There you go again, making a conclusion on an event that was:
a. recorded many years after the supposed occurrence
b. exclaiming it was real, even when you weren't there to verify
+ "believing other men"
What evidence do you have to justify and correlate these occurrences actually occurred?
"And so scholars use a different term for this phenomenon and call such books "pseudepigrapha."<quoted text>
citation please, that citation of the Bible is not to be used.
You will find this antiseptic term throughout the writings of modern scholars of the Bible. It's the term used in university classes on the New Testament, and in seminary courses, and in Ph.D. seminars. What the people who use the term do not tell you is that it literally means "writing that is inscribed with a lie."