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An English translation of the oldest and most important early Christian non‐canonical writings. The book is divided into the conventional categories of gospels, acts, epistles, and revelatory texts. Keywords: Apocryphal acts, Apocryphal apocalypses, Apocryphal epistles. Burke & Long, eds., New Testament Apocrypha, first galley proofs . writings that would constitute such an “apocryphal New Testament. The Apocryphal New Testament, W. Hone, London,. This is a bad rehash of some of the translations made by. Jones, along with a number of patristic.
Pliny had begun this and other works before going off to war in CE. Support this site. Such was the case, with the canon text known as 'Romans' i. JSOT Press, Good Things Come In Threes. Please share this information.
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This appears to have been a literary work which was passed down and kept within private family archives until it was edited for public presentation. The idea for this traces back to Arrius Piso aka St. Peter, etc. Contributing information and compilation was developed within the family by Domitius Ulpian aka Dio Cassius, etc.
The finished product appears to have been the work of both Emp.
Originally, Julius C. Finished by his son, Julius Piso II, c. Written circa CE. Abelard Reuchlin was first to link this work with Arrian, whose pen name was also aka 'Appian', and 'Claudius Ptolemy'. Finished by his son, Aelius Commodus, sometime after CE. Originally, by Pliny The Younger, c. Finished by his son, Aelius Commodus, post CE.
Pliny had begun this and other works before going off to war in CE. He was killed in battle in CE. Thus, his son had to finish the literary works that Pliny had begun, but could not finish himself. His death was recorded under at least one of his alias names. The one that was reported by Abelard Reuchlin was one of his 'Maximus' names.
Originally, Pliny The Younger. This appears to have originally been a work that Pliny had made a sketch of early on, and had planned to get back to. Some indications within the text point to a time in which Pliny was a military man under Domitian, and hence, circa CE.
But if finished later, after his death, then circa post CE. Pliny The Younger, circa CE. Flavius Arrianus aka Arrian , circa CE.
This was written partially in tribute to some of his own family members, including his mother Pompeia Plotina , who had died in CE. It was Abelard Reuchlin who had first discovered Arrian as the author of this work.
Later, this literary work may have been edited by one of Arrian's descendants; perhaps, Clement of Alexandria. One may note that those who were writing as Origen, Eusebius and Jerome were his descendants as well. To fully understand why the various subject matter of New Testament material relates specifically to certain individuals, you would have to know about each in intimate detail.
This is only accomplished by building profiles and discovering their alias names, which in turn, allows one to reconstruct their genealogies.
Philo of Alexandria, was a son of King Herod. More precise details are in notes which I still have not located. Thus, I have yet to write a paper on this particular subject. But in order to discover these things, again, you must be able to find ALL of the names which were used to identify each individual.
The only way that it was possible for them to do this in the way that they did was for them to have tight control over everything; all that was being written, etc. Which meant not only that all that was being written was being written by fewer individuals than once thought, but that they were all royals who were born into a royal oligarchy and who had to continue to perpetuate facades in order to prevent their overthrow by the masses. He may not have finished it before himself dying in CE.
Pliny's son, Aelius Commodus, was aka L. Ceionius Commodus, and aka L. Aelius Verus Caesar. He was adopted by the Emperor Hadrian and named his successor; but he passed away with tuberculosis in January of , before Hadrian himself had died. There were coins minted with his image on them, including some with Hadrian's bust on one side and Aelius' on the other side.
In any case, there were descendants of Pliny who lived on and who inherited his family archives. Of this particular work, Tertullian aka Emperor Septimius Severus said that this was "forged by a presbyter of Asia. That is, it may have been edited in or near the time of Septimius Severus. It appears that Domitius Ulpian aka Origen, aka Dio Cassius, aka Macrinus , may have had a hand it the editing of this work. PETER', etc. Several Wives, Including; Fl. Papias b. Domitia Lucilla II dr.
Tullius Ruso Emp. Annia Galeria Faustina dr. Aurelia A descendant of Emp. Though the main line of thought regarding the popes and their taking papal names as opposed to using their own original names is that popes didn't take or use other names other than their own birth names, the truth is that they were using aliases as popes to begin with. They used them as authors and so forth. But even though various early popes in general were making the true identities difficult to uncover, there were ways in which to do this, as it was not that they did not want their identities known, but rather, they just did not want them known during their own lifetime.
The way in which to get at the real identity of authors and popes in such a situation is to build accurate and detailed profiles of each principle individual, as well as their immediate family and relatives.
Marcus Aurelius, upon his birth, was looked upon by the royal families of the time as their 'Savior' or the one that would save the royal oligarchy. His great-uncle, Julius Piso, inserted him into 'The Revelation' when he was just a young boy, putting him in by the use of the word 'precious'.
See my work explaining that in more detail. Abelard Reuchlin uncovered Constantine as this pope. Such was the case during this time. Emperor Constantius Chlorus was aka Pope Eusebius. Reuchlin was able to determine this from the various aliases which were used by these individuals. By the way, I have given the genealogies of no less than 35 popes, all going directly back to Arrius Calpurnius Piso.
Others include Chemnitius of or from Stipulensis, who had received his copy from Peter Martyr, bishop of Alexandria in the Third Century. Other notes and materials: With regards to dates for papal reigns, for instance, and particularly early on, they were in general and by necessity, generally fictional or false. And this was because these ancient royal authors were creating illusions, again, out of necessity. They could not tell the truth openly, that they had created a religion that they wanted people to believe in - that would defeat the purpose.
But the reality was that the office of 'pope' or bishop of Rome was simply a title that individuals within this royal family would inherit and bestow upon each other, an 'honor' more than an office. It was not until Christianity became the official religion of the Roman Empire that the Church began to become a reality.
The Christian Church up until that time existed virtually only on paper. The "Church Fathers" and other "Christian" writers were all related to each other and cooperated with each other to produce the illusion of a vibrant religion that was very popular. The truth of the matter is that despite the time, effort and money that the creators and promoters of Christianity had put into getting the Church off the ground, it flopped early on and it virtually died when the two main creators of it died Arrius Piso and Pliny The Younger.
Pliny died in CE, and Arrius Piso died two years later. The various parts that they played and the Christian literature produced by the early "Church Fathers" was all done to create an illusion. And a part of that illusion was that Christians were being persecuted.
Since that is a major part of this, I will be writing a paper that exposes the persecution of Christians by emperors and others before the time of Constantine, as deliberate fraud.