The Promise Perspective Podcast

What Was it Really Like in the Days of Noah? Let's Ask Enoch (Pt. 1) | Episode 17

August 09, 2022 Stephanie Schlueter Season 2 Episode 17
The Promise Perspective Podcast
What Was it Really Like in the Days of Noah? Let's Ask Enoch (Pt. 1) | Episode 17
Show Notes

Over the next few months, we are going to cover a lot of ground. For some of you, a lot of this may be unfamiliar or uncharted territory. I encourage you to go on this ride with me over the next couple of months because I truly believe that if you listen to this series with an open heart, with a willingness to learn, you will walk away from this series feeling encouraged, enlightened, and hopefully with a revived desire to dig deeper into Scripture, as well as your relationship with God.

This entire series is built on one verse, which can be found in Matthew 24:37… “As the days of Noah were, so the coming of the Son of Man will be.” 

This episode  will touch on what we already know about the “days of Noah” from the Book of Genesis and will introduce you to a man named Enoch and a book he wrote (Book of 1 Enoch) that was considered a part of the Holy Scriptures until it was removed a little less than 200 years ago. 

This episode will prepare you for the insight Enoch reveals to us about what it was REALLY like in the days of Noah, giving a more detailed description of what it was like when the Nephilim roamed the earth. 

This episode will address the Book of 1 Enoch’s validity and importance. We’re going to go through the most popular arguments as to why people attempt to invalidate and falsify Enoch’s writings, and my hope is that you will open your heart to the truths that have been hidden from us for a very long time. 

If you choose to read the Book of 1 Enoch, prepare to grow in relationship with God, more that you ever have before, and be prepared to not be able to look at this world the same ever again. It is my hope and prayer that this podcast series provides itself as a tool for you, to connect the dots and dig deeper into divine truth. 

The content of the Book of 1 Enoch is in complete harmony with Scripture—not contradiction. It parallels Scripture, it confirms Scripture, and it brings an incredible amount of clarity to Scripture that helps to make sense of exactly why Jesus pointed us to the “days of Noah” to discern the season that would indicate that His return is very close. 

I’ve found that many people who oppose the Book of 1 Enoch’s validity, are the same people who have never read the Book for themselves. For those who say, “if God wanted it in there, it’d be in there,” my rebuttal to that is, God did want it in there, and it was considered a part of Holy Scripture until mankind took it upon themselves to decide to remove because it didn’t “fit” their religious views/doctrines a little less than 200 years ago. The early church fathers were very familiar with Enoch’s writing and teachings. 

I know how hard it is to break away from what you’ve been told your entire life. We shouldn’t just blindly accept any assumption, but just because something goes against our preconceived notions doesn’t mean we should dismiss it or reject it altogether, either.

Naturally, the Book of 1 Enoch is a tough pill to swallow, because it goes against A LOT of the things we’ve been taught growing up. It clearly explains some of the things that science has tried to explain away since science was given the authority to make decisions on what’s ‘true’ and what’s ‘false.’

The Book of 1 Enoch deserves to be studied and talked about, because the times we are approaching, the times that Jesus warned us about, are beginning to converge with times similar to “as it was in the days of Noah.” Thankfully, Enoch gives us deeper, more meaningful insight into what those days actually looked like. I challenge you to dig deeper. 

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