El libro de Enoc II: (Libro de los secretos de Enoc) (Paperback)

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El Segundo Libro de Enoc, usualmente abreviado como 2 Enoc, y conocido tambi n como Enoc eslavo o Los secretos de Enoc y "El Libro de Los Secretos de Enoc II" es un texto apocal ptico seudoepigr fico de fecha incierta y autor a desconocida. Se sabe con certeza que es una traducci n de un original en griego y se piensa que la versi n griega (desconocida) podr a proceder a su vez de un original hebreo o arameo. Se han propuesto fechas de elaboraci n que van desde el siglo I hasta el siglo X de nuestra era, aunque la m's aceptada es la primera. El libro comienza con el relato de Henoc, en primera persona, de un viaje a trav's de los diez Cielos que culmina en un encuentro con Yahv h. Sigue una discusi n sobre la creaci n del mundo, y las instrucciones de Dios a Enoc para que regrese a la Tierra y difunda lo que ha aprendido. Las ense anzas de Enoch duran treinta d as; a su t rmino Enoc regresa al Cielo y se transforma en el ngel Metatr n. A partir de este momento, la narraci n pasa a la tercera persona y cuenta las historias de Matusal n, Nir (el hermano peque o de No ) y Melquisedec.


Product Details
ISBN: 9781540605733
ISBN-10: 1540605736
Publisher: Createspace Independent Publishing Platform
Publication Date: November 24th, 2016
Pages: 72
Language: Spanish

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