Teach of the Twelve: Believing and Practicing the Promitive Christianity of the Ancient Didache Community

Teach of the Twelve: Believing and Practicing the Promitive Christianity of the Ancient Didache Community

by Tony Jones

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Overview

How did the first Christians practice their faith? The Didache, an early handbook of an anonymous Christian community, "is the most important book you've never heard of." It spells out a way of life for Jesus-followers, including how to love one another, how to practice the Eucharist, and how to take in wandering prophets. Likely written before many of the New Testament books, this little-known text can enlighten the way that Christians are church, today. Tony Jones unpacks the ancient document with insight and perspective, and traces the life of a small house church in Missouri that is trying to live according to its precepts. Includes a new, contemporary English translation of the complete text of the Didache.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781557257574
Publisher: Paraclete Press
Publication date: 11/01/2009
Series: US
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
File size: 2 MB

About the Author

Tony Jones is the national coordinator of Emergent-U.S. (www.emergentvillage.com) and a doctoral fellow and senior research fellow in practical theology at Princeton Theological Seminary. He is the author of Postmodern Youth Ministry: Exploring Cultural Shift, Cultivating Authentic Community, Creating Holistic Connections, The Sacred Way: Spiritual Practices for Everyday Life, The Teaching of the Twelve: Believing and Practicing the Primitive Christianity of the Ancient Didache Community, The Most Difficult Journey You'll Ever Make: The Pilgrim's Progress and You Converted Me: The Confessions of St. Augustine. Tony Jones has spent the last two decades working with young Christians as a pastor, missionary, and theologian. Tony lives with his three children in Edina, Minnesota.

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