Johannine literature is generally referred to as the works of the apostle John, of which the Gospel of John, the epistle John, and the book of Revelation are attributed to. These books all touch on similar themes, which is why scholars have grouped these together. While there is debate as to whether or not John himself wrote all of these works, due to their similarities, these books of the Bible are considered part of the Johannine tradition (Johnson 466). The following descriptions present an overview of the basic theological and pastoral themes in Johannine literature.
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