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Sermon Tone Analysis

Overall tone of the sermon

This automated analysis scores the text on the likely presence of emotional, language, and social tones. There are no right or wrong scores; this is just an indication of tones readers or listeners may pick up from the text.
A score of 0.5 or higher indicates the tone is likely present.
Emotion Tone
Anger
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Joy
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Analytical
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Confident
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Tentative
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Social Tone
Openness
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Conscientiousness
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Extraversion
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Agreeableness
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Emotional Range
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Anger
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The Background of 1 John
Written by John the Apostle
Author of the Gospel of John, three Epistles of John, and the Book of the Revelation
Occasion of Writing
The Purpose of 1 John
To provide a standard to evaluate one’s salvation
Repeated use of phrases such as “I (we) have written...” and “that you(r) may...”
To combat Gnosticism
The Message of 1 John
Salvation is in Jesus
Joy is Possible because Jesus Came
Salvation Makes a Difference in One’s Life
You Can Know and Have Joy
Joy is Only Possible in Relationship to Jesus
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