In John 9 we are told of Jesus’ interaction with the person whom he previously healed of blindness. Upon learning of his troubles with the Judean authorities Jesus said: “’Do you believe in the Son of Man?’ He answered, “Who is He, Lord, that I may believe in Him?” Jesus said to him, “You have both seen Him, and He is the one who is talking with you.” And he said, “Lord, I believe.” And he worshiped Him. (John 9:35-38) The Book of Enoch, a Jewish pre-Christian literary work, testifies that among Jews even before Jesus there were already well developed notions of the Son of Man. The lined up quite well with the figure of the gospel’s Son of Man (Yeshua/Jesus).

1. And in that place I saw the fountain of righteousness
Which was inexhaustible:
And around it were many fountains of wisdom;

And all the thirsty drank of them,
And were filled with wisdom,
And their dwellings were with the righteous and holy and elect.
2. And at that hour that Son of Man was named In the presence of the Lord of Spirits,
And his name before the Head of Days.

3. Yea, before the sun and the signs were created,
Before the stars of the heaven were made,
His name was named before the Lord of Spirits.

4. He shall be a staff to the righteous whereon to stay themselves and not fall,
And he shall be the light of the Gentiles,
And the hope of those who are troubled of heart (click here).

5. All who dwell on earth shall fall down and worship before him,
And will praise and bless and celebrate with song the Lord of Spirits.

6. And for this reason hath he been chosen and hidden before Him,
Before the creation of the world and for evermore (click here).

Book of Enoch, Translation by R. H. Charles (1917). Chapter 48.1-6



  1. I have heard of this aspect of the Book of Enoch before. Are there any particular passages in the Gospels that indicate if the evangelists and disciples recognised the fulfilment of this motif (John 1 springs to mind in parallel to Enoch 48:3, although this may have been pure Divine Inspiration on John’s part)? Do any of the crowd’s responses to Jesus in speech reflect an understanding of Him claiming Godhood in relation to the Son of Man and Lord of Spirits concept – for instance, at the “before Abraham was, I AM!” moment? Does Enoch mention Divine atonement?

    • Jesus didn’t say Before Abraham was created I Am, this was Yahweh speaking through Jesus, Jesus clearly said the words your hearing are not my own but the Father is speaking through me, so, Yahweh was speaking to the Jews through Jesus, God was confirming that sent Jesus.

  2. Jude may have cited the Book of Enoch as an example of a clever Jewish Gnostic text–knowing that Enoch was not the “seventh from Adam” but rather the sixth. A prevalent theme in the Book of Jude is combating false teaching. “Enoch” adds fanciful tales or even contradicts Scripture. It pretends to be the work of Enoch himself which, unless the writer also claims to be a time-traveler, is invalidated by the fact that “Enoch” speaks of Noah (Enoch 10:2) and the real Enoch was taken up to heaven before Noah was born.

  3. In any case, Ezekiel was constantly called the “Son of Man” (indicating his human mortality) while Daniel 7:13-14 refers to another “Son of Man,” prefiguring the Messiah as a divine/human being to whom is given “…authority, glory and sovereign power; all nations and peoples of every language worshiped him. His dominion is an everlasting dominion that will not pass away, and his kingdom is one that will never be destroyed.”

    • Hi Urmas. The “Son of Man” isn’t always used in the same way from one book to another. For example in the Book of Ezekiel, “The Son of Man” does seem to stress a human being. However, in the Book of Daniel “the Son of Man” is a very different kind of figure –

      • In Daniel the son of man are the saints spoken in a metaphorical way because the Angel explains the interpretation of the vision as the saints sitting on thrones and ruling the earth with servants and Jesus includes himself as one of these saints Biblical commentary confirms this interpretation.

  4. I am curious about the “song of the Lord of Spirits”. I read that Hebrew music was more about a grouping of events. The article made singing (in my mind) sound very similar to the description I read about in God’s testimonies (remembrance – visual and tangible representations of past events or the Almighty’s covenants). I would not have had a word “Holy Spirit”, but I did have remembrances/revelations (grouping of events) that caused me to recognize Christ.

