The Second Epistle of John is the second of the three Johannine epistles of the New Testament. This is the shortest book of the Bible with only 13 verses. There is no scholarly consensus as to the exact author of these Johannine works. However, the author of this second epistle is often called the elder or the presbyter because he used this term in the first verse. Traditionally, this work bears the name of John. Did you ever hear of this short Second Epistle of John?