Apostolic Guidance for Gentiles and Messianic Judaism
What would it be like to find a lost book of the New Testament?
In 1880, something like that happened when the Didache was discovered inside an ancient codex in a monastery library in Istanbul. The Didache is a manual of practical living instructions intended for the early disciples of Yeshua. Written by the early Jewish believers in Yeshua, it contains teaching that claims to have its origin with the apostles and represents a time when Yeshua faith was still firmly rooted within Judaism. First Fruits of Zion author and teacher Toby Janicki has completed a fresh translation and commentary on the Didache from a Messianic Jewish perspective. He will be presenting material from the book and introducing the importance of this ancient Messianic work for both Jewish and Gentile believers today.