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From Sabbath to Lord's Day: A Biblical, Historical and Theological Investigation (edition 2000)

by D. A. Carson (Author)

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A series of authors assert the premise that Sunday is a new day of worship that was chosen to commemorate the unique, salvation-historical event of the death and resurrection of Christ, rather than merely being another day for celebrating the Sabbath.
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Title:From Sabbath to Lord's Day: A Biblical, Historical and Theological Investigation
Authors:D. A. Carson (Author)
Info:Wipf and Stock (1999), 444 pages
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