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"The Book of Enoch" is a Jewish religious work purportedly written by Enoch, the grandson of Noah. A few small Christian and Jewish groups accept "The Book of Enoch" as a canonical part of scripture, but most do not. More »

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Many scholars consider the Book of Enoch to be the source that the Book of Giants was based on. An alternative view is held by adherents of the Manichaean faith, who believe that the Book of Enoch and the Book of Giants ... More »

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As of 2015, "The Book of the Secrets of Enoch" is available for purchase on Amazon.com in hardback, paperback and Kindle editions. It is also available at Barnesandnoble.com, and an e-book version is available from the G... More »

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Many scholars consider the Book of Enoch to be the source that the Book of Giants was based on. An alternative view is held by adherents of the Manichaean faith, who believe that the Book of Enoch and the Book of Giants ... More »

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Free copies of the Book of Enoch are available in the Google Play store, at Archive.org, and at Sacred-Texts.com. All of these are digital versions of the text; free print versions are unavailable. More »

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In the account of Genesis, Enoch is part of the seventh generation from Adam. Enoch, the son of Jared, walked with the Lord and lived 300 years before being taken up into heaven. More »

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The name Malachi refers to a messenger; the Book of Malachi is titled "ykalm" in Hebrew, which means "Messenger of Yahweh" or "My Messenger." Malachi likely lived between 568 and 433 B.C. Nothing is known about Malachi's... More »

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