Who Changed the Sabbath to Sunday? ( View as PDF ) ( EPUB )
There can be no doubt that Christ, His disciples, and the first-century Christians kept Saturday, the seventh-day Sabbath. Yet, today, most of the Christian professing world keeps Sunday, the first day of the week, calling it the Sabbath. Who made this change, and how did it occur?
Sunday, Saturday - What Difference Does It Make? ( View as PDF ) ( EPUB )
Some Christians observe Saturday as the Sabbath, while others, the majority, observe Sunday, claiming it is the “Lord's Day.” But does it really matter which day one keeps? Can we know for sure which day is the seventh day? Is there any evidence that the weekly cycle has continued intact throughout all these centuries?
Many professing Christians believe the apostolic church rejected the Sabbath and festivals of the Old Testament and adopted new customs to distinguish themselves from the Jews. But is this true? What does the Bible say about early Christian practice?