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Entered according to Act of Congress in the year 1882 by. WARREN F DRAPER, in the office of the Librarian of Congress at Washington. Downloaded from www holybooks com, https www holybooks com the book of enoch the george h schodde translation. To my honored Teacher, PROF FRANZ DELITZSCH D D, Leipzig Germany. and to my kind Friend, PROF EZRA ABBOT D D, Cambridge Mass. Downloaded from www holybooks com, https www holybooks com the book of enoch the george h schodde translation.
A FREE ACROBAT BOOK, www free yes info, GTR Greek Text Rem oved. HTR H ebrew Text Removed, Downloaded from www holybooks com. https www holybooks com the book of enoch the george h schodde translation. GENERAL INTRODUCTION, SPECIAL INTRODUCTION, THE BOOK OF ENOCH. SECTION II, SECTION III, SECTION IV, SECTION VI, SECTION VII. SECTION VIII, SECTION IX, SECTION XI, SECTION XII, SECTION XIII.
SECTION XIV, SECTION XV, SECTION XVI, SECTION XVII. SECTION XVIII, SECTION XIX, SECTION XX, Downloaded from www holybooks com. https www holybooks com the book of enoch the george h schodde translation. Scarcely any department of theological science has in the last few decades received such marked. attention and cultivation as that branch for which the Germans have adopted the felicitous appellation. Neutestamentliche Zeitgeschichte the study of the age of Christ in its political social and religious aspects. Observant readers will not have failed to detect that the tendency of modern evangelical theology is to. transfer the centre of interest from the work of Christ to the person of Christ Hand in hand and in close. connection with this general tendency certain auxiliary branches have assumed an importance hitherto not. attributed to them When the person of Christ forms the cynosure of all eyes his surroundings proportionally. grow in interest and importance and hence it is not surprising that so much acumen and learning have been. employed in the truly fascinating study of the Palestine of Christ s day in all its relations The central sun casts. its rays of resplendent light on ever day objects and these become prominent in proportion as they reflect. this light, In more than one respect the Book of Enoch is an important factor in these investigations Being one. of the oldest specimens of apocalyptic literature reflecting in its different parts the convictions feelings and. longings of the people of God at different stages of their development written in imitation of the spirit of the. prophets with religious purposes and spiritual objects it can safely be said to be an invaluable aid to the. understanding of the religious and moral atmosphere in which the Saviour lived It does not belong merely. to the curiosities of literature but is a book of positive worth and the source of much information to the. patient investigator, This will suffice as an apology for a new translation of Enoch In the translation the object has been to. render as literally as possible even if thereby the English should become a little harsh Of course the notes. do not pretend to unravel all the mysteries in this most mysterious of books but it is hoped they will be of. some assistance in understanding these intricacies Naturally these and the Introduction are in part a. compilation but the thoughts of others have been used with judgment and discrimination and the sources. are indicated In all questions the writer has been independent as will be seen by the fact that he has. frequently departed from beaten paths, Much remains yet to be done before this book will be entirely understood Both its connection in.
