Articles Tagged: didache (4 Posts)

The word Didache is Greek for doctrine, didactic, or teaching. It is one of the earliest Christian writings. It was probably written sometime around AD 70 to AD 100, and seems to be a kind of manual for the early Christians. The Didache – Kirsopp Lake Translation CHAPTER 0 – 1 The Lord’s teaching to […]

The word Didache is Greek for doctrine, didactic, or teaching. It is one of the earliest Christian writings. It was probably written sometime around AD 70 to AD 100, and seems to be a kind of manual for the early Christians. The Didache – Charles H. Hoole Translation CHAPTER 1 1:1 There are two paths, […]

The word Didache is Greek for doctrine, didactic, or teaching. It is one of the earliest Christian writings. It was probably written sometime around AD 70 to AD 100, and seems to be a kind of manual for the early Christians. The Didache – Roberts-Donaldson Translation The Lord’s Teaching Through the Twelve Apostles to the […]

The word Didache is a Greek word that essentially means doctrine, didactic, or teaching. It was written at a very early date, sometime around AD 70 to AD 100. Who Wrote the Didache? The Didache does not contain any references to who wrote it. There are claims that the twelve apostles were the authors of […]

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