The Two Ways tract is one of the earliest extant pieces of Christian teaching. In its original form, it was two lists of positive and negative injunctions, the negative one deriving from a Jewish 22-item list of sins, each consisting of a single Hebrew word, arranged in the order of the Hebrew 22-letter alphabet, one sin per letter (Harris 1899). A version of the Two Ways . . debate (in its Pauline form) can be seen, we suggest, in the late 1st century Hebrews and 1 John.
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