Some on Sunday, Some on Saturday
If there is room for doubt regarding any topic, then doubt will exist. Many Christians have questions about why the Church meets on Sundays instead of Saturdays. One argument for meeting on Saturday rather than Sunday is that the word “Sunday” comes from “the day of the sun,” and refers to the pagan worship of the sun god. However, since the word “Saturday” comes from “the day of Saturn” and refers to the worship of Saturn as a god, it is risky, at best, to base a doctrine on the root of English words!
Many other arguments exist for why Saturday is the only acceptable day to worship God. In this book most of those arguments are examined in the light of both the biblical and historical evidence to demonstrate that many people are drowning in a glass of water regarding the biblical teaching on rest. This book also exposes the strong emphasis that the New Testament places on the first day of the week, and what it says, or does not say, about the Sabbath. The New Testament’s declaration about this subject will surprise many readers.