Of the three epistles of John, the first may justly be considered the most important, though the others, despite their brevity and the fact that they are apparently addressed to individuals, have an interest and a significance of their own. The style and content of these letters show close affinities to the fourth Gospel, and there is general agreement that they come from the pen of the same author.
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