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on April 3, 2007
To begin --- this book is only for Bible believers. If you believe the Bible to be fable, there is nothing here for you. This book is targeted for and of use to Christians, whatever their ethnicity.
This topic, the Sabbath, has been debated ad nauseum and there are few that ever change their position, or for that matter, who will even explore why their position is what it is. This book is an excellent vehicle for that exploration.
Now, there are countless books on the matter of The Sabbath but I find this one to be unique. It is singularly readable, yet very carefully researched and constructed to mine out what the Bible says about the issue . . . wherever that leads. The author explores history and pagan influences in Christianity. His familiarity with and frequent inclusion of Hebrew words, terminology, and Hebrew customs/traditions adds greatly to this work.
I have read two of the other books in Bennett's outstanding Walk in the Light series (Kosher, and Names) and can sincerely say that I've never read anything quite like this. Very readable, very convincing, very important. A must read for every genuine Christian.