Articles for the Month
Keeping the Sabbath Holy
Ronald L. Dart discusses what it means to "keep the Sabbath."
What should a person do on the Sabbath? What
should a person NOT do on the Sabbath? What about emergencies? What if you have
unexpected guests? The Sabbath is indeed a holy day, and worshiping God
properly requires a right view of His day.
Roman Catholic and Protestant Confessions about
The vast majority of Christian
churches today teach the observance of Sunday, the first day of the week, as a
time for rest and worship. Yet it is generally known and freely admitted that
the early Christians observed the seventh day as the Sabbath. How did this
change come about? History reveals that it was decades after the death of the
apostles that a politico-religious system repudiated the Sabbath of Scripture
and substituted the observance of the first day of the week. This article has
quotations, from Roman Catholic and Protestants sources, who freely acknowledge
that there is no Biblical authority for the observance of Sunday, that it was
the Roman Church that changed the Sabbath to the first day of the week.
Eyes to See
Ronald L. Dart discusses the awesome make-up
of the human eye
and the Great God who made it.
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Are We Living in the Last Days?
Everyone has their own ideas about the "end of the world" and what it
will be like. There are many variations on the theme, but there are assumptions
that need correcting.
L. Dart explores four major assumptions in regards to the
"end of the world".
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the Last Days?"