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(Pliny Natural History 4.69-70; Tacitus Annals 4.30) These scholars assert that John of Patmos wrote Revelation but neither the Gospel of John nor the Epistles of John.
Revelation 1:9 says that the author wrote the book on Patmos: “I, John, both your brother and companion in tribulation...
was on the island that is called Patmos for the word of God and for the testimony of Jesus Christ.” Adela Yarbro Collins, a biblical scholar at Yale Divinity School, writes: Early tradition says that John was banished to Patmos by the Roman authorities.
In the Gospel, authorship is internally credited to the "disciple whom Jesus loved" ( doubt that the "Gospel of John" was even written by an individual named "John" (Ἰωάννης or יוחנן).
Nevertheless, the notion of “John the Evangelist” exists, and is still considered by some the same as the Apostle John.
This tradition is credible because banishment was a common punishment used during the Imperial period for a number of offenses.