Chapters 1-6 of the Didache offer a compelling contrast between the Way of Life and the Way of Death. This ancient Christian text teaches that the way of life begins with loving God and loving our neighbors as ourselves. It goes on to emphasize practical actions such as blessing those who curse us, praying for our enemies, fasting for those who persecute us, and being generous. Rather than focusing solely on belief, the Didache emphasizes that Christianity is a way of life, a path that shapes how we interact with others and how we love God. It’s All About What We Do.