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2 John is the second John and the 63th addition to the current [[Bible]] and, like [[3 John]], is set out as a letter to a lady who remains un-named in the book. It tells the reader of the letter to 'walk in love' and not to house deceivers, presumably atheists - as they are said to be those who do not accept jesus christ. The book/letter does not have much of a negative theme to it, and does not include violence or tales of anyone. the book is yet another to a series of books spread throughout the Bible that are incredibly short, and contain nothing of much interest.
 
2 John is the second John and the 63th addition to the current [[Bible]] and, like [[3 John]], is set out as a letter to a lady who remains un-named in the book. It tells the reader of the letter to 'walk in love' and not to house deceivers, presumably atheists - as they are said to be those who do not accept jesus christ. The book/letter does not have much of a negative theme to it, and does not include violence or tales of anyone. the book is yet another to a series of books spread throughout the Bible that are incredibly short, and contain nothing of much interest.
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Revision as of 18:47, 2 July 2010

2 John is the second John and the 63th addition to the current Bible and, like 3 John, is set out as a letter to a lady who remains un-named in the book. It tells the reader of the letter to 'walk in love' and not to house deceivers, presumably atheists - as they are said to be those who do not accept jesus christ. The book/letter does not have much of a negative theme to it, and does not include violence or tales of anyone. the book is yet another to a series of books spread throughout the Bible that are incredibly short, and contain nothing of much interest.

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