Should Chrisitans Keep the Sabbath? Historic Debate!!

I came all the way from Washington, D.C. for this debate tonight because it is actually quite a historic event.” – Joseph Farah, founder and CEO of WND.

With already over 150,000 views on YouTube in only two days, this provocative and historic debate is causing Christians around the world to take a second look at the fourth commandment!

In this two-hour debate, two Christian pastors take the stage to answer one of the most important theological questions of all time: Should Christians Keep The Sabbath? This toe-to-toe debate is going to challenge everything you thought you knew about the Sabbath, as Pastor Jim Staley and Pastor Chris Rosebrough expound on dozens of relevant scriptures and extra-biblical sources to support their stances.

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5 Responses to Should Chrisitans Keep the Sabbath? Historic Debate!!

  1. loammi says:

    I think Jim broughht it! Excellently done, stayed on topic though Chris was trying to distract with other topics…quoting church fathers rather than scripture and making up allegorical stories. Jim stayed in the Word. Felt like the ole Jim was back in action, yay team Sabbath!

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  2. David says:

    There is a bigger, underlying question. In the short time before the law was given, God made a covenant with the children of Israel. In Exodus 19, it says, If you will obey my laws and keep my commandments, then you will be to me a holy nation, a kingdom of priests. What many people do not realise is that it is THIS that is the covenant of the law. Taking from the time of the first of the captivities of the Northern House Of Israel (741BC) 2520 years, brings us to 1780, which was the start of the great missionary movement. It is an indicator that the Anglo-Saxon peoples are, in fact, of Israelite descent (see also the Declaration of Arbroath). On its own, this would indicate that the sabbath is both the Lord’s day, and the day that we shiould keep as a day of rest. I have only recently taken this step.

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  3. bornfromabovenotofthisworld says:

    Reblogged this on Born From Above.

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  4. Rob Jo-Ann says:

    Jim did an excellent job of exposing the truth.

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