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Pseudepigrapha (c. 500 BC? AD 300?)  are hundreds of extra-biblical books whose authorship lacks plausible credibility. These texts claim various Old Testament individuals as authors including Adam, Enoch, Levi, etc. One of the books in this category, 1Enoch, is part of the canon of the Ethiopian Orthodox Church. 1Enoch 1:9 is normally considered the source for the quote cited in Jude 1:14-15.

Links to the Pseudepigrapha:

Apocalypse of Abraham Eupolemus 3 Maccabees
Testament of Abraham Pseudo-Eupolemus 4 Maccabees
Apocalypse of Adam Apocryphon of Ezekiel 5 Maccabees
Testament of Adam Ezekiel the Tragedian Syriac Menander
Life of Adam and Eve Greek Apocalypse of Ezra Testament of Moses
Ahiqar Questions of Ezra Book of Noah
Letter of Aristeas Revelation of Ezra Orphica
Aristeas the Exegete Vision of Ezra Philo the Epic Poet
Aristobulus Fragments of Pseudo-Greek Poets Pseudo-Philo
Artapanus Pseudo-Hecataeus Pseudo-Phocylides
2 Baruch Hellenistic Synagogal Prayers The Lives of the Prophets
3 Baruch Testament of Isaac History of the Rechabites
4 Baruch Martyrdom and Ascension of Isaiah Apocalypse of Sedrach
Cleodemus Malchus Ladder of Jacob Treatise of Shem
Apocalypse of Daniel Prayer of Jacob Sibylline Oracles
More Psalms of David Testament of Jacob Odes of Solomon
Demetrius the Chronographer Jannes and Jambres Psalms of Solomon
Eldad and Modad Testament of Job Testament of Solomon
Apocalypse of Elijah Joseph and Aseneth Thallus
1 Enoch History of Joseph Theodotus
2 Enoch Prayer of Joseph Testaments of the Twelve Patriarchs
3 Enoch Jubilees Apocalypse of Zephaniah


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