Which Day is The Sabbath Day?
Q: Why was the Sabbath switched from Saturday to Sunday?
A: It wasn’t: Ever since God gave the Fourth Commandment to Moses, the Sabbath Day has always been the Jewish seventh day of the week, which is a Saturday.
Orthodox Jews still rest from their labour on a Saturday: The Sabbath Day.
Sunday is never called a Sabbath Day in the Bible.
It is referred to as the “first day of the week” (Mtt. 28:1, Mk. 16:2,9, Jn. 20:9) and the Lord’s Day (Rev. 1:10).
It is unbiblical to refer to Sunday as a Sabbath.
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