The Sabbath in the Old Testament and the Intertestamental Period: Implications for Christians in the Twenty-First Century (Review and Herald Academic)
From the opening lines of the Hebrew Bible to the last book of the canon of the Christian church, the Sabbath features prominently as a time of rest, fellowship for believers, and particularly worship of God, reminding humanity of His work of creation and redemption and touching on other important themes of Scripture.
Editors: Daniel Bediako and Ekkehardt Mueller
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