The Didache

Glimpse into Early Christian Practice and Belief[02]


Toby Janicki is the author of the new book published by Vine of David, The Way of Life, an important translation and Messianic Jewish commentary on the Didache. We learn from Toby in this video why he believes the Didache is such an important work, specifically in terms of some of the practices mentioned in the text that traces back directly to Jewish traditions.

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