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Sabbath in Crisis by Dale Ratzlaff
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Mar 13, 2011

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I read this some time ago. For many years I attended a church that insisted on keeping (or trying to keep) many of the Old Testament Laws. This definitely was based on observation of the Ten Commandments. There are a number of Christian churches (denominations) that believe in keeping (in various ways) the "Seventh (7th) Day Sabbath. The Seventh Day Adventists, The Seventh Day Church of God, The Seventh Day Baptists and so on. Is this a valid argument? The Sabbath Command is based on the 4th of the Ten Commandments ("Remember the Sabbath Day and Keep it Holy"). We as Christians would never think of breaking any of the other 9. Does this Command require the keeping of a specific 24 hour period each week? Is it to be a specific day? How does this apply to Christians and what does it all have to do with Jesus Christ.

This book sets out to give a clear study of the sabbath question, what it means, how it applies. What does the Bible actually say?
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