Who Changed the Sabbath?


Uriah Smith

4×6  Soft Cover
First Published 1888
52 pages

“Who Changed the Sabbath?” reveals that the seventh-day Sabbath of the 4th Commandment was not only changed by the papacy without proper biblical evidence or authority, but that this unbiblical change is used by the Catholic Church as their claim to universal authority over all  churches today who accept Sunday as the Lord’s day. The booklet is full of statements from Catholic sources proving their motives and position on the matter.



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Dimensions 4 × 6 cm


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