  5. Hi Iove reading snippets of scriptures given with Jewish insight. But unfortunately I can afford to do the course. I’m 70 on a basic pension. Love the information that’s sent. Thank you. Linda, blessing in Yeshua

  6. The greatest thing that I could possibly share, is The Book Of Mormon. A history of people from Jerusalem, that left their home and took their genealogy with them. It also speaks about the time that Jesus visited them in the Americas. Through the prophet Joseph Smith, the Gospel Of Jesus Christ has been restored to the earth. It is for everyone to witness the truth and I assure you that I willingly add my name to testify of its truthfulness. So please take time to read it and may you be blessed as I am.

      • Artem, shaom! Just to be clear :-). No one on staff thinks that the Book of Mormon is credible book. On the other hand if someone wanted to read it for general familiarity just like it may be good idea to read Quran or any other “work of man” no harm is done. I want to personally welcome you to our learning community! It is a great privilege to have a student all the way from Armenia one of the first nations in the world to accept the message of the Jewish Christ!

      • Israel Bible Center equips you with the tools you need to enter into the Jewish world of Scripture. We provide first-rate teaching, and the opportunity to learn from some of the world’s top scholars. As a student, you will be able to interact personally with our teaching faculty, and gain access to hundreds of hours of Bible courses, including The Story of Our Hebrew Fathers: Abraham and Isaac and The Jewish Apostle Paul I: His World. Become a part of the community of teachers and students at Israel Bible Center today!

        • Hello brother Eli, thanks a lot, I always thought that to learn from Jewish teachers is blessing. now I have enrolled standard package and study book of revaletion Thanks again and LORD JESUS BLESS YOUR MINISTRY

          • I am so happy to have you with us! May the Lord blessings rest upon you mightily!

    • Mark, learn Christianity formally from the Catholic teachings and you will be enlightened that Jesus founded the RCC. There is no other Messiah / Prophet after Jesus. J Smith was a derailed delusional false prophet. Toss out the Book of Mormons with distortions of the Bible and be guided by the true Holy Spirit. Get the Douay / Rheims version with the Catechism of the RCC and its Compendium and even so KJB or The Jerusalem Bible. God bless you and keep on searching the Truth.

      • Celia, I beg to differ about the bible versions you are referring Mark to especially the douay/rheims bibles which I believe are Jesuits bibles. These have a lot of verses deliberately left out and the catechism’s ten commandments are 9 with the tenth split to make-up for the 2nd commandment which was also deliberately left out to accommodate the idols that are in every Roman Catholic church

        • Good reply to Celia C. about the Catholic bible etc. The Lord got me out of that religion and showed me the Truth back on 1972 after being born, raised and blinded by their false teachings. That religion puts their writings and traditions above holy scripture. I could write a book about the blindness and shackles they keep people in. It’s not until you come to the Light and the Holy Spirit opens your eyes that you are truly free and know the Truth. Praise the Lord.

    • NOT! Sorry, but the Book of Mormon and it’s doctrines has nothing to do with the Bible!

    • The Book of Mormons is false theology written by another false prophet /teacher .Mormons are not Jews ! Mormons did not come from The Sovereign Nation of Israel .Were Mormons given the Torah and Tanakh ? Did the Mormons speak Hebrew ? Were the Mormons given the Holy Mitz’vah on Mt .Sinai ? The people who call themselves Mormons are Goyim /Gentiles .Do Mormons honor the Appointed Times of Adonai ? Y’Shua Himself is a Jew ! John Smith was a false teacher and false prophet like Mohammed .

  7. Hebrews 11:5 “By faith Enoch was translated that he should not see death; and was not found, because God had translated him: for before his translation he had this testimony, that he pleased God” Jude 1:14 “Enoch, the seventh from Adam, prophesied of these, saying, Behold, the Lord cometh with ten thousands of his saints,” Enoch 62:9 “And all the kings and the mighty and the exalted and those who rule the earth Shall fall down before him on their faces, And worship and set their hope upon that Son of Man, And petition Him for mercy at His Hands”

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  8. There are so many gems in the Book of Enoch that are completely missed by Christians today. It is sad that so many books were taken out from the original Scriptures to form the King James Bible upon which every other English translation is based.

