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Saturday or Sunday?


The bible scriptures are very clear when speaking about the Sabbath, but even so, religions all over the world worship on different days. What day is the day... and why?

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Rod Martin Jr (lone77star) says

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    Robert the Bruce 2 years ago

    Are you "Love," Lonestar? For anyone to claim that they have ceased from self concern is braggadocio at best and deceit at worst. No one can cease from all self concern. It's part of our survival instincts which we have evolved.

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askformore lm says

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    cjhunsinger 2 years ago

    askfor---Things are by definition and as for the three religions, each define the god differently and therefore, not the same god. The idea of a tree, does not make a pine and oak.

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cjhunsinger says

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    Robert the Bruce 2 years ago

    This is fascinating, CJ. I didn't know the early Christians worshipped on Saturday. Where would you recommend to start reading about the true early history of Christianity from a secular history source?


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Hendrika says

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Debra Allen (Lady Guinevere) says

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    Joseph O Polanco 2 years ago

    Yet this served as the basis for the Sabbath Law which the ancient Israelites - and only the ancient Israelites - observed.

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peachy (peachpurple) says

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Robert the Bruce says

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    askformore lm 2 years ago

    The Muslims care about the Jewish scriptures, they follow the same "storyline" until Abraham (All 3 religions share a lot). The Muslims even regard high respect for Jesus (whom the see as a prophet, and they call him Isah).


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