sentiment and expression with the Old Testament as well as its influence on Talmudic and Rabbinical lore. especially the latter must to a great extent be the work of future investigations But even with the limited. means at hand this book which an inspired writer thought worthy of citation will not be read by the. Christian theologian and minister without deep interest. In conclusion the translator desires to express his thanks to his friend Prof Dr Adolf Harnack of. Giessen Germany for kind words and deeds in connection with this work and to Prof Dr Ezra Abbot for. his interest and aid in its publication, GEORGE H SCHOD DE. Columbus Ohio Nov 21 1881, Downloaded from www holybooks com. https www holybooks com the book of enoch the george h schodde translation. GENERAL INTRODUCTION, Enoch GTR LXX HTR is the name of four biblical persons The first is the oldest son of Cain Gen. iv 17 the second the son of Jared Gen v 18 the third the son of Midian Gen xxv 4 the fourth the. oldest son of Reuben Gen xlvi 9 Ex vi 14 Of these the second alone is of importance and interest for. us not only on account of the mysterious prominence given him in Gen v but especially from the fact that. an inspired writer of the New Testament Jude in his letter ver 14 mentions him as a prophet and produces. a quotation from a book attributed to the patriarch The existence of such a book does not however rest on. the authority of this statement alone but in the early literature of the church there is a whole chain of. evidences to this effect Nearly all of the church Fathers knew of an apocryphal Book of Enoch and their. description of the work and citations from it prove satisfactorily that it was virtually the same as that which. now lies before us Among the Apostolic Fathers the Epistle of Barnabas refers to such a work In chap iv. 3 of that letter Enoch is cited and the character of the quotation points to chap 80 of our book as its. probable source while in the statement of the same Epistle xvi 5 although. The last two are transcribed in the authorized version Hanoch the others Enoch. introduced with the important words GTR we find almost the very words of En 89 56 From that time on. to about the seventh century Christian literature to which alone we owe the preservation of the important. work produces ample proof of the constant use and high standing of this book Beside the Jewish Christian. Testament xxl Patriarch a production of the second century the church Fathers Justin Martyr Clemens. of Alexandria Origen Irenaeus Tertullian Eusebius Jerome Hilary Epiphanius Augustine and others refer. to and use it The majority of these statements are indeed simply allusions and general references but they. are of such a character that their source in the present Book of Enoch can generally be found to a certainty. the writers in this respect following the example of Jude whose citation is taken from En 1 9 and is not a. literal reproduction The Fathers all with possibly the one dissenting voice of Tertullian De Cult Fem I 3. deny the canonicity of this book and properly regard it as apocryphal some going even so far as to deny the. canonicity of Jude because he had dared to quote an apocryphal work The precedent for this step was given. in the Apostolic Constitutions vi 16 in strong words When after the time of. Cf on 2 1 15 5 19 2 25 5 61 10 89 50, Their references have been collected and discussed in Fabricius Codex Pseudepigraphus Vet Test vol I 1722 pp. 160 224 and in Philippi Das Buch Henoch 1868 p 102 118. Cf on 15 8 9 16 2, Cf on 8 3 16 2 19 3, Cf on 6 5 6 19 1 3 21 1.
Cf on 10 3 14 7, Cf on 8 2 16 2 19 1 82 3 99 6 7, Cf on 6 6 16 2. Cf the discu ssion of th ese in H offm ann Das Buch H enoch 1830 38 pp 887 916. Cf Jerom e Catal Script E ccles 4, Augustine the period of literary death robbed the church of many of her noblest monuments of literature. the Book of Enoch too was lost and later investigators had to be content with the references in the Fathers. Downloaded from www holybooks com, https www holybooks com the book of enoch the george h schodde translation. and a few extracts made by the learned monk of the eighth century Georgius Syncellus in his. Chronography A short time after him in the ninth century the book is mentioned as an apocryphon of the. New Testament by the Patriarch Nicephorus The fragments preserved by Syncellus varying indeed in minor. points of expression are still virtually an extract from the book as we have it now They are divided into two. parts the first containing chap 6 1 to chap 9 4 the second chap 8 4 to chap 10 14 and chap 15 8 to chap. 16 1 in addition to which there is a small part not found in the Ethiopic Here comes into consideration also. a small fragment of the Greek Enoch found after the discovery and publication of the Ethiopic version We. refer to the Greek text of chap 89 42 49 written with tachygraphical notes and published from a Codex. Vaticanus Cod Gr 1809 in facsimile by Angelo Mai in Patrum Nova Bibliotheca vol ii These verses were. deciphered by Prof Gildemeister who published his results in the Zeitschrift d Deutsch Morgenl nd. Gesellschaft 1855 pp 621 624 In Jewish literature the Book of Enoch did not stand in such high regard as. it did among Christian writers and consequently was not so extensively used It was however neither. unknown nor ignored altogether Already in the work so frequently cited in early Christian literature as GTR. a production of the first, Published in Dillmann s translation pp 82 86. Cf Niceph ed Dindorf I 787, Christian century the references are frequent and unmistakable A comparison of the statements of this.
