1 Enoch: A New Translation; Based on the Hermeneia by George W.E. Nickelsburg

By George W.E. Nickelsburg

Created at the side of an exhaustive severe observation, this is often the one English translation of one Enoch that takes under consideration all the textual info now to be had within the Ethiopic model, the Greek texts, and the useless Sea Aramaic fragments. on account that basically the 1st of 2 Hermeneia statement volumes is now on hand, this e-book offers an critical translation of the total paintings

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Critical edition of Ethiopic version and text of Greek version of 1 Enoch 1-32 Chialà, Sabino. Libro delle parabole di Enoc. Studi Biblici 117. Brescia: Paideia, 1997. Introduction, translation, and commentary on the Book of Parables Isaac, Ephraim. ” In James H. , The Old Testament Pseudepigrapha, 1:5-89. 2 vols. Garden City: Doubleday, 1983-85. Translation of one Ethiopic manuscript with textual apparatus Knibb, Michael A. The Ethiopic Book of Enoch: A New Edition in the Light of the Aramaic Dead Sea Fragments: In Consultation with Edward Ullendorff 2 vols.

Although the Epistle is ostensibly addressed to Enoch’s children, mentioned in chapter 91, it is in fact directed to the author’s own contemporaries, “the future generations that will practice righteousness and peace” (92:1; cf. 1:1-2; 37:2). On the basis of his revealed knowledge of the heavenly realm, Enoch assures his readers that God’s imminent judgment will bring vindication and everlasting blessing to the righteous and swift punishment to their powerful oppressors. Thus, although the times are troubled, he can exhort the righteous to faith, steadfastness, and joy.

A Commentary on the Animal Apocalypse of I Enoch. Society of Biblical Literature Early Judaism and its Literature Series 4. Atlanta: Scholars, 1993. Commentary on 1 Enoch 85-90 Uhlig, Siegbert. Das Athiopische Henochbuch. Jüdische Schriften aus hellenistisch-römischer Zeit 5/6. Gütersloh: Mohn, 1984. Introduction, translation, and notes. VanderKam, James C. ” In James C. , The Jewish Apocalyptic Heritage in Early Christianity, 33-101. 4. Minneapolis: Fortress Press, 1996. VanderKam, James C. Calendars in the Dead Sea Scrolls: Measuring Time.

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