included in THE DIDACHE (written around 70 AD - only 40 years after the death of Jesus Christ - and discovered around 1873)
In the earliest days of Christianity, many important letters and instructions were penned by the first followers of Christ and were held in great honour by the early Church, while not included in the Cannon of Sacred Scripture. The Teaching of the Twelve Apostles, The Didache was the earliest catechetical instruction of its kind, written late in the first century, it instructs the early Christians on all aspects of the Christian life. Lost to modern scholarship until its rediscovery around 1873, the Didache is considered one of the most important early Christian writings known today.
THE DIDACHE - explained by Sbdn. Sabatino Carnazzo - from Institute of Catholic Culture.org
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