"And now the giants, who have been begotten from body and flesh, will be called evil spirits on earth, and their dwelling-places will be upon the earth. Evil spirits proceed from their bodies; because they are created from above, their beginning and first basis being from the holy watchers, they will be evil spirits upon the earth, and will be called evil spirits. But the spirits of heaven have their dwelling-places in heaven, and the spirits of the earth, who were born on the earth, have their dwelling-places on earth. And the spirits of the giants, who cast themselves upon the clouds, will be destroyed and fall, and will battle and cause destruction on the earth, and do evil; they will take no kind of food, nor will they become thirsty, and they will be invisible. And these spirits will not (?) rise up against the children of men and against the women, because they have proceeded from them, in the days of murder and destruction." - Book of Enoch chapter 15: 8-12How did that happen? Is that written somewhere or are you assuming it, and if so why?
@TokiEl: "Judaism does not believe that the crucifixion and resurrection of Jesus Christ is God's solution for sinners and neither does Islam nor any other religion or philosophy.
And so Christendom has long been seen as a peculiar religion who worship a crucified god or man . . . "
There is nothing "peculiar" about Christianity at all. In fact, its amazing how much it resembles polytheistic, pantheistic and religious beliefs/cults that preceded it:
Many of these gods/prophets/leaders share characteristics with Christ, i.e. born of virgin mothers, getting crucified and resurrecting. St Paul may have succeeded in getting his version of Christ to supplant all others, but, he was using a religious narrative that would have been familiar to followers of earlier religious traditions.