The Didache

An Ethical Guidebook[05]


What did faith in Messiah originally look like? This is a key ingredient of discipleship that the Didache addresses. Its focus on ethics and directly drawing from Yeshua's own words and teachings will assist believers today to strengthen their faith by returning to some of the specific disciplines it mentions that have apparently been lost through centuries.

Get the Word out—Share this!

The Didache[5 Videos]

VIDEO CHANNELS

  • Delitzsch Hebrew Gospels
  • Learning from Levertoff
  • Levertoff
  • Sabbath Table Melodies
  • The Didache
  • The Sabbath Table

DISCOVER MORE

  • Vine of David Articles
    Passover

    The First Messianic Haggadah

    For many centuries, Jewish people have put faith in Yeshua, only to be absorbed and assimilated into Christianity. Modern Messianic Judaism was ignited in the mid-1800s as Christians of Jewish descent began to assert the value of their Jewish identity.

  • Vine of David Resources
    Hitler, Poljak, and the Signs of the Times

    Hitler: Warlord and Spiritualist

    Messianic Jewish pioneer Abram Poljak (1900-1963) believed that Adolf Hitler was possessed by a demonic being that directed his decisions and assisted his rise to power. Moreover, Poljak believed that Hitler was a forerunner of the ­antichrist. This Vine of David collection of Poljak’s writings on the subject augments his ­original booklet

  • FFOZ Articles
    Calendar

    Happy New Year, Again!

    Judaism has four New Years, and one of them, Tu Bishvat, is for trees. Why? Since we don’t see that specifically laid out in the Bible, it must be those dastardly old rabbis at it again, right? Or maybe there’s something important we could learn about the role of rabbinic authority in ancient Israel.