Matthew 15:7

New Testament

5 But you say, ‘If someone tells his father or mother, “Whatever help you would have received from me is given to God,” 6 he does not need to honor his father.’ You have nullified the word of God on account of your tradition. 7 Hypocrites! Isaiah prophesied correctly about you when he said, 8 “‘This people honors me with their lips, but their heart is far from me, 9 and they worship me in vain, teaching as doctrines the commandments of men.’” Source

Date: 70-90 C.E. (based on scholarly estimates)

Jude 1:14

New Testament

12 These men are dangerous reefs at your love feasts, feasting without reverence, feeding only themselves. They are waterless clouds, carried along by the winds; autumn trees without fruit—twice dead, uprooted; 13 wild sea waves, spewing out the foam of their shame; wayward stars for whom the utter depths of eternal darkness have been reserved. 14 Now Enoch, the seventh in descent beginning with Adam, even prophesied of them, saying, “Look! The Lord is coming with thousands and thousands of his holy ones, 15 to execute judgment on all, and to convict every person of all their thoroughly ungodly deeds that they have committed, and of all the harsh words that ungodly sinners have spoken against him.” Source

Date: 90-100 C.E. (based on scholarly estimates)

"... The introduction (and to these ones even Enoch the seventh from Adam prophesied saying) shows that Jude considered the words of Jude 14 to be authoritative and the book of I Enoch they came from to be authoritative. This is shown in two ways: first, Jude used an introductory formula which resembles that of several portions of the New Testament, particularly Matthew 15:7 and Mark 7:6; second, Jude pointed to the fulfilment of a prophet's words in Jude's own time, which is also common in the New Testament writings."

Vanbeek, Lawrence H. The Letter of Jude's Use of 1 Enoch: The Book of the Watchers as Scripture (pp. 86-88) University of South Africa, 1997

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"... The introduction (and to these ones even Enoch the seventh from Adam prophesied saying) shows that Jude considered the words of Jude 14 to be authoritative and the book of I Enoch they came from to be authoritative. This is shown in two ways: first, Jude used an introductory formula which resembles that of several portions of the New Testament, particularly Matthew 15:7 and Mark 7:6; second, Jude pointed to the fulfilment of a prophet's words in Jude's own time, which is also common in the New Testament writings."

Vanbeek, Lawrence H. The Letter of Jude's Use of 1 Enoch: The Book of the Watchers as Scripture (pp. 86-88) University of South Africa, 1997

* The use of references are not endorsements of their contents. Please read the entirety of the provided reference(s) to understand the author's full intentions regarding the use of these texts.