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Which Day is the 7th Day Sabbath?

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posted on Mar, 6 2018 @ 05:48 PM
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Which day is the 7th Day Sabbath of the Scriptures? This is a very brief video, but in short, the 7th Day is from Friday Sunset to Saturday Sunset. The Sabbath mostly corresponds with "Saturday". Sunday, which is commonly called, "The Lord's Day" was called "the Lord's Day" was Pagans before Christians even started keeping Sunday. When Constantine enforced Sunday Laws in 321 AD, he did not do it in the name of Jesus, neither did he make any reference to the fourth commandment. Rather, he enforced these laws in the name of the sun. Christians slowly transitioned from the 7th Day, to the first day of the week. This is actually recorded in history. And yet, even still, we can find people keeping the 7th Day holy throughout history.


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posted on Mar, 6 2018 @ 06:06 PM
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a reply to: ScatteredThirdAngel
The early Christians celebrated the day when Jesus was raised from the dead- "The Lord's day." Since it came after the seventh day, they called it "the eighth day of Creation" (which is why the number "eight" is applied to Jesus several times in the New Testament).

Justin Martyr, one of the very earliest Christian writers, published "The Dialogue with Trypho", in which he argues the Christian case against a Jewish spokesman. In this book, he acknowledges that the Christians do not observe the Jewish Sabbath, and justifies the failure. It must have been one of the many features of Jewish practice which the Gentile converts did not bother to pick up.

So the two key points are;
The early church did not observe Saturday.
The early church did celebrate Sunday.



The later transfer of the label "sabbath" from Saturday to Sunday was a verbal inaccuracy, but the point is not very important.




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posted on Mar, 6 2018 @ 06:31 PM
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Saturday



posted on Mar, 6 2018 @ 06:33 PM
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originally posted by: DISRAELI
a reply to: ScatteredThirdAngel
The early Christians celebrated the day when Jesus was raised from the dead- "The Lord's day." Since it came after the seventh day, they called it "the eighth day of Creation" (which is why the number "eight" is applied to Jesus several times in the New Testament).

Justin Martyr, one of the very earliest Christian writers, published "The Dialogue with Trypho", in which he argues the Christian case against a Jewish spokesman. In this book, he acknowledges that the Christians do not observe the Jewish Sabbath, and justifies the failure. It must have been one of the many features of Jewish practice which the Gentile converts did not bother to pick up.

So the two key points are;
The early church did not observe Saturday.
The early church did celebrate Sunday.



The later transfer of the label "sabbath" from Saturday to Sunday was a verbal inaccuracy, but the point is not very important.




Jesus was a Jew .



posted on Mar, 6 2018 @ 06:36 PM
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Thursday. It's gotta be Thursday. Thor's Day. Thor throws his hammer and it comes back, hence the millennia old tradition of Throw Back Thursday.
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posted on Mar, 6 2018 @ 06:45 PM
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What day is actually Saturday? Do you think anyone's really been able to keep track of it? LOL



posted on Mar, 6 2018 @ 06:51 PM
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originally posted by: Deplorable
What day is actually Saturday? Do you think anyone's really been able to keep track of it? LOL

Yes . The Jews have been keeping track of it for thousands of years . Literally .



posted on Mar, 6 2018 @ 06:52 PM
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a reply to: ScatteredThirdAngel

It is said a thousands years to us is a day for god. Maybe the past 7 thousand years was a time for work; great pyramids, cities. It was all done pretty much by hand & long treaturous labor days. Maybe that is why we don't have much history about before then. Now we have so many tools we don't have as hard of work. These next thousand years will be our rest day, people chill on fones,computers,gaming consoles,tvs, etc. We have it easy compared to our ancestors & we haven't created as much as we could cause' god says it's chill time. Much easier to text on a computer than write on paper or send a messenger on a horse to deliver mail lol



posted on Mar, 6 2018 @ 06:56 PM
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Monday = Moon's day
Tuesday = Tyr's day
Wednesday = Woden's day
Thursday = Thor's day
Friday = Frigga's day (Wife of Odin)
Saturday = Saturn's day
Sunday = Sun's day

www.crowl.org...



posted on Mar, 6 2018 @ 07:05 PM
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a reply to: ScatteredThirdAngel

Just one of the laws jesus said could be discarded.

