Reblogging for future reference.
From Sabbath To Sunday: A Discussion of the Historical Aspects of the Sabbath Question, Showing How, When, Why, and by Whom the Change Was Made From the Seventh to the First Day of the Week, by Carlyle B. Haynes
Although this is not the most familiar book of this title to contemporary readers, it is a worthwhile book from the early 20th century that offers a pointed critique of Protestant Sundaykeeping practice in light of the clear biblical mandate for Sabbath observance. This book may be more pointed for Sunday keepers in light of the fact that from a defective interpretation of Colossians 2 and a defective understanding of the death and resurrection of Jesus Christ in light of the failure to understand and observe the biblical Sabbath, the book still manages to score many points against the Protestant churches of the author’s time by quoting ante- and post-Nicene Church…
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