The Didache

Is the Didache on Par with the Bible?[03]


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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