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Sabbath Quotes

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Section on the Sabbath from an Episcopal Catechism,
S0001 Lessons on Catechism, Sanford, 1878.pub
S0001 Lessons on Catechism, Sanford, 1878.pdf

Sabbath change,
S0002 Clovis G Chappell 1938

"The reason we observe the first day instead of the seventh is based on no positive command.  One will search the Scriptures in vain for Authority for changing from the seventh day to the first.”—Clovis G. Chappell, Ten Rules for Living, page 61.
S0002a Ten Rules for Living, Chappell, 1938.pub
S0002a Ten Rules for Living, Chappell, 1938.pdf

Sunday the Christians Sabbath
S0003a 3 Prophetic Days William Frederick
“The Gentiles were an idolatrous people who worshiped the sun, and Sunday was their most sacred day.  Now, in order to reach the people in this new field, it seems but natural, as well as necessary, to make Sunday the rest day of the church.  At this time it was necessary for the church to either adopt the Gentiles’ day would have been an offence and stumbling block to them.  The church could naturally reach them better by keeping their day.  There was no need in causing an unnecessary offence by dishonoring their day.”—“Sunday and the Christian Sabbath,”  pp. 169, 170, quoted in signs of the times, sept. 6, 1927   Rev. W Frederick

S0003 3 Prophetic Days, Frederick, quoted in Signs of the Times 9-6-1927.pub
S0003 3 Prophetic Days, Frederick, quoted in Signs of the Times 9-6-1927.pdf

Change in Sabbath and keeping the Sabbath,
S0004 Keeping the Sabbath, 2-22-1893.pub
S0004 Keeping the Sabbath, 2-22-1893.pdf

This article deals with lack of scriptural evidence for Sabbath Change,
S0005 Theological Compend, Binney, 1851.pub
S0005 Theological Compend, Binney, 1851.pdf

A Sabbath Poster,
S0006 The Sabbath Day, 3ST 68.pub
S0006 The Sabbath Day, 3ST 68.pdf

Immutability of Sabbath,
S0007 The Lords day Rescued p 22 A J Sessions
“The Phoenicians consecrated one day in seven as holy.”—Porphyry, quoted in “Lord’s-Day Rescued.” P. 22

S0007a The Lord's Day

503—Rev. A. J. SESSIONS, in “Lord’s-day Rescued.”  “The Sabbath is one of the ten diamonds on a golden cord which never must be broken.” P. 27 “The memory of the Creation being performed in seven days was preserved, not only among the Greeks and Italians, but among Celts and Indians, all of whom divided their time into weeks.” – Grotius, Quoted in “Lord’s-day Rescued.”  P. 22

S0007b Lords Day Rescued, Sessions.pub
S0007b Lords Day Rescued, Sessions.pdf

No Biblical command to keep Sunday

S0009 Seventh Dayism X-Rayed O L Kelly 1923
DISCIPLES OF CHRIST:  “Now, there is no commandment in the New Testament to observe Sunday as a day of rest.” –Orval Leland Kelley (Disciple) “Seventh-Dayism X-rayed,” p. 98. (The Standard Publishing Company, Cincinnati, O.: 1923.)

S0009a Seveth-Dayism X-rayed, Kelley 1923.pdf
S0009a Seveth-Dayism X-rayed, Kelley 1923.pub

Foundations and principles of Sabbath Keeping
S00010 Sinaitic Foundations of Sabbath Reform, Johnson.pdf
S00010 Sinaitic Foundations of Sabbath Reform, Johnson.pub

Some history of Sabbath Change
S00011a Sabbath Literature Vol1 pg 356 R Cox

Robert Cox, speaking of the reasons which the early writers give for observing Sunday says they were:  “Fanciful in most cases, and ridiculous in some. The best of them is that on the first day the Savior had arisen from the dead:  and the others chiefly are—that on the first day God changed darkness and matter, and made the world:   that on Sunday Jesus ( Christ appeared to, and instructed His disciples; (Justin) that the command to circumcise children on the eighth day, was a type of the true circumcision, by which we were circumcised from error and wickedness through our Lord, who rose from the dead on the first day of the week, (Justin and Cyprian,) and that manna was first given to the Israelites on a Sunday, (Origen.)   From which the inevitable inference is, that they neither had found in Scripture any commandment—Primeval, Mosaic, or Christian—appointing the Lord’s day to be honored or observed, nor knew from any tradition any such commandment delivered by Jesus or His disciples.”  Sabbath Literature, vol1. p. 352

S00011 The Literature of the Sabbath Question, Cox.pdf
S00011 The Literature of the Sabbath Question, Cox.pub
  
More rationalization for Sabbath Change
S00012 Change of Day Question, 11-30-1892.pdf
S00012 Change of Day Question, 11-30-1892.pub 
S00012a Mid-Continent newspaper 1884.doc

Sabbath definition
S00013 Encyclopedia Britannica, 1911.pdf
S00013 Encyclopedia Britannica, 1911.

Sunday or the Lords day
S00014 Encyclopedia Britannica, Sunday, vol 26.pdf
S00014 Encyclopedia Britannica, Sunday, vol 26.pub

Encyclopedea of Religious knowledge
S00015 Encyclopedia Religious Knowledge 1837.pdf
S00015 Encyclopedia Religious Knowledge 1837.pub

Ten Commandments
S00016 Martin Luthers Small Catechism 1893.pdf
S00016 Martin Luthers Small Catechism 1893.pub

Keeping the Sabbath
S00017 Explanation of Dr Martin Luthers Small Catechism, Reu, 1947.pdf
S00017 Explanation of Dr Martin Luthers Small Catechism, Reu, 1947.pub

First day of week was suggested
S00018 The History of the Eastern Church A P Stanley

1815-1881 The History of the Eastern Church by Dr. Arthur Penryn Stanley.  He “The retention of the old pagan name of Dies Solis, or Sunday, for the weekly Christian festival, is in greatness owing to the union of pagan and Christian sentiment, with which the first day of the week was recommended by Constantine to his subjects—pagan and Christian alike – as the venerable day of the sun.  It was his mode of harmonizing the discordant religions of the empire under on common institution.”  “The retention of the old pagan name Deis Solis, or Sunday, for the weekly Christian festival, is in a great measure, owing to the union of pagan and Christian sentiment with which the first day of the week was recommended by Constantine to his subjects, pagan and Christian alike, as the venerable day of the sun.  It was his mode of harmonizing the discordant religions of the empire under the common institution.”—“History of the Eastern Church,” Stanley, Lecture 6, par.15.

Theological Compend


S00019 Methodist Episcopal Binny 1840
Methodist Episcopal “Theological Compend,” by Amos Binney; “It is true, there is no positive command for infant baptism ..Nor is there any for keeping holy the first day of the week page 180, 181

Doctrines and discipline for salvation
S00020 Methodist Episcopal Doctrines & Discipline 1935

METHODIST EPISCOPAL “The Holy Scriptures contain the will of God, so far as it is necessary for us to know for our salvation; so that whatsoever is not contained therein, nor can be proved thereby, is not to be enjoined on any as an article of faith, or as a doctrine essential to salvation.”-“Doctrines and Discipline,” (1935) p. 14.


S00020a Methodist Episcopal Church Doctrines & Discipline 1892
The Methodist Discipline, art. 6, says:  
“No Christian whatever is free from the obedience of the commandments which are called moral.”


S00020b Methodist Episcopal Church Doctrines and Discipline 1892     
Turning now to the official teaching of the Methodist Episcopal Church, we find that great community of Christians thus up holding the obligation to observe the law of God: 
“Although the law given from God by Moses as touching ceremonies and rites, doth not bind Christians, nor ought the civil precepts thereof necessity be received in any common wealth; yet, notwithstanding, no Christian whatsoever is free from the obedience of the commandments which are called  moral.”—“Methodist Episcopal Church Doctrines and Discipline,” edited by Bishop Andrews, p. 23 1892

352 pp

Perptuity of the Sabbath
S00021 Perpetuity of Weekly Sabbath II, Whhimster.pdf
S00021 Perpetuity of Weekly Sabbath II, Whhimster.pub
S00021a  Perpetuity of Weekly Sabbath III, Whhimster.pdf
S00021a  Perpetuity of Weekly Sabbath III, Whhimster.pub
S00021b  Perpetuity of Weekly Sabbath IV, Whhimster.pdf
S00021b  Perpetuity of Weekly Sabbath IV, Whhimster.pub
S00021c  Perpetuityy of Weekly Sabbath, Whimster.pdf
S00021c  Perpetuityy of Weekly Sabbath, Whimster.pub

Sabbath Literature
S00022  Robert Cox on Sunday Question, 1865.pdf
S00022  Robert Cox on Sunday Question, 1865.pub

Containing a general theological & Homiletical introduction 
S00023 J P Lange Commentary on the Holy Scriptures

“The plural sabbata… means a week as well as a Sabbath or Sabbaths (Comp. Mark 16:2; Luke 24:1; John 20:1, 19; and Matt. 28:1)….Sabbata in the second clause [of Matt.28:1] certainly means ‘week’ and not the Sabbath day.” – John Peter Lange, A Commentary on the Holy Scriptures, translated by Philip Schaff,  Comments on Matthew 28:1.

S00023a The Gospel according to Matthew J P Lange.pdf
S00023a The Gospel according to Matthew J P Lange.pub

The Babylonian Element in Genesis

S00024a Higher Criticism & the Monuments A H Sayce
Professor A. H. Sayce declares:  
“The Sabbath-rest was a Babylonian, as well as a Hebrew, institution.  Its origin went back to pre-Semitic days. . . . In the cuneiform tablets the Sabattu is described as ‘a day if rest for the soul,’ . . . it was derived by the Assyrian scribes from two Sumerian or pre-Semitic words, sa and bat, which meant respectively ‘hear’ and ‘ceasing.’ … The rest enjoined on the Sabbath was thus as complete as it was among the Jews.” –“Higher Criticism and the Monuments,” pp. 74, 75.

S00024b Higher Criticism & Verdict of Monuments. A H Sayce

            Professor Sayce in his work, the “Higher Criticism” and the Verdict of the Monuments referring to the Assyrian epic, says:

             “The poem is on the one hand a paean in honor of the Sun-God of Babylon; on the other it seeks to shew how the world of light and humanity developed out of a pre-existing world of chaos and darkness which was in sharp antagonism with it.  The present creation is described as the result of the victory of light over darkness, of law and order over confusion.  Such ideas are the very reverse of those which inspire the narrative of Genesis.  Here there is no antagonism.  P. 73-78

S00024 The Higher Criticism Verdict of the  Monuments AH Sayce 1895.pdf
S00024 The Higher Criticism Verdict of the  Monuments AH Sayce 1895.pub

Sunday into the Sabbath
S00025a Neanders Church History p 186 R English
“Opposition to Judaism introduced the particular festival of Sunday very early, indeed, into the place of the Sabbath. … The festival of Sunday, like all other festivals, was always only a human ordinance, and it was far from the intentions of the apostles to establish a divine command in this respect, far from them, and from the early apostolic church, to transfer the laws of the Sabbath to Sunday.  Perhaps at the end of the second century a false application of this kind had begun to take place; for men appear by that time to have considered laboring on Sunday as a sin.”—Neander’s “Church History,” Rose’s translation, page 186.

