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The book of Enoch vs 1 Enoch ~Ethiopian canon

Started by Rella, Tue Apr 23, 2024 - 07:18:31

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Rella

@Wycliffes_Shillelagh

Jarrod...

You know more than most on the subject of Enoch.. (possibly 3R too cause of his recent studies), at
least will come on to explain or debate...

I ran into this comment yesterday while debating elsewhere and wonder if you have more knowledge or can clarify.

I was looking into Protestant, Catholic and Orthodox canon and read this.

It is said the Ethiopian Bible is the oldest and complete bible on earth.

And it does contain The Book of Enoch: This book, distinct from 1 Enoch, is also part of the Ethiopian canon. It contains apocalyptic literature and visions attributed to Enoch. • The Rest of Esther: The Ethiopian canon includes additional content in the Book of Esther, which is not found in other versions of the Bible.

If the Book of Enoch in the Ethiopian bible is different then 1 Enoch.... How?

I am searching but am not coming up with anything that says The Book of Enoch: This book is distinct from 1 Enoch,



Wycliffes_Shillelagh

They are the same book. 

R.H. Charles re-discovered the book while exploring Africa about 130 years ago and translated it from Ethiopic into English. 

In the 1940's the Dead Sea Scrolls were discovered, and copies of the same book were found, but in Hebrew.  The version from the Dead Sea Scrolls shows that the Ethiopic version is a faithful translation, differing only in the order of a few chapters.

Rella

Quote from: Wycliffes_Shillelagh on Tue Apr 23, 2024 - 10:07:38They are the same book. 

R.H. Charles re-discovered the book while exploring Africa about 130 years ago and translated it from Ethiopic into English. 

In the 1940's the Dead Sea Scrolls were discovered, and copies of the same book were found, but in Hebrew.  The version from the Dead Sea Scrolls shows that the Ethiopic version is a faithful translation, differing only in the order of a few chapters.

Thanks Jarrod,

I am glad cause I simply don't want to read another one at the moment.

Other battles are at the forefront rofl


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