2 Peter in Wikipedia
The Second Epistle of Peter, usually referred to simply as
Second Peter and often written 2 Peter, is a book of the New
Testament of the Bible, traditionally ascribed to Saint Peter,
but in modern times widely regarded as pseudonymous.
It is the first New Testament book to treat other New
Testament writings as scripture, 2 Peter was one of the last
letters included in the New Testament canon; it quotes from
and adapts Jude extensively, identifies Jesus with God, and
addresses a threatening heresy which had arisen because the
end and salvation had not occurred...