S00025b History of the Christian Religion & Church R English 1843

“The Jewish Christian Churches, [i.e., Churches consisting of Jewish converts,] Although they received the festival of Sunday, retained also that of the Sabbath: and from them the custom spread abroad in the Oriental Church, of distinguishing this day, as well as the Sunday, By not fasting and by praying in an erect posture; in the Western Churches, particularly the Roman, where opposition to Judaism was the prevailing tendency, this very opposition produced the custom of celebrating the Saturday in particular as a fast day.”—Augustus Neander (Lutheran) History of the Christian Religion and Church, Rose English translation of 1843, p. 186 (Photostats 31 (English), 32 (German).

S00025cThe History of the Christian Religion and Church A Neander 1843.pdf
S00025cThe History of the Christian Religion and Church A Neander 1843.pdf

Obedience of the Commandments
S00026 The Mehodist Discipline.pdf
S00026 The Mehodist Discipline.pub

Creeds and Confessions
S00027 The New Directory for Baptist Churches E T Hiscox 1894.pdf
S00027 The New Directory for Baptist Churches E T Hiscox 1894.pub

God's Holy day not Jewish
S00028 The Present Truth Vol IX.pdf
S00028 The Present Truth Vol IX.pub

Sabbath observance
S00029 The Sabbatic Question J J Taylor.pdf
S00029 The Sabbatic Question J J Taylor.pub
S00029a The Sabbath Question J J Taylor p 41, 16-17.doc

Sunday and the Sabbath
S00032 The Seasons, Fasts & Festivals of the Christians Year V Staley

“The day called ‘Sabbath’ by both Jewish and Christian writers is not Sunday, but the day previous—that is, Saturday.  There is no indication whatever that the apostles in any sense substituted the Christian Sunday for the Jewish Sabbath;  no trace of any such transference is to be found in history.  And there is nothing in Holy Scripture or in early Christian history to identify Sunday with the Sabbath, or to make the fourth commandment a mere precept for the observance of Sunday.” –Vernon Staley, The Seasons, Fasts, and Festival of the Christian Year, page 54.

S00032 The Seasons Fasts and Festivals of The Christian Year V Staley.pdf
S00032 The Seasons Fasts and Festivals of The Christian Year V Staley.pub

The supreme duty of man
S00033 The  Ten Comandments p 11 G C Morgan

“The ten words of Sinai were not ten separate commandments, having no reference to each other.  They were ten sides of the one law of God.  The teaching of Jesus reveals the fact that thee commandments are so interrelated that is a man offend in one point he breaks the unity of the law.” P. 11. “The ten words of Sinai were not ten separate commandments,” said G. Campbell Morgan, “but ten sides of the one law of God.”—The Ten Commandments (Revell, 1901 ed.), p.11

S00033a The Ten Commandments G Campbell Morgan 1901.pdf
S00033a The Ten Commandments G Campbell Morgan 1901.pub

Holy days and Holidays
S00034 The Ten Commandments J A Hayes 1901.pdf
S00034 The Ten Commandments J A Hayes 1901.pub

The 4th Commandment
S00035 The Ten Commandments pp 106 107 R W Dale

R. W. Dale, D. D., Congregationalist of England, wrote “It is quite clear that, however rigidly or devotedly we may spend Sunday, we are not keeping the Sabbath … The Sabbath was founded on a specific, divine command.  We can plead no such command for the observance of Sunday.  There is not a single line in the New Testament to suggest that we incur any penalty by violating the supposed sanctity of Sunday.”—“The Ten Commandments,” pp. 106, 107.

S00035a The Ten Commandments R W Dale 1871.pdf
S00035a The Ten Commandments R W Dale 1871.pub

Quinquagesima Sunday
S00036 The Ten Commandments Canon Eyton 1894

Anglican:  “There is no word, no hint, in the New Testament about abstaining from work on Sunday …. The observance of ash Wednesday or Lent stands on exactly the same footing as the observance of Sunday.”—Canon Eyton (Anglican), “The Ten Commandments,” pp. 62, 63, 65.  (Trubner and Company, London: 1894.)

B. R., 1948, p. 455

S00036b The Ten Commandments Sermons R Eyton 1895 pp62 63 65
Canon Eyton (of Westminster):  “There is no word, no hint, in the New Testament about abstaining from work on Sunday.”  “The observance of Ash Wednesday or Lent stands exactly on the same footing as the observance of Sunday.”  Constantine’s decree was the first public step in establishing the first day of the week as a day on which there should be secular rest as well as religious worship …. Into the rest of Sunday no divine law enters.”—“The Ten Commandments,” Trubners & Co.  pp62, 63, 65 
London:  Trubner & Co., 1894                     Church of England

S00036a The Ten Commandments Sermons R Eyton 1895.pdf
S00036a The Ten Commandments Sermons R Eyton 1895.pub

The Moral Law
S00037 The Tracts of The Baptist General Tract Society 1824-1840.pdf
S00037 The Tracts of The Baptist General Tract Society 1824-1840.pub

Sabbath Change
S00038 The Voice from Sinai F W Farrar 1892

Archdeacon F. W. Farrar:  “The Sabbath is Saturday, the seventh day of the week.”  “The Christian church made no formal, but a gradual and almost unconscious transference of the one day to the other.”—“The Voice From Sinai,” Pages 163, 167.

 London:  Isbister & Co, 1892 1896   Church of England

S00038a The Voice From Sinai F W Farrar 1896.pdf
S00038a The Voice From Sinai F W Farrar 1896.pub

No Record on the changing of Sabbath
S00039 Theological Dictionary R Watson 1843 1832.pdf
S00039 Theological Dictionary R Watson 1843 1832.pub

Sabbath or Lord's day
S00040 Theology Condensed Blake pp 471 474 477

Here is one taken from Theology Condensed, by the Presbyterians:

“The idea has been advanced by some that the Sabbath was instituted for the benefit of the Jews under the Old Dispensation, and that, like many other of their institutions, it was ‘done away with’ in the coming of Christ.  Such a position is utterly untenable, and for so saying we present the following arguments:’ And then it goes on page after page of proof the Sabbath could not have been done away with.  Here’s only one:

“The Sabbath is a part of the Decalogue—the Ten Commandments.  This alone forever settles the question as to the perpetuity of the institution … Until, therefore, it can be shown that the whole Moral Law has been repealed, the Sabbath will stand … The teaching of Christ confirms the perpetuity of the Sabbath …“Christ sanctioned it.  Christ, after His resurrection, changed the Sabbath from the seventh to the first day of the week. “—Theology Condensed, by Blake, pp. 471, 474, 477.

S00040a Theology Condensed T C Blake.pdf
S00040a Theology Condensed T C Blake.pub

Word and works
S00041 Times Magazine Aug 8 1955 Cardinal Stritch

Cardinal Stritch of Chicago, quoted in Time Magazine, Aug.5 or 8, 1955, p. 63 “It no longer can be said today that the United States is a Protestant country….The Catholic Church is forging ahead, growing day by day and becoming stronger.”

S00041 Time weekly newsmagazin Aug 8, 1955.pdf
S00041 Time weekly newsmagazin Aug 8, 1955.pub

Contrary to God's Word
S00042 twentieth Book of Common Prayer.pdf
S00042 twentieth Book of Common Prayer.pub

The Bible speaks
S00043 V Staley The Seasons Fasts and Festival of the Christian Year.pdf
S00043 V Staley The Seasons Fasts and Festival of the Christian Year.pub

SDA Commentary
S00044 W F Steele Must Syntax Die That the Sabbath may Live May-June 1899.pdf
S00044 W F Steele Must Syntax Die That the Sabbath may Live May-June 1899.pub

Jesus observed the Sabbath Day
S00045 Sabbath Observance p 25 W O Carver
“Jesus observed the Sabbath Day of his own people.  It was his custom to worship in the synagogues on the Sabbath Day.  After he entered upon his own ministry, he and his followers continued to recognize and us the Sabbath Day, but according to his own individual and spiritual insight and interpretation.  Even when Sabbath observance was made one of the chief grounds of bitter antagonism to him by the Pharisees he continued his recognition of the Sabbath and uttered no word that can properly be construed as lacking in deep reverence.  Apparently, he expected that his followers would continue to hold and inculcate the spirit of the historic Sabbath.”  W.O. Carver, Sabbath Observance, p.25.  Copyright, 1940, by the Sunday School Board of the Southern Baptist Convention


No formal change of Sabbath
S00046 W O Carver The Lord's Day in Our Day.pdf
S00046 W O Carver The Lord's Day in Our Day.pub

Christ arose on the 3rd Day
S00047 What Baptists Believe O C S Wallace 1913

"The New Testament indicates that it was the practice of the apostles to meet on the first day of the week.  It may be that Jesus gave them and explicit command to do so ; but of this we have no revelation.  It may be that they were divinely guided by the facts of the resurrection and the appearings of Jesus to commemorate the day which He had thus hallowed.” – O. C. S.  Wallace, What Baptists Believe (1913, 208 pp.)  Nashville, Tenn., Southern Baptist Convention, p. 165. “We believe the Scriptures teach that the law of God is the eternal and unchangeable rule of His moral government, that it is holy, just, and good; and that the inability which the Scriptures ascribe to fallen men to fulfill its precepts arise entirely from their love of sin; to deliver them from which, and to restore them through a Mediator to unfeigned obedience to the holy law, is one great end of the gospel.”--New Hampshire Confession of Faith, Article 12, quoted in What Baptists Believe, by O. C. S. Wallace, p128

S00047a  What Bapyists Believe O C S Wallace 1913.pub
S00047a What Bapyists Believe O C S Wallace 1913.pdf

Did Christ rise on the First day or the Sabbath
S00048 When Did Christ Rise From The Dead W H Littlejohn Feb 13.pdf
S00048 When Did Christ Rise From The Dead W H Littlejohn Feb 13.pub

Trying to pass Sunday Law
S00049 Wilbur F Crafts letter to Cardinal Gibbons 12 1 1888.pdf
S00049 Wilbur F Crafts letter to Cardinal Gibbons 12 1 1888.pub

About working on Sunday
S00050 American Sabbath Union 1888

And when in 1888, by the organization of the American Sabbath Union the movement for religious legislation had become about as strong as it could be expected to grow on the so-called Protestant side; and when the Field Secretary and chief originator of that organization personally addressed to the head of the papacy in this country—Cardinal Gibbons—a letter asking him to join hands with them in petitioning Congress to pass the bill for the enactment of a national law to “promote” the observance of Sunday “ as a day of religious worship;” the Cardinal promptly announced himself as “most happy” to do so, in the following letter:-- 

            “CARDINAL’S RESIDENCE, 408 N. CHARLES STREET,

                                                              Baltimore, December 4, 1888.

“REV. DEAR SIR:  I have to acknowledge your esteemed favor of the 1st instant in reference to the proposed passage of a law by Congress against Sunday work in the government’s mail and military service,’ etc.

