference is for the academic. Both are well produced and I love Dennis Logan's voice, style and delivery.

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Narrator unqualified

A great book is made annoying because the Narrator mispronounces many of the Bible chapters and locations.