The only part that you got right is that about 7 of the Pauline letters might actually have been written by Paul, and that Hebrews was written by an anonymous author. Okay, as long as you are not trying to pretend that the hallucination of John was written by one of the disciples, then I suppose we can add that to the list as well.<quoted text>
Matthew = Matthew - A.D. 55-70
Mark = John Mark - A.D. 50-65
Luke = Luke - A.D. 60-65
John = John - A.D. 90
Acts = Luke - A.D. 60-65
Romans, 1 Corinthians, 2 Corinthians, Galatians, Ephesians, Philippians, Colossians, 1 Thessalonians, 2 Thessalonians, 1 Timothy, 2 Timothy, Titus, Philemon = Paul - A.D. 50-67
Hebrews = author unknown - A.D. 60s
James = James - A.D. 45-50
1 Peter, 2 Peter = Peter - A.D. 60s
1 John, 2 John, 3 John = John - A.D. 90 (some suggest a pre-A.D. 70 date)
Jude = Jude - A.D. 60
Revelation = John - A.D. 90-96 (some suggest a date prior to A.D. 70)
I believe all these men not some knucklehead on topix LOL called Liam
Illiterate Aramaic speaking peasants do not write lengthy discourses in Greek. If Jesus or anyone in his gang even knew more than three words in Greek, it would be amazing.
Oh, and the good news if that you do not have to believe me, find some reputable scholars and learn something for yourself.