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History of the Sabbath and First Day of the Week - John N. Andrews

History of the Sabbath and First Day of the Week - John N.

HISTORY OF THE SABBATH AND FIRST DAY OF THE WEEK John N. Andrews 1

  • Page 2 and 3: Preface The history of the Sabbath
  • Page 4 and 5: What a history, therefore, has the
  • Page 6 and 7: Battle Creek, Mich., Nov. 18, 1873
  • Page 8 and 9: When it pleased this infinite Being
  • Page 10 and 11: On the fourth day of time "God said
  • Page 12 and 13: heavens and the earth were finished
  • Page 14 and 15: world was made out of nothing. Henc
  • Page 16 and 17: work which he had made." In yet str
  • Page 18 and 19: acts took place when the seventh da
  • Page 20 and 21: Dr. Twisse quotes Martin Luther thu
  • Page 22 and 23: But the most striking illustration
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  • Page 28 and 29: impunity." But is it not possible t
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  • Page 32 and 33: heavens." "But the Lord is the true
  • Page 34 and 35: "Moses says that in just six days t
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  • Page 40 and 41: 50:10; Ex. 7:25; Job 2:13) That the
  • Page 42 and 43: Notes: 1. "On the sixth day God end
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    posterity. (Ex. 12:29-42; Gal. 3:17

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    I may prove them, whether they will

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    it there shall be none. And it came

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    until after some of the people had

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    obligation, and that they were tran

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    the days of Peleg, who was born abo

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    the sixth, so that no act of the pe

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    Ex.12:43,44. And in like manner whe

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    giving to Israel his law. It is cus

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    nor thy daughter, thy man-servant,

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    The fourth commandment is remarkabl

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    Sabbath day according to the comman

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    Commandment, therefore, does not re

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    seventh one brings the Sabbath to a

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    write that law which was placed ben

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    which I have written; that thou may

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    This should be compared with the te

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    the Lord made heaven and earth, and

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    servitude, and second, in sending t

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    on the one side and on the other we

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    the face of God should not be seen.

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    wrote them upon two tables of stone

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    which he wrote with his own right h

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    expressly designed to take away the

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    the fall and rising again of many i

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    Chapter 6 The Sabbath During the Da

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    sight I brought them out." (Eze. 20

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    I said, I would pour out my fury up

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    These are the words which the Lord

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    precept respecting fires on the Sab

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    the Lord your God am holy. Ye shall

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    without the camp, and stoned him wi

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    ook of Deuteronomy, a name which si

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    The man of God then repeats the Ten

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    appends to this rehearsal a powerfu

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    thee to do this thing." (Deut. 24:1

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    Ten Commandments alone. That the se

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    written by the finger of God after

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    We rest the foundation of the Sabba

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    Matt.12:10-13; Mark 2:27,28; Luke 1

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    who with a high hand sinned and rep

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    each month throughout the year; the

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    that each new moon, that is, the fi

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    manner of work; it shall be a statu

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    of the people in their own land. Th

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    until the children of Israel came i

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    my righteousness to be revealed. Bl

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    and Sabbaths to be forgotten in Zio

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    cross, the Sabbath commandment of t

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    Chapter 8 The Sabbath from David to

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    Samson, of Eli, of Naomi and Ruth,

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    came out of Egypt they were under o

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    are considered. On this incident Dr

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    which was given to David had that d

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    those scriptures which record the p

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    accustomed to visit the prophets of

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    to the Lord, to serve him, and to l

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    thyself in the Lord; and I will cau

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    Sabbath day, and not to bear a burd

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    them the king of the Chaldees, who

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    "Thou camest down also upon Mount S

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    Sabbath: and some of my servants se

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    thoughts are to be on God's works."

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    afflict your souls: in the ninth da

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    to an alarming extent idolaters, an

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    on the Sabbath, and they slew them,

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    gathered their armor together, and

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    did not the priests run away or des

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    ecome a source of distress; that wh

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    Chapter 10 The Sabbath During the L

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    its merciful and beneficent design

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    of him. And when the devil had thro

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    unto you that in this place is one

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    priests, how little of blame could

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    have mercy, and not sacrifice, ye w

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    of divorce. (Matt. 19:3-9) His care

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    in Matthew, he is "Lord EVEN of the

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    synagogue and consulted how they mi

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    1. He had broken the Sabbath. 2. He

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    showed the groundlessness of their

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    What had the Saviour done to justif

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    After this we read as follows:-- "A

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    have an ass or an ox fallen into a

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    are with child, and to them that gi

