The Book of Enoch: A Modern English Translation of the Ethiopian Book of Enoch, by Andy McCracken- (scripture references and commentary, by Geibral Elisha)

When I first started researching the Interlinear Bible and Hebrew words (which led to my essay, “God is An”), I intended to prove myself wrong. In my mind, at the time, I was confused and ashamed. How could I believe the scriptures could possibly refer to flying crafts, strange relations, and a group of beings, both good and bad influencing early humans. After reading the Hebrew texts, I began to see clearly what my mind had known. I could not unsee what had been seen. That there is more to the “Lord of Hosts” than we can conceive. We have painted ourselves into a corner. For centuries, if not millennia, Genesis 6 was an inexplicable enigma. It seemed out of place. Somehow or someway, it made its way into the Bible. A fluke, or providence? Many will point to the notion of jump-started civilizations as fantastical and far-reaching. I was one of those. Until I researched for myself, I began to connect the dots and realized that our history is incomplete. My goal with this project was simple. I wanted to share some scripture references and commentary on the Book of Enoch. Please feel free to download and share the PDF.

The Book of Enoch: A Modern English Translation of the Ethiopian Book of Enoch by Andy McCracken- (scripture references and commentary by Geibral Elisha)