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"They were devoting themselves to the teaching of the emissaries and to fellowship, to breaking bread and to (the) prayers."  

Acts 2:42 Tree of Life Version (TLV) 

What are the “Teachings of the Emissaries”?

Are they just the Epistles of the New Covenant?

Do the “Teachings” also include the Gospels?

Are these “Teachings” limited to only the New Testament?

The Greek word: κατηχέω (Catechism) literally means “Oral Teaching” Could there be oral teachings that the Twelve Emissaries of the Messiah set forth as a type of “Messianic Halacha” for early Jewish and non-Jewish believers in Yeshua?

The New Covenant itself gives us clues: 

"But we should always give thanks to God for you, brothers and sisters loved by the Lord, because God chose you as firstfruits for salvation through sanctification by the Ruach and belief in the truth. 14 He called you to this salvation through our proclaiming the Good News, for you to gain the glory of our Lord Yeshua the Messiah. 15 So then, brothers and sisters, stand firm and hold on to the traditions which you were taught, whether by word of mouth or by our letter." (2 Thessalonians 2:13-15) 

What then exactly are these “Traditions” that we are told to hold on to?

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Didache Intro Video

What is the "didache"?

“The Didache” in Greek, (a.k.a. ‘The Teaching of the Twelve Apostles’). The Didache is...

“A manual of instruction for proselytes, adopted from the Synagogue by early Christianity, and transformed by alteration and amplification into a Church manual. Discovered among a collection of ancient Christian manuscripts in Constantinople by Bryennios in 1873, and published by him in 1883, it aroused great interest among scholars. The book is mentioned by Eusebius ("Hist. Eccl." 3:25) and Athanasius ("Festal Letters," 39) in the fourth century, had apparently been lost since the ninth century. 

The class will examine the Didache and compare it to the Scriptures to explore and learn what the first Apostles were teaching and expecting new non-Jewish believers how to live and grow within the Messianic Jewish community.  The class will be enlightening for both Jewish and non-Jewish believers alike.  Register now for the class!