Textus Receptus Bibles
My reference to a controversial book is De Duplicio Marytrio, which has two allusions to the section (earthly, however one implies heavenly) in 1 John.
Jortin here discusses the question as to whether it was authentic.
* It (u-Vol. i. p. 180.) is somewhat strange, says the last editor of St. Cyprian, that Erasmus should have inserted amongst the works of this father a book, which he had found, entitled De duplici Martyrio, wherein mention is made of Diocletian, and of the Turks. Gravius and Pamelius are inclined to think that Erasmus himself composed this book, to delude the public. But the judicious Tillemont, though not at all prejudiced in favour of Erasmus, justifies him, and says that Erasmus had too much sense to make a work which carried in itself its own confutation.’
Tillemont here follows Du Pin, whom see tom. iii. p. 178. and Tillemont, tom. iv. p. 196.