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    sink."[8] Eusebius also relates its

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    An assertion so often and so confid

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    withdrew it, as Josephus says, "wit

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    destruction of Jerusalem, and was n

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    in STONE. It would be to represent

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    vindicate it a merciful institution

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    Because it is an express recognitio

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    when Jesus was risen early the firs

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    origin of the ancient Sabbath in Ge

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    commandment, which is affirmed to h

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    Scriptures. Did the Law-giver bless

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    days" from this meeting, if made to

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    That from the ascension of Jesus un

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    Who knows that a day should be set

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    that the event in each case should

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    appropriate memorial; while the day

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    Yet it is necessary to assume the v

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    prediction of such an institution,

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    with death for fleeing on that day.

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    Lord, that even then Christians wer

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    with which the tenth day of the sev

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    Chapter 11 The Sabbath During the M

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    ministry, the Messiah solemnly affi

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    21; Deut. 10:4, 5; 1 Kings 8:9) and

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    edition, but cites us to the Old Te

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    law of God contained in the ark in

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    proves by quotations from the Old T

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    apostasy of the Gentiles; its trunk

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    elative to the Ten Commandmentsthat

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    of Christ, and the record of it by

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    consideration a yoke which neither

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    pronounced sentence upon the questi

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    This does not appear to have been a

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    "And ye became followers of us, and

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    And it is worthy of notice that in

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    arrive, they might have their bount

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    thus squarely contradicts his own l

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    And there were many lights in the u

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    11:23-26) The act of breaking bread

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    Christian Sabbath. 11. This narrati

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    provide against its desecration at

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    the ceremonial law; the Jewish memb

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    fact that a few days previous to th

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    epresenting John as writing to Chri

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    event. 3. That while it is claimed

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    After the children of Israel had re

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    Notes: 1. See chap. 3. 2. See chapt

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    eckoned so here, as many commentato

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    answer is this: If the fact be kept

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    writers, John wrote his gospel at E

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    Chapter 12 Early Apostasy in the Ch

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    degenerate race of beings." [1] Wha

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    season; reprove, rebuke, exhort wit

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    system, took their rise; yet it is

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    heresy to deny the efficacy of it.

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    Mr. Dowling bears a similar testimo

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    devoted and pious of the fathers we

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    eformations; yet their great pride

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    alone; the other is the word of God

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    Sunday observance that will not app

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    10. Autobiography of Adam Clarke, L

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    with the apostles; or if they did n

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    2. No one of them ever calls the fi

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    Lord's holy day. This is a concise

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    Mark, A.D. 64. "And very early in t

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    evidence that John did not receive

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    First-day writers present these wit

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    the prophets, are read, as long as

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    Peter as the first of their line, a

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    fact that he did not define the ter

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    this was a treatise concerning Sund

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    pretense whatever. We are never aut

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    of the week." And next it is mentio

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    epresent "each motion of the seven

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    the contrast between the Gnostic se

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    instance already quoted. As the sec

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    tradition, and custom, and faith, y

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    as for example the Lord’s Day, th

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    Thus the churches of Asia Minor had

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    ack to Ignatius the disciple of Joh

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    xii.; Testimony of the Fathers, p.

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    Chapter 14 The First Witnesses for

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    from the early apostolic church, to

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    century, and of the following one p

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    "It is impossible that we should ac

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    Eusebius, the earliest of church hi

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    that creature every year changes it

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    if they are guilty, consists in thi

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    does not designate what day of the

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    Egypt, were ransacked in search of

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    "If any of the writings attributed

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    take kuriake xon as simply 'the lif

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    that name or by any other."[35] It

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    their advancement in piety, on the

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    Sunday as a Catholic festival! Thos

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    32. Cyc. Bib. Lit., art. Lord’s D

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    of the first century and onward, wh

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    heretical opinion that Christians a

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    over the martyrdoms which intervene

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    sacra mysteria'), and he quotes Ter

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    "One of those daring misstatements

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    ecause of its dishonesty; for other

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    say, he would have been saved from

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    Pliny's stated day was Sunday; but

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    said: "I have been in [literally, h

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    sufficiently shown concerning the c

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    Baronius uses it in his record of t

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    apud Eusebium (li.9.c.10) & Ruffinu

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    martyr. 18. Intermitti Dominicum no

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    Chapter 16 Origin of First-day Obse

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    from labor and to religious worship

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    For, in speaking of the time of tha

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    vindication of first-day observance

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    Christian church simply to repeal,

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    divine precept or apostolic example

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    "If we consider either the preachin

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    Emperor, is thus stated by an emine

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    sickness or any other cause, and su

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    in defense of this observance. He a

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    It is to be observed, therefore, th

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    late as A.D. 140 the first day of t

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    three, a calamity (says his biograp

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    the Sabbath was a typical instituti

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    his example or advice; not one paid

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    expresses it, "The Lord’s Day fou

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    Christ. But Tertullian and his bret

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    postponement until the evening, or

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    chapter. The first great effort mad

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    as much as possible, but the origin

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    18. Du Pin's Eccl. Hist. vol. i. p.

