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By Robert G. Ingersol

ISBN-10: 1578849500

ISBN-13: 9781578849505

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R. H. Charles proposed in his edition that chapters 1-5 were written as an introduction to the whole collection of I Enoch as a final section to the work. u The Aramaic fragments of 4QEn have since proven Charles' findings incorrect. 4-6. 8 (see discussion below). Milik, Books of Enoch, 140-41. Milik and others conclude that the Vorlage of 44201 originated as early as the third century. See also Nickelsburg, Commentary, 7; Stone, "Book of Enoch and Judaism," 484; and Hanson, "Rebellion in Heaven," 219-20.

1. Here he is an angelic figure associated with the Asa'el tradition, which will be discussed in some detail below. 3). 1). 6). - '' See John J. Karel van der Toom, Bob Becktng, and Pteter W. ; Letden: Bnll, 1999). 893-95. The rdca of these angels IS attested In mullple works, cf. 18; 4Q180; 4QEn; 1QapGen; T12P; Daniel 10-12; Hesrod, Works and Days; Phtlo of Byblos, Phoenrclon Htstory. *This tradition will be discussed ur detail in ch. 4 below. " T h ~ tradrtton s will be discussed la deta~lin ch.

29The giant offspring that are born fiom the relations are the primary cause of the violence and destruction on the earth, which, in turn, results in the Flood (cf. 4). This same group of angels has a role in the second strand of chapters 616, which begins in chapter 8. This is the story of the angel Asa'el, whose original mission on the earth was to teach the arts of civilization for the good of humanity. However, the apparently improper use of the knowledge by humans resulted in their own corruption and the punishment of the Watcher angels.

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