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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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.
Extensive Commentary on the Book
Vine of David has created the Love and the Messianic Age, Study Guide and Commentary to expand on the deep concepts in Paul Philip Levertoff's book. The Guide explains them, and connects them to the words of Yeshua and the apostles, and is a great resource for study and meditation.
Do we have to honor our parents even if they are not worthy of honoring? Do we have to tell the truth in every situation? The lighthearted CBS sitcom Living Biblically is asking some common questions about the Bible’s mandates, but how do the television answers measure up?