This small book presents a reconstruction and translation of the Two Ways, a lost Greek treatise behind pieces of several early Christian writings, embedded into later documents like the Didache and the Epistle of Barnabas. The Two Ways offers tantalizing glimpses into the concerns of an early community and contains remarkable parallels to first-century Jewish thought. Recommended reading for anyone with an interest in extra-canonical Christian texts, the historical Jesus, Jewish Christianity or the early Church. Here is a new translation of the Greek text in clear and relatable English with extensive commentary. Notes provide the original Greek and alternate translations for many passages, as well as references to further Biblical and ancient sources. The thorough appendix includes an index of scriptural and ecclesiastic writings referenced in the introduction and commentary and a table citing all parallel Two Ways verses from the sources used in restoring this lost text.