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The understanding of the usefulness and accuracy of the LXX translation is greatly enhanced by undercutting the idea that this phrase refers to a lifestyle. It clearly does not because the context is the end of each patriarch which is usually death. In Enoch's case this was not death but instead it was an unusual end where God intervened. The question at ...


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This is a good question -- or rather, set of questions. I begin by reiterating a comment from the Q&A linked by OP: to engage with this set of issues fully, one really needs to consult Catrin H. Williams, I Am He: The Interpretation of ʾAnî Hûʾ in Jewish and Early Christian Literature (WUNT II/113; Mohr Siebeck, 2000). There is plenty of other relevant ...



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