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The New Testament Sabbath Day

The New Testament Sabbath Day

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ould it surprise you to learn that during the time when the New Testament was being written, the entire Christian Church throughout the known world observed the Sabbath day? No, I don't mean Sunday. I mean what most people would call "The Jewish Sabbath," Saturday. As late as the 80's and 90's of the first century, when the last words of the New Testament were being written, the New Testament church universally observed the seventh day Sabbath. This is beyond dispute. It is not a matter of a few proof texts and technical arguments. It is something that is woven into the very fabric of the New Testament...

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ould it surprise you to learn that during the time when the New Testament was being written, the entire Christian Church throughout the known world observed the Sabbath day? No, I don't mean Sunday. I mean what most people would call "The Jewish Sabbath," Saturday. As late as the 80's and 90's of the first century, when the last words of the New Testament were being written, the New Testament church universally observed the seventh day Sabbath. This is beyond dispute. It is not a matter of a few proof texts and technical arguments. It is something that is woven into the very fabric of the New Testament...

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Published by: FreetosharePublications on Apr 15, 2011
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When did Sunday become the Christianday of worship? ...
 
THE NEW TESTAMENT
SABBATH DAY 
 Ronald L. Dart 
Christian Educational Ministries P.O. Box 560 Whitehouse, TX 75791/Borntowin.net 
 
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ould it surprise you to learn that during the time when the New  Testament was being written, the entire Christian Churchthroughout the known world observed the Sabbath day? No, Idon't mean Sunday. I mean what most people would call "The JewishSabbath," Saturday. As late as the 80's and 90's of the first century, when thelast words of the New Testament were being written, the New Testamentchurch
universally
observed the seventh day Sabbath. This is beyond dispute.It is not a matter of a few proof texts and technical arguments. It is somethingthat is woven into the very fabric of the New Testament. What may be the first subtle clue is found in Luke's account of one of Jesus'earliest sermons. It was not long after His baptism when Jesus, "came toNazareth, where he had been brought up: and,
as his custom was,
he went intothe synagogue on the Sabbath day, and stood up for to read." (Luke 4:16)
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