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I never said the bible was filled with "incorrect assumptions" but you went ahead and made that leap, what I did clearly say is that there are inaccuracies in that, and yes people like Fr. Thomas Hopko even agrees that the bible is not flawless. This is a protestant belief, not an Orthodox one. We do believe that the teachings and doctrine held within are indeed without corruption.
If you think the whole of my argument lies with St. Jude, then your gravely mistaken or I have not made myself clear enough.
Why you felt the need to copy and paste from an erroneous website to try and prove your point baffles me.
Even if you completely forget the book of Enoch, Gen 6 clearly shows that indeed what Enoch spoke of, happened.
BTW your criteria for canonization is off a bit.
You came into this with the goal of "winning" the argument, not understanding it. Your sources are weak and unrealiable, and clearly biased.
I just gave you one of the leading experts on this particular subjects, Michael Heiser, (www.michaelsheiser.com), whom I am sure you will have a field day with. I gave you reliable sources, this man is the best on this subject and is an expert in many languages, and most of them ancient. I highly doubt you had time to do the proper research on him and his lectures. Then again, this isnt something you can google, then copy and paste as if you have done the work yourself.
I suggest you do proper research before continuing this thread. Also check out the posts of sordoeht, read, learn and stop shoving your garbage down peoples throat.
Now go CHECK THE SOURCE like a professional would do.