The Sabbath and the Bible


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Sabbath Condordance: An attempt has been made to chronologically list and quote every text – from Genesis to Revelation – where the word “sabbath” appears in the Bible. Many other “Covenant” texts are also included. This ‘Concordance’ format and an extensive scripture Index makes fingertip research and review of all Sabbath Scriptures fast and easy. Thus this book is a most helpful tool in assisting the study of all the “truth” about keeping the “sabbath day” (and the “Old Covenant”) by fully disclosing what the “Sabbath” was, when it was first commanded to be kept, who was commanded to keep it, why it was to be kept, how it was to be kept and whether it was included as a mandatory observance in Christ’s New Testament. Sabbath Commentary: Standard “Sabbatarian” interpretations and assertions relating to all these Sabbath texts are presented after each text; and then point by point scriptural analysis, answers and necessary refutations from the Bible and other non-Sabbatarian books, commentaries and debates are presented. This makes this book into a veritable library and helpful tool in discussing or debating this issue. When you add all the other good points and discussions on other related issues that are included in this book – like which “Covenant” (Old or New Testament) is binding upon the church? which day of the week is “the Lord’s day?” legalism or liberty? – “Sabbatarian Concordance and Commentary” is an important addition to any religious library.


  • Retail Price: $7.95
  • Author: Gerald N. Wright
  • Publisher: Sunset Institute Press
  • Published: 1997, 2001
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 0-933672-35-7
  • Book Size: 167 Pages
  • Paperback
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