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

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who with a high hand sinned and reproached the Lord. Verse 30." - The Lord’s Day, pp. 31, 32. 10. See the second chapter of this work. 11. See chapter third. 132

Chapter 7 The Feasts, New Moons and Sabbaths of the Hebrews Enumeration of the Hebrew festivals -- The Passover -- The Pentecost -- The feast of tabernacles -- The new moons -- The first and second annual Sabbaths -- The third -- The fourth - - The fifth -- The sixth and seventh -- The Sabbath of the land -- The jubilee -- None of these festivals in force until the Hebrews entered their own land -- The contrast between the Sabbath of the Lord and the Sabbaths of the Hebrews -- Testimony of Isaiah -- Of Hosea -- Of Jeremiah -- Final cessation of these festivals We have followed the Sabbath of the Lord through the books of Moses. A brief survey of the Jewish festivals is necessary to the complete view of the subject before us. Of these there were three feasts: the Passover, the Pentecost, and the feast of tabernacles; each new moon, that is, the first day of 133

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    his uprightness, it must have been

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    which it has usurped the place of t

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    Chapter 1 The Creation Time and ete

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    On the second day of time "God said

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    kind, and everything that creepeth

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    abbis, who are legitimate judges in

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    Chapter 2 The Institution of the Sa

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    The blessing and sanctification of

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    of these days a name which indicate

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    etc. This sanctification or appoint

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    The declaration, "God blessed the s

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    holy use. And in the commandment it

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    the heavens be no more, they shall

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    seventh day because he had rested u

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    We have seen the Sabbath ordained o

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    that he should "remember the Sabbat

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    his intelligent creatures. When the

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    whole moral law is given. The recor

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    yet the observance of the other and

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    It was therefore not difficult for

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    and sanctified it. Gen. 2:3. Moses

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    8. Dr. Twisse illustrates the absur

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    Chapter 3 The Sabbath Committed to

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    (Gen. 2-6; Heb. 11:4-7; 1 Pet. 3:20

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    the knowledge of divine truth and t

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    hadst formed the earth and the worl

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    did mete it with an omer, he that g

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    people, of their own accord, had ga

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    day." (Lev. 23:3; Mark 1:21; Luke 4

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    and we are told why it was such a s

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    Sabbath; 2. When he brought the peo

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    Ex.16, which is supposed to give th

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    Chapter 4 The Fourth Commandment Th

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    giving of the law, and the service

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    holy use, at the close of the first

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    Creator rested, and upon which he p

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    commandment. And mark the expressio

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    3. He who created the world on the

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    Chapter 5 The Sabbath Written by th

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    Yet were some martyred after this f

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    eason of the opposition the Jews wo

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    Sabbath to walk on green grass, for

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    frauds by which Sunday is shown to

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    as the close of the Seventy weeks I

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    in their synagogues, being glorifie

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    that were possessed with devils. An

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    2. That the question raised by the

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    this reference to the priests, had

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    God. There must be a time when thes

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    concerning the Sabbath. He carefull

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    have one sheep, and if it fall into

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    Sir, I have no man, when the water

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    hitherto lightly esteemed the Sabba

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    from the same point, else the examp

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    "I must work the works of him that

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    the glorious things that were done

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    MERCIFUL institution, and to rid it

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    the city of Jerusalem with an army,

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    for life. And pitiable indeed was t

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    "He pitched his camp at a certain p

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    therefore, that whether in city or

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    man thereof judge you in meat, or i

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    1. The Sabbath of the Lord was made

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    2:8-12; Matt. 5:17-19; Rom. 3:19, 3

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    terms. At this point of time it is

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    In these texts the foundation of th

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    sat at meat, and upbraided them wit

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    day of the week and blessed and hal

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    authority of the texts already quot

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    substantial frame-work than enters

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    The conclusion to which these facts

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    Son of God for sinful men may be sa

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    never authorized such an act. But a

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    day of the week, which he has never

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    slightest evidence that that day or

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    1. See, on this point, the conclusi

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    this day? What a false-hearted prof

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    was not, as to change the rest-day

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    or advanceth the work of redemption

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    Gentiles began with Sabbath-keepers

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    and foreigners, but fellow-citizens