"I am most happy to add my name to those of the millions of others who are laudably contending against the violation of the Christian Sabbath by unnecessary labor, and who are endeavoring to promote its decent and proper observance by legitimate legislation.  As the late Plenary Council of Baltimore has declared, the due observance of the Lord’s Day contributes immeasurably to the restriction of vice and immorality, and to promotion of peace, religion, and social order, and cannot fail to draw upon the nation the blessing and protection of an overruling Providence.  I benevolence to the beast of the burden directed one day’s rest in every week under the old law, surely humanity to man ought to dictate the same measure of rest under the law.

                                                   “Your obedient servant in Christ,

                                                     “JAMES CARDINAL GIBBONS,

Senate Hearing on “Sunday Bill,” page 18
S00050 Cardinal Gibbon's Wilbur F Crafts 1888.pdf
S00050 Cardinal Gibbon's Wilbur F Crafts 1888.pub

No longer a protsant country
S00051 Cardinal Stritch Time Magazine 1955.pdf
S00051 Cardinal Stritch Time Magazine 1955.pub

The Catechism
S00052 Catechism T Becon 1844.pdf
S00052 Catechism T Becon 1844.pub

Change of the Sabbath
S00053 The Christian Baptost p 44

Alexander Campbell says: “No, it (the Sabbath NEVER WAS No. 88. SUBJECT: CHANGE OF THE SABBATH:  DISCIPLES OF CHRIST POITION—Campbell, Alexander, founder of the Campbellite, or Disciples of Christ (Christian) Church:  The Christian Baptist, a periodical founded and edited y Alex. Campbell.  Bound periodical in the SDA Theological Seminary Library.  The preface states the objective of the Disciples movement and of the periodical.  Issue No. 7 Vol. 1, dated Feb. 2, 1824, states that the change from Sabbath to Sunday-keeping was made by “Dr. Antichrist.”  It should be noted however that Campbell he argues also the spiritual importance and validity of Sunday observance.  Title page, page I; pages iv-v; 42-43; 44-45. 6 exposures.  Also selected pages giving only statements concerning change of Sabbath, in combined reduced 81/2’ x 11’ notebook size,, 1 exposure. Order no. 88N.  CHANGED, nor could it be, unless creation was to be gone through again, for the reason assigned must be change before the observance … can be changed.” “The Christian Baptist,” P. 44.

S00053 Sabbath Disciples Christ Position A Campbell Feb 2 1824.pdf
S00053 Sabbath Disciples Christ Position A Campbell Feb 2 1824.pub

When was Christ Crucified?
S00054 Christ Crucified on Wed or Fri E L Cardey.pdf
S00054 Christ Crucified on Wed or Fri E L Cardey.pub

Nothing in ScripturesSays to keep Sunday Holy
S00055 Christianly Today Nov 5 1976
Harold Lindsell, former editor of Chritianity Today, said:  “There is nothing in Scripture that requires us to keep Sunday rather than Saturday as a holy day.”  Christianity Today November 5, 1976

The Lords Day and Natural Resources
S00056 Christianity Today May 7 1976.pdf
S00056Christianity Today May 7 1976.pub

Consider the case for quiet Saturdays
S00057 Christianity Today Nov 3 1977.pdf
S00057 Christianity Today Nov 3 1977.pub

Commentary on Acts of Apostles
S00058 Commentary on Acts H B Hackett 1808

Dr. Horatio B. Hackett, professor of New Testament Greek in Rochester Theological Seminary, in his “Commentary on Acts,” Says:  “The Jews reckoned the day from evening to morning, and on that principle the evening of the first day of the week would be our Saturday evening.  If Luke reckoned so here, as many commentators suppose, the apostle then waited for the expiration of the Jewish Sabbath, and held his last religious service with the brethren at Troas… on Saturday evening, and consequently resumed his journey on Sunday morning.”  Pages 329, 330

S00058a Commentary On Acts H B Hackett 1808-1975.pdf
S00058a Commentary On Acts H B Hackett 1808-1975.pub

The Sabbath and Sunday                                                 
S00059Comparisons of Sabbath to Sunday.pdf
S00059Comparisons of Sabbath to Sunday.pub

Changing Sabbath to first day
S00060 Congregational O M Fowler.pdf
S00060Congregational O M Fowler.pub

Working on the Sabbath
S00061 Council of Laodicea C J  Hefele 1876.pdf
S00061Council of Laodicea C J  Hefele 1876.pub

No law in New Testment concerning Sunday
S0062a Cyclopoedia of Bibleical Theological M' Clintock

“We maintain … that Christ would not be the Lord of the Sabbath to be its destroyer.” –M’Clintock and Strong, Cyclopaedia of Biblical, Theological, and Ecclesiastical Literature, vol. 9, p. 196, art, “Sabbath, Christian.”  “It must be confessed that there is no law in the New Testament concerning the first day.” –M’Clintock and Strong, Cyclopedia of Biblical, Theological, and Ecclesiastical Literature, Vol. 9, p. 196.

S00062 Cyclopaedia Biblical Theological and Ecclesiastical Literatre M'Clintock & Strong.pdf
S00062 Cyclopaedia Biblical Theological and Ecclesiastical Literatre M'Clintock & Strong.pub

Month & Moon  are connected
S00063 Cyclopaedia J M'Clintock & J Strong 1883.pdf
S00063 Cyclopaedia J M'Clintock & J Strong 1883.pub

Sabbath
S00064 Cyclopaedia Sabbath J M'Clintock & J Strong 1885.pdf
S00064 Cyclopaedia Sabbath J M'Clintock & J Strong 1885.pub

The Ten Commandments
S00065 Cyclopaedia Ten Commandments J M'Clintock & J Strong 1886.pdf
S00065 Cyclopaedia Ten Commandments J M'Clintock & J Strong 1886.pub

Book on Baptist
S00066 The Christian Baptist A Campbell

‘But,’ say some, ‘it was changed from the seventh to the first day.’  Where? When? And by whom? No man can tell.  No, it never was changed, nor could it be, unless creation was to be gone through again:  for the reason assigned must be changed before the observance, or respect to the reason, can be changed!!  It is all old wives’ fables to talk of the change of the Sabbath from the seventh to the first day.  If it be changed, it was that august personage changed it who changes times and laws exofficio—I think his name is DOCTOR ANTICHRIST.”---Alexander Campbell, in “The Christian Baptist,” revised by D.S. Burnit, from the Second Edition, with Mr. Campbell’s last correction, page 44. Cincinnati:  D.S. Burnit, 1835.

S00066a The Christian Baptist A Campbell Feb 1824

Alexander Campbell (founder of Disciples of Christ): “’But.’ Say some, ‘it was changed from the seventh to the first day.’  Where? When? And by whom?  No man can tell.  No; it never was changed, nor could it be, unless creation was to be gone through again:  for the reason assigned must be changed before the observance, or respect to the reason, can be changed!! It is all ole wives’ fables to talk of the change of the Sabbath from the seventh to the first day.  If it be changed it was that august personage changed it who changes times and laws ex officio—I think his name is DOCTOR ANTI-CHRIST.”—The Christian Baptist, Feb. 2, 1824, Vol.1, no 7.

S00066a  The Christian Baptist A Campbell 1835.pdf
S00066a The Christian Baptist A Campbell 1835.pub

The Catholic Church changed The Sabbath
S00067 The Converted Catholic Magazine Dec 1944 Vol 5
“The Church of Rome also fixed the birthday of Jesus Christ to coincide with birthday of the sun-god Mithra on December 25.  Likewise the observation of the Sabbath or seventh day of the week (Saturday) as commanded by the fourth commandment of God, was changed by the Church if Rome to Sunday, the first day of the week, which the ancient Romans named after and dedicated to their great sun-god Sol.”—L. H. Lehmann, Art.  “How the Papacy came to power' in “The Converted Catholic Magazine” (December, 1944), Vol. 5 (new series), No. 10, p. 260. Note: This journal is “edited by former Roman Catholic Priests.”

S00067a  The converted Catholic Mag A Challenge to the Christian World Dec 1944.pdf
S00067a  The converted Catholic Mag A Challenge to the Christian World Dec 1944.pub

Methodist Epicopal Church
S00068 The Doctrines and Discipline Methodist Epicopal Church 1888.pdf
S00068 The Doctrines and Discipline Methodist Epicopal Church 1888.pub

Methodist Epicopal Church Revised
S00069 The Doctrines and Discipline of Methodist Episcopal Church 1892.pdf
S00069 The Doctrines and Discipline of Methodist Episcopal Church 1892.pub

Sabbath & Tithes

S00070 Edworth Herald Jul 21 1923
METHODIST.  In an editorial from the “Epworth Herald,” July 21, 1923, the editor of this Methodist journal says:  “If the New Testament silence on any subject proves that the matter is unimportant, then the Christian emphasis on the observance of Sunday is really a mistake.  Nowhere does the Book tell us to observe Sunday.  Nowhere does it say that Saturday Sabbath –keeping is wrong.”

S00070a  Methodist Epworth Herald July 21 1923.pdf
S00070a Methodist Epworth Herald July 21 1923.pub

Reward for anyone who can show Sabbath was Changed
S00071 The Globe and Mail 1000 Reward Dec 15, 1949.pdf
S00071 The Globe and Mail 1000 Reward Dec 15, 1949.pub

And not man for Sabbath
S00072 Advent Review and Sabbath Herald Feb 6 1883.pdf
S00072Advent Review and Sabbath Herald Feb 6 1883.pub

Movement to pass the Sunday law
S00073 American Sabbath Union 1888.pdf
S00073 American Sabbath Union 1888.pub

Keeping the Sabbath
S00074 Antiquities of the Christian Church Vol II London 1852

Rev. Joseph Bingham, M. A., Says:  “The ancient Christians were very careful in the observation of Saturday, or the seventh day, which was the ancient Jewish Sabbath.  Some observed it as a fast, others as a festival; but all unanimously agreed in keeping it as a more solemn day of religious worship and adoration.  In the Eastern church it was even observed as a festival, one only Sabbath excepted, which was galled the Great Sabbath, between Good Friday and Easter day …. Athanasius likewise tells us, that they held religious assemblies on the Sabbath, not because they were infected with Judaism, but to worship Jesus, the Lord of the Sabbath Epiphanius says the same.”—“Antiquities of the Christian Church,” Vol. II, Book XX, Chap. 3, Sec. 1, pp. 1137, 1138 London: 1852.                                     

