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D. or thereabouts. myth can arise in a very few years. Hence it is not strange that such writers as Hegesippus (ob. circ. 180) and subsequent writers, as Irenaeus, Tertullian, Origen, have lost all knowledge of the early martyrdom of John the son of Zebedee, A THE REVELATION OF xxxviii ST. JOHN III. AUTHORSHIP OF THE JOHANNINE WRITINGS. It may assist the reader if the conclusions arrived at in this a^ and J are from chapter are put shortly as follows (a) J 2. authors, are from distinct the author of J and not of 3 J (b) ap The evidence for this fact, which in the present writer's J opinion furnishes the key to some of the chief Johannine problems, is given on p.
Armitage Robinson, Historical Character of John's Gospel, 64 sqq. ; Stanton, Gospels as Historical Documents, i. 166 sq. ; but such a rejection is hazardous in face of the evidence furnished by subsequent and independent authorities, not to speak of the results already arrived at inde3 pendently in this chapter. writers ancient Certain imply or recount the martyrdom of (f) John the son of Zebedee. ), preserved (an early Gnostic commentator Heracleon in connecin Clement of Alexandria (Strom, iv.
A shred of evidence, not even the shadow of a probability, for the hypothesis that the Apocalypse is pseudonymous. There is manifold early evidence of the Johannine authorship. D. in Ephesus, where one Justin, who lived about 135 ap of the Seven Churches had its seat, declares that J is by "John, one of the apostles of Christ" (Dial. 81). Melito, bishop of a lost Sardis, another of the Seven Churches,^ wrote (arc. 165) *Io>aw>u see Eus. work on J ap (ra Trepl rfjs cwroKaAitycos Irenaeus (arc. 180) upheld the Johannine authorship iv.