• The Books of Enoch: The Angels, The Watchers and The Nephilim

  • With Extensive Commentary
  • By: Joseph Lumpkin
  • Narrated by: Dennis Logan
  • Length: 17 hrs and 31 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook
  • Release date: 09-14-17
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Fifth Estate
  • 4 out of 5 stars (83 ratings)

Regular price: $24.95

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Publisher's Summary

The well-known and acclaimed work of Dr. Joseph Lumpkin has been enlarged to include new research on the Books of Enoch, Fallen Angels, the Watchers, and the Nephilim. After presenting extensive historical backgrounds and brilliant translations of The First, Second, and Third Books of Enoch, Lumpkin takes time to piece together a historical narrative of Fallen Angels, the Watcher, and the Nephilim, using his extensive knowledge of ancient texts.

The history of the fallen angels is sewn tightly together using such books as Enoch, Jasher, Jubilees, The Book of Giants, The War Scrolls, and many others. The story will astonish you.

New information on the First Book of Enoch is greatly expanded. Lumpkin describes the calendar of Enoch and its pivotal place in the prophecy of Daniel. He takes First Enoch apart, section by section, to describe its history, the time frame of authorship, and its contents. Copious notes are included throughout.

This volume, containing The First Book of Enoch (The Ethiopic Book of Enoch), The Second Book of Enoch (The Slavonic Secrets of Enoch), The Third Book of Enoch (The Hebrew Book of Enoch), and The Book of Fallen Angels, The Watchers, and the Origins of Evil. Expanded commentary is included for the three Books of Enoch, as well as the sections on angels, prophecies, and the Enochian calendar. These sources are found here, all in a single source.

Dr. Joseph Lumpkin is the CEO of Fifth Estate Publishers and the author of over 20 books. He appears regularly on LA talk radio and the show Rain Making Time as an expert guest on the subjects of religion, theology, and church history.

Look for other books by Joseph Lumpkin such as The Book of Jasher, The Book of Jubilees, Lost Books of the Bible, Banned from the Bible, and the Encyclopedia of Lost and Rejected Scriptures. A complete catalog can be seen at fifthestatepub.com.

©2011 Joseph Lumpkin (P)2017 Joseph Lumpkin

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Lose the echo effect

the use of echo effect in this book makes it unbearable to listen too. it totally takes away from the story and make it feel cheap.

32 of 36 people found this review helpful

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definitely easier to hear than read

I liked the detailed explanations that helped me comprehend what I was listening to otherwise I would been pretty lost

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Great information, horrible presentation

there was so much depth and thought provoking content. but the narrator was simply DREADFUL

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Great book and insight, but reader too slow

The book itself is great and the commentary and insight is good too. But the reader is excruciatingly slow, it's painful to listen to at times. The whole book is like some suspense drama with no build up or climax, just a very slow ultra serious monotone

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great book

This was great learned a lot about things in the bible it was great to hear and hear the explanation of what is going on

5 of 6 people found this review helpful

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Very interesting

Narrator is very hard to listen to but very intriguing book. This would be better to read than listen to.

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  • Joy Cain
  • Progreso Lakes, Texas
  • 07-17-18

Narration is annoying

The narrator needs to work on his narration skills. He affects his voice so that it sounds much lower than it is, it makes me uncomfortable to listen to him. Additionally, he over affects all scripture references to unnecessarily sound pretentious. He and mispronounces many words, failing to read some words correctly altogether, for example he read the number 3600 as 36,000, and never once correctly pronounced uncleanness, he pronounces it with a short /e/ sound as in pet, rather than the long /e/. The book itself is very good, Dr. Lumpkin has thoughtfully put together scripture references to the writings, but I prefer to read this one than listen to it.

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Narrator needs to be changed. like now.

They need a real narrator for this book. sounds like a teenager struggling for dramatic effect.

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Cheesey, Cheesey, Cheesey!

What could have made this a 4 or 5-star listening experience for you?

Reading the text without the reverb on every chapter title. Emphasis on appropriate areas of the text. The writer seems to have an extremely low level of understanding of the text. I was expecting a doctoral level dissertation and got a Junior High Essay.

Would you recommend The Books of Enoch: The Angels, The Watchers and The Nephilim to your friends? Why or why not?

No, it is weak in explanation and making the text relevant.

What didn’t you like about Dennis Logan’s performance?

Way overdone and cheesey. This should be a theological treatise, not a junior fiction tale.

What reaction did this book spark in you? Anger, sadness, disappointment?

Disappointment.

Any additional comments?

Take the book seriously and do better research and writing.

7 of 11 people found this review helpful

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Awesome!

They should have left this book in the Bible. Excellent information! A must read for Christians everywhere.

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  • David
  • 07-10-18

Great for history buffs

I really enjoyed this it can be difficult to focus with such an amount of information. But will Really shed light on why the Abrahamic religions have such a confusing current state of faith and history. Just awesome for those who love history. Probably a nightmare for the religious

4 of 4 people found this review helpful