Seventh Day, The Final Act of Creation, The
McCauley, James Madison III
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"Remember the Sabbath day to keep it holy" (Exodus 20:8). But what does that really mean? Why is Sunday worship more prevalent in Christianity today? What makes the Sabbath so special anyway? These are the kind of questions James McCauley seeks to answer in The 7th Day, The Final Act of Creation. The Sabbath is often problematic for new and even lifelong members of the Seventh-day Adventist faith. McCauley dives deep into this topic and explains it from every angle. Masterfully addressing every controversy around it, McCauley aims to show the Sabbath’s relevance in the world today. Beginning with its history, nothing could be more fundamental to appreciating the Sabbath than understanding why it came into existence in the first place. Moving on to establish that it has a place in both the Old and New Testaments, McCauley makes clear that the Sabbath, unlike its Sunday counterpart, holds special blessings for those who keep it. The 7th Day helps one understand not only the Sabbath’s scriptural foundation but also its beauty and the life-giving peace it provides.