noshade="noshade">Not THAT Enoch. My memory is bad but I am pretty sure there were two Enochs and the grandson of Cain is not the one I'm talking about.
still no chance and they both lived at the same time
Then the son born to Jared at the age of 162; the seventh man in the genealogical line from Adam. In addition to Methuselah, who was born to him when he was 65 years old, Enoch had other sons and daughters. Enoch was one of the “so great a cloud of witnesses” who were outstanding examples of faith in ancient times. “Enoch kept walking with the true God.” (Ge 5:18, 21-24; Heb 11:5; 12:1)
there is no way this man wrote an inspired book that was excluded. Even the idea that God would have someone pen a book worthy of being included, but was left out would mean that either God did not have the power to influence the men that put the Bible together or he inspired him to write it for no real reason and neither of those fit.