    • Hi Tamar. Well, I think things are a bit more complicated than that. Remember, the Book of Enoch is also not included in the Jewish Bible (The Tanak) – not merely the Protestant KJV. But you’re right – a lot of Christians miss out on the fact that there are some real gems in the Book of Enoch.

  9. I do not consider that Jesus is God, but rather that he was in God’s plan from the very beginning of creation. The creator knew that man (Adam) would fail and instead of destroying man, allowed man to continue until the one that was prophesied in Gen 3:15 would come to destroy sin (Jesus himself was sinless, but sin is still with us until Christ returns to set up his kingdom), but who was in the presence of sin (i.e., sin was nipping at his heel).

    • Hi Horst, I’m sure you realize, of course, that texts like First Enoch “open the door” for Gospel’s presentation of Jesus’s divine nature.

    • Horst, sad that you do not understand the Blessed Trinity properly. When I experienced an epiphany and being slain in the Spirit in 1987, I experienced God’s love for me. God whispered in my right ear “my dear child give all your problems to me.” I could not figure it out then later discerned it was the Blessed Trinity. I could not separate Jesus in the beautiful experience. Ask the Holy Spirit to guide you. It could happen to you anytime anywhere. You do not to be in a prayer meeting.

  10. Dr Eli, I have been receiving emails from you for several months. I have thoroughly enjoyed gleaning from them. I have a question about baptism. My church organization believes in baptism by full immersion and in the Name of Jesus. We find this in Acts 2:38, and about three more times in the scriptures. We believe this is the fulfillment of Matthew 28:19. Could you tell me your interpretation of Acts 2:38? Thank you for your consideration.

    • Dennis, whether baptism must be through full immersion God’s people have debated for centuries (and I will not be so arrogant as to presume to resolve this definitely) :-). I think Tertullian may have been right when he said when water is absent, use send for baptisms. Method and means are not nearly as important as its mystery and its meaning. I hope this helps you.

  11. Also, Tamar, the other modern translations are not based on the KJV, but manuscripts in the original languages, including many which have been discovered since 1611. I also agree that there is a lot of good reading/learning to be done with the pseudepigrapha and apocrypha.

    • Don’t forget the Ethiopian Bible, the Dead Sea Scrolls, the Talmud (esp Mishna), and … It is my understanding that canon is a Gentile idea, more or less forced on the Jews when the LXX was written. Jewish thought is more that Torah is canon, and every other writing must stand on its own merits. But they glean from all of them. That said, canons are a handy thing, which they seem to have adopted/expanded in the TNK.

      • Clearly at the time of Jesus what would become Christian and Jewish canons was still fluid and not fully formed.

  12. I too love reading these messages and would love to enroll, however, being retired and on social security I cannot afford the course at this time. I do hope it is offered again.

    • Shalom, Gloria. We try to make our courses as affordable and as flexible as possible. I hope that it will be possible for you to enroll sometime soon. In the mean time, please know that I am so glad that you are a part of our community!

    • We are very happy that you’ve joined our discussion forum. Would you believe that these articles are only a taste of what Israel Bible Center has to offer? We also provide comprehensive teaching on a variety of biblical, historical, and cultural topics. You might begin with Exodus and The New Testament or Jewish Insights Into Scriptures I. You’ll be amazed at the Jewish world that awaits you. Don’t delay another minute: enroll now!

      • I so much wish I could take all your courses. I’m also on a budget, but hope that soon I may be able to enroll.

        • I hope it works out that you can too. If you have a friend or two that would go in with you on a membership, that would give you an appealing discount. Have you thought of doing that?

  13. Dr. Eli, I have just one request. Is it possible to make your audios and or videos about 25 minutes long or less for each one? I’ll tell you why. It’s because 57 minutes is just too long for one session! Thanks and I hope you’ll make some changes, if at all possible. I appreciate it! Take your time and let us know…..Cheers, June

  14. Greetings, Mine is not a comment but a request. I am wanting to know which is the best Hebrew translation of the New Testament (Brith Chadashah)? I have one from “The Society For Distributing Hebrew Scriptures “. It says “This versionof the Salkinson-Ginsburg Hebrew New Testament has been completed and edited to correspond to the Greek Textus Receptus by Revd. Dr. Eric S. Gabe (2000). Third Edition. Thank you for all the insight into the Holy Scriptures. I enjoy all of it. Shalom

  15. I went online and there are quite a few translations for the Book of Enoch. Do you have a suggestion for the best translation?

