Catholic teachings on the Sabbath, Sunday, and Protestantism

  A collection of Roman Catholic papers on the biblical Sabbath

A collection of Roman Catholic papers on the biblical Sabbath

 

What day do Catholic scholars teach is the biblical Sabbath: Saturday or Sunday? Many may be surprised by the answer. This sermon primarily based on Catholic writings and the Bible. Both of which confirm the same day as the biblical Sabbath. The Catholic sources go over issues from the Protestant Reformation in the 1500s to present. They further discuss whether they or the Protestants rely on scripture alone or tradition and scripture. Dr. Thiel goes over New Testament scriptures on that and the Sabbath. The Catholic sources, like 'The Catholic Mirror," also mention the Seventh-day Adventists, but did not mention the Church of God. Is the Saturday Sabbath something restored by the Seventh-day Adventists or has it been kept by the Church of God since Acts 2? Is Sunday the 'day of the Lord' or does that have to do with events in the Book of Revelation? These and other issues are addressed.

Two written items of related interest are "The Christian Sabbath" from Roman Catholics (URL: http://cogwriter.com/Christian-Sabbat...) and "The Sabbath in the Early Church and Abroad" (URL: http://www.cogwriter.com/sabbath.htm)

 

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