Is the Didache on Par with the Bible?
Toby Janicki, author of The Way of Life, a new commentary on the Didache, explains that Vine of David does not put the text of the Didache on par with that of other New Testament books, but emphasizes that the Didache was highly regarded by the early church fathers, and even viewed as Scripture by some. It was probably the most popular of the extra-canonical works in the early centuries of Christianity.
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Some sayings and specific words in the Bible are hard to understand. The Delitzsch Hebrew Gospels from Vine of David not only provides access to the profound scholarship and insight of Professor Franz Delitzsch, but it is also a wealth of information into the background of the New Testament.
Names of Messiah in Jewish Sources
An inspiring book that introduces the reader into the rich background and meaning behind the names of the Messiah. It is a beautifully designed and presented hardcover book containing some 101 names of Messiah, with extensive references to biblical and non-biblical sources.
Why didn’t the LORD simply specify the date on the Hebrew calendar, 6 Sivan, on which to celebrate Shavu’ot? Counting the Omer links Shavu’ot explicitly to Pesach. Counting each day is like adding a link to a chain. In a sense, therefore, Shavu’ot is the ultimate fulfillment of Pesach.