This article considers the fourth commandment in the context of all of Scripture, as well as for today.
Looking at the Westminster Confession of Faith Chapter 21, this article argues that the fourth commandment concerning the Sabbath is a universal command. The author places the Westminster Confession of Faith in its historical context, looking at how it's perspective on the Lord's Day was received by the people.
Does the way in which the Heidelberg Catechism deals with the fourth Commandment in Lord’s Day 38 leave you longing for more? The catechism does not say anything about what is forbidden on the Sabbath. Is this an issue? This article looks at Calvin's perspective on the fourth commandment and how this perspective influenced Ursinus.