Here is a collection of personal studies I’ve done on the various subjects below.
Sabbath or Sunday: Examples in the NT
Does 1 Corinthians 16 prove Sunday worship?
Romans 14 talks about Fasting, not the Sabbath
Did the early church keep the Sabbath?
Which law did Christ nail to the Cross?
Acts 20:7 – Does Breaking Bread = Church Service?
Revelations 1:10, What day is the “Lord’s Day”?
Questions for Sunday Keepers
Part 1: Souls are NOT Immortal
Part 2: Breath+ Dust = Soul
Part 3: Death is like Sleep
Tormented Day and Night; A look at Revelation 20:10
Will People Burn Forever and Ever?
What does ‘Everlasting’ in Matthew 25 mean?
Where their worm does not die
2 Peter 2, A Warning for False Teachers
Study of Romans 9
Fundamental Rules For Interpreting Scripture
Which Tranlations are Reliable?
Majority or Minority Texts
The Law does NOT Save
10 Commandments in the New Testament
Unclean foods now Clean?
Exadventist.com Part 1: Law or Commandments, are they the same?
Exadventist.com Part 2: Jerusalem Council and the Law?
Excellent work my friend, keep allowing the Lord to use your skills as you continue to shed his light one pixel at a time 🙂
Your Brother in Christ.
Hey Luke, thanks for the kind words. God bless you in your work in the ‘Great Down Under’.
I am trying to figure out why SDA follow the Holidays set up by the Vatican, such as Christmas (we know Jesus was not born Dec. 25th, a pagan god was) Easther-this was a pagan fertility orgie. Then how do SDA get Friday crusifixtion and Sunday (before sunrise) resurrection. I have drawn this out on paper several times and can not come up with 3 days and three nights. Is Jesus a lie? Or is someone figuring wrong to blend in with tradition? There is no such thing as a parcel day or night as Jesus spoke it. It would have meant a complete 72 hr time frame. Please help
Jim, I’m guessing you’re talking about Jesus saying that he’ll be in the belly for 3days/nights. From my understanding of that passage, it refers not to his actual death, but also includes the time up to his crucifixion, which was not a pleasant time. You can draw comparisons with Jonah, who was still alive, but stuck in the belly of the whale for 3days/nights. So if you count Thurs night and his trials leading up to his death, it could be said that he was basically at the mercy of this world.
Sorry, the should of been. Is Jesus a liar?
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