The Sons of God and daughters of men. By Fabian Massa.
6 When humans began to multiply on the earth and daughters were, 2 the sons of God saw that the daughters of men were beautiful. Then they married all they wanted.
This is found in Jude and the Second Letter of Peter
- Judas (Palestine 68 AD?) 1.13 13 They are wild waves of the sea, foaming out their own shame; stars  wandering, to whom is reserved the blackness of darkness. RV 95. Commentary RV 95 Judas 13 Images from the Book of Enoch, quoted in the v. 14-15. This paper belongs to Jewish literature and is not part of the Bible. It speaks to the lack of rain and fruits, and referred to the imprisonment of the stars . 14 of these also prophesied Enoch, the seventh from Adam, saying, "the Lord cometh with ten thousands of his saints, 15 to execute judgment on all and to convict all the ungodly of all their ungodly deeds which they have ungodly committed, and of all their hard speeches which ungodly sinners have spoken against him. " Commentary Judas RV 95 15 This quote is from the book of Enoch  (see Jude 12-13 n.), Which contains alleged visions Enoch (Genesis 5.18, 21-24) after he had been taken to heaven (reference Hebrews 11.5) Note by the NIV on 1.6 According Judas certain Jewish traditions, God assigned a different responsibility and authority to each of the angels (See Daniel 10:20 - 21) ... However, according to this Jewish tradition, some of them, the sons of God mentioned in Genesis 6, left the responsibility that had been assigned to have sex with women, becoming the devil and his angels (Matthew 25:41 Jesus says: 41 Then he will say to those who are to His left, Depart from me, you cursed, into the eternal fire prepared for the devil and his angels.) This book was considered canonical from 325 AD date of the Council of Nicaea I. Besides referring to Enoch, also cites two other apocryphal: a) The "Assumption of Moses" in the v. 9 b) and "The Testament of the Twelve Patriarchs" (Neftalí3.4 - 5) 
- 1 Peter 3.20 (64-68 AD) The letter was originally written in Greek in such perfection to the letter of James. He is 62 hapax  of the New Testament, which implies comprehensive vocabulary and the use of the Septuagint by the author. Uses own rhetorical elements of Greek time (antithesis, synonyms accumulated rate) and grammar (use item and conjunctions) . 1 Pe.3.19 and 20 to (Christ) Through the Spirit went and preached to the spirits in prison, that in ancient times, in the days of Noah, disobedient, when God waited patiently while the ark was being built. NIV. Commentary RV 95 1 Pe. 3.20 a Jewish tradition of the text referring to Gen. 6.1-4 perverted angels who disobey God. Following the order of the story in Genesis, Peter relates this episode with the flood. In verse 3.19 Peter indicates that Jesus preached to those fallen angels who had sinned against God in Genesis 6.
- 2nd Peter (64-68 AD) 2 st Peter 2:4 God spared not the angels that sinned, but cast them down to hell and delivered them into chains of darkness, to be reserved for judgment. RVR 1960. The apostle refers to these fallen angels, who were locked in "chains of darkness": In the book From Eden to the Nations  develops this point in detail. These angels according to this passage, are those who are imprisoned for the Last Judgement (editing comments RV95). In Matthew 25:41 Jesus was referring to the same group of fallen angels, as also mentioned in the Book of Enoch . Obviously, those who maintain a traditional position, do not accept these terms in Jude and 2 Peter referring to the apocryphal book of Enoch, but the quote is direct. As we can see, in the first century some of the main leaders of Christianity have considered that the sons of God of Genesis 6 were angels, that because of his rebellion were doomed to eternal darkness. Similarly, reference to the Book of Enoch is direct and indirect Judas 2nd Peter. Clearly this literature was well known, and the Book of Jubilees  and the Damascus Document .