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Submitted by Servant of Christ (United States), Dec 9, 2006 at 22:54

Was John the Apostle exiled to Patmos by Nero? No because John of Patmos was exiled by Domitian and it believe to have tooking at the very end of the Domitian reign which is around 95 or 96 AD. Another proof is that the it was not written by John the Apostle is that they use different words for lamb when referring to him (Jesus) — the Gospel uses amnos, Revelation uses arnion.

Again, we do not know if the earliest manuscript is the actual one that John wrote. It could just be a poor translation or copy. But that's just a conjecture. What matters is that the book does not differ from the Biblical doctrine. And their is some evidence pointing to that John of Patmos being exiled more than once. That being said, Apostle John could still be John of Patmos.

You got proof it refers to one of the Godheads. Anyway why does God make it so difficult to tell us that he is 3 in 1? Those verses I gave you proof that God is one and there is no other God.

God does tell us he is three in One. I told you that there is no God other than YHWH. YHWH is made up of three just as space is made up of length, width, and height. Do you wish for me to give some verses?

May God Bless You All

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