DIDACHE (di-da-kay)


An uninspired collection of Christian moral laws, directions for Baptism

and the Eucharist and instructions for ministers. It is also called "The

Teaching of the Twelve Apostles." Although it may date from as early as the

end of the first century, there is no reason to believe it to be Apostolic

in origin.


Roman Catholics will often point out that the word "sacrifice" is used 3

times in the Didache, but the context shows it means the sacrifices of

thanksgiving (Hebrews 13:15).

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