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|Other titles||An answer to Seventh-day adventism.|
|Statement||by D.M. Canright.|
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|Pagination||262 p. :|
|Number of Pages||262|
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Neither the Romans nor the Greeks ever had a regular weekly day of rest from secular work. Neither did they have a regular weekly festival day. They did not have a regular day of the week on which they gathered for pagan worship. They did not have a regular day of the week on which they went to their temples to pray or make offerings. That text plainly tells us that the Lord’s Day is God’s holy Sabbath day, but it does not tell us which day of the week is the Sabbath day. Not only is the Lord’s Day God’s holy Sabbath day, but this day was given to mankind to be a sign of God’s people. Ezekiel
The introductory rite. The Christian can recognize the biblical nature of Catholic worship in the first prayer of the Mass, the sign of the language of the prayer comes directly from Matthew , where Jesus commands his apostles to go out into all nations and baptize them “in the name of the Father, the Son and the Holy Spirit.”. It is “the Lord’s Day,” believed to be Sunday when most Christians believe that Yeshua the Messiah (Jesus Christ) was resurrected from the dead. 1 Because of Yeshua resurrecting from the dead on this day, Christians assemble in worship, some to obey the Forth Commandment: “Remember the sabbath day, to keep it holy” (Exodus ‐
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Small. Neither the Romans nor the Greeks ever had a regular weekly day of rest from secular work. Neither did they have a regular weekly festival day.
They did not have a regular day of the week on which they gathered for pagan worship. They did not have a regular day of the week on which they went to their temples to pray or make offerings. Biblical use. The phrase the "Lord's Day" appears only once in the Bible in Revelation which was written near the end of the first is the English translation of the Koine Greek Kyriake adjective kyriake ("Lord's") often elided its noun, as in the neuter kyriakon for "Lord's [assembly]", the predecessor of the word "church"; the noun was to be supplied by context.
“But every Lord’s day gather yourselves together, and break bread, and give thanksgiving” (14, 1a). We note here the early use of the term “Lord’s day” for Sunday. Even though the first Christians gathered on Sundays to celebrate the Eucharist, at the beginning many of them continued to attend the synagogue on Saturdays as well.
This obedience must be genuine, that is, that heart, mouth, and deed coincide together. For there can be no true heart where neither mouth nor deed is visible. Christ’s life served as the model of a God-pleasing life.
“Let Christ Jesus with His Spirit and Word be your teacher and example, your way and your mirror. In Revelationthe Apostle John indicates that he was worshiping God in the Spirit “on the Lord’s Day.” This expression is very important because it is a word that is used in place of the term “Sunday.” Though it is only used in this reference one time in the New Testament, it becomes certain that John intends this as it is demonstrated by all of the Christians who write after.
The Lord's Day: Sabbath or Sunday. The earliest reference we have to the Lord's day, besides the vague comment made in the Book of Revelation (), is in the letter to the Magnesians written by Ignatius of Antioch in A.D. As Jesus was neither John the Baptist, Elijah, nor Jeremiah, so the churches of Christ are neither Catholic, Protestant, nor Jewish.
We are unique and different because we are endeavoring to go all the way back to the original New Testament church. Using the New Testament as our blueprint we have. D. M. Canright: The Lord’s Day – From Neither Catholics Nor Pagans D. M. Canright: Seventh-Day Adventism Renounced D. R. Dungan: The Sabbath or the Lord’s Day, Which?
G. W. Elliot and N. W. Kauble: A Debate on the Sabbath and Lord’s Day These books present a sound scriptural opposition against the 7th Day Adventist doctrine and their teaching relative to the “Lord’s Day” Vs.Here is a quote from the book The Canon Law of the Papal Throne: The greatest legacy of the Roman Empire to the modern world is the Civil Law.
The Lord's Day. From Neither Catholics nor Pagans. Fleming H. Revell Company, New York, Cox, Robert, The Literature of the Sabbath Question. (in 2 volumes), MacLachlan & Stewart, Edinburgh, To this day, Bishop Kogian’s The Armenian Church, has been neither translated, republished, nor made available to the general public (even for those who read Armenian).
Someday, however, this book will be recognized for what it is: a true defense of Armenian tradition, the Church founded by Our Blessed Lord, and another crown of which Armenia.