reply to post by NOTurTypical
The bible wasn't put together in a day, it was formed over a period of 200 or 300 years. If you think someone could masquerade as Mary Magdalene or
whoever, what makes you think Acts couldn't have been written after the fact? Scholars agree that Acts was finished anywhere between 60 and 150 AD,
Plutarch would have been 15 at the earliest, the EARLIEST. That leaves the possibility of Plutarch being the author wide open.
For someone who traveled with Paul so much, Luke is strangely omitted from Acts, except for that ONE instance and that instance lines up with a
They both lived and died in the same place, both traveled to the same places, both had the same name, and both used identical writing styles. You can
continue to ignore it if you want.
Luke's life parallels that of Plutarch almost perfectly. Plutarch wrote a book called "Parallel Lives", his version of Romulus' death mirrors that of
Jesus, elements of "Isis and Osiris" match with what Luke wrote as well. Those aren't just coincidences in my opinion.
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