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    2. The death of the Redeemer for th

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    great central point in the work of

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    the law of God in the heart of each

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    which we may conclude that man in h

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    Gentiles, and the opening events of

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    "For they that dwell at Jerusalem,

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    y other texts. Several years after

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    in the books of Moses, and the firs

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    strongly attests the Sabbath as the

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    esides the few Jews who received th

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    Sabbath-keeping church of Thessalon

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    as I have given order to the church

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    "[6] The Douay Bible reads: "Let ev

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    Sabbath. Yet Paul omits all titles

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    this day had become the Christian S

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    follows the important consequence t

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    own master he standeth or falleth.

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    1John 3:4, 5) 3. Because that Paul

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    of David, "All things are put under

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    testimony of Jesus Christ. I was in

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    proving beyond all doubt that that

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    examined, is found to have no such

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    from doing thy pleasure on MY HOLY

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    7. Sabbath Manual of the American T

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    elative to redemption as an argumen

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    they had regarded with superstitiou

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    truth, but that it was left out of

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    The book of Acts is an inspired his

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    who taught otherwise were of that c

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    its origin, it can never cease to b

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    forward and new modeled the cause."

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    portion of the people of God were s

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    passes over the line which separate

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    challenge them as its abettors. In

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    tradition, and show the amount of r

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    It is certain that the first-day Sa

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    is it decreed that the observation

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    Chapter 13 The Sunday-Lord’s Day

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    But next to the deception under whi

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    and is absolutely decisive. But thi

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    instances of its mention in the Bib

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    name, for it was not such. But if t

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    epistle of Pliny, A.D. 104, in conn

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    were tested by the question whether

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    Having carefully and minutely exami

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    "To-day we have passed the Lord's h

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    But Dionysius does not merely use t

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    Christians keeps the Sabbath, medit

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    John's vision upon Patmos, A.D. 96;

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    and genial spot, and the locality o

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    this duty in the gospel sense:-- "H

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    uses the term Lord’s Day. He defi

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    those heathen of whom he now writes

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    apostolic than is the sign of the c

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    name for the so-called eighth day.

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    Paul."[24] If the Sunday-Lord’s D

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    this History, a general statement o

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    25. Socrates's Eccl. Hist., book v.

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    curious interest to determine which

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    eferring to the first day of the we

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    Thus he says:-- "The epistle of Bar

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    "The letter still extant, which was

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    the testimony of some unknown write

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    themselves by a solemn oath, not fo

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    day, as that it was the first day;

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    genuine, do not include in their nu

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    A.D. 115. Of the eight epistles asc

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    scholars. Thus he presents the orig

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    "If therefore they who were well ve

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    spoke on this subject as a doctor o

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    statement is taken. In proof of thi

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    Texts commonly adduced from the New

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    Chapter 15 Examination of a Famous

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    would not recant, they must be put

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    not once occur; nor any equivalent

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    quite similar in most respects to G

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    "It thus appearing that the referen

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    testify relative to the character o

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    many years, the followers of Christ

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    to say this in so many words. Domvi

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    eplied that he was a Christian, and

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    words as follows: "By the words Col

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    sacrament of the Lord's supper, con

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    itself a substantive, neuter as app

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    Those who raise this point betray t

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    flagrantis persecutionis etiam temp

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    The festival of Sunday is more anci

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    Sunday, and appropriated the next d

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    ecause opportunity and common exped

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    church began to apostatize from God

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    the Christians held their assemblie

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    "It is also probable that Friday, t

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    moderns, and we shall find no Lord

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    a voluntary observance. Thus he add

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    human ordinance; water being now as

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    honor of the impostor Simon Magus.

