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A RESPONSE TO THE FORMER POPE BENEDICT XVI's CALL FOR SUNDAY THE LORD'S DAY TO BE A DAY OF REST FOR THE FAMILY

A RESPONSE TO THE FORMER POPE BENEDICT XVI's CALL FOR SUNDAY THE LORD'S DAY TO BE A DAY OF REST FOR THE FAMILY

I agree with the former Pope Benedict XVI's call for the family to have a day of rest and an opportunity to strengthen family ties.  Albeit I have my reservations and doubts with it being associated with 'The Lord's Day', and that day officially being Sunday. 

The question is which day is the 'Lord's Day'?  The aim of this critical response is to establish from a Biblical perspective the basis for this argument.  It is my desire to present the information in an open and forthright manner, so that a correct Biblical explanation can be ascertained regarding this important topic. I intend to discuss Revelation 1:10 in the context of varied Biblical interpretations; and seek also to give a brief historical account of why Sunday is being acknowledged as the Lord's Day; to define key questions such as, 'how do we know which day is the Lord's Day?';  to state what is the purpose of the Lord's Day; and finally conclude by evaluating the evidence.

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Brighton Kavaloh

Brighton G. Kavaloh is a retired Seventh-day Adventist ordained Minister of Religion. He is the Founder and Director of Advent Religio-Legal Perspective.

1 comment

posted by Rodney sankhulani
Monday, 08 July 2013 13:21

Its not true,because God works in six day one seventhy day he rested so hw can u say its sunday why sunday its first day.