The Didache is a brief work—not longer than the Epistle to the Galatians; but its suggestiveness is great and varied. G.C. Allen presents an English translation with notes and illustrations which show its relation to the New Testament and the beliefs and practices of the early Christian church. Before the annotated translation he provides an introduction where he covers the Didache’s discovery, its importance, its age, and a short analysis of its contents.
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George Cantrell Allen earned his DD from St. John’s College in 1881. He served as Head Master of Cranleigh School, Guildford, Surrey.