    • Gwen, generally the later the better :-), but then it never hurts with any piece of literature to use some older and newer translations.

  16. Hello Everyone, I just finished listening to the 57 minute audio of The Samaritan Woman Encounter. I noticed one common recurrent theme in this story and many stories in the Torah and New Testament. Women seem to be constantly blamed for being harlots, yet men are never blamed. Why is that? In the case of the Samaritan Woman, she had five husbands. But my question would be, could each of her five husbands have had five wives? If so, this would mean that ‘it takes two to Tango’, both women and men.

    • Yes, there is a general tendency to think of a woman as more sinful than man. This is not biblical. For all have fallen short of the glory of God.

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    • Women in the scripture are often referencing “Israel”. The Samaritan woman actually refers to the northern nation of Israel. Israel had 5 husbands.(false gods) that she committed hordom with. Read the book of Hosea..

    • Hi June, That’s great to hear! Thanks for sharing that with us. I am glad you are a part of our community.

  17. I strongly believe the Book of Enoch should be added to the Bible. It makes it so clear now and in facts it mention in the dead sea scrolls. The KJV had made so many mistake and now have to go back to the very first Bible putting every book in the bible. I had finally understood the Revelation in a Jewish Context had open my eyes. I had to go find my Book of Enoch so I can compare this with The Book of Revelation and the Book of Daniel. This courses was awesome well taught. Thank you.

    • Dear Dr. Brown, we are honored to have you take part in our forum. Thank you for your kind words. Let us continue to think through these maters together.

    • We are glad that you are finding our articles enlightening. You’ve already started your path into Scripture, but there’s so much more that awaits you! Consider enrolling in our immersive online courses: Exodus and The New Testament or Leviticus and The New Testament. We guarantee that they will deepen your understanding of Scripture and enrich your faith experience.

  18. Thank you Dr. Eli for this insight! The hidden mysteries surrounding Enoch are so beautifully, reverently, and powerfully fascinating!

  19. The Ethopic “Book of Enoch” is a pseudo-pigraphica (written under a false name or pen name) and that much should be at least mentioned for it is a specious and spurious text. The Ethopic pseudo-pigraphica Enoch contradicts the Old Covenant/New Covenant many times. A number of these works date from the time between the Old and New Covenant through the first few centuries appearing to have been a writing fad for awhile. People used the names of famous people, such as characters from the Holy Bible, to lend credibility to the work – to make it appear more authentic. Not many well studied archaeological and literary artifact historians of the Near East in such matters actually believe the book to have been written by Enoch. For it to have existed all those years, it would have had to survive the flood, and we have no evidence in the Scriptures that God told Noe to make sure to bring the pseudo-pigraphica aboard the ark. If there is already much evidence of the speciousness of pseudo-pigraphica of Enoch which is presented by it’s defenders as having alleged unquestionable authenticity, is this not at minimum misleading the bible history ignorant into fables which Jesus’ Spirit through His Apostles declared;

    1Timothy 1:4 *Neither give heed to fables* and endless genealogies, which minister questions, rather than godly edifying which is in faith: so do.

    Titus 1:14 *NOT giving heed to Judean fables, and commandments of men, that turn from the truth.*

    2Peter 1:16 *For we have NOT followed cunningly devised fables, when we made known unto you the power and coming of our Lord Jesus the Christ, but were eyewitnesses of His majesty.

