Libro de Enoc (Hardcover)

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By Enoc, Fabio Araujo (Introduction by)
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El Libro de Enoc (o Libro de Henoc, 1 Enoc) es un libro intertestamentario, que forma parte del canon de la Biblia de la Iglesia ortodoxa et ope pero no es reconocido como can nico por las dem's iglesias cristianas, a pesar de haber sido encontrado en algunos de los c dices por la Septuaginta (C dice Vaticano y Papiros Chester Beatty). Se trata de un libro apocal ptico perteneciente a la apocal ptica jud a. Este libro se cree que fue muy apreciado por parte de los primeros cristianos, a partir la referencia de la ep stola de Judas 1, 14-16., que cita un pasaje del Libro de Enoc (1 Enoc, 1, 9); la referencia en 2Pedro 2, 4.; y la Ep stola de Bernab (16:4), que cita como Escritura un vers culo (1 Henoc 89:56) y en 4:3 se refiere a 1 Henoc 80:2. Muchos Padres de la Iglesia y cristianos destacados se refieren al libro, y lo citan en sus obras. Autores como Justino M rtir (100-165), Aten goras (170), Taciano (110-172), Ireneo (130-208), Or genes, Clemente de Alejandr a (150-220), Tertuliano (160-230), Lactancio (260-325), Metodio de Filipo, Minucio F lix, Comodiano y Cipriano de Cartago,1 entre otros, consideraron el libro de inspiraci n divina. Un defensor de este libro fue el obispo Prisciliano, quien fue el primer cristiano condenado a muerte y ejecutado por cristianos por supuesta herej a, en 385.



Product Details
ISBN: 9781609425081
ISBN-10: 1609425081
Publisher: Alchemia
Publication Date: October 1st, 2017
Pages: 126
Language: Spanish

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