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    Chapter 17 The Nature of Early Firs

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    y Christ. As no record of such gift

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    simply says: "We keep the eighth da

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    on the day of the Lord's resurrecti

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    considered that he was addressing h

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    and every Lord’s Day hold your so

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    through circumcision. 4. "The comma

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    "The manna fell on the Lord’s Day

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    The next father who gives a reason

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    The first of these reasons is as go

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    forbidden on that day. We now offer

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    Lord’s Day equal in sacredness wi

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    ecause the Jews did not rest upon t

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    here mentions as the "eighth day,"

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    the stars, then shall he truly rest

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    thousand, the new creation. 8. Ther

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    "The Lord our God does not take ple

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    mere assertion, it is by no means e

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    as significant of the future kingdo

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    shall show hereafter. In several pl

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    Lev. 23:3) Victorinus is the latest

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    21. Dialogue with Trypho, chap. xxi

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    61. Tertullian against Marcion, boo

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    days discard the Sabbath, do also d

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    increase, but not abrogation."[2] B

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    law, among the primary counts of th

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    Commandments:-- "Have before thine

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    number than in the eighth the honor

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    work of nature in the space of six

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    instance cured the withered hand; i

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    "But if some, through weak-mindedne

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    that the world was created by God,

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    3. But Clement, from some cause, sa

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    Clement has used, and the very lang

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    their judgment, labor was not sinfu

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    therefore a Sabbatism,' that is, th

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    shalt thou eat thy bread.' But let

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    The Apostolical Constitutions, thou

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    "Have before thine eyes the fear of

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    The question of the sinfulness of l

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    was easy for men to forget that Chr

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    Sunday festival, and in the church

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    24. Disputation with Manes, sect. 4

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    of the World, sect. 4. And Constant

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    y Constantine's influence -- Remark

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    join them together, and make it one

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    speaks, in his letter to Trajan, ha

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    This fact is made still clearer by

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    did this out of respect to the auth

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    unfrequently treated in this very m

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    y the church.[17] The learned Josep

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    hundreds of years than I spake of b

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    egularly celebrated throughout the

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    the Christian church. On this point

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    "Very shortly after the period when

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    honor of Hercules, Apollo, and Mith

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    Mosheim two years after his Sunday

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    most tyrannical prince."[39] A few

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    designated it as a heathen, and not

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    Take a recent event in papal histor

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    creation, to be a day of rest unto

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    which followeth, we shall find both

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    "As for the Saturday, that retained

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    directed against the festivals of t

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    "On this day, which is the first [d

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    in any preceding ecclesiastical wri

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    "The practice of it [the keeping of

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    many Christians after the apostles'

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    Sunday festival entered the church,

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    "Though in later times we find cons

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    early days. Christians then for som

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    For these and other such circumstan

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    wild beasts be seen on it. ... If a

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    to the usages established elsewhere

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    12. Dialogues on the Lord’s Day,

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    degustatum fulgore esse conatiterit

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    49. Dec. an Fall, chap. xxviii. 50.

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    Chapter 20 Sunday During the Dark A

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    only a human ordinance. The opening

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    "The name of the Sabbath remained a

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    find no more obedience there than i

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    aside, in order that the people may

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    Auxerre a city in Champain, in the

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    the sixth day of the week, as their

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    servant do any work on Sunday by hi

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    ‘Let nothing else, saith he, be d

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    the famous first day argument now s

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    emperors, Lewis and Lotharius, that

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    A.D.858. "The Bulgarians sent some

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    to anger."[34] The work of establis

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    chips together, put them upon his h

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    western division of that church:--

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    hold market of things exposed for s

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    " 'I am the Lord, who commanded you

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    if you do not do so, even as Sodom

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    ut young at the time this roll (A.D

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    long enough to make known the neces

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    covered the earth when that pontiff

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    to make satisfaction as to the obse

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    found raw dough. "In the same count

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    a council of Scotland, held under [

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    husbandry, or exercise himself in a