Which is why Jews don’t believe in Christianity..


The OT repeatedly states “obey my laws”, “if anyone tells you you no longer must obey my laws. Don’t listen, obey my laws”..

Then jesus comes along and says “hey guys . I’m changing the laws.”



posted on Mar, 6 2018 @ 07:57 PM
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a reply to: JoshuaCox

God is time. The Bible talks about nature & science. The Bible pretty much said, every action has an equal & opposite reaction, like 'god punishing', way before that became a fundamental for science. Many other scientific breakthroughs were in the Bible already, like the leaning tower of pizza experiment, they already knew that. Nature takes it's course is what gods punishment is they meant.



posted on Mar, 6 2018 @ 08:37 PM
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originally posted by: TREESNAKE1111

originally posted by: Deplorable
What day is actually Saturday? Do you think anyone's really been able to keep track of it? LOL

Yes . The Jews have been keeping track of it for thousands of years . Literally .

For four-and-a-half billion years? Or 16 billion years?

I don't think so. LOL Jews (no offense) weren't around back then. None of us were.



posted on Mar, 6 2018 @ 09:02 PM
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That would be the day after the sixth and the day before the first.



posted on Mar, 6 2018 @ 09:07 PM
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a reply to: SatansPride

what in the world are you on about?

"Many other scientific breakthroughs were in the Bible already, like the leaning tower of pizza experiment, they already knew that"

that may be the single most hillarious thing Ive ever read on ATS. Scientific break through?



posted on Mar, 6 2018 @ 09:27 PM
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originally posted by: JoshuaCox
a reply to: ScatteredThirdAngel

Just one of the laws jesus said could be discarded.

Which is why Jews don’t believe in Christianity..


The OT repeatedly states “obey my laws”, “if anyone tells you you no longer must obey my laws. Don’t listen, obey my laws”..

Then jesus comes along and says “hey guys . I’m changing the laws.”




Every day is the sabath for christians.

originally posted by: JoshuaCox
Then jesus comes along and says “hey guys . I’m changing the laws.”


Not exactly, Jesus said "I have a new covenant for those who choose me"
We are under the New covenant, the old laws still stand for those not in Christs covenant

Sorry to be picky but I think its important.





posted on Mar, 6 2018 @ 09:55 PM
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originally posted by: BlueJacket
a reply to: SatansPride

what in the world are you on about?

"Many other scientific breakthroughs were in the Bible already, like the leaning tower of pizza experiment, they already knew that"

that may be the single most hillarious thing Ive ever read on ATS. Scientific break through?


en.wikipedia.org...



posted on Mar, 6 2018 @ 11:07 PM
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originally posted by: TREESNAKE1111

originally posted by: DISRAELI
a reply to: ScatteredThirdAngel
The early Christians celebrated the day when Jesus was raised from the dead- "The Lord's day." Since it came after the seventh day, they called it "the eighth day of Creation" (which is why the number "eight" is applied to Jesus several times in the New Testament).

Justin Martyr, one of the very earliest Christian writers, published "The Dialogue with Trypho", in which he argues the Christian case against a Jewish spokesman. In this book, he acknowledges that the Christians do not observe the Jewish Sabbath, and justifies the failure. It must have been one of the many features of Jewish practice which the Gentile converts did not bother to pick up.

So the two key points are;
The early church did not observe Saturday.
The early church did celebrate Sunday.

The later transfer of the label "sabbath" from Saturday to Sunday was a verbal inaccuracy, but the point is not very important.


