Sunday, 17 February 2013

Lord's Day or Sabbath in The New Testament - E E Cleveland

Most Christians believe that the Sabbath or Lord's day was changed from Saturday to Sunday in the New Testament. They say that the Christian church decided to change the day of worship to Sunday in remembrance of the resurrection of Christ. In the video below, E E Cleveland goes through the various verses in the New Testament that mention Sunday to see if there is any evidence that the Christian church during the time of the apostles had decided to change the day of worship from Saturday to Sunday.

While this issue may seem to be a simple issue to some, it is not because Christ warned against the danger of following traditions of men rather than the commandments of God. Christ said in Matthew 15:9 "But in vain they do worship me, teaching [for] doctrines the commandments of men." If there is no evidence for the change then millions might be worshiping God in vain by teaching for doctrines the commandments of men.

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