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The fourth commandment abrogated by the Gospel, or, The fourth commandment's enjoining the observance of the seventh day of the week, as a religious rest, was only obligatory and binding within the Jewish state : but the law of the Sabbath being destroy'd, the Christian institution authoriseth the Christian's observance of the first day of the week, as an holy festival
AuthorFleming, Caleb, 1698–1779
Description84 pages
PublisherLondon: J. Roberts
SubjectGeneral Works
ContributorPrinceton Theological Seminary
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