Ancient literary authenticity may have had more to do with content than who put the words to page.
On God’s Wrath
“For if God is not angered by the impious and the unjust, by no means does he love the pious and the just.”
Augustine and the Aramaic of Romans 5:12
“You have not experienced Paul until you have read him in the original Aramaic.”
Some Doubts About “Eusebian” Politics
One did not publish anything bad about a sitting emperor, unless one was prepared for one’s career to end, or worse.
Sexual Misconduct in Romans 1: Two Background Traditions
Paul’s words closely parallel other Jewish sources in antiquity.
Lactantius and God’s Gender
Lactantius demonstrates that some non-Christian theologians had already proposed gender-inclusive divinity.
Hypatia and Saint (?) Cyril of Alexandria
Prominent Christians—even saints—were known to act quite badly in late antiquity.
1 Enoch: Inspired Revelation or Apocryphon?
Not all the church fathers agreed with Augustine about the mythology of Enoch.
John Witherspoon, Abduction, Slavery, and the New Testament
If we find Witherspoon guilty on these specific charges, we will not easily acquit the New Testament.
Philodemus and Aristides
From what I gather, Philodemus’ own ideal for the Christian social ethic is rather different from Aristides’.