Isn’t that odd?
The Old Testament prophet Enoch wrote a book, that some early Christians initially accepted as the inspired Word of God. The author of the canonical book of Jude, who quotes Enoch from Enoch’s book (above) as a prophesy from God, certainly seems to have believed so. But later on, the Church Fathers decided that the Book of Enoch was not the Word of God.
To me this is more proof that the canon of the Bible was composed by men, with manmade criteria. We have no proof that the canon as we know it was selected by God Himself. So if we have so much evidence that the canon was chosen by men, not by God, how in the world can anyone state that the Bible, in its entirety, is the inerrant Word of God?
The internet (education) will destroy the primitive, uninformed concept of Biblical inerrancy. Churchmen will no longer get away with selling this nonsense to ignorant saps in the pews.
Enoch’s prophesy is inspired. Why isn’t his Book?
And Enoch also, the seventh from Adam, prophesied of these, saying, Behold, the Lord cometh with ten thousands of his saints,