TEACHING THE WORD OF GOD
Didactic Ministries is a 501(c)(3), non-profit organization dedicated to teaching people about the Bible and Christianity. We support Christian evangelism and discipleship by providing educational products and services to individuals, schools and congregations.
This ministry promotes a biblical worldview based on the belief (1) that God is the all-powerful, all-knowing Creator and Ruler of the universe, (2) that the Bible is accurate in all that it teaches, (3) that salvation is a gift that cannot be earned, and (4) that Christians have a responsibility to share their faith with others.
Our goal is to help people understand the Bible, so they can make informed decisions about spiritual issues. We provide a wide range of educational products and services for groups and individuals within the USA. We also provide mentoring and answers to Bible related questions as time permits.
For many years, there has been a growing interest in the Hebraic roots of Christianity. Many conservative, biblical scholars have gained a deeper appreciation of the use of the Old Testament in the life of the early Christian Church and the role of the Torah in Christian sanctification and discipleship. We work to share this information in an interesting and understandable format.
We recognize the inspiration and authority of both the Old and New Testament but oppose the use of the Oral Law for deciding matters of faith and practice in the Christian Church. While the writings of ancient rabbis may provide useful background information about the New Testament, Jesus firmly rejected the traditions of the elders and warned His disciples to avoid the leaven of Pharisaic doctrine (Matt 16:5-12, Mark 7:6-9).
We explain how to apply the Torah in a modern, Western culture. We follow well established principles of biblical interpretation and carefully avoid the ditches of legalism and antinomianism. We also avoid the numerous, lunatic fringe issues that plague many groups today such as End Times prediction addiction, Kabbalah mysticism and wacky conspiracy theories.
This video summarizes the biblical teaching about God's weekly and annual Sabbaths. God commands everyone to keep His Sabbaths because they are a sign between Him and His people. He didn't abolish them; in fact, the early New Testament Church kept them, and everyone will keep them during the Millennium. God also condemns the observance of pagan, man-made Sabbaths as false counterfeits.
One of our goals is to provide Christians with a place to keep the seventh-day Sabbath and biblical festivals in a spiritually enriching environment, so we organize and sponsor fellowship meetings in the Washington DC and Fairfax county Virginia area based on the level of interest. We can also schedule Internet-based Bible studies if desired. Please contact us if you would like more information.
Have you ever wondered why most churches observe Sunday, Christmas and Easter while Jesus and the apostles observed the seventh day Sabbath and the Passover? And, why do most churches claim that the Mosaic Law has been abolished when Jesus and the apostles taught the exact opposite (Matt 5:17-20, Rom 3:31)?
Understanding the role of the Law of Moses and the Covenants is essential for salvation and divine blessings. Failure to obey God's will always leads to pain, sorrow and death. Billions of people today are suffering needlessly because they have been misled by a false gospel that promises salvation without repentance; they can't understand why God does not hear their prayers or deliver them.
We offer a free 8-part video series dealing with this important issue. Just click the PLAY button below to watch Part 1 on our YouTube channel. You can also download the companion study guide to your favorite eReader or computer.
Was Jesus actually born on December 25? And, what do Santa Claus, reindeer, mistletoe, Yule logs and evergreen trees have to do with the birth of Jesus? The following video reveals the surprising truth about December 25th and lays out three clear biblical arguments against the observance of Christmas.
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