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|−|The passage known as Jude is a very short passage, being only 25 sentences long - in one chapter, and is one that explains the errors of ' Godless men'. It begins with the title of ' The Sin and Doom of Godless Men' and goes on to state how these godless men are immoral and perverted and have denied jesus christ as their saviour. |+|
|−|It then goes on to tell christians (presumably) should go on to convert the godless men and save them from the hell fire. |+|
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|−|Jude is not as violent as some other ones in the bible and follows the trend of the newest testaments of merely praising god and converting non-believers. |+|
Jude is not very violent, although it has its highlights of such description, but in particular is a book describing the 'sin and doom of godless men' - as is the subtitle to the chapter. The book tells of this the whole way through aside from the final paragraphs which tell of jesus' love and mercy. The last addition to the chapter seems to fall flat when considering the specifity of the language of the previous sentences, which comes out quite harshly overall.