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About jamesfittz

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  1. We have learned that the Gospels, written in Greek rather than Aramaic (the language of Jesus and the disciples), were written two to four generations after the death of Jesus. Yet when scholars such as Bishop Spong, Elaine Pagels, Dominic Crossan, Marcus Borg, and others are discussing the content of the Gospels, rather consistently they say such as "John writes...," "In Mark's Gospel...," "Matthew says...," etc. This is very confusing. Did Mark, Matthew, Luke, and/or John write the Gospels after all? If not, would it not lend clarity and lessen confusion if it were expressed, "The writer
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