Who wrote the New Testament books - The False Prophets


Below you will see the majority of the New Testament were written by Paul or ghost writers. The dates also slightly vary between different scholars. 

New Testament book

Written (A.D.)

Authors (we were told)

Romans

57    36

Paul

1 Corinthians

54-56    36

Paul

2 Corinthians

54-56    36

Paul

Galatians

48    36

Paul

Ephesians

60    36

Paul

Philippians

60    36

Paul

Colossians

60    36

Paul

Philemon

60    36

Paul

1 Thessalonians

50    36

Paul

2 Thessalonians

50    36

Paul

1 Timothy

100    37

Paul

2 Timothy

100    37

Paul

Titus

100    37

Paul

Acts

80-90    38

Unknown.
According to Church tradition it is written by Luke (Paul’s physician). 39 Luke is not a disciple of Jesus. Luke never makes mentions of the actions of the real apostles of Jesus.

Hebrews

80-90     38

Unknown

James

65-85    37

James (brother of Jesus)

Jude

100-130    38

Jude

Mark

64-65    36

Unknown

Matthew

85-90    36

Unknown

Luke

80-85   36

Unknown

John

90-100    36

Unknown

1 Peter

90   37

Modern biblical scholars believe that the books of Peter in the New testament do not sound like the Galilean Peter, but of someone who was educated in Greek 40 and learnt the scriptures via a Greek translation (known as the LXX) 41

2 Peter

110    37

Modern biblical scholars feels that the books of Peter in the New testament do not sound like the Galilean Peter, but more of someone who was educated in Greek 40. Bizarrely not the same author of 1 Peter as the use of the Greek is different. 42

1 John

100    37

Modern biblical scholars believe that this book of John was not written by John the disciple of Jesus. 43

2 John

100    37

John (see note above)

3 John

100    37

John (see note above)

Revelation

90 - 100    38

John (see note above)