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For the first time, a book of the apocrypha has been keyed to Strong's Concordance for the purpose of in-depth study of the original text. Side-by-side with the Greek fragments of the Book of Enoch found in Akhmim, Egypt, a new English translation has been presented. Said to have been written by the antediluvian prophet, Enoch (Gen 5:24), this ancient book gives a first-hand account of the fall of the angels (Isa 14:12-14; 2Pet 2:4; Jude 1:6) and their abominable union with humans (Gen 6:1-4). Though its place among the Holy Scriptures has been a subject of great controversy over the centuries, it seems clear that the canonical Epistle of Jude (1:14-15) quotes it as an authoritative document. However, with this new interlinear study edition of Enoch, you can compare it to the canonical Bible and choose for yourself: is it inspired by God, or is it simply another forgery ("pseudepigrapha")?