|Originally posted by sgreen|
Because I'm no longer under the law, but under grace. I'm trying to go through the list of arguments you've given, but the bottom line is a Christian is under no more obligation the keep the Sabbath than they are to keep the feasts or dietary laws or sacrifices, etc.
|Originally posted by lightning80|
sgreen: I only have 1 question: Why do you think there is not a need to keep the Sabbath?
Is there a Bible verse that says that since we are under grace that we no longer have to keep the Sabbath Day? I agree that we are not obligated to keep the feasts, sacrifices, and food restrictions. But none of those are part of the 10 Commandments, which I believe were not abolished under grace. Which other Commandment do we not have to keep any more? Murder, stealing, adultery, honoring parents, lying, having other gods, and/or worshiping idols? I think the answer is clear and simple, we keep all of them. Then, why is the Sabbath is the only one of the 10 that we don't? If being "under grace" is the reason, then we don't have to keep any of the 10 Commandments under grace?