The Didache

Clear Path for Gentile Believers[04]


Toby Janicki, the author of the new book published by Vine of David, The Way of Life, believes that Christians really want to return to a more authentic faith, and that studying the text of the Didache with the help of his new book will be a great stepping stone for believers to start understanding the early workings of the Church and its Jewish origins.

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