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rstrats
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Message 16 of 18 (355349)
10-09-2006 8:28 AM
Reply to: Message 12 by jar
10-08-2006 8:58 PM


Re: No.
jar,

re: “Anyway. this was my last post in this thread.”

OK - thanks for the “discussion”. The sarcasm was quite instructional.

re: “...the whole idea of a fixed calendar was not in effect through most of the period of the old testament. Different towns and villages worked on different calendars with the local Sanhedrin inserting months as he deemed needed to keep the holidays in the proper season.”

But that had no effect on the continuity of the days of the week. If you weren’t through with this thread, I would ask you for documentation that it did.


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Message 17 of 18 (355352)
10-09-2006 8:34 AM
Reply to: Message 14 by Modulous
10-09-2006 2:37 AM


Modulous,

re: “It gets mentioned in A New Dictionary of Christian Ethics p. 610"

Thanks for the reference. Do you have a copy? If you do, I wonder if you might be so kind as to quote what it says on page 610 with regard to my OP.


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Message 18 of 18 (355355)
10-09-2006 8:52 AM
Reply to: Message 17 by rstrats
10-09-2006 8:34 AM


google
You can find it on google books.

Indeed, google books comes up with a bunch of books you might want to look at — take a lookie

eg: Sunday Or Sabbath By John R. Rice

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