S00074a The Antiquities of The Christian Church J Bingham 1856.pdf
S00074a The Antiquities of The Christian Church J Bingham 1856.pub

The Religious Liberty
S00075 Appeal and Remonstrance feb 24 1893.pdf
S00075 Appeal and Remonstrance feb 24 1893.pdf

Babtist consistent on the Sabbath
S00076 Baptist Consistency on the Sabbath H B Maurer 1889 3.pdf
S00076 Baptist Consistency on the Sabbath H B Maurer 1889 3.pub
S00076a  Baptist Consistency on the Sabbath H B Maurer 2 1889.pdf
S00076a  Baptist Consistency on the Sabbath H B Maurer 2 1889.pub

Babtist is Consistent on the Sabbath-1891
S00077 Baptist Consistency on the Sabbath H B Maurer 1891.pdf
S00077 Baptist Consistency on the Sabbath H B Maurer 1891.pub

Obeying the Sabbath
S00078 Baptist Publication Society Tract # 64

That Christians, because they have greater light, are under greater obligation to observe the precepts of the law than any others, is emphasized by the Baptist Publication Society in its Tract No. 64, which declares:  "To prove that the Ten Commandments are binding, let any person read them, one by one, and ask his own conscience as the reads, whether it would be any sin to break them.  Is this or any part of it, the liberty of the gospel?  Every conscience that is not seared as with a hot iron must answer these questions in the negative …. The lawgiver and the Saviour were one; and believers must be of one mind with the former as well as with the latter; but if we depreciate the law which Christ delighted to honor, and deny our obligations to obey it, how are we of His mind?  Rather are we not of that mind which is enmity against God, Which is not subject to the law of God, neither indeed can be? … If the law be not a rule of conduct to believers, and a perfect rule too, they are under no rule; or, which is the same thing, are lawless.  But if so, they commit no sin;  for where no law is there is no transgression; and in this case they have no sins to confess, either to God or to one another; nor do they stand in need of Christ as an advocate with the Father, nor of daily forgiveness through His blood.  Thus it is, by disowning the law, men utterly subvert the gospel.  Believers, therefore, instead of being freed from obligation to obey it, are under greater obligation to do so than any men in the world.  To be exempt from this is to be without law, and of course without sin; in which case we might do without a Saviour, which is utterly subversive of all religion.”-Pages 2-6

S00078a The Tracts of the Baptist General Taract Society Tracts # 64 part 1.pdf
S00078a The Tracts of the Baptist General Taract Society Tracts # 64 part 1.pub
S00078a The Tracts of the Baptist General Tract SocietyTract # 64 Part 2.pdf
S00078a The Tracts of the Baptist General Tract SocietyTract # 64 Part 2.pub

Letter
S00079 Baptists Today Feb 23 1999.pdf
S00079 Baptists Today Feb 23 1999.pub

Honoring the Sabbath
S00080 Baptists Today Jan 23 1997.pdf
S00080 Baptists Today Jan 23 1997.pub

Keeping Martin Luther King's dream alive
S00081 Baptists Today Martin Luther King III Jan 23 1997.pdf
S00081 Baptists Today Martin Luther King III Jan 23 1997.pub

In crease Sabbath Observance
S00082 Baptists Today Nov 28 1996.pdf
S00082 Baptists Today Nov 28 1996.pub

Keeping the Sabbath
S00083 Biblical and Theological Dictionary R Watspm 1840.pdf
S00083 Biblical and Theological Dictionary R Watspm 1840.pub
S00083b Theological Dictionary R Watson 1843 & 1832 Sabbath.doc

Roman Catholic Religion
S00084 Debate on Roman Catholic Religion A Campbell & J B Purcell 1852.pdf
S00084 Debate on Roman Catholic Religion A Campbell & J B Purcell 1852.pub
S00084b Debate With Purcell P 214.doc

Continental Catholicism

S00085 Democracy & Liberty W E H Lecy 1903
“Sunday is not the Sabbath, and its obligation does not rest upon the fourth commandment.  It is a church holiday enacted in the earliest      days of Christianity in commemoration of a great Christian event, and for the purpose of Christian worship, and the same authority which enjoined the festival prescribed the conditions of its observance.”—W. E. H. Lecky (Irish Protestant) “Democracy and Liberty,” new edition, Vol. 2, p. 97.  (Longmans, Green, and Company, New York City:

S00085a Democracy and Liberty W E H Lecky 1903.pdf
S00085a Democracy and Liberty W E H Lecky 1903.pub

Time
S00086 Dictionary of the Bible J Hastings 1902.pdf
S00086 Dictionary of the Bible J Hastings 1902.pub

The Laws of People
S00087 The Snowden-Douglass Sunday School Lessons 1946 p 17

NOTE.—“The Ten Commandments constitute a summary of the duties God requires of men.  These commandments are the foundation which lies beneath the ethical life of humanity.  They are as binding upon Christians today as they were upon the Hebrews who first received them.”—The Snowden-Douglass Sunday School Lessons for 1946, p. 17.  Cop-right, 1945, by The Macmillan Company and used by permission

S00087a Snowden-Douglass Sunday School Lessons E L Douglass 1946.pdf
S00087a Snowden-Douglass Sunday School Lessons E L Douglass 1946.pub

Letter
S00088 Edward T Hiscox Biography.pdf
S00088 Edward T Hiscox Biography.pub

Sunday pagan Worship
S00089a Faith or Fact p 114 H M Taber
Henry M. Taber, An atheist and close friend of Robert Ingersoll, says:  “No student of the Bible has ever brought to light a single verse, line or word, which can, by any possibility, be construed into a warrant for the religious observance of Sunday.”  Faith or Fact, p. 114.

S00089b Faith or Fact p 114  Henry M. Taber .doc
Henry M. Taber continues: “why will not Christian people investigate and find out for themselves (which they easily can), that the keeping of Sunday as a ‘holy Sabbath day,’ is wholly without warrant.”  Faith or Fact, (Preface by Robert G. Ingersoll), p. 114.

S00089 Faith Or Fact H M Taber 1897.pdf
S00089 Faith Or Fact H M Taber 1897.pub

The Lords Day
S00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898

S00089b Faith or Fact p 114  Henry M. Taber .docHenry M. Taber continues: “why will not Christian people investigate and find out for themselves (which they easily can), that the keeping of Sunday as a ‘holy Sabbath day,’ is wholly without warrant.”Faith or Fact, (Preface by Robert G. Ingersoll), p. 114.The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898S00089 Faith Or Fact H M Taber 1897.pdfThe Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898

William E. Gladstone, England’s great Prime Minister, in his Later Gleanings (1898 ed.), makes these observations:  “The Seventh day of the week has been deposed from its title to obligatory religious observance, and its prerogative has been carried over to the first; under no direct precept of Scripture.”—Page 342.

S00090a Gleanings of Past Years W E Gladstone 1898.pdf
S00090a Gleanings of Past Years W E Gladstone 1898.pub

No Time Lost
S00091 Gordon W  Collier Has Time been Lost.pdf
S00091 Gordon W  Collier Has Time been Lost.pub

Sabbath
S00092 Grolier Encyclopedia Sabbath.pdf
S00092 Grolier Encyclopedia Sabbath.pub

Theory or Practice
S00093 History of all Religions of the world W Curlter 1695.pdf
S00093 History of all Religions of the world W Curlter 1695.pub

The Bible only for Protestants
S00094 History of Romanism p 541 & 542

“From the birth of popery . . . to the present time, it is estimated by careful and credible historians, that more than fifty millions of the human family have been slaughtered for the crime of heresy by popish persecutors, an average of more than forty thousand religious murders for every year of the existence of popery.  Of course the average number of victims yearly, was vastly greater, during those gloomy ages when popery was in her glory and reigned despot of the world; and it has been much less since the power of the popes has diminished to tyrannize over the nations, and to compel the princes of the earth, by the terrors of excommunication, Interdiction, and deposition, to butcher their heretical subjects.”—History of Romanism, pp. 541, 542.

S00094a History of Romanism page 67 68 J Dowling

Dr. John Dowling, who for many years was pastor of the Berean Baptist church in New York City, wrote a “History of Romanism,” in which he repeated this statement of Chillingworth’s , and then went on to add the following:  ’The Bible, I say, the Bible only, is the religion of Protestants!’ Nor is it of any account in the estimation of the genuine Protestant, how early a doctrine originated, if it is not found in the Bible….Hence if a doctrine be propounded for his acceptance, he asks, Is it to be found in the inspired word?  Was it taught by the Lord Jesus Christ and His apostles?  If they knew nothing of it, no matter to him whether it be discovered in the musty folio of some ancient visionary of the third or fourth century, or whether it spring from the fertile brain of some modern visionary of the nineteenth, if it is not found in the Sacred Scriptures, it presents no valid claim to be received as an article of his religious creed….. H who receives a single doctrine upon the mere authority of tradition, let him be called by what name he will, by so doing, steps down from the Protestant rock, passes over the line which separates Protestantism from popery, and can give no valid reason why he should not receive all the earlier doctrines and ceremonies of Romanism upon the same authority.”—Pages 67, 68.

S00094b  History of Romanism J Dowling 1870.pdf
S00094b History of Romanism J Dowling 1870.pub

The Holy Bible
S00095 Illustrated History of The Holy Bible J Kitto 1868

“Thus was the seventh day appointed by God from the very beginning of the world, to be observed as a day of rest by mankind, in memory of the great benefits received in the formation of the universe.” –Dr. Kitto’s Hist. Bible, note, p. 47

S00095a Illustrated History of The Holy Bible J Kitto 1868.pdf
S00095a Illustrated History of The Holy Bible J Kitto 1868.pub

The Revolution in Cultus
S00096 History of the Christian Church Vol 3 pp 376-378 P Schaff

“Not a few pagan habits and ceremonies, concealed under new names crept into the church. . . .This is conceded and lamented by the most earnest of the church Fathers of the Nicene and post-Nicene age. . . . Leo the Great speaks of Christians in Rome, who first worshiped the rising sun, doing homage to the pagan Apollo, before repairing to the basilica of St. Peter. . . .In the celebration of Sunday, as it was introduced by Constantine and still continues on the whole continent of Europe, the cultus of the old Sun-god Apollo mingles with the remembrance of the resurrection of Christ.” –Philip Schaff, “History of the Christian Church,” Vol. 3, pp. 378-378. (Charles Scribner’s Sons, New York City: 1916.)

S00096b History of the Christian Church P Schaff 1916
Constantine
’s Sunday law of 321 A. D. read as follows:  “On the venerable Day of the Sun let the magistrates and people residing in cities rest, and let all workshops be closed.  In the country, however, persons engaged in agriculture may freely and lawfully continue their pursuits; because it often happens that another day is not so suitable for grain-sowing or for vine-planting; lest by neglecting the proper moment for such operations the bounty of heaven should be lost.  (Given the 7th day of March, Crispus and Constantine being consuls each of them for the second time.” – “Codex Justinianus, lib. S, tit. 12, 3”; translated in “History of the Christian Church,” Philip Schaff, D. D., (7-vol.ed.) Vol. III, p. 380. New York: 1884.


S00096a History of The Christian Church P Schaff 1953.pdf
S00096a History of The Christian Church P Schaff 1953.pub

Synod of Loadicea & Ganyra
S00097 History of the Councils of the Church C J Hefele

“Christians shall not Judaize and be idle on Saturday, but shall work on that day; but the Lord’s Day they shall especially honor, and, as being Christians, shall, if possible, do no work on that day.  If, however, they are found Judaizing, they shall be shut out from Christ.” – Canon 29 of the Council of Laodicea, as translated by C. J. Hefele, in his “A History of the Councils of the Church,” Edinburgh, Scotland; 1876.) The word rendered here as “Saturday” in English is “Sabbath” in the original text.  By the term “Lord’s Day” the canon means Sunday.

