WHO WROTE THE NEW TESTAMENT?
The authorship of the New Testament books have been discovered. For years, the book
"The True Authorship of the New Testament" has been out and many persons have been
discovering this as well.
Now, we feel that it is time to put this information out on the Net. There has been a few
WebPages on the Net telling about how and why the Roman Piso family authored the New
Testament. But there had yet to be the information on who wrote each of the New Testament
books. So, here you will find out who wrote what. This information is copyrighted and
cannot be posted fully on the Internet. However, there is enough information here so that
persons can grasp the fact that this is real and that they can research it further as well as
find books that will help to explain this in more detail.
Soon, there will be new books out that will enable even the person to do their own research
on this and to verify it. Our goal in all of this is to get this out to as many persons as
possible and to see more and more persons writing on this subject. Look for books on the
subject of: 'The Piso Theory', and of 'The New Classical Scholarship'.
We have determined that the book of Mark was the first of the Gospels to have been
written and so we will always list Mark before Matthew.
THE NT BOOKS:
MARK: The gospel of Mark was written in a prototype form before it was later crafted
into the form that we are familiar with. The earlier version was called 'Ur Marcus' and is
also known/called 'Q' (for 'Quelle', which is German for the 'source').
Our latest findings regarding the early version of Mark show that this was written at about
the time of Claudius Caesar, by the grandfather of Arrius Piso. That version was apparently
only a bare sketch and most likely did not give a name to the 'messiah'. That appears to
have been done later by the person who actually played 'Jesus' in the Gospels - Arrius Piso
The version that we are familiar with was written about the year 73 CE by Arrius Calpurnius
Piso. Arrius Piso was a Roman on his father's side, but a descendant of King Herod on his
mother's side and therefore he knew well about the Jewish religion. He was also a close
relative to the Flavians and even though secretly he could inherit and use the Flavian name
by his mother's descent from them, he gave a story about receiving it from the emperor
Vespasian (in his other identity as Flavius Josephus).
MATTHEW: Matthew too, was authored by Arrius Calpurnius Piso. This was written about
the year 75 CE.
LUKE: Was written 85-90 CE by Arrius C. Piso and Pliny the Younger.
JOHN: The 4th Gospel, or the Gospel of John was written by Justus Calpurnius Piso, a son of
Arrius C. Piso. This son was very much like this father in his hatred towards humanity. This
Gospel was written circa 105 CE.
ACTS: The Acts of the Apostles was written by Arrius Piso and his son Justus, with some
help from Pliny the Younger 96-100 CE. By the way, there is a portion of Acts that is missing
from most English translations/interpretations. That is the 29th Chapter, which has 10 verses.
ROMANS: The epistle to the Romans was written by another son of Arrius Piso (Proculus Piso)
and Claudia Phoebe about the year 100. Claudia Phoebe is known in history as the wife of the
emperor Trajan (as Pompeia Plotina). She wrote the last few verses of this epistle, which many
copies of the NT in English leave out because that portion was written by a woman. This is
obvious, and she even gives her name as 'Phoebe'. You can tell where the previous male author
leaves off and the female author begins because the male author "signs off" with 'Amen'. She
wrote the last verses (25-27) of Romans, Chapter 16.
1st CORINTHIANS, GALATIONS, and EPHESIANS: were all written between 100-103 CE by
Pliny the Younger.
2nd CORINTHIANS and PHILIPPIANS: were written by Justus C. Piso between 103-105 CE.
COLOSSIANS: was written by Justus C. Piso and his son Julianus (Julianus was the father of
the emperor Marcus Aurelius, but this is seen in history only by his use of another name 'Verus').
1st TIMOTHY: was written by Pliny the Younger circa 105 CE.
2nd TIMOTHY: was written by Justus C. Piso (also known in history by other names), c. 107 CE.
1st and 2nd THESSALONIANS: were written by Justus C. Piso and his son Julianus with some help
from his nephew Silanus between the years 105-110 CE.
TITUS: was written by Pliny the Younger circa 103-105 CE.
PHILEMON: was written by Justus C. Piso and his son Julianus.
JAMES: was written by Justus C. Piso around 110 CE.
1st and 2nd PETER: were written by Proculus Piso between 110-115 CE.
1st, 2nd and 3rd JOHN: were written by Julius Calpurnius Piso (who was still another son of
Arrius Calpurnius Piso), between 110-115 CE.
JUDE: was written by Julius C. Piso also, between the years 110-115 CE.
THE REVELATION OF JOHN THE DIVINE: was written by Julius Calpurnius Piso, who
may have been the son of the other Julius Calpurnius Piso (who had the same name), and
this was written in or about the year 137 CE. It was not the book of the NT, just written as
the end of the story.
HEBREWS: This was written by a grandson of Arrius Piso named Flavius Arrianus circa
140 CE. Flavius Arrianus was the real name of the historian who wrote as 'Appian'. This
person was the half-brother of the emperor Antoninus Pius. Antoninus Pius, by the way,
also wrote history under the name of Suetonius. Flavius Arrianus also wrote other works,
most notably, he wrote under the name of 'Ptolemy'.
For more information on specifics you will want to get a copy of the booklet titled 'The
True Authorship of the New Testament', by Abelard Reuchlin. You can send for this for
$5.00 from: The Abelard Reuchlin Foundation, P.O. Box 5652, Kent, WA 98064 The
price of this barely covers the cost of printing and postage. Because many libraries are
run by Christians and those who are adverse to anything that contradicts their own personal
beliefs, this booklet is in very few libraries at this point in time. This is strong information
and many persons wish to keep it out of the public eye. You can see a sample of a page from the booklet on this site:
Again, there will be more books out on this subject. If you really want to research this then
search out these books and let others know about them. We would like to see this information
available to all, preferably in libraries where they can be accessed for free. But we have to
let as many persons know about this before the efforts of others to keep this from the public
will fail. And we need your help to do this. Please post messages on Newsgroups and/or put
links to related websites from your website to those. Thank you.
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