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- Alan Hirsch, author of The Forgotten Ways
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An excellent book! I rely on it and check back regularlyPublished 6 months ago by Elizabeth Winfree
This is not an academic treatise, but a heart-felt journey into the church of the first or second century. In a nutshell, this is practise over intellectual dogma. Read morePublished 6 months ago by Amazon Customer
It had nothing new. Bible gives much more teaching and inspiration.Published 7 months ago by michael abdollahzadeh
An incredible read. I could hardly put it down. What a fascinating look into a first century community of The Way (Christians) that were trying their best. Read morePublished 7 months ago by Lauren P.
Our adult class has studied this along with the Bible passages that are in this book. Very interesting piece of old literature. All books arrived in great condition.Published 14 months ago by Kim J. Beck
I loved this wonderful work by our early disciples of Jesus. It teaches in their own words the teachings of our saviour, & what thye meant to them & will mean for us. I loved it.Published 17 months ago by Ronald P. Campisi
Although I believe The Didache is well-worth reading, I think that Jones's treatment is vastly inferior to the more scholarly presentation of Aaron Milavec. Read morePublished 18 months ago by Stephen J. Triesch
Tony Jones calls the Didache the most important book you've never heard of.
In his book, The Teaching of the Twelve: Believing and Practicing the Primitive Christianity... Read more