S00097a History of the Councils of the Church C J Hefele 1876.pdf
S00097a History of the Councils of the Church C J Hefele 1876.pub

Rest day
S00098 hutton Webster Rest Day

Rest Days

Hutton Webster Ph D                                           Sunday Origins

“the early Christians had at first adopted the Jewish seven-day week with its numbered week days, but by the close of the third century A. D. this began to give way to the Planetary week; and in the fourth an fifth centuries the pagan designations became generally accepted in the western half of Christendom.  The use of the planetary names by Christians attests the growing influence of astrological speculations introduced by converts from paganism….During these same centuries the spread of Oriental solar worships, especially that of Mithra [Persian sun worship], in the Roman world, had already led to the substitution by pagans of dies Solis Saturni, as the first day of the planetary week…. Thus gradually a pagan institution was engrafted on Christianity.”—Pages 220, 221.  A PAGAN INSTITUTION.  “This legislation by Constantine probably bore no relation to Christianity; it appears, on the contrary, that the emperor, in his capacity of Pontifex Maximus, was only adding the day of the sun, the worship of which was then firmly established in the Roman Empire, to the other ferial days of the sacred calendar.”  “What began, however, as a pagan ordinance, ended as a Christian regulation; and a long series of imperial decrees, during the fourth, fifth, and sixth centuries, enjoined with increasing stringency abstinence from labor on Sunday.”—“Rest Days.” Prof. Hutton Webster, pp. 122, 270.

S00098a Rest Days H Webster 1916.pdf
S00098a Rest Days H Webster 1916.pub

The Fourth Commandment
S00099 Plain Sermons on the Catechism vol p 334-336 I Williams 1950

“Where are we told in Scripture that we are to keep the first day at all?  We are commanded to keep the seventh; but we are nowhere commanded to keep the first day. . . .  The reason why we keep the first day of  the week holy instead of the seventh is for the same reason that we observe many other things, not because the Bible, but because the church, has enjoined it.” – Isaac Williams, Plain Sermons on the Catechism, vol. I, pp. 334-336.  1850’s

S00099b Plain Cermons on the Catechism Vol 1 pp 334 & 336 1882
“And where are we told in Scripture that we are to keep the first day at all?  We are commanded to keep the seventh; but we are nowhere commanded to keep the first day.”

“Plain Sermons on the Catechism,” Rev. Isaac Williams, B. D. (Church of England), Vol.1, pp. 334-336. London: Rivingtons, 1882.

S00099a Plain Sermons on The Catechism I Williams 1883.pdf
S00099a Plain Sermons on The Catechism I Williams 1883.pub

The Law of God
S000100a Lectures On Preaching M Simpson 1879 p 128 & 129
Bishop Matthew Simpson of the Methodist Episcopal Church, delivered the Yale Lectures on Preaching in the year 1878, which later were published by Eton and Mains under the title, “Lectures on Preaching.”  These were first published in the New York Independent.  In his fourth lecture, as reported in the Independent of Jan. 2, 1879, Bishop Simpson said:  “The law of God. . . should be distinctly set forth.  Our congregations should be gathered as around the base of Mt. Sinai, while from its summit is heard the voice of God in those commandments which are unalterable and eternal in their character. . . .  There are many preachers who love to dwell on the gospel alone. . . . They neglect these matters of the law, and assign them to place in the past age, claiming that men now can be best moved by love alone.  They may thus rear a beautiful structure; but its foundation is on the sand.  No true edifice can be raised without its foundations being dug deep by repentance toward God.  The gospel has no significance, except as it is based on the positive law, which Christ came not to destroy, but to fulfill.  The law without the gospel leads to service; the gospel without the law leads to antinomianism; the two combined – charity out of a pure heart and of a good conscience and of faith unfeigned.” 
S000100 Lectures On Preaching M Simpson1879.pdf
S000100 Lectures On Preaching M Simpson1879.pub

Doctrine of the Bible
S000101a Methodist Espiscopal Church 1878 M Simpson
Bishop Matthew Simpson of the Methodist Episcopal Church, delivered the Yale Lectures on Preaching in the year 1878, which later were published by Eton and Mains under the title, “Lectures on Preaching.”  These were first published in the New York Independent.  In his fourth lecture as reported in the Independent of Jan. 2, 1879, Bishop Simpson said:  “The law of God. . . should be distinctly set forth.  Our congregations should be gathered as around the base of Mt. Sinai, while from its summit is heard the voice of God in those commandments which are unalterable and eternal in their character. . . .There are many preachers who love to dwell on the gospel alone. . . .They neglect these matters of the law, and assign them to a place in the past age, claiming that men now can be best moved by love alone.  They may thus rear a beautiful structure; but its foundation is on the sand.  No true edifice can be raised without its foundations being dug deep by repentance toward God.  The gospel has no significance, except as it is based on the positive law, which Christ came not to destroy, but to fulfill.  The law without the gospel leads to service; the gospel without the law leads to antinomianism; the two combined – charity out of a pure heart and of a good conscience and of faith unfeigned.”

S000101 Lectures on Preaching Matthew Simpson.pdf
S000101 Lectures on Preaching Matthew Simpson.pub

Churche Constitution
S000102 Manual of th Church of the Nazarene 1944.pdf
S000102 Manual of th Church of the Nazarene 1944.pub

Must Syntax die that the Sabbath may live?
S000103 Methodist Review May-June 1899 p 401-402

1593.  Sunday, Authority for –Faulty Argument (Gamble’s “First of the Sabbaths”) Debunked.  Source: Wilbur Fletcher Steele, “Must Syntax Die That the Sabbath May Live?  Methodist Review, 81 (May-June, 1899), 401, 402.

[p.401] In the contest with the tireless seventh-day  Sabbatarians increasingly are certain Methodist writers insisting that the resurrection of Christ upon the first day of the week recovered and reenacted the original, creational, and true Sabbath.  With hearty sympathy does the writer view their every legitimate argument to establish the sanctity and foster the hallowing of the Lord’s Day.  But when a claim on its behalf is distinctly based upon, or forcibly corroborated by, a gross wresting of the Holy Scripture, suspicion as to its validity instinctively sets in, to say nothing of mortification and repugnance. . . .

[p. 402] This widely heralded Klondike discovery as to µΐαν σαββάτων turns out to be only the glitter of fool’s gold.  It rests upon the profoundest ignoring or ignorance of a law of syntax fundamental to inflected speech, and especially of the usage and influence of the Aramaic tongue which was the vernacular of Jesus and his apostles.  Must syntax die that the /Sabbath may live?  Let these affirmations be traversed: “4. No Greek word for ‘day’ occurs in any of the passages.”  Made for simple readers of English, that statement lacks candor.  Said word is there, latent, to a much greater degree than it is in our phrase, “the 25th of the month.”  Upon being asked, “the 25th what?”  The veriest child instantly replies, “day.”  But stronger yet is the case in hand.  The adjectival word µΐαν is in the feminine gender, and an immutable law requires adjective modifiers to agree with their nouns in gender.

Σάββατον is of the neuter gender (Mark ii, 27, τό σάββατον; iii, 2, τοΐξ σάββασϊν), and out of the question.  What feminine Greek word is latent in this phrase, and yet so patent as to reflect upon this adjective [sic] numeral its feminine hue?  Plainly the feminine word ήμέΟα, “day,” as  analogously it is found in Mark xiv, 12, πΟώτη ήμέΟα τών άξύμων, though latent in Matthew’s parallel (xxvi, 17), πΟώτη τών άξύμω, “the first day unleavened bread.”  Baldly to aver that “no Greek word for ‘day’ occurs in any of the passages,” is to blind the simple English reader to the fact that an inflected language, by its numerous genders and cases, can indicate the presence and force of latent words to an extent undreamed in English. . . As a vital or corroboratory part of any argument for the sanctifying of the Lord’s Day this traversed exegesis, instead of being a monumental discovery, is but a monumental blunder.  Thereby our foes will have us in derision.  Tell it not in Gath Publish it not in the streets of Battle CreekLest the daughters of the Sabbatarians rejoice,

 Lest the daughters of the Saturdarians triumph.

S000103a Methodist Review W V Kelley May-June 1899.pdf
S000103a Methodist Review W V Kelley May-June 1899.pdf

Baptism

S000104a Modes & Subjects of Baptism p 43 O M Fowler
CONGREGATIONAL 
Rev. Orin M. Fowler, A. M., Congregationalist.

“I ask, is there no duty binding on us except those enjoined by express command?  Then why do we observe the first day of the week as the Christian Sabbath?  There is no command in the Bible requiring us to observe the first day of the week as the Christian Sabbath.  If we admit the duty of keeping the first day of the week as the Christian Sabbath, W must rest the obligation of this duty on the original institution, as enjoined in the fourth command; and we must admit that, after the resurrection of Christ, a change of the day, from the seventh to the first day of the week, took place.  But there is no command recorded in the Bible en-joining the changes.” Modes and Subjects of Baptism, p. 43.

S000104 Mode And Subjects of Baptism O Fowler 1835.pdf
S000104 Mode And Subjects of Baptism O Fowler 1835.pub

Church Services
S000105 Narrative Portuguese Embassy F Alvarez 1520-1527.pdf
S000105 Narrative Portuguese Embassy F Alvarez 1520-1527.pub

Church Service-Sat & Sunday & Feast days
S000106 Narrative Portuguese Embassy To Abyssinia F Alvarez 1882.pdf
S000106 Narrative Portuguese Embassy To Abyssinia F Alvarez 1882.pub

Sabbth Observance
S000107 National Women's Christian Temperance Union J C Bateham.pdf
S000107 National Women's Christian Temperance Union J C Bateham.pub

Christ Sermon on The Mount
S000108 New Testament Brief Notes and Instructions J Edwards.pdf
S000108 New Testament Brief Notes and Instructions J Edwards.pub

The Law
S000109 Notes on The Gospels A Barnes 1856.pdf
S000109 Notes on The Gospels A Barnes 1856.pub

Baptist Congress
S000110 Offical report of Baptist Congress p 10 1894 A G Slocum

Rev. A. S. Carman (Baptist). – “Thus the observance of the Lord’s day as the Christian Sabbath, which is nowhere explicitly enjoined in the Scriptures, is yet found to be based on Scripture principles, and to have a modest basis of Scripture precedent, especially when we proceed backward from post-apostolic times to trace this growing observance,  It is doubtful whether, if we were left to the scanty indications of the New Testament alone, un aided by the light thrown on the New Testament from subsequent times, we should have been able to arrive at that observance of the Lord’s day which has been the priceless possession of Christendom.  At any rate, we owe a large debt to tradition for facts which aid us in the interpretation of the scanty intimation of Scripture on this subject.” –Official Report of Baptist Congress, 1894, p. 10. 

