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Should Christians Keep the Sabbath?

A Refutation of Seventh Day Adventism and the Hebrew Roots Movement
Narrated by: Chris White
Length: 1 hr and 32 mins
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Should Christians keep the Sabbath?

This is a detailed study of the Covenants in scripture with an emphasis on their relation to the Sabbath. Over 100 verses are sited in support of the audiobook's thesis, which is that the Sabbath, and indeed the entire Mosaic covenant has been fulfilled in Christ.

This audiobook also contains detailed answers to common objections from Seventh Day Adventist and Messianic Jews.

©2013 Chris White (P)2013 Chris White

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great teaching

loved it! I have listened to this over and over again. sure miss this fine brothers podcasters. it contains the gospel in a unique way. I didn't catch Chris was teaching the gospel untill about the 10th time listening to this book. one of the best books ever.

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Excellent book really make this subject easy to understand

The authors biblical presentation make this subject easy to understand from a biblical perspective which I have never seen before. Brilliant

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Clear and To The Point

Spoken at a fast pace but clear and easy to understand. Voice is regular, not melodramatic.
Ideas are presented in a straight forward manner that is clear and follows a understandable chain. Is backed up with scripture and maintains that faith in Christ is the basis of the Covenant we now have with God.
Well done. No fluff.

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Very very helpful

I enjoyed this book very much. very sound doctrine and very easy to understand, thanks.

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  • Anonymous User
  • 05-05-19

Clear and easy to understand

White clearly uses good hermeneutics to interpret the biblical Sabbath, and why Christians are no longer under the old covenant, where the Sabbath had power.

The author is clear in his knowledge and very biblical sound. I highly recommend his books.

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  • odailson
  • 10-15-17

personal interpretations of the Sabbath

bias interpretation of the Sabbath.
The Lord's day is clear in the Bible to be the Sabbath. Jesus is said to be the Lord of the Sabbath Mk 2.28 Mt 12.8 not of the first day of the week. after his death if anyone would ask the disciples what day was Jesus the Lord of, they would say the Sabbath. because that was what Jesus told them.
away too many bias interpretation to make his point right.

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