The Second Book of Enoch – Summary and Explanation

There are three books of Enoch in total.

The first one is known by most Christians; the second one is a pseudepigraphal work surviving only in Slavonic translations (and there are some Coptic fragments found of it as well), though it’s believed that it’s translated from a Greek source and that the Greek translation was done from the Aramaic or Hebrew original.

And the third book of Enoch is a work that gravitates towards Jewish mystical writings, and is, like the second book of Enoch, of a tradition which follows a belief that Enoch, when he was taken by YHWH into heavens, was transformed into an angel.Read more…