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.

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