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    were instituted for this purpose, t

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    of Sunday laws, not from the "one L

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    18. Dialogues on the Lord’s Day,

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    51. Murdock's Mosheim, cent. xiii,

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    Chapter 21 Traces of the Sabbath Du

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    doctrines and decrees; everything h

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    mission of Augustine to that countr

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    "After the success of Agustine and

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    spoken in behalf of Sunday! In givi

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    some say as old as Sylvester [pope

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    wings of a great eagle, that she mi

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    themselves. Dr. Allix quotes an old

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    A.D. 1100, entitled the "Noble Less

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    ecause they met for worship on the

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    statements, which are that they wer

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    names from their shoes, he frankly

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    also informs us that the demand tha

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    with it. As soon as they get astrid

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    instructed their children in the ar

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    Arnoldistae. Allix says of the Romi

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    classes of Christian people who liv

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    Mr. Benedict speaks of them as foll

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    the superstition which disfigured t

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    1074], condemned those who taught t

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    establish, with respect to unleaven

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    themselves, than to have been the p

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    to the Roman pontiff. In Central Af

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    God would have it called the holy o

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    church, especially in that portion

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    city which they had once peopled."[

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    have seen, was to hallow the sevent

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    clergyman of the church of England

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    SEVENTH DAY, and they have as many

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    p. 173. 2. M’Clintock and Strong'

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    23. Eccl. Hist. Ancient Churches of

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    1813. 50. Acts and Decrees of the S

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    78. Buchanan's Christian Researches

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    ordained innumerable festivals, whi

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    till men began to look into the err

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    Sunday, and certain other days as t

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    the resurrection of the Lord is the

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    day in contempt of the Jews, while

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    "Therefore, I think thus, that they

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    the day for the sacred assemblies o

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    Geneva no person could be arrested

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    "Debated whether the reformed, for

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    original Confession of Faith of tha

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    Scotland the Judaical observance of

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    Notes: 1. Hist. Sab. part ii. chap.

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    chapter vi. sect 8; Morer's Lord's

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    Chapter 23 Luther and Carlstadt The

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    the Sabbath upon the entire history

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    eform movement at Wittemberg, and w

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    perilous, were effected by Carlstad

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    Carlstadt could not approve, he fel

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    of the latter; for, however the exp

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    Sears:-- "A furious controversy ens

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    Such language seems quite unwarrant

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    that of Jesus Christ, who alone is

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    treatise was even addressed to Luth

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    egard to the use to be made of the

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    2. Carlstadt would probably have be

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    2. M'Clintock and Strong's Cycloped

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    Chapter 24 Sabbath-keepers in the S

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    and country:-- "The prince received

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    "He supposed the Jewish Sabbath not

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    ecollected himself and submitted to

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    time in Bohemia admits of no doubt.

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    of them about Tula, on the river Ku

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    as rejecting Christ, and it is cert

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    aptizing during a severe persecutio

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    of the seventh day as the Sabbath o

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    8. Eccl. Researches, chap. xvi. p.

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    Chapter 25 How and When Sunday Appr

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    church authority had ordained them

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    Christian Sabbath. The date of the

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    Scripture, long disused and neglect

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    seventh day should be kept holy unt

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    Such was the origin of the seventh-

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    apparently avoiding the charge of o

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    One sacred treasure which they all

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    adstruis, res est citra comnis dubi

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    the sixteenth century:-- "In the re

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    Jews."[3] John Trask began to speak

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    thus:-- "This she professed to do o

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    annuity of forty shillings a year;

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    Sabbath is now in force.' Mr. Brabo

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    the ancient writers."[16] The works

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    Brabourne, he wrote a book in defen

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    unshaken loyalty to the king forgot

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    Sabbath ought still to be kept."[29

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    guard. Mr. Utter continues this nar

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    something to obey the fourth comman

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    "If the seventh day ought to be obs

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    23. Hist. English Baptists, vol. i.

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    The first Sabbatarian church in Ame

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    church fellowship. Had the first-da

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    away." Mr. Luker and Mr. Clarke "ma

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    included in its organization eight

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    honest man, what he saw to be truth

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    embraced Judaism, in order to be al

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    honor of first bringing this great

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    Such was the fruit of their course,

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    The publishing interests of the Sev

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    interest in the subject of hygiene

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    Pennsylvania, Ohio, Michigan, India

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    They teach that the gifts of the Sp

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    seven days in each week, which is d

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    "Thou art worthy, O Lord, to receiv

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    of life, which bare twelve manner o

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    16. New York Independent, March 186

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