The Book(s) of Enoch are a series of mini-sections touching on differing themes and providing fodder for biblical studies, especially those who study the Second Temple period. In 1st Enoch 82.4-7 we find an account of one Jewish sect in a war of propaganda against other Jewish sect over the abandonment of the Lunar Calendar:
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Biblical scholars have long argued that the Dead Sea Scrolls were the work of an ascetic and celibate Jewish community known as the Essenes, which flourished in the 1st century A.D. in the scorching desert canyons near the Dead Sea. Now a prominent Israeli scholar, Rachel Elior, disputes that the Essenes ever existed at all — a claim that has shaken the bedrock of biblical scholarship.