Top » Catalog » Books » R-CM-RC

Price for each$1.20$1.00
Your savings- 17%

Rome's Challenge

Why do Protestants Keep Sunday?

In February 1893, the General Conference of SDA adopted and published certain resolutions appealing to the government and the people of the United States in regard to religious liberty. In March 1893, the International Religious Liberty Association printed these resolutions and distributed them as a tract. On receipt of one of these tracts, the editor of the Catholic Mirror, the official publication of Cardinal Gibbons and the Papacy in the USA, published a series of 4 editorials on the subject of the biblical Sabbath, the Catholic day of worship, and the grounds on which Protestant churches keep Sunday. This booklet is a reprint of those 4 articles from the Catholic Mirror.

This tract is a powerful admission by a Catholic priest on Sunday being a Catholic day of rest and not the biblical rest day. This study proves according to the Bible that the 7th day is the Sabbath in both Old and New Testaments, and that God never changed it, nor authorized a change of the holy day he made from Creation. Good outreach tract. 32 pages.


Quick Find
Use keywords to find the product you are looking for.
Advanced Search
0 items
Authors/Artists Info
Other products
Share Product
Share via E-Mail Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Share on Google Buzz Share on Digg