Enoch


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Enoch

(ē`nək), in the Bible. 1 Son for whom Cain named the city he built. 2 Father of Methuselah. It was said of him that he walked with God—a phrase used also of Noah—and also that like Elijah he was translated to heaven. An alternate form is Henoch.

Enoch

traditionally seen as paragon of upright man. [O.T.: Genesis 5:21–24]

Enoch

Old Testament
1. the eldest son of Cain after whom the first city was named (Genesis 4:17)
2. the father of Methuselah: said to have walked with God and to have been taken by God at the end of his earthly life (Genesis 5:24)
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The firm's founder, Mr Enoch Evans, also served as Mayor of Walsall in 1921 and maintained strong connections with Walsall throughout his life.
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The Alberta First Nation is the latest First Nation to find its land had been used for war exercises, says legal counsel for Enoch, Will Reserve land was regularly used for training exercises in the First and Second World Wars and the Cold War.
Enoch Cree Chief Ron Morin is both frustrated with the lack of confirmed information and the federal government's refusal to speak publicly about exactly what happened in the Yekau Lake area, which had been used for bombing practise by at least nine countries during World War II.
The “Bible” indicates that the prophet Enoch was a righteous man that walked with God and that he was reportedly taken into heaven without tasting death.
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But in an interview with The Spectator, a political magazine sympathetic to the Tories, he says the legacy of Enoch Powell is still damaging the party.
Written over several centuries by its pseudonymous author (see Gen 5:18-24), 1 Enoch was composed in Aramaic, translated into Greek, and then translated into Ethiopic in the sixth century C.