Questions about the Nature and Perpetuity of the Seventh-Day Sabbath;
and Proof,
that the First Day of the Week is the True Christian Sabbath


"The Son of man is lord also of the Sabbath day."
London: Printed for Nath, Ponder, at the Peacock in the Poultry, 1685

John Bunyan


 

Editor's Note  
To The Reader  
Question 1 Whether the seventh day sabbath is of, or made known to, man by the law and light of nature?
Question 2 Whether the seventh day sabbath, as to man's keeping of it holy, was ever made known to, or imposed by, a positive precept upon him until the time of Moses? which from Adam was about two thousand years.
Question 3 Whether, when the seventh day sabbath was given to Israel in the wilderness, the Gentiles, as such, was concerned therein.
Question 4 Whether the seventh day sabbath did not fall, as such, with the rest of the Jewish rites and ceremonies?
Or whether that day, as a sabbath, was afterwards by the apostles imposed upon the churches of the Gentiles?
Question 5 Since it is denied that the seventh day sabbath is moral, and it is found that it is not to abide as a sabbath for ever in the church,
What time is to be fixed on for New Testament saints to perform together, divine worship to God by Christ in?
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