The Didache, Ignatius, and the Lord's Way


Did early Jewish and Gentile Christians observe Saturday or Sunday? Are you ready to give a true answer to that question? The late Cardinal Danielou claimed that the Didache and Ignatius's Letter to the Magnesians pointed to Sunday. Have those documents been intentionally mistranslated? How can someone who does not know koine Greek prove that? Does the Didache teach that Christians are to keep Sunday or might it be referring to Passover? What did the 7th cenutry Paulini teach? Does Ignatius' Letter to the Magnesians actually teach to no longer keep the Sabbath, but instead Sunday? Did Ignatius endorse all the Ten Commandments? Did Ignatius condemn those whose claimed Christianity, but would not keep "the law of Moses'? Did he condemn following Jewish traditions? Did the successors of Ignatius, such as Theophilus and Serapion keep Saturday or Sunday? What did Jerome teach about the Nazarene Christians? Did the Apostles and their early faithful follower keep the seventh day Sabbath? What is the earliest known reference to "Sunday" for professors of Jesus? What day did Jesus state was the Lord's day? Dr. Thiel addresses these issues and more.

A written article of related interest is available titled: Another Look at the Didache, Ignatius, and the Sabbath