In this study, a seemingly mere random verse from The Book of Enoch is put to the test, strictly using the parameters from which the Bible teaches — Biblical Chronology and Genealogy:
It is the glory of God to conceal a matter, But the glory of kings is to search out a matter.
Clearly, the pieces become blatantly obvious that what is being stated here about our Bibles is indeed absolute truth — pointing in the only direction to Jesus of Nazareth as the key; precisely as the unbroken scriptures claim.
Should the verses given within the Gospel of Nicodemus 3:11-14 be considered valid in accordance to what we can discern in our Bibles? Despite the popular misconception of this text, thorough study of this Gospel strongly suggests otherwise.
In this study, each line of Ode Three will be picked apart, showing the clear construct of the above thought-process to point to one undeniable direction — the truth.
As this mere four-lined text is dissected, I’m confident the material will prove itself, in that astounding supernatural and inter-dimensional way only the Inspired scriptures do. This study will tie in Old Testament Judaic prophecy with New Testament Christian theology.