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The Leadership of the Catholic Church: Now vs. Then (Pt. 3)

We are continuing our series on the identity and government of the Christian Church and how it relates to the claims of the Roman Catholic Church. My¬†first post explained why this question is freshly relevant and urgent for Roman Catholics, and it laid out the Roman Catholic claims about how the Christian Church was founded […]

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The Scripture Principle in the Didache

The Didache, or “Teaching of the Twelve Apostles,” written around the turn of the second century, is one of our earliest non-canonical witnesses to post-Apostolic Christian faith and practice. It is refreshing in its simplicity, directness, and practicality. In this post, we look briefly at the incipient theology of revelation that sits behind the author’s […]