Jesus was a Jew .


And Adam was a.... ?




posted on Mar, 7 2018 @ 01:52 AM
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a reply to: ScatteredThirdAngel


On the Biblical lunar-solar calendar, each lunation (or lunar month) always begins with a New Moon day, which is in a class of worship day all by itself. Six work days follow on the second through seventh of the month. The seventh-day Sabbath always falls on the 8th, the 15th, the 22nd and the 29th of every lunar month.
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Jews and the Sabbath

While it is true that the Jews today worship on a Saturday sabbath, this does not prove that it is the true Sabbath. They did not always worship on the Saturday sabbath. Jewish scholars are very clear that the original method of calendation was different from the modern calendar and that under intense persecution during the fourth century A.D., the Jews gave up their original lunar-solar calendar.

"Declaring the new month by observation of the new moon, and the new year by the arrival of spring, can only be done by the Sanhedrin. In the time of Hillell II [4th century C.E.], the last President of the Sanhedrin, the Romans prohibited this practice. Hillel II was therefore forced to institute his fixed calendar, thus in effect giving the Sanhedrin's advance approval to the calendars of all future years." ("The Jewish Calendar and Holidays (incl. Sabbath)": The Jewish Calendar; Changing the Calendar, www.torah.org, emphasis supplied.)

"The New Moon is still, and the Sabbath originally was, dependent upon the lunar cycle." (Universal Jewish Encyclopedia, p. 410)

Once the ancient lunar-solar calendar had been set aside, knowledge of the true Sabbath was lost with the acceptance of the pagan Julian calendar
The Lunar Sabbath

Old time Judea had special people declaring the New Moon and determining holy days. The old time Etruscans and Romans (with their 8 day weeks) had pontiffs and such determining holy days.

Roman dates were counted inclusively forward to the next of three principal days: the first of the month (the kalends), a day less than the middle of the month (the ides), and eight days—nine, counting inclusively—before this (the nones). The original calendar consisted of 10 months beginning in spring with March; winter was left as an unassigned span of days. These months ran for 38 nundinal cycles, each forming a kind of eight (i.e., "nine") day week ended by religious rituals and a public market. The winter period was then used to create January and February. The legendary early kings Romulus and Numa were traditionally credited with establishing this early fixed calendar, which bears traces of its origin as an observational lunar one. In particular, the kalends, nones, and ides seem to have derived from the first sighting of the crescent moon, the first-quarter moon, and the full moon respectively. The system ran well short of the solar year, and it needed constant intercalation to keep religious festivals and other activities in their proper seasons. For superstitious reasons, such intercalation occurred within the month of February even after it was no longer considered the last month.

After the establishment of the Roman Republic, years began to be dated by consulships and control over intercalation was granted to the pontifices, who eventually abused their power by lengthening years controlled by their political allies and shortening the years in their rivals' terms of office. Having won his war with Pompey, Caesar used his position as Rome's chief pontiff to enact a calendar reform in 46 BC,
Roman calendar

Sorry. Having spent so much time quoting stuff, I forgot what comments I intended to make. Something about eight day weeks and market days.
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posted on Mar, 7 2018 @ 01:56 AM
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originally posted by: TREESNAKE1111
Jesus was a Jew .

Indeed. And as a Jew, he followed many Jewish observances which the Gentile church did not pick up. So the point is not relevant to the question of Christian practice.



posted on Mar, 7 2018 @ 06:32 AM
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a reply to: BlueJacket

Most of our experiments came from older versions of that experiment. They had forehand knowledge of all science before 4 thousand BC. That's a lot of knowledge that was erased from history. If you read the bible, you will see many scientific experiments done & the law of nature at it's best. Just got to see past our hublah words, words & metaphors have changed dramatically. We use horsepower to describe how big a car's engine is lol, sure they didn't have that sense of humor. Like a thousand chariots marching across the sky the bible said, now that's horse power.
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