3 John

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3 John is a small book which is basically a letter, and was probably a letter before being added to the [[Bible]].
 
3 John is a small book which is basically a letter, and was probably a letter before being added to the [[Bible]].
 
It is adressed to someone called 'Gaius' and refers to him/her in first person throughout the passage, and also as the writers child. The book does not have anything to say to anyone aside from Gaius and does not attempt to [[Proselytize]] at any point.
 
It is adressed to someone called 'Gaius' and refers to him/her in first person throughout the passage, and also as the writers child. The book does not have anything to say to anyone aside from Gaius and does not attempt to [[Proselytize]] at any point.
3 John doesn't have anything to say of the work of god or tales of anyone.
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3 John doesn't have anything to say of the work of God or tales of anyone.
 
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Revision as of 02:29, 2 July 2010

3 John is a small book which is basically a letter, and was probably a letter before being added to the Bible. It is adressed to someone called 'Gaius' and refers to him/her in first person throughout the passage, and also as the writers child. The book does not have anything to say to anyone aside from Gaius and does not attempt to Proselytize at any point. 3 John doesn't have anything to say of the work of God or tales of anyone.

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