Third Epistle of John

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The Third Epistle of John is the sixty-fourth book in the Christian Bible, and the twenty-fifth in the New Testament. It is the shortest book in the Bible.

This book is believed to a letter from John to his friend Gaius.

There is some disagreement over whether the John who wrote the letters of John, the John who wrote The Gospel of John, and the John who wrote the Book of Revelation are the same person.

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