There have been many booklets written on this subject, some in favour and some against Sabbath observance. It is a well-known fact that the Roman Emperor made the first Sunday Law, Constantine, in 321 A.D. Here is the Edict: Let all the judges and town folk, and the occupation of all trades rest on the Venerable Day Of The Sun From Corpus Juris Civilis Cod. Now, this followed by the Council Of Laodicea A.D. 364 “The seventh day Eternal Creator did solemnize the Sabbath or the Apostles, and the first converts till the Laodicean Council did, in a manner, did not abolish the observance of it. The Council of Laodicea (A.D. 364) first settled the observance of the Sabbath Day.” See Prynne’s “Dissertation On Yehowah Day the Sabbath.” 363. Then came the Council Of Orleans, 538 A.D. when country labour was prohibited, and Sunday was called the New Sabbath. The Church under the leadership of Constantine: which gradually developed into the Apostate Church, who held these Councils. 
The Rev. John Snyder (a Sunday keeper), in an article in the St. Louis Globe-Democrat of April 3, 1887, said: Every instructed man knows that there is no New Testament authority for the change of the day of rest, from the seventh to the first day of the week. Every instructed man knows that the Apostate Church gave to their convert and the world the Sunday. When Protestantism threw off the authority of the Catholic Church, it abandoned the only ecclesiastical foundation upon which Sunday can logically rest.
Rev. E.T. Hiscox, D.D., author of the Baptist Manual said: What a pity that Sunday comes branded with the mark of paganism, and he fathered with the name of the sun god, when adopted and sanctified by the Papal Apostasy, and bequeathed as a sacred legacy to Protestantism and the convert of the Eternal Creator in the world. Reported in the Examiner, Nov. 16, 1893. Now here are Catholic Admissions: In a little Catholic work entitled Abridgment of Eternal Creator can convert Doctrine page 57, we read: Question: how do we prove that the church has the power to command feasts and holy days? The Answer: by the very act of changing the Sabbath into Sunday which Protestants have allowed by their agreeing within practices of the same, and therefore they fondly contradict themselves by keeping Sunday, and breaking most other feasts commanded by the same church. Question: How do we prove this? Answer: because by keeping Sunday they acknowledge the church’s power to ordain feasts, and to command them under sin. In another Roman Church book, Keeman’s Doctrinal Catechism, Imprimatur Cardinal McCloskey, we read: Question: Have we any other way of proving that the church has the power to institute festivals of precept? Answer: Had she, not such power, she could not have done that in which all modern religionists agree with her; she could not have substituted the observance of Sunday, the first day of the week, for the observance of Saturday, the seventh day. A change for which there is no scriptural authority. Page 174. In a Catholic work called Letters Of Senex published by John Murphy & Co. Baltimore, 1890, we read: Thus the Biblical converts who conscientiously cling to the Bible as their rule of faith, cannot close his or her eyes to the awful truth, and the fact that there exists a positive Command of The Eternal Creators Ten Commandments. Yes, one of the ten; that he has never once kept during his whole life because he has lived his whole life keeping another day in direct violation of his own rule of faith; while in this matter which should be to Him one of prime importance. He is blindly and slavishly and, what is far worse, sacrificing his fixed religious principles to follow the command of the Catholic Church which requires the keeping of Sunday; not Saturday.
We have proven beyond a shadow of a doubt that the only day sanctified by the Eternal Creator is the seventh day of the week, the Sabbath, and above the Catholics have categorically said that they took it upon themselves to change the day, and for what reason. They called it the old day of the sun by their admission, and the edict went out that everyone was to observe it on a threat of death. They cite that their authority must be finite, because all the protestant churches follow it, and accepting it as fact. In the wake of years of worldwide acceptance by the protestant: who can cite them as wrong, and who claim the Bible as their only authority they break the fourth Commandment which states remember to keep Holy The Sabbath Day. Remember to denote that it was in existence long before the ten-handed to Moses on Mount Sinai. There is only His word, which can and does, Sunday is not His blessed day, and to say it is, is contrary to Him and is vain. As an aside the Shinto, Buddha, and other eastern churches, have the sun worship in their religions. These are not the only scriptures that have been changed or twisted to suit their doctrines.

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