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Message Subject Why the Book of Enoch is not included in the Bible? Because it foretold the truth about Jesus and the Fallen Angels
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But the Jewish Bible was not finalized until sixty years after Christ, at the Council of Jamnia about 90 AD. Moreover, Jamnia was a council that was dominated by Pharisees a sect which Jesus Christ did not particularly care for. Consequently, there is no reason to assume that Jesus Christ would have agreed with the council's decision. On the contrary, there is every reason to believe Jesus would have protested Jamnia, and therefore, Jesus would also protest the contents of the Old Testament if he were here today.

Which of these Bibles would Jesus have been most likely to accept? Jesus had ties to the Essene community who wrote the Dead Sea Scrolls; therefore he would have been most likely to choose the Essene canon, thereby including Enoch and Jubilees in the Bible. There is no reason to think he would accept the Catholic/Greek Old Testament, because Jesus was not a Greek Jew, and he never made any statements suggesting he favored Greek Judaism over Palestinian Judaism. Neither would he have accepted the Protestant Old Testament, because it is based on the Council of Jamnia, which was a council of Pharisees.

Genesis 6:1-4
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 Quoting: Haile Menelik 50614546

So - now you can read the mind of Jesus!

I'm afraid that would be humanly impossible. I believe we are unable to think like, or understand the thinking of Jesus.

I would be very careful not to speak for Jesus, unless he has given you permission to do so...
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