Searching the Scriptures with Watchman Alexander

Searching the Scriptures with Watchman Alexander

The hour is late and there's no time to waste; now is when we prepare for the return of the king. Join me, the prophecy buff who tackles the tough stuff, for deep Bible study from an independent, Hebraic perspective.... Show More
July 22, 2018

Did the Sabbath change from the seventh day to the first day of each week? The vast majority of professing Christians say that it has. But as anyone who reads the Bible knows, the majority is often wrong.

In the first installment of this miniseries about the Day of Rest, I talked about the Sabbath being a permanent sign for the people of Adonai. There are no biblical passages whatsoever—zip, zero, zilch—which indicate a change in one of the Ten Commandments.


In installment number two, I unpack the Bible verses which detractors leverage to fool the unstudied into believing that the Sabbath has been either abolished or altered. You'll learn that none of these verses, taken in proper context, say what Christian teachers claim that they say. I finish the episode by offering quotes from the people who claim to have officially altered God's sacred day.

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