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Is the Son of Man passage in Matthew 25 a reference to 1 Enoch?

General Statements on Jesus' Son of Man and Enoch's Son of Man There is a literary connection. Brad Young (a scholar who seeks to illuminate the words of the New Testament by their parallels in ...
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Is the Son of Man passage in Matthew 25 a reference to 1 Enoch?

The Connection is Unnecessary (Probably Unprovable) It seems unprovable that it is certainly a reference to 1 Enoch 69:27 (see Frank Luke's answer for a possible connection), simply because there is ...
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Does Jude 1:13 refer to literal planets or fallen angels?

Jude 1:8-13 (DRB) In like manner these men also defile the flesh, and despise dominion, and blaspheme majesty. 9 When Michael the archangel, disputing with the devil, contended about the body of Moses,...
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What is the origin of 2 Peter 2:4 and Jude 1:6?

The origin is of Hebrew / Judaism mysticism. Some suppose it to be from the Midrash and Talmud oral traditions passed down from the 3rd - 1st century BC, and then later picked up and reprinted as the ...
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Does the "Spirit of God" (through Jude) in Jude 1:14 validate the book of Enoch?

If the question is asking whether the Holy Spirit validated Enoch 1 because Jude wrote ‘under the inspiration of the Spirit’ - then this can’t be done exegetical. It can only be argued. It becomes an ...
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Does the "Spirit of God" (through Jude) in Jude 1:14 validate the book of Enoch?

The book of 1 Enoch (there is also 2 Enoch and 3 Enoch) was well known in the few centuries around the time of Christ and was then lost. It was only re-discovered in 1773 by the Scottish explorer, ...
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Is James 2:19 referencing 1 Enoch 13:5?

When do heavenly hosts tremble if not here during the Gen 6 incursion referenced in 1 Enoch 13? One such place would be the liturgies of John Chrysostom and Basil the Great, which read: No one bound ...
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Is James 2:19 referencing 1 Enoch 13:5?

The verse numbering of the NT Pseudepigrapha is not completely standardized yet. Thus, the phrase, "And they (sons of heaven) all became terrified, and trembled" from 1 Enoch 13 is found in:...
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Does Jude, inspired by the Holy Spirit (vss. 14-15), quote from the Book of Enoch or is it the other way around?

This amazing “quote” in Jude 14, 15 could be due to any of the following phenomena: Jude actually quoted from the book of 1 Enoch 1:9. However, this does not make 1 Enoch a Biblical book any more ...
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Is Hebrews 4:13 a quote from the book of Enoch?

The short answer appears to be, "YES" - Heb 4:13 seems to quote 1 Enoch 9:5 as correctly observed by the OP. The author Hebrews does not say this explicitly, but such a lack of attribution ...
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What is the origin of 2 Peter 2:4 and Jude 1:6?

The origin of some passages in 1 Peter and Jude does appear to be the so-called Enoch literature. In Jude 14, this is explicitly stated: "Enoch, the seventh from Adam, prophesied about them:" As a ...
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In the Book of Enoch, what is meant by the ram in Parable of the Animals?

Of course, there is no way one can be absolutely certain whom the original author of 1 Enoch intended to be represented by the great horn. Robert Henry Charles, who produced an English translation of ...
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