S000110a Proceedings of The Baptist Congress 1894.pdf
S000110a Proceedings of The Baptist Congress 1894.pub
S000110a1 Proceedings of Baptist Congress 1894.pub
S000110a1 Proceedings of Baptist Congress 1894.pub

Moral Law & Ceremonial Law
S000111 Our Banquet H A ST. John 1894.pdf
S000111 Our Banquet H A ST. John 1894.pub

Week
S000112 Schaff-Herzog Encyclopedia of Religious Knowledge 1891
“The expression hebdomas (a Greek word for “week”) is not found in the New Testament But rather Sabbaton (e.g., Luke 18:12) or Sabbale (e.g., Matt 28:1), used however, in the sense of it.” Schaff-Herzog Encyclopedia of Religious Knowledge Vol., 4, p2484, (1891)

S000112a  Religious Encyclopaedia P Schaff 1894.pdf
S000112a  Religious Encyclopaedia P Schaff 1894.pub

Sabbath Question
S000113 Religious Herald Richmond Virginia July 7 1892.pdf
S000113 Religious Herald Richmond Virginia July 7 1892.pub

Christians & Fourth Commanment
S000114 Religous Herald Richmond Virginia April 13 1893.pdf
S000114 Religous Herald Richmond Virginia April 13 1893.pub

Why do Protestants keep Sunday
S000115 Rome's Challenge Daily Bulletin Gerneral Conference Feb 24 1893.pdf
S000115 Rome's Challenge Daily Bulletin Gerneral Conference Feb 24 1893.pub

Letter from Alan C Don
S000116 Sabbath & Sunday Archbishop of Canterbury 1941.pdf
S000116 Sabbath & Sunday Archbishop of Canterbury 1941.pub

The first day of the week
S000117 Sabbath Observance The Lord's Day in Our Day W O Carver 1940.pdf
S000117 Sabbath Observance The Lord's Day in Our Day W O Carver 1940.pub

Remember The Sabbath
S000118a Sabbath Observance W O Carver 1940

“Jesus observed the Sabbath Day of his own people.  It was his custom to worship in the synagogues on the Sabbath Day.  After he entered upon his own ministry, he and his followers continued to recognize and use the Sabbath Day, but according to his own individual and spiritual insight and interpretation.  Even when Sabbath observance was made one of the chief grounds of bitter antagonism to him by the Pharisees he continued his recognition of the Sabbath and uttered no word that can properly be construed as lacking in deep reverence.  Apparently, he expected that his followers would continue to hold and inculcate the spirit of the historic Sabbath.” – W.O. Carver, Sabbath Observance, p. 25. Copyright, 1940, by Sunday School Board of the Southern Baptist Convention.

S000118 Sabbath Observance W O Carver 1940.pdf
S000118 Sabbath Observance W O Carver 1940.pub

Historical Survey
S000119 Sacred Geography and Antiquities E P Barrows 187.pdf
S000119 Sacred Geography and Antiquities E P Barrows 187.pub

Letter & Book
S000120 Sondagens Hisstorie 1886.pdf
S000120 Sondagens Hisstorie 1886.pub

Doctrines for Baptists
S000121 The Baptist Directory  Doctrines and Practices E T Hiscox.pdf
S000121The Baptist Directory  Doctrines and Practices E T Hiscox.pub


The Baptist Teacher
S000122 The Baptist Teacher

The Baptist Teacher, Baptist:   “The law long antedates the age of Moses.  It is as old as the race …. There is evidence of Sabbath observance from the very first, and the Lord from Sinai enjoins that that be “remembered” which was already in existence …. As it was from the beginning so it will be to the end …. Even the law of the Sabbath is as binding now as ever.  Every recurring seventh day is, in a peculiar sense, to be hallowed.”-July, 1895, PP. 316, 317.

S000122a The Baptist Teacher Philadlphia Jan 1870.pdf
S000122a The Baptist Teacher Philadlphia Jan 1870.pub
S000122b The Baptist Teacher for Sunday School Workers July 1895.pdf
S000122b The Baptist Teacher for Sunday School Workers July 1895.pub

The Protestant Episcopal Church
S000123 Book of Common Prayer
The twentieth of the thirty-nine articles of religion” of the Book of Common Prayer:  “It is not lawful for the church to ordain anything that is contrary to God’s written Word
S000123 The Book of Common Prayer Samuel Hart Sept 1 1896.pdf
S000123 The Book of Common Prayer Samuel Hart Sept 1 1896.pub

Articles of Religion
S000124 The Book of Common Prayer.pdf
S000124 The Book of Common Prayer.pub

The Sabbatical Day
S000125 The Central Baptist July 10 1890.pdf
S000125 The Central Baptist July 10 1890.pub

Ruins of Seoul Publishing House
S000126 Pacific Union Recorder Angwin California April 24 1930.pdf
S000126  Pacific Union Recorder Angwin California April 24 1930.pub

Chronology
S000127 Sabbath Quotes.pdf
S000127 Sabbath Quotes.pub

History of the word Sabbath
S000128 The Sabbath in Greek C W Irwin.pdf
S000128 The Sabbath in Greek C W Irwin.pub

The Sabbaths that were abolished
S000129 The signs of the Times  Kay M Adams Feb 22 1921.pdf
S000129 The signs of the Times  Kay M Adams Feb 22 1921.pub

Three days 7 three nights
S000130 Three Days and Three Nights J Crews 1970.pdf
S000130 Three Days and Three Nights J Crews 1970.pub

The Dynasty of Malcolm Canmore
S000131 Andrew Lang A History of Scotland 1901-1904.pdf
S000131 Andrew Lang A History of Scotland 1901-1904.pub
S000131a  A History of Scotland the Roman Occupation A Lang 1901.pub
S000131a A History of Scotland the Roman Occupation A Lang 1901.pdf
S000131b A History of Scotland from the Roman occupation A Lang 1901-1904.doc

The Burden of proof
S000132 Alexander Carson Baptism its mode and its subjects 1860

Dr. Carson, in his great work on baptism, says:  “With respect to religious doctrines and institutions, there is no antecedent probability that those in existence at any time are actually in Scripture.  The vast majority of religious rites used under the Christian name are the mere invention of men; and not a single institution of the Lord Jesus, as it is recorded in the New Testament, has been left unchanged; and it is no injustice to put each of them to the proof, because, if they are in the Scripture, proof is at all times accessible.”—Page 6

S000132a Baptism Mode & Subjects Alexander Carson 1857.pdf
S000132a Baptism Mode & Subjects Alexander Carson 1857.pub

The American Flag
S000133 American Flag.pdf
S000133 American Flag.pub

Justin Martyr
S000134 An Examination of the six texts Sir W Domville 1849.pdf
S000134 An Examination of the six texts Sir W Domville 1849.pub

History of the Seventh Day Baptists
S000135 An Original History of Religious Denominations I Daniel Rupp 1844.pdf
S000135 An Original History of Religious Denominations I Daniel Rupp 1844.pub

The Christian Sabbath
S000136 Ancient Christianity Exemplified L Coleman 1870

Lyman Coleman Says:  “The observance of the Lord’s day, as the first day of the week, was at first introduced as a separate institution.  Both this and the Jewish Sabbath, were kept for some time; finally, the latter passed wholly over into the former, which now took the place of the ancient Sabbath of the Israelites.  But their Sabbath, the last day of the week, was strictly kept, in connection with that of the first day, for a long time after the overthrow of the temple and its worship.  Down even to the fifth century, the observance of the Jewish Sabbath was continued in the Christian Church, but with a rigor and solemnity gradually diminishing, until it was wholly discontinued. * * *  Both were observed in the Christian Church down to the fifth century, with this difference, that I the Eastern Church both days were regarded as joyful occasions; but in the Western, the Jewish Sabbath was kept as a fast.”                                   Chap.26, sec. 2, Ancient Christianity  Exemplified.

S000136b Ancient Christianity Exmplified Chap 26 Sec 2 p 527 Lyman Coleman 1852
Ancient Christianity Exemplified Lyman Coleman Sunday Orgins from Sabbath to Sunday p. 25 1840  “Down even to the fifth century the observance of the Jewish Sabbath was continued in the Christian church, but with a rigor and solemnity gradually diminishing until it was wholly discontinued.” – Ancient Christianity Exemplified, Chap 26, Sec. 2, p. 527

S000136c Ancient Christianty Expemplified chap 26 sec 2 p 530 Lyman coleman 1852
“No law or precept appears to have been given by Christ or the apostles, either for the abrogation of the Jewish Sabbath or the institution of the Lord’s day, or the substitution of the first for the seventh day of the week.” – “Ancient Christianity Exemplified,” Lyman Coleman, Chap. 26, Sec 2 Philadelphia:  Lippincott, Grambo & Co., 1852

S000136a Ancient Christianity Exemplified Lyman Coleman 1852.pdf
S000136a Ancient Christianity Exemplified Lyman Coleman 1852.pub

Of the Festivals of the  Church                                                                                               S000137 L Coleman Bibliotheca Sacra.pdf
S000137 L Coleman Bibliotheca Sacra.pub
S000137a Ancient Christianty L Coleman 1869 Part 1.pdf
S000137a Ancient Christianty L Coleman 1869 Part 1.pub
S000137a Ancient Christianity L Coleman 1869 Part 2.pdf
S000137a Ancient Christianity L Coleman 1869 Part 2.pub

Baptist History
S000138 Baptist History J M Cramp 1796-1881.pdf
S000138 Baptist History J M Cramp 1796-1881.pub
S000138a Baptist History J M Cramp1869.pdf
S000138a Baptist History J M Cramp1869.pub
S000138b Baptist History J M Cramp 1869.doc

The Sabbath
S000139 Baptist Weekly of Oct 1879

The Baptist Weekly of October, 1879 says;-“Now the antiquity of the institution (the Sabbath) depends on the space of time covered by this word, “remember.”  It would lead us to infer at the least that the Israelites were acquainted with the Sabbath in Egypt; if acquainted with it there, it is but fair inference that the knowledge of it was brought into Egypt by Jacob’s family, and so backward to the time stated in the Mosaic record, where we find that “God blessed the seventh day and sanctified it.”  He set it apart as a memorial of his cessation from the creative work.  Here, then, we reach a principle; memorials were always instituted or se up synchronically with the events they were intended to commemorate.  The precious possessions of the ark (memorials) were not laid up there a thousand years after the events they were intended to commemorate.  The stones set up in Jordan to memorialize the passage of the Israelites, were not erected a thousand years after the passage.  The memorial is always coeval with the event which it symbolizes, and on this principle, there fore, the Sabbath must be as old as creation.”

