Preface- I am not suggesting that the book should be considered Canon. But, I listen to audio books at work and the book of Enoch came up. And I found it interesting to note that it seems to be rejected primarily due to it's description of Jesus. Jews rejecting it for putting such a clear depiction of the "son of man" in the Hebrew scriptures, and Catholicism rejecting it for so specifically clarifying that "the Son of Man" is a specific and unique being compared to "the Ancient of Days"/"Lord of life." The relationship depicted being quite in line with the JW interpretation of how the Canon Bible depicts Jesus and his Father and "the world to come" which we refer to as "the new system." I just find it interesting that it's primary reason for being rejected from Canon is for spelling out precisely the major points we believe mainstream Christianity misinterprets. There are certainly some sections that can be interpreted as problematic... But this could plausibly be due to a poor choice of words in translation, which can be said about certain translations of canonized scripture as well. For example "The Lord of Spirits" seems to have a "strange" implication if one interprets "spirits" as in ghosts. But the context could refer to either "spirit" as in ruach, as in "life" (which would fit Jehovah) or "Spirits" as in "Spiritual/heavenly beings" i.e. the heavenly realm (which again fits). Just pondering things to invite discussion. Again, not campeign in for people to accept it... But it's interesting to compare with Canon scripture, for those that can maintain a skeptical eye and keep up their spiritual guard.