Sabbath or Lord's Day?: Which? (Classic Reprint)

November 26, 2017|
Sabbath or Lord's Day?: Which? (Classic Reprint) by D. R. Dungan
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Some have been heard to say, however, that the Sabbath has been changed from the seventh to the first day of the week. But the Bible does not know anything of any such a change. N o inspired man ever called the first day of the week the Sab bath. It was centuries after the last apostle was dead before men began to Speak of keeping the Sabbath by observing the first day.

It will be said, however, that the Sabbath, as required of the Israelite, could not be observed in cold climates, and hence the rigor of the law must necessarily have been somewhat abated. But if any such necessity has existed, He who gave the law has surely known it quite as well as any of His creatures, and has therefore, somewhere in His word, removed the severities of the law, or, He has not intended it to be regarded in these cold cli mates. But if it was not intended for these northern countries then it was not meant to be universal. Hence all that may be legitimately argued from the fact of a needed change in the severities of the fourth command, is that it was not intended for persons living in cold climates. N 0 one can change a law in any feature, except He who gave it. And if God had made any such a change, such amending enactment could be found somewhere in the Bible. But as no such enactment can be found, the law remains as it was.

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Title:Sabbath or Lord's Day?: Which? (Classic Reprint)Format:PaperbackProduct dimensions:122 pages, 9 X 6 X 0.26 inShipping dimensions:122 pages, 9 X 6 X 0.26 inPublished:November 26, 2017Publisher:FB&C LtdLanguage:English

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