Enoch

Jude

14 Enoch. Just as he may have quoted from a pseudepigraphical book when he referred to Michael and Moses, so Jude here quotes from another pseudepigraphical book of the Inter-Testamental period, the book of the ancient patriarch Enoch. This prophecy does, indeed, appear very early in The Book of Enoch, and Jude’s use of it authenticates the historicity of the prophecy, even though the book itself is not divinely inspired and mostly non-historical.

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