S000139a The Baptist Weekly New York Oct 16 1879.pdf
S000139a The Baptist Weekly New York Oct 16 1879.pub

First Century Eccesiastical History
S000140 Baptized Paganism.pdf
S000140 Baptized Paganism.pub
S000140a Church History James Wharey 1840.pdf
S000140a Church History James Wharey 1840.pub
S000140b Church History Wharey's cen 1 chap 1 sec 5 p 23-24.doc

Seventh day rest
S000141 Bible Cyclopaedis A R Fausset 1903.pdf
S000141 Bible Cyclopaedis A R Fausset 1903.pub

Sabbath before the Law?
S000142 Bible Encyclopaedia Rev Samuel Fallows 1909 Sabbath.pdf
S000142 Bible Encyclopaedia Rev Samuel Fallows 1909 Sabbath.pub

Seventh Day Adventist
S000143 Bible Encyclopaedia Rev Samuel Fallows SDA 1909.pdf
S000143 Bible Encyclopaedia Rev Samuel Fallows SDA 1909.pub

Sabbath
S000144 Biblical Antiquities pp 366 367 Nevins

"The origin of the Sabbath is known to every one that has read the first three verses of the second chapter of Genesis, or learned to repeat the fourth commandment. … The seventh day was sanctified, or declared more holy than other days, before our first parents were become sinful and lost; even in Paradise, where all days were so full of the worship of God, this of the Sabbath was to be distinguished as peculiarly sacred, and to be observed as a continual memorial of his goodness and power displayed in the great work of creation. . . .“It was given as one of the ten commandments, which comprehended the whole moral law, and were proclaimed to the ancient church, as the original and fundamental rule of God’s government, that was never to be lost sight of, while the world should stand.”  Nevins, Biblical Antiquities, pp. 366, 367.

S000144a Biblical Antiquities John W Nevin 1849.pdf
S000144a Biblical Antiquities John W Nevin 1849.pub

Hebrew word meaning rest
S000145 Biblical Cyclopaedia J Eadie 1799.pdf
S000145 Biblical Cyclopaedia J Eadie 1799.pub

Sabbath is rest day
S000146 Biblical Cyclopaedia J Eadie 1878.pdf
S000146 Biblical Cyclopaedia J Eadie 1878.pub

Observance of Sunday is the Church alone
S000147 Hobart Church News Jul 2 1894

1864—1995 “The observance of the first instead of the seventh day rests on the testimony of the church, and the church alone.’—Hobart Church News (Episcopalian), July 2, 1894.  114 The Hope of the Race

  “The observance of the first instead of the seventh day rest on the testimony of the church, and the church alone.”—Hobart (Tasmania) Church News (Church of England), July 2, 1894.

S000147a  Church News Hobart Jul 2 1894.pdf
S000147a  Church News Hobart Jul 2 1894.pub

Preliminary Observations
S000148 First Day Observance J M Vankirk 1898
“The first day of the week is commonly called the Sabbath.  This is a Mistake.  The Sabbath of the Bible was the day just preceding the first day of the week.  The first day of the week is never called the Sabbath anywhere in the entire Scriptures.  It is also an error to talk about the change of the Sabbath.  There never was any change of the Sabbath from Saturday to Sunday.  There is not in any place in the Bible any intimation of such a change.”—First-Day Observance, pp. 17, 19.  Vankirk, John M.  13 Chapters on First Day Obervance 1898

S000148a Thirteen Chapters on First DayObservance J M Vankirk 1898.pdf
S000148a Thirteen Chapters on First DayObservance J M Vankirk 1898.pub

The hand of Mormon upon plates
S000149 Book of Mormon Mosiah 13 10 Commandments.pdf
S000149 Book of Mormon Mosiah 13 10 Commandments.pub

Sunday Sermons & Newspapers
S000150 Chicago Inter-Ocean Apr 23 1895

“Sunday is not the Sabbath of the Bible and every preacher knows that it is not….There is not a passage of Scripture, not one, in which commandment is given for change of the Sabbath from the seventh to the first day …. We know of no divine command for the observance of Sunday; we make bold to say there is no direct divine command for its usage.”—Chicago Inter-Ocean, April 23, 1895.

S000150a  The Daily Inter Ocean April 23 1895.pdf
S000150a  The Daily Inter Ocean April 23 1895.pub

Keeping the Lord's Day Holy
S000151 Chattanooga Times Nov 1 1978

This Sunday School lesson in the Chattanooga Times, November 12, 1978, entitled “Keeping the Lord’s Day Holy.” Caught my attention.  It was written by Dr. Eugene Barclay Norris.  It was published on the 11th, just before that lesson was to be taught in Sunday  Schools.  “How are we to observe the commandment?”  (Speaking of the fourth commandment). “The early Christian Church changed from the seventh day Saturday to the first day of the week, Sunday, because the church leaders believed the resurrection of Christ on Sunday was a more important event to center worship around than the creation even which ended Saturday.”

S000151a Chattanooga Times Nov 11 1978.pdf
S000151a Chattanooga Times Nov 11 1978.pub

Sunday not Day of Worship
S000152 The Abertam Oct 28 1949

“Nowhere in the Bible is it laid down that worship should be done on Sunday, the Archbishop told a hushed, still audience.” –Rev. Philip Carrington (Canadian Anglican), Sermon, Oct. 27, 1949, reported in the Calgary Albertan, Oct. 28, 1949.

S000152a The Albertan Oct 28 1949.pdf
S000152a The Albertan Oct 28 1949.pub

Christs own Church
S000153b Christ 's Own Church pp 44 45 M J Scott 1930
“There is not a word in the Gospels about changing the day of worship from Saturday to Sunday.  Up to the time of the establishment of the church of Christ, the day of worship was Saturday which in Hebrew is Sabbath.  The Christian day of worship is Sunday, not Saturday.  We call Sunday the Sabbath sometimes, because that was the established name for the day of worship in the Old Testament.  To change the day of worship was a momentous thing for the new church to do.  Unless it was by the authority of God it would not and could not have been done.  Yet, there is no special authorization for this change in Scripture.  Those who affirm that the Bible is the sole rule of faith, should leave off Sunday church-going and worship on the Sabbath, as the Jews do to this day, and as the Old Testament ordains.” –Martin J. Scott, S. J., “Christ’s Own Church,” pp. 44, 45.  (P.J. Kenedy and Sons, New York City; 1930.)

S000153a Christ's Own Church Martin J Scott 1930.pdf
S000153a Christ's Own Church Martin J Scott 1930.pub

The Delalogue
S000154 The Decalogue p 156

Dr. Robert Henry Charles says:  “Christianity has abrogated the Sabbath.  It has altered the day of the week, the hours when it begins and closes, and likewise the grounds for, and the manner of, its observance.”  The Decalogue, p. 156.

S000154a  The Decalogue R H Charles 1923.pdf
S000154a The Decalogue R H Charles 1923.pub

The Christian System
S000155 The Christian System p 130 Second Edition 1839

CHRISTIAN CHURCH ALEXANDER CAMPBELL, founder of the Disciples of Christ; from which came the Churches of Christ:  “The religious observance of weeks or Sabbaths in commemoration of creation ... was religiously observed to the giving of the law …. Thus the law of the Sabbath commences with the words ‘Remember the Sabbath.’ The righteous always remembered the weeks, and regarded the conclusion of the week as holy to the Lord.  Hence, even after  the apostasy, which issued in the neglect of family worship, in consequence of the sons of God intermarrying with the daughters of men, and which brought a flood of water upon the world of the ungodly—we find Noah religiously counting his weeks even while incarcerated in the ark.  In the wilderness of Sin, before the giving of the law, we also find the Jews observance of  it, God wrought three special miracles during the peregrinations of Israel.   He gave two days’ portion of manna on the sixth day-none on the seventh-and preserved from putrefaction that portion laid up for the Sabbath.”  “The Christian System,” Page 130, second edition, (1839).

S000155a The Christian System Alexander Campbell 1839.pdf
S000155a The Christian System Alexander Campbell 1839.pub

The Christian Doctrine
S000156 The Christian Doctrine book 2 chap 7 Prose Works J Milton 1853

CHRISTIAN CHURCH ALEXANDER CAMPBELL, founder of the Disciples of Christ; from which came the Churches of Christ: The religious observance of weeks or Sabbaths in commemoration of creation ... was religiously observed to the giving of the law …. Thus the law of the Sabbath commences with the words ‘Remember the Sabbath.’ The righteous always remembered the weeks, and regarded the conclusion of the week as holy to the Lord.  Hence, even after  the apostasy, which issued in the neglect of family worship, in consequence of the sons of God intermarrying with the daughters of men, and which brought a flood of water upon the world of the ungodly—we find Noah religiously counting his weeks even while incarcerated in the ark.  In the wilderness of Sin, before the giving of the law, we also find the Jews observance of  it, God wrought three special miracles during the peregrinations of Israel.   He gave two days’ portion of manna on the sixth day-none on the seventh-and preserved from putrefaction that portion laid up for the Sabbath.”  “The Christian System,” Page 130, second edition, (1839).  A Treatise on Christian Doctrine J Milton 1865

“For if we under the gospel are to regulate the time of our public worship by the prescriptions of the Decalogue, it will surely be far safer to observe the seventh day, according to the express commandment of God, than on the authority of mere human conjecture to adopt the first.”—John Milton, A treatise on Christian Doctrine:  cited in Robert Cox, The Literature of the Sabbath Question (1865), vol.2, p. 54.

S000156b Prose Works John Milton 1853 Part 1.pdf
S000156b Prose Works John Milton 1853 Part 1.pub
S000156b Prose Works John Milton 1853 Part 2.pdf
S000156b Prose Works John Milton 1853 Part 2.pub
S000156b Prose Works John Milton 1853 Part 3.pdf
S000156b Prose Works John Milton 1853 Part 3.pub

Institutions of Christianity
S000157a The Methodist Episcopal Binney p 180

The Methodist Episcopal “Theological Compend” (page 180) says: “It is true there is no positive command for infant baptism …. Nor is there any for keeping holy the first day of the week.”


S000157b Methodist Episcopal A Binney 1840 p 180 & 181 

Methodist Episcopal “Theological Compend,” by  Amos Binney:  “It is true, there is no positive command for infant baptism. … Nor is there any for keeping holy the first day of the week.”—Page 180, 181.       1840’s


S000157c The Methodist Episcopal A Binney 1840
The Methodist Episcopal “Theological Compend” (page 180) says:  “It is true there is no positive command for infant baptism . . . . Nor is there any for keeping holy the first day of the week.”

S000157 Binneys Theological Compend Amos Binney & Daniel Steele1875.pdf
S000157 Binneys Theological Compend Amos Binney & Daniel Steele1875.pub

Loadicea, Council of
S000158 Cyclopaedia Biblical Theological &Ecclesiastical J M'Clintock & J Strong 1883.pdf
S000158 Cyclopaedia Biblical Theological &Ecclesiastical J M'Clintock & J Strong 1883.pub

Sabbath
S000159 Dictionary of Christian Antiquities W Smith & S Cheetham

“The notion of a formal substitution by apostolic authority of the Lord’s Day [meaning Sunday] for the Jewish Sabbath [or the first for the seventh day] … and the transference to it, perhaps in a spiritualized form, of the sabbatical obligation established by the promulgation of the Fourth Commandment has no basis whatever either in Holy

Scripture or in Christian antiquity.”—Sir William Smith and Samuel Cheetham, A Dictionary of Christian Antiquities, Vol. 2, p. 182, Article “Sabbath.”

