- Sep 1, 2017
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Yes, it is there, but I'm not completely surprised that people who have already been taken in by the defective arguments of others...will stand by the mistake.Acts 20:7 says nothing about the get together for the purpose of celebrating the resurrection. It simply isn't there.
It wouldn't have to be in Scripture, I agree, but we have it there; and, in addition, ordinary history establishes the Sunday observance--and the reason for it--from the early days of the church virtually continuously thru to the coming of the Adventists and a few other sects in recent times. This was not even an issue during the Reformation, despite all the doctrinal wrangling that we know occurred then.Look, I'm not saying that the Jerusalem community didn't celebrate the 1st day of the week in recognition of the resurrection. I'm simply pointing out that scripture can't be used for proof of such a practice.