Sunday or Sabbath?
Sometimes things are different from what they seem to be at first glance. There are, for example, optical illusions. A book of adventure stories reports that certain areas in a desert were marked by poles so that travelers and caravans would not get lost. However, there were also so-called pole men who displaced the poles.…Read More
The Sabbath and the Magisterial Reformers
This article examines the understanding of the Sabbath of the magisterial Reformers (Luther, Calvin, and Zwingli) in order to clarify their arguments and reveal theological trends. The topic is developed in chronological order.Read More
How to Keep the Sabbath Holy?Read More
Weekly Sabbath or Lunar Sabbath: Are Adventists Keeping the Wrong Sabbath?
Jews, Seventh-day Adventists, and other Sabbath-keeping groups keep the Sabbath every seventh day in accordance with the creation account in Genesis 1:1-2:3 and the fourth commandment in Exodus 20:9-11. In the last few years, a number of individuals among Messianic Jews and Seventh-day Adventists have started to promote the Lunar Sabbath Theory.Read More
Saturday Night or Sunday Morning?
Does Acts 20:7 indicate that early Christians met for worship on the first day of the week?Read More
The Sabbath Commandment in Deuteronomy 5:12–15
The two different forms of the Sabbath commandment in Exodus 20 and Deuteronomy 5 are complimentary, upholding the sanctity of the Sabbath and providing a powerful theological message.Read More
Keeping the Sabbath in Ancient Israel
Did all the Israelites come to the temple during the Sabbath to worship the Lord? The short answer to your question is “no.” Perhaps the next question is: what then did the Israelites do for worship during the Sabbath? The question is difficult to answer, and this has led some to conclude that the Sabbath…Read More
Prophets in Conflict: Issues in Authority
George Knight’s latest book is Prophets in Conflict: Issues in Authority. In “A Word to the Reader” at the start of the book, he says, “In 2017, I published Adventist Authority Wars, Ordination, and the Ro- man Catholic Temptation.Read More
Lessons from Matthew 12
Matthew 12, through miraculous healings and several scenes of conflict, brings to the forefront the issue of Jesus’ identity as the messianic “son of David.”Read More