This article shows that Christians are called to keep the first day of the week as a Sabbath. It explains that keeping the Lord’s Day has great benefit as it encourages proper recognition of God, encourages man's relationship with Christ, provides rest from weekly toil, and points us forward to the heavenly rest.
Should we still keep the Sabbath today? Surveying the biblical texts, this article shows that Christians still have an obligation to do so. It clarifies the meaning of texts that are used to oppose the observing of the Sabbath.
This is an article on the Sabbath—what it means for believers, how it has developed throughout history, and how we should observe the Sabbath today.
This article focuses on the signs that God has given to demonstrate and confirm his covenant love: the Sabbath, circumcision and baptism as signs of admission, and the Passover meal, and the Lord’s Supper. The article also discusses how baptism has replaced circumcision, and the Lord’s Supper has replaced Passover (among the other OT feasts).
This article gives a synopsis of the biblical data on the Sabbath, as well as some thoughts on what we should and should not do on the Sunday.