|Alan Garrow Didache|
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What would be the biggest possible 'lottery win' for a New Testament scholar? The rediscovery of a hard copy of Q? The recovery of a lost letter written by James the brother of Jesus? I believe both of these gifts were granted when, in 1873, Archbishop Philotheos discovered the The Teaching of the Lord, by the Twelve Apostles, to the Gentiles or, the Didache. For some reason, however, most NT scholars have been reluctant to enjoy the spoils. How badly have they been missing out? See 'An Extant Instance of 'Q'' and 'The Didache: Key to the Acts-Galatians Conundrum'.
Alan Garrow is Vicar of St Peter's Harrogate and a member of SCIBS at the University of Sheffield.