Pauline Authorship

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Saint Paul - Writings - Authorship
... Main article Authorship of the Pauline Epistles Seven of the 13 books that are attributed to Paul – Romans, 1st Corinthians, 2nd Corinthians, Galatians ... widely considered pseudepigraphical, while the authorship of the other two is subject to debate ... are thought by some to be "Deutero-Pauline" meaning they may have been written by Paul's followers after his death ...
Authorship Of The Pauline Epistles - Disputed Epistles - Hebrews
... variance led many to name other candidates for authorship, such as the fellow traveller of Paul called Barnabas (favored by Tertullian), a follower of John the ... Modern scholars consider the evidence against Pauline authorship of Hebrews too solid for dispute ... it is certainly not a work of the apostle" Daniel Wallace simply states, "the arguments against Pauline authorship, however, are conclusive." As a result, few ...
First Epistle To Timothy - Composition - Historical Views
... The genuineness of Pauline authorship was accepted by Church orthodoxy as early as c ... Modern scholars who support Pauline authorship nevertheless stress their importance regarding the question of authenticity I.H. 330) calls it, along with the other thirteen canonical Pauline Epistles, "undisputed", despite the fact that Eusebius wrote in the 4th century with little to no knowledge of the complex social ...

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