    Something else to considering strongly;

    Tertullian admits that the Hebrews *never* accepted the pseudopigraphica Enoch as authentic *and that Jesus disciples of His time also rejected it.* The very small minority of defenders of the pseudo-pigraphica Enoch state that the “book” was well known by early New Covenant Jesus disciple scribes, which strains credulity, *but they conveniently neglect to state that most rejected the pseudo-pigraphica as being from God.*

    Further to this, there are several books that go by the name “The Book of Enoch”. Most refer to copies of a book found in 1773 in Ethiopia which are a translation of a Greek text that was in turn a translation of an Aramaic or Hebrew text but thus far indeterminable. There were small fragments of this large book found among the DSSs, which parts are of Chapter 2, verses 12-14 and Chapter 3, verses 13-16, yet the book seems to have 108 chapters. There were also other texts/documents which cited portions of the pseudo-pigraphica Enoch showing that the book existed. But w/ such small amount of text, it must be emphasized that it is unknown how the complete book read in Aramaic. Most scholars date the pseudo-pigraphica Enoch to circa 300 B.C. and 100 B.C. chronological time frame. There are larger portions of the book that survived in Greek, but again, not nearly the whole. Also they date from a later period (after the church was founded by Jesus & His Apostles). The only whole version are the Ethiopian translations and additionally, a comparison of the Ethiopian translations to the Aramaic and Greek fragments show the Ethiopian translation is fairly, but not entirely, accurate. Most integritous scholars express that the pseudo-pigraphica Enoch, as it currently exists, is a fairly disjointed work and additionally, it doesn’t have a unifying flow, such as would be found in the writings of one author and it generally, it is agreed to be a composition of several works by multiple authors, but exactly who wrote which portions and what time frames in which places, is heavily debated, which only further lends difficulty in trusting the veracity of it’s authors.

    I myself after reading parts of it counted 52 times on one page alone in terms of historical accuracy alone.

    When defenders of the pseudo-pigraphica Enoch quote from Iude/Jude 14-15, they don’t seem to notice that Iude/Jude doesn’t state he is quoting from the pseudo-pigraphica Enoch. Neither do they seem to notice that since multiple Enochs are mentioned in the Holy Bible, Iude/Jude doesn’t clarify which Enoch he’s referring to in an indirect way. Some ask, how could Iude/Jude know what Enoch stated 4000 years later?. Simple, Iude/Jude is inspired by God/Jesus Canon, so therefore God/Jesus told Him (1Corinthians 2:12-13). It’s the same reason how Moses, ascribed to the be writer of Genesis, was able to write of people lived hundreds of years before him.

    There is much more that could be mentioned but here are some other things to consider; Those who defendof pseudo-pigraphica Enoch get excited about this line in the pseudo-pigraphica Enoch;

    Enoch 1:9: “And behold! He cometh wih then thousands of His holy ones to execute judgment upon all, and to destroy all the ungodly; and to convict all flesh of all the works of their ungodliness which they have ungodly committed, and of all the hard things which ungodly sinners have spoken against Him.”

    …so they get excited about these verses thinking Iude/Jude MUST be quoting from the psuedo-pigraphica of Enoch! Please note though, it is not a literal reproduction,m even allowing for multiple translations. Also, Iude/Jude states that God will judge all and convict the ungodly among them. In pseudo-pigraphica Enoch it states God is judging all and will convict all of their ungodliness. Not quite the same. Further to this, quite interestingly, none of the fragments Aramaic or Greek, contain Enoch 1:9.

    Again there is more than can be stated.. but this should warn it’s readers not to take Judean fables as Biblical Canon.

    • The “man” Enoch (who was mentioned in the Holy Bible) is not to be confused with the “book” of Enoch..which is not mentioned in the Holy Bible. The book of Enoch is a writing that is trying to imitate scripture & quotes it..but the Bible is not authenticating this “book”…only the “man” Enoch. The ‘book” of Enoch has lots of odd sayings in it. I have read this book….not divinely inspired. I am shocked that this institute would even refer from it….because there are many other works that are great to get references from. Blessings, deanna

      • Deanna, we don’t not hold the Book of Enoch as divinely inspired, but it is clear that NT writers thought it very important. Read Michael Heiser’s Books he deals a lot with it.

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    • Next time, please, don’t use capital letters, because in digital language it means that you are very upset :-). There is number of mistakes in what you wrote.

      • Dr. Eli,

        Well to be technically and linguistically accurate in barbarian general English, she didn’t write anything, she typed it (hence why we have the word write and the word type.), so you meant “..what you communicated.”

  21. Even though I cannot take your course, I so enjoy reading what you have to say even if I don’t get to finish. It leads me to look up the scriptures and see what more is being spoken. Thanks again.

