J. N. Andrews’ History of the Sabbath is one of the most able defences of the seventh-day Sabbath established by God Himself as the rest-day at creation week. However, God’s memorial has been attacked by Romanists as well as protestants. Providentially enough, history has clearly recorded the subtle yet tireless moves of men who endeavored to establish Sunday as the sacred day, putting down God’s seventh-day Sabbath. 


In this book, you will find convincing evidence to settle this long-drawn controversy between Sabbath and Sunday. You will be amazed to see the kinds of arguments and ways in which Sunday defenders tried to make it sacred. A thorough examination is essential for everyone to take a stand on this question. The evidence is here. May God grant you a willing heart, in order that you may stand by His side and His people, regardless of temporal consequences, for it is written, “We ought to obey God rather than men” (Acts 5:29).

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