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    It was because of your iniquities,

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    "I have carefully searched through

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    an interpolated passage from an epi

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    ishop of Rome, in the year 196,[34]

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    Council of Nice was induced to deci

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    honorable than the seventh, and els

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    Tertullian pleads no divine command

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    festival in honor of the sun, and t

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    "The western church began to fast o

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    3. Antiquities, p. 68. 4. Jewish An

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    35. History of the Popes, vol. i. p

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    Rome; or rather that Peter was the

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    day observance any divine authority

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    annually; you have a festive day ev

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    y some in the list. It is certain t

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    assembling was "to hear the saving

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    eader judge whether we have correct

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    the Scriptures. The next father wil

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    sacrament was given beforehand in s

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    "Looking forward to this, the proph

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    modern first-day writers. Or had th

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    "Similarly, too, in the period of P

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    festival of Sunday, in the judgment

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    harmony with the facts already addu

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    Sabbath. We shall also find that Cl

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    world shall endure in its present s

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    to keep in the present state of wic

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    "Do you see that the elements are n

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    Such were Justin's reasons for reje

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    the fact that when the Kingdom of G

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    not do their own work, but God's, w

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    Notes: 1. Epistle of Barnabas, chap

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    39. Apostolical Constitutions, book

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    Chapter 18 The Sabbath in the Recor

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    "For God at the first, indeed, warn

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    ules of our regenerate life," that

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    RETURN to those virtuous manners wh

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    "And he says in another place, 'If

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    during the duration of the world, a

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    made up rest from our works, for th

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    unknown in Tertullian's time. Had i

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    ETERNAL and NATURAL ACTS OF RIGHTEO

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    in six days."[28] This language has

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    the eighth, but the seventh, that i

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    seventh day, but the sixth, and Sun

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    The act of standing in prayer was o

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    methods of observing one day. The J

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    this was that they contented themse

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    centuries, especially those residen

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    Provider, the Law-giver, the Cause

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    of right, and that the Sabbath of t

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    Spirit, which acts in themselves co

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    4. Id. BOOK III. CHAP IX. 5. Id. Ib

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    ecclesiam convenias, lectionibus di

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    Chapter 19 The Sabbath and First-da

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    in the Christian church has been al

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    the Jewish festivals, the Gentile C

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    Down even to the fifth century the

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    "The observance of the Lord’s Day

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    the third, is sufficiently attested

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    enlisted under the banner of Christ

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    "In this way [that is, by presentin

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    etween the rival institutions, the

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    "The first day of the week, which w

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    abstaining from common business; no

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    indubitable proof that this law was

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    On the seventh day of March, Consta

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    day of the sun. Thus Gibbon testifi

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    current of opinion, he declared him

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    Origen, Cyprian, Anatolius, Commodi

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    "Thus do we see upon what grounds t

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    "And in the following times, when a

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    themselves that the ignorant rustic

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    Constantine. This fact should not b

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    But now we come to a fact of remark

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    civil law, given to Sunday a Sabbat

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    The persons here referred to as the

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    of this century, was evidently gain

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    observance to become with many only

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    inferior to them in good qualities.

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    unto his worldly business on the Lo

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    Christians had to say for themselve

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    and generally since taken up in the

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    Sabbath of every week, yet the Chri

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    Notes: 1. Dialogues on the Lord’s

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    festival of Sunday, what the fourth

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    published by R. Groombridge & Sons,

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    61. Sunday a Sabbath, p. 163. 1640.

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    and commanded to keep Sunday -- Fir

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    their history for the present, let

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    It should be observed, however, tha

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    great infirmity. And because they,

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    neglect and slight the Lord’s Day

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    shame.' "[14] In the conclusion of

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    Agatho there sat the twelfth counci

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    with due veneration, and wholly dev

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    according to Morer, "They entreated

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    estored to its honor, and for the c

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    "Where it was ordered more precisel

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    ead:-- A.D.876. "Alfred the Great,

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    A.D.967. King Edgar "commanded that

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    still more strict. Morer informs us

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    "Of him it is reported that he had

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    Flaye, returned to England, and pre

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    ain I will rain upon you stones, an

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    will I send against you still worse

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    commissioned to bring it into Engla

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    III. who filled the office of pope

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    would pay due reverence to the Lord

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    it under the ashes, after the ninth

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    observance. "It shows," as Morer qu

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    Edmund de Abendon archbishop of Can

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    obstinate and speak or act against

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    which has supplanted it:-- A.D.1584

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    14. Historical and Practical Discou

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    39. Hist. Sab. part ii, chap. v, se

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    56. See page 274 of this work. 57.

