Analysis of The Gospel of John

The Gospel of St. John
Was written by Mr. Anon
It was 300AD
When they saw the need
To make Jesus a Godly son

Scheme AABCD
Poetic Form
Metre 010111 1101101 111 11101 11100101
Closest metre Iambic trimeter
Characters 108
Words 24
Sentences 3
Stanzas 1
Stanza Lengths 5
Lines Amount 5
Letters per line (avg) 17
Words per line (avg) 5
Letters per stanza (avg) 83
Words per stanza (avg) 24

About this poem

I have studied the authorship of the books of the Bible and especially the New Testament. The Gospel of John is a ringer.

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Written on June 13, 2022

Submitted by davidg.37672 on June 13, 2022

Modified on March 05, 2023

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David Granteer

The website shows me as "davidg20663". This is the identity I was assigned when I joined. The stuff (including poems) under this identity was submitted before I joined the website. I was born in Montana and grew up in Portland, OR. I went to a technical high school, Benson, and worked on the radio station there, KBPS. I was in the Navy Reserves and spent my active duty in Washington, DC I have a BS in physics and an MSEE I am a life Senior Member of the Institute of Electrical and Electronic Engineers I was granted two patents I have been married nine times The name of my present wife is Carol We have a combined family of six children I list my religion as Zen Buddhism more…

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