After reading this short book most hungry minds will want even more.
If you are interested in understanding Jesus better, and you've already studied the gospels in depth, I highly recommend reading the Didache.
The Didache is from a time in the very early Christian church that is frequently overlooked in favor of the gospels.
For a beginner studying the Didache, this book was very informative and helpful. I highly recommend it to anyone interested in early Christianity.Published 3 months ago by Richard Anderson
if you read commentaries about the Bible, then this will illuminate your understanding to the NT and how the early house churches operated. Read morePublished 4 months ago by Thomas A. Lennox
The book was everything I hoped for and more. The extensive analysis and commentary really make this edition the best choice from all the editions to choose from. Read morePublished 5 months ago by Book Geek
Good commentary bon the first books of the bible. Helps the reader understand the Jewish concept behind the written words.Published 6 months ago by Dugpeg
The Didache is a centuries-old Christian document that described the life and work of the church after the time of Christ. Read morePublished 6 months ago by hebrewman
Portraying church principles of 100 AD, important concepts emerge that cannot be found in most evangelical and mainline churches today. Discover what is missing.Published 8 months ago by DAVID A FULLER
I liked the side-by-side Greek and English although the formatting seemed a little uneven. Good commentary, at least for an introduction.Published 10 months ago by James Pyles
A quick glance at the author's introduction indicates some policies for the translation of the text that are, to say the least, highly unconventional, inconsistent, of questionable... Read morePublished 13 months ago by renaissance