The Didache

The Content and Origins of the Didache[01]


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. Tony Jones, an American theologian, author, and blogger, describes the Didache as "The most important work you've never heard of." In this short introduction, Toby Janicki gives the viewer some background information about the Didache.

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