  22. Shalom. J.Bell the book of Enoch was not written by Enoch himself. It is believed to have been written much later but in his spirit or honor. Celia. The Apostles of Yeshua and his first followers were not Christians or Catholics. They were Jews who worshiped in the Temple and synagoges and private homes. They were a Jewish Sect. Some called themselves “The Way”. The were like the other Jews in every way except they believed that Yeshua was the Jewish Messiah.

  23. Hello, I would love to do the study with you but have financial burden and on pension so financially untenable at this time hoping maybe in a fee months or so it might be offered again. God bless

  24. I love reading these. I plan to take some of your teachings, I have been to Israel 45 times through the years. I will be their 3/9/19, for #46. I live in Nashville, Tn. I have studied Hebrew in the past, and I’m hungry for more. I am recovering from heart attack, and pneumonia. I’m doing much better, I need to save up for your program,
    But I’m getting there,

  25. Hi Junior. In the Bible doesn’t say Noah was asked to build a toilet on the Ark but thinking logic he had something like that is in it? Ok, not a modern one but he had a place on the Ark for that purpose. The Bible doesn’t mention every thing what actually happened in the past all what is doing is to show us in big lines the life of humans up to the apostles. What I try to say is that Noah could had (I am not saying that’s a fact) the book of Enoch on the Ark even if that is not mentioned in the Bible. Don’t forget Enoch was Noah’s grand-grandfather and a holly man also and that is a good reason to take Enoch book with him on the Ark even if is not mentioned in the Bible. Now I don’t say that’s happen or not, all what I try to say is that is better to have an open mind. After all, the book of Enoch is not a bad book as many thing it is. Keep that in mind.

  26. Hi Eli, John 9:35 in King James Bible is “Dost thou believe in the Son of God?” teaching Jesus’ full Deity.
    9:38 “He worshipped him.” clearly showing he believed that Jesus was God manifest in the flesh.
    This is internal evidence for “Son of God” being the correct reading.
    Ezekiel was called “son of man” many times, but never was worshipped.
    Modern versions come from the very corrupt Codex Vaticanus and Codex Sinaiticus manuscripts, which remove Jesus’ claim of Deity here. “Son of Man” only has 11 manuscript witnesses in UBS Greek 3rd Ed, but “Son of God” has over 60 ancient manuscript witnesses supporting it plus internal evidence.

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    • Keith Piper, Thank you for that important information. 1. You are absolutely correct. The King James reading of John 9:35 is correct: “Do you believe in The Son of God?”. However, Jesus Christ is not The Son of Man described in Daniel 7 and in The Book of Enoch, Who’s attributes are “Judgemental” and Wrathful, unlike those of Jesus’, Who is The embodiment of God’s “Love”.

      2. The, “He”, Son of Man, is the Person, The Spirit of Truth, that Jesus Christ promised to send us in the “End Days” in John 16:8-13, Who’s unique teaching of Truth will indeed set us free!

      3. The “Power” from on High was indeed received then, but “He”, The Person, obviously, did not “Come” at Pentecost!

      4. “Seek and ye shall find!” – Jesus Christ.

  27. Thank you all for your comments here.
    Some I agree with.. some not..but no matter how we each see things the main thing is Jesus Christ is the Son of God and He is returning soon. THEN we shall see and understand all things clearly. But for now, please keep sharing. We can all learn much from each other as we all have come here to learn, drawn together through our love for our Lord. I am looking forward to more articles Dr Eli.. really enjoying them and the interaction between all.
    Blessings to all and shalom

  28. Many people seeking the support of Jesus diviniy here and there but totally forget that Jesus diviniy was declared directly by God the Father ..From the heaven he declared :” This is my Son ….God will not declared Jesus is His Son if Jesus is not God….the same a human father will not declare a young boy born from his seed as his son if the young boy is not a human being.

  29. Your organization is a Blessing! And will play their part in fulfilling… Zepphania 3:9. “Lord will turn the People to a Pure Language !

  30. 1Enoch contains divine revelation that has been fulfilled and validated already. It likely contains other accurate revelation that is still future to us. Whenever a sacred writing contains accurate revelation it should be considered Scripture in my estimation. There are at least a dozen fulfilled prophecies in Enoch.


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