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Sabbath and Sunday in History: Research Papers by Michael D. Morrison, Thomas C. Hanson, and Ralph G. Orr
By Grace Communion International
Series: Old Testament Laws and Christians, Book 8. Price: Free! Words: 34,410. Language: English. Published: January 30, 2014. Category: Nonfiction » Religion and Spirituality » Christian Church / History
The church was originally composed of religiously observant Jews, and they kept the seventh-day Sabbath. However, within 100 years, almost all churches were meeting on Sundays. How did this change come about? These papers explore the evidence and offer hypotheses. In the 17th century, some Christians in England began observing the seventh-day Sabbath. How did that reversal come about?
Should Christians Keep Old Testament Laws?
By Grace Communion International
Series: Old Testament Laws and Christians, Book 2. Price: Free! Words: 36,320. Language: English. Published: March 11, 2014. Category: Nonfiction » Religion and Spirituality » Christian Rituals & Practice / General
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Some Christians feel that they should keep Old Testament laws such as the seventh-day Sabbath and avoiding "unclean" meats. The articles in this e-book address that, beginning with the point that yes, Christians should obey God -- but are the Old Testament laws the laws that we should obey? The example of circumcision shows that God-given laws can be obsolete or kept in the spirit, not literally.
Open Letters to an Adventist: Is the Sabbath a Ceremonial Law?
By Michael Morrison
Series: Old Testament Laws and Christians, Book 9. Price: Free! Words: 28,670. Language: English. Published: February 10, 2014 by Grace Communion International. Category: Nonfiction » Religion and Spirituality » Christianity / Seventh-Day Adventist
An Adventist magazine published an editorial titled "Why the Seventh Day?" Michael Morrison responded with letter of praise and critique, and with an outline of why the seventh day is not commanded any longer. There is an essay about whether the Sabbath is a moral law or a ceremonial law. Also included is the bombshell sermon of Joseph W. Tkach, explaining why the WCG would stop being sabbatarian.