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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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Sadan: mehkarim besifrut 'ivrit, 5 (2002): 347-77; Hanokh Bartov, Ani lo hatzbar hamitologi (I am not the mythological Sabra), Tel Aviv: Am Oved, 1995, 75-83.
We see similar suffering in "My Father or Not" by Hanokh Bartov, (17) a short story that presents fatherhood as performance rather than as biology.
14) The dramas of Hanokh Levin, Shmuel Ha-Sfari, and Yehoshua Sobol feature a reversal of roles in which the Arab is represented as the Jew and the Nazi-infected survivor his oppressor.
On this matter it is also stated: 'Any man who has no wife is not a complete person, as it says: 'He blessed them and called them Man' (Genesis 5:2) (Midrash Bereshit Rabbak, edited by Julius Theodor and Hanokh Albeck [Jerusalem, [1965.
Zucker, in Sefer Hayovel L'rabi Hanokh Albeck (Jerusalem: Mossad Harav Kook, 1963), pp.
For example, the hasidic master, Gershon Hanokh Leiner of Radzyn affirms Ashkenazi's opinion.
See the sources quoted by Hanokh Albeck in the notes to his edition of Sefer ha-Eshkol (Jerusalem, 1938), pp.