reply to post by Aleister
So my learned friend, you say Jesus celebrated the sabbath on something called "Satan's" day? That his mom did as well, and, let's see, Matthew
Mark Luke 'and John, and Peter Paul, and last but not least, Mary of Magdealene all said "Yay, it's Satan's day tomorrow" and celebrated and
honored Satan? Or are you talking about satin?
Golly! you have me saying all kind of things. Did M&M&L&J&P&P& last but not least M of M really all say, 'yay, its Satan's day tomorrow'?
If they were referring to Saturday then yes they were but to be honest I don't see why they would so I strongly suspect that you have arrived at a
misunderstanding, not as to what I said but as to what M&M& company were getting up to two thousand years ago.
You know, I wouldn't be surprised if Jesus didn't purposely celebrate Sabath on a Saturday in defiance of Satan , kind of a spit in the face. I can
easily imagine Jesus doing that. But don't be fooled, my equally learned friend, Sunday is the seventh day of the week, God's own day.