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  • Unlike most of the books of the New Testament, the majority of historians agree that this letter is a genuine product of Paul, and while they're unab
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  • ...0 CE to early Christians. The author identifies himself as Peter, but most historians don't believe Peter wrote this letter. The letter explains how the follower * Historians date Peter's death to 64 or 67 CE, but they date the letter to be written a
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  • ...0 CE. Although it claims to be written by Peter, there are no professional historians who still argue that it was written by Peter. The author tells the reader t * Historians date Peter's death to 64 or 67 CE, but they date the letter as having been
    5 KB (794 words) - 09:44, 27 October 2022
  • ...d 80-100 CE. The letter claims to be written by Paul the Apostle, but many historians doubt that it was. The letter encourages the readers to be submissive to th
    5 KB (731 words) - 15:24, 14 September 2022
  • ...t. Church tradition attributes the letter to John the Evangelist, but many historians disagree. The letter disavows docetism, warns the reader to beware of false
    7 KB (1,139 words) - 19:55, 17 October 2022
  • ...." Church tradition attributes the letter to John the Evangelist, but many historians disagree. The letter disavows docetism, and tells readers to be extremely o
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  • ...s. Church tradition attributes the letter to John the Evangelist, but many historians disagree. The letter is about internal affairs of the early Christian churc ...holars have demonstrated stark contrasts between the writing styles. Also, historians widely doubt that John the Evangelist is the author of the Gospel that bear
    4 KB (551 words) - 20:02, 17 October 2022
  • ...n northern Greece. Although the author claims to be Paul the Apostle, most historians agree that he is not the author. In the letter, the author warns the reader
    4 KB (682 words) - 09:54, 27 October 2022
  • It is generally accepted by historians that Philippians was written by [[Paul the Apostle]] around 62 CE.
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  • ...to a Hebrew audience and ascribes the letter to [[Paul the Apostle]], but historians doubt it. The letter is mostly a critique of the [[Tanakh]]. * Even first century historians called the authorship of Hebrews into question, writing that they had no id
    4 KB (656 words) - 15:48, 14 October 2022
  • ...raised in cultures dominated by the Abrahamic faiths until the 1800s, when historians started seeking evidence for the claim. Not only did they not find any evid
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  • ...rk is traditionally attributed to the apostle Matthew, but the majority of historians disagree. The gospel contains one version of the Nativity, the Sermon on th ...of Matthew was written by Matthew, one of Jesus's disciples, however, most historians agree that it was not written Matthew, but rather an anonymous Jewish man,
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  • ...t Matthew copied from Mark, so there is really only one source. Also, most historians agree that Mark was not written by a disciple of Jesus, but, in the story,
    8 KB (1,491 words) - 07:33, 3 November 2022
  • ...rding to most Christians, what historians generally say, and, assuming the historians are accurate, what it means for the authorship.
    11 KB (1,535 words) - 08:01, 19 July 2022
  • ...ere are two at least partially-independent sources cannot be ignored. Most historians agree that Matthew and Luke shared common sources (as suggested by the vari
    11 KB (2,031 words) - 15:56, 2 November 2022
  • ...he Gospel of Mark. Although apologists will cite Matthew and Luke as well, historians generally agree than they are merely modified re-tellings. The other author
    12 KB (2,161 words) - 15:16, 2 November 2022
  • ...riting took place around 607-586 BCE. The more recent date is preferred by historians because of the writing style parallels the [[Book of Jeremiah]] which is of
    5 KB (751 words) - 09:41, 27 October 2022
  • ...ds of a god, this book has little practical or philosophical use. At best, historians can use it to understand how priests used the fear of a god to coerce peopl
    4 KB (646 words) - 14:15, 22 September 2022
  • ...ek New Testament|Koine Greek]]. Although there is a very small minority of historians who suggest that some of the books of the New Testament were originally wri Most historians agree that the Jews living in the region of Palestine during the turn of th
    7 KB (1,156 words) - 09:28, 16 April 2020
  • ...cial significance, and, if they do, what that significance may be. Several historians have suggested that the poem began as a children's counting game.<br clear=
    8 KB (1,359 words) - 09:36, 27 December 2021

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