How did it all begin? What happened at the time of Noah? Is it happening again?
Enoch in the City of Adam tells the story of humanity’s beginning, and foreshadows its eventual end. It reveals the nature and importance of the first civilization on earth, and how the world devolved as enemies of humanity influenced them in self-destructive ways.
Song — The Watcher
The Books of Enoch
We learn precious little about the people who existed in the first 1,000 years relying solely on reports found in the modern bible. More information can be gleaned from apocryphal writings discovered relatively recently in ancient libraries. Three versions of the ancient Book of Enoch tell us much more about the prophet of antiquity and his contemporaries, although much of the material appears to be polluted by the flagrant infusion of partisan dogma and imagery. Additional material from the prophet Joseph Smith provides an enlightened understanding of the ancient people and the problems they encountered in the antediluvian world. J.L. Thompson has studied several texts from various sources and incorporated what he considers the most reliable of them in this work. The reader is encouraged to exercise wise discernment while reading Enoch in the City of Adam.