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    who were not in the communion of th

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    the communion of the church of Rome

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    into England.[5] "The people in the

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    and on Saturday the ninth of June s

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    Among the dissenters from the Romis

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    Jortin dates their withdrawal into

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    countries of Europe, Benedict thus

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    "They can say a great part of the O

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    Sylvester. . . . They hold that non

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    they distinguished themselves from

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    follows:-- "Insabbatati [they were

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    that this statement is founded in e

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    different Sabbath from the Catholic

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    speak of the observance of the seve

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    Another class of witnesses to the t

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    his first book against heretics, wh

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    distinctive as beautiful."[47] - Mo

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    e kept in mind whenever we read of

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    these heretics he places the Petrob

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    learned men of the East had put for

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    there is no evidence that any of th

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    "They which maintain the Saturday S

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    the perfect rule of the Christian f

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    Peter, and the sovereign of the wor

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    sight of by it. The Catholics of Eu

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    western world for a thousand years,

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    author has just spoken. The history

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    monks, to attach them to her commun

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    service on Saturdays, eat flesh, an

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    16. Edward's Hist. of Redemption, p

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    35. Jones's Church History, vol. ii

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    62. The Rise, Spring. and Foundatio

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    Chapter 22 Position of the Reformer

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    local saints which some particular

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    "If we would have the Lord's day so

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    proves conclusively that he did not

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    week. What does he say of the break

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    one's ability might enable -- that

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    found him enjoying the recreation o

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    John Barclay,[28] a learned man of

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    should come once in seven days, eve

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    That church now holds Sunday to be

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    impropriety of making them the stan

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    18. Calvin's Commentary on Acts 20:

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    38. Hessey p. 203. 39. Dr. Priestly

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    the Anabaptists -- Why Carlstadt ha

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    and Carlstadt on this very subject.

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    the Spirit was sufficient, there wa

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    [Carlstadt] rejected the practice o

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    egard to the ceremonies introduced

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    and Luther, and that which most emb

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    Carlstadt, for maintaining the doct

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    "For three centuries, Carlstadt's m

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    ut also most OUTRAGEOUS of his cont

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    " 'He was well acquainted,' says Dr

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    The various historians who treat of

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    the body and blood of Christ, and a

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    20. Id. book x. p. 315. 21. Hist. R

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    And we have not the word of God for

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    great number of ministers, and a mu

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    lamed" for the death of Davidis, "b

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    Genoldists."[10] Sabbath-keepers, a

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    speak of those who turn from the fi

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    "A Jew named Horie preached a mixtu

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    Passaginians.[17] Is there any reas

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    een instituted by popes, cardinals,

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    denomination in that kingdom."[26]

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    Oxford, 1835. 24. I know of no exce

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    portent -- none of these, nor all o

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    liberty to the church of the New Te

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    esponse, and the result was a most

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    Puritans fell in with this doctrine

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    and of the Gentiles, of the law and

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    eye-witness, Dr. Heylyn:-- "For by

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    "It is not possible, indeed, if tra

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    conclude this work. Notes: 1. Hengs

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    Chapter 26 English Sabbath-keepers

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    day, and the right use of the same.

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    "For 'making of conventicles and fa

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    her long imprisonment, Pagitt says

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    this day obligeth Christians under

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    Sabbatarian questions) in the old a

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    "Because an indefinite time must ei

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    Sabbath of the Lord."[21] In 1671,

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    "When he resided in London he forme

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    Ilchester jail.[31] About the time

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    idicule. At the scaffold, on the da

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    persecution was that of their great

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    8. Pagitt's Heresiography, p. 209.

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    Chapter 27 The Sabbath in America T

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    Mr. Mumford, on his arrival, went e

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    of the church," they "found themsel

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    1671."[7] "On the 23rd of December,

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    The American Sabbath Tract Society

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    State. They originated in 1728 from

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    The Sabbath was first introduced to

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    Sabbath reform. But both of them, w

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    about this time to interest many Ad

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    Adventist Publishing Association. T

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    settlement is instituted each year

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    families scattered all the way from

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    They have had perils from open foes

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    earth. The importance of the Sabbat

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    High is again and for the last time

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    4. Seventh-day Baptist Memorial, vo

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    Maine. This article was reprinted i

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    Schrevelius, and Greenfield. 907

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