I know the traditional view is John the son of Zebedee, aka John the Apostle. But I've read diferente perspectives, even Mary Magdalene or even Judas!
I've read about the Lazarus theory, it seeems compeling at first but there's something that makes me doubt it.
The Muratorian fragment says it was really a John who wrote a gospel, but they cal him a "disicple" while they cal others "apostles".
What do you think?
Sorry english isn't my language.
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