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Evaluating the Strength of Arguments in the Sabbath/Lord’s Day Controversy, Part 1b: What are the Positions?

With a wider view of the history of the controversy and the various expressions of belief, it is time to examine how each position develops its case. 2,717 more words

Sabbath

Lord's Day: Poetry for Mary and Her Lamb...

A Tale of Two Marys and a Bunch of Us Sheep

In honor of both Mary Sawyer and Sarah Hale. Who gave us in 1830 this wonderful Fairy Tale from which I digress and expand upon it’s application. 215 more words

Life

On Neglecting Public Worship

(This is a re-post from November 2012.)

In 1781 John Newton wrote a letter to the members of his church in London.  One of the main reasons he wrote this letter was to address a burden he was facing as a pastor: his parishioners were not coming to worship services.  739 more words

The Lord's Day

“Our Lord, too, following the example of his Father, when he had finished the work which it had been given him to do, rested on the Sabbath — in the peace of his grave. 79 more words

Jesus

The Lord's Day

“Our Lord, too, following the example of his Father, when he had finished the work which it had been given him to do, rested on the Sabbath — in the peace of his grave. 79 more words

Jesus

Calvin: 'Bring the experiences of the Lord's Day to the weekdays, not vice versa'

When it is said, Thou shalt labor six days, our Lord would hereby signify unto us, that we ought not to complain of yielding unto Him one certain day, when He leaves unto us six for one. 1,015 more words

Sabbatarianism

Lord's Day: The Saddest Mothers on the Planet... everyday

Please watch this Video on the Saddest Mothers on the Planet.

Our Legacy of Animal Torture, Abuse and Murder 

These Mothers are our Legacy for the desire and ‘comfort’ of being able to have Dairy ‘Products’ such as Milk and Cheese. 335 more words

Life