book of the Jubilees especially p 17 sq of the Ethiopic text ed Dillmann with those of Enoch forces us. to the conclusion that the author of the former book could not have written as he did without an exact. knowledge of the contents of the latter Of the use made of the book by later Jewish writers we have a brief. account by A Jellinek in the Zeitschrift d D M G 1853 p 249 The clearest example in this respect is found. in Sohar vol ii Parasha HTR p 55 a ed Mant et Amsterd Comperimus in libro Hanochi Deum illi. postquam sustulisset eum in sublime et ostendisset ei omnes thesauros superiores et inferiores monstrasse. etiam arborem vitae et arborem illam quam interdixerat Adamo et vidit locum Adami in Paradiso in quo. si Adamus observasset praeceptum illud vixisset perpetuo et in aeternum mansisset In vol I Parasha. Bereshit p 37 b there is a remark that covers about the same ground with the additional statement that the. Book of Enoch was handed down to him from the time when he began to associate with superterrestrial. The existence of such a Book of Enoch made certain from these numerous quotations was the source. of considerable perplexity and anxiety to Christian theologians and numerous and curious were the. conjectures concerning its authorship and character In the. R nsch finds ninetee n such references in the boo k of th e Jubilees Cf Dru mm ond The Jewish Messiah p 71. Th e Hebrew text of th is quotation is found in Philippi l c p 121 A ccording to Philipp i s statem ents there are also. references to Enoch in the Assum ptio Mosis a fragmentary production of the first or second century A D and in 4 Ezra. and in the Sibylline Books Cf l c p 105 sq, beginning of the seventeenth century it was confidently asserted that the book mourned as lost was to be. found in an Ethiopic translation in Abyssinia and the learned Capuchin monk Peirescius bought an Ethiopic. book which was claimed to be the identical one quoted by Jude and the Fathers Ludolf the great Ethiopic. scholar of the seventeenth and eighteenth centuries however soon proved it to be a miserable production. of a certain Abba Bahaila Michael Better success attended the efforts of the famous English traveller James. Bruce who discovered three copies of the book and brought them in 1773 with him to Europe One of. these found its way into the Bodleian Library the other was presented to the Royal Library of France the. Downloaded from www holybooks com, https www holybooks com the book of enoch the george h schodde translation. third was kept by Bruce Since that time other copies have been brought from Abyssinia Strange to say no. use was made of these important documents until the year 1800 when Silvestre de Sacy in his Notice sur le. livre d Enoch in the Magazin Encyclop dique an vi tome I p 382 gave as specimens of the book the extracts. and Latin translation of chap 1 and 2 chap 5 16 and chap 22 and 32 from which then in 1801 a German. translation was made by Rink There again the matter rested until 1821 when Prof Laurence afterwards. Archbishop of Cashel published an English translation from the MS in the Bodleian with the title The. Book of Enoch the Prophet an apocryphal production supposed to have been lost for ages but discovered. at the close of the last century in Abyssinia now first translated from an Ethiopic MS in the Bodleian Library. Oxford 1821 The second edition of this work, Cf L udolf Com mentarius in H ist Aethiop p 347. Cf Bruce Travels vol ii p 422 sq, appeared in 1833 the third in 1838 In the same year in which the third edition appeared Laurence edited. the Ethiopic text as Libri Enoch Prophetae Versio Aethiopica Both text and translation are unreliable. and must now be regarded as entirely antiquated Laurence s text is divided into one hundred and five. chapters which division was accepted by investigators down to Dillmann He very properly made the division. into one hundred and eight chapters Prof A G Hoffmann of Jena issued a full translation of Enoch with. copious notes in two parts as Das Buch Henoch in vollst ndiger Uebersetzung mit fortlaufendem Commentar. ausf hrlicher Einleitung und erl uternden Excursen For Part I chap 1 57 issued 1833 Hoffmann could use. Book of Enoch was handed down to him from the time when he began to associate with superterrestrial beings The existence of such a Book of Enoch made certain from these numerous quotations was the source of considerable perplexity and anxiety to Christian theologians and numerous and curious were the conjectures concerning its authorship and character In the R nsch finds

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