S000159a Dictionary Christian Antiquities W Smith S Cheetham 1880.Part 1.pdf
S000159a Dictionary Christian Antiquities W Smith S Cheetham 1880.Part 1.pub
S000159a Dictionary Christian Antiquities W Smith S Cheetham 1880.Part 2.pdf
S000159a Dictionary Christian Antiquities W Smith S Cheetham 1880.Part 2.pub

Sabbath-rest day
S000160 Eadies Biblical Cyclopaedia 1872 p 561

"Sunday was a name given by the heathens to the first day of the week, because it was the day on which they worshipped the sun, the seventh day was blessed and hallowed by God Himself, and … He requires His creatures to keep it holy to Him.  This commandment is of universal and perpetual obligation …. The Creator “blessed the seventh day”—declared it to  be a day above all days, a day on which His favour should assuredly rest, … So long, then , as man exists, and the world around him endures, does the law of the early Sabbath remain.  It cannot be set aside, so long as its foundations last.  … It is not the Jewish Sabbath, properly so-called, which is ordained in the fourth commandment.  In the whole of that injunction there is no Jewish element, any more than there is in the third commandment, or the sixth.”- Eadie’s Biblical Cyclopaedia, 1872 Edition, P. 561.


S000160a Edie's Biblical Cyclopaedia 1872 p 572
“Sunday was a name given by the heathen to the first day of the week, because it was the day on which they worshipped the sun …. The seventh day was blessed and hallowed by God himself, and ... He requires his creatures to keep it holy to him.  This commandment is of universal and perpetual obligation …. The Creator ‘blessed the seventh day’—declared it to be a day above all days, a day on which his favour should assuredly rest …. So long, then, as man exists, and the world around him endures, does the law of the early Sabbath remain.  It cannot be set aside, so long as its foundations last.  Man as man, is required to rest every seventh day …. Man is to rest, and the work of creation is to be commemorated.  It is not the Jewish Sabbath, properly so-called, which is ordained in the fourth commandment.  In the whole of that injunction there is no Jewish element, any more that there is in the third commandment, or the sixth.” –Eadie’s Biblical Cyclopaedia, 1872, P. 572 P. 561 from another reference.

S000160b Eadie's Biblical Cyclopaedia 1901.pdf
S000160b Eadie's Biblical Cyclopaedia 1901.pub

The first day of week
S000161 Encyclopedia Americana

“Constantine the Great made a law for the whole empire (321 A.D.)

That Sunday should be kept as a day of rest in all cities and towns; but he allowed the country people to follow their work.”- Encyclopedia Americana, article “Sabbath.”

 S000161a Encyclopedia Britannica, Sunday, vol 26.pdf
S000161a Encyclopedia Britannica, Sunday, vol 26.pub

Sunday papers has greater influence for evil
S000162 Friends of the Sabbath Oct 26 1892.pdf
S000162 Friends of the Sabbath Oct 26 1892.pub

Sabbath Ordained by God

S000163 Dictionary of Dates Haydn's 1883                       
“Upon the publication of the ‘Book of Sports’ in 1618, a violent controversy arose among English divines on two points: first, whether the Sabbath of the fourth commandment was in force among Christians; and, secondly, whether, and on what ground, the first day of the week was entitled to be distinguished and observed as ‘the Sabbath.’  In 1628 Theophilus Brabourne, a clergyman, published the first work in favor of the seventh day, or Saturday, as the true Christian Sabbath.  He and several others suffered great persecution.” –Haydn’s Dictionary of Dates, art.  “Sabbatarians,” p. 602. New York: Harper and Brothers, 1883

S000163a Haydn's Dictionary of Dates and Universal Information 1883.pdf
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Eccles.Life Novatians  & Holy Seasons
S000164 History of the Christian Church p 67 paragraph 69 c Hase

Doctor Charles Hase says:*  “The Roman Church regarded Saturday as a fast day in direct opposition to those who regarded it as a Sabbath.”

*History of the Christian Church, P. 67, Paragraph 69.  N.Y. 1855

S000164a History Christian Church C Hase 1872.pdf
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From Constantine to Gregory L
S000165 History of The Christian Church G P Fisher 1893.pdf
S000165 History of The Christian Church G P Fisher 1893.pub

Pope Pius IX came down

S000166a History of the Christian Church p 415 N Summerbell
“The Catholic Church . . . after changing the day of rest from the Jewish Sabbath, or seventh day of the week, to the first, made the  . . . commandments refer to Sunday as the day to be kept holy as the Lord’s Day.” –Catholic Encyclopaedia, Volume 4, page 153, Article “Commandments of God.’

S000166b History of the Christian Church Summerbell 1873
No. 49. Subject:  Change of the Sabbath:  Disciples of Christ – Summerbell, N.: A True History of the Christians and the Church from A.M. 4004 to A. D. 1870.  This book is in the SDA Theological Seminary Library.  In it occurs the statement that the Roman Church “Reversed the Fourth Commandment by doing away with the Sabbath of God’s word, and instituting Sunday as a holiday.”  The importance of this lies in the fact that Summerbell was the outstanding Campbellites.  Title, Preface, pp. 416-417, and pp. 418-419, 4 exposures.  Also No. 49 in combined reduced 81/2” x 11” notebook size, I exposure.  Order No. 49N.

S000166b History of the Christian Church Summerbell 1873 pp 416 417            We have the direct testimony of Prof. N. Summerbell, a prominent minister and author of the Christian Church, once president of Antioch (Ohio) College, that the Roman Catholic Church changed the observance of the Sabbath.  He says in his “History of the Christian Church,” on page 415:  “It {the Roman Church} reversed the fourth commandment by doing away with the Sabbath of God’s word, and instituting Sunday as a holiday.”

S000166 History of the Christian Church Summerbell 1873.pdf
S000166 History of the Christian Church Summerbell 1873.pub

Perpetuity of the Law
S000167a Wesley Standard Sermon J Wesly 1968

From another of the sermons of Wesley we take the following:

"It therefore behooves all who desire either to come to Christ, or to walk in Him whom they have received, to take heed how they ‘make void the law through faith;’ to secure us effectually against which, let us inquire first, Which are the most usual ways of ‘making void the law through faith’? And secondly, How we may follow the apostle and by faith establish the law?

            “1. Let us first inquire, What are the most usual ways of making void the law through faith?  Now the way for a preacher to make it all void at a stroke is, not to preach it at all.  This is just the same thing as to blot it out of the oracles of God.  More especially, when it is done with design; when it is made a rule not to preach the law, and the very phrase, ‘a preacher of the law,’ is used as a term of reproach, as though it meant little less than an enemy of the gospel.

            “2. All this proceeds from the deepest ignorance of the nature, properties, and use of the law; and proves that those who act thus, either know not Christ,--are utter strangers to living faith, -- or at least that they are but babes in Christ, and as such, ‘unskilled in word of righteousness.’

            “3. Their grand plea is this:  That preaching the gospel, that is, according to their judgment, the speaking of nothing but the sufferings and merits of Christ, answers all the ends of the law.  But this we utterly deny.  It does not answer the very first end of the law, namely, the convincing men of sin, the awakening of those who are still asleep on the brink of hell.  There may have been here and there an exempt case.  One in a thousand may have been awakened by the gospel, but this is no general rule.  The ordinary method of God is to convict sinners by the law, and that only.  The gospel is not the means which God hath ordained, or which our Lord Himself used, for this end.  We have no authority in Scripture for applying it thus, nor have we any ground to think it will prove effectual.  Nor have we any more ground to expect this from the nature of the thing.  ‘They that be whole,’ as our Lord Himself observes, ‘need not a physician, but they that are sick.’  It is absurd, therefore, to offer a physician to them that are whole, or at least imagine themselves to be.  You are first to convince them that they are sick; otherwise they will not thank you for your labor.  It is equally absurd to offer Christ to them whose heart is whole, having never yet been broken.  It is, in the proper sense, ‘casting pearls before swine.’  Doubtless ‘they will trample them underfoot;’ and it is no more than you have reason to expect, if they also ‘turn again and rend you.’”—“Sermons,” Vol. I, , pp. 216, 217                                                                                             

S000167b Sermans J. Wesly 1968                                     

The father of Methodism, John Wesley, had much to say regarding the law of God, and the duty of Christians to observe it.  He strongly defended it against those who taught its abolition.  We direct particular attention to the statements that follow, all taken from his writings:

“The moral law contained in the ten  commandments, and enforced by the prophets, He [Christ] did not take away.  It was not the design of His coming to revoke any part of this.  This is a law which never can be broken, which ‘stands fast as the faithful witness in heaven.’  The moral law stands on an entirely different foundation from the ceremonial or ritual law. . . .  Every part of this law must remain in force upon all mankind and in all ages; as not depending either on time, or place, or any other circumstance liable to change, but on the nature of God and the nature of man, and their unchangeable relation to each other.”—From “Sermons on several Occasions,” being Sermon XXV, “On the Sermon on the Mount” (two-volume edition), Vol.1, pp. 221, 222.  Wesley on the Perpetuity of law From the same sermon we take these statements:

 

            “In the highest rank of the enemies of the gospel of Christ, are they who, openly and explicitly, “ judge the law,’ itself, and ‘speak evil of the law;’ who teach men to break (lusai, to dissolve, to loose, to untie the obligation of) not one only, whether of the least or of the greatest, but all the commandments at a stroke; who teach, without any cover, in so many  words, ‘What did our Lord  do with the law?  He abolished it.  There is but one duty, which is that of believing...  This is indeed carrying matters with a high hand; this is withstanding our Lord to the face and telling Him that He understood not how to deliver the message on which He was sent.  O Lord, lay not this sin to their charge.  Father, forgive them; for they know not what they do!

 

            “The most surprising of all the circumstances that attend this strong delusion is, that they are given up to it really believe that they honor Christ by overthrowing His laws, and that they are magnifying His office while they are destroying His doctrine!  Yea, they honor Him just as Judas did, when he said, ‘Hail, Master, and kissed Him.’ And He may as justly say to every one of them, ‘Betrayest thou the Son of man with a kiss?  It is no other than betraying Him with a kiss to talk of His blood and take away His crown; to set light by any part of His law, under pretense of advancing His gospel.  Nor indeed can any one escape this charge who preaches faith in any such a manner as either directly or indirectly tends to set aside any branch of obedience; who preaches Christ so as to disannul, or weaken in any wise, the least of the commandments of God

P. 221-226


S000167b Sermons on Several Occasions J Wesley Vol 1 p 221 222 

The father of Methodism, John Wesley, had much to say regarding the law of God, and the duty of Christians to observe it.  He strongly defended it against those who taught its abolition.  We direct particular attention to the statements that follow, all taken from his writings:

The moral law contained in the ten commandments, and enforced by the prophets, He [Christ] did not take away.  It was not the design of His coming to revoke any part of this.  This is a law which never can be broken, which ‘stands fast as the faithful witness in heaven.’  The moral law stands on an entirely different foundation from the ceremonial or ritual law. . . . Every part of this law must remain in force upon all mankind and in all ages; as not depending either on time, or place, or any other circumstance liable to change, but on the nature of God and the nature of man, and their unchangeable relation to each other.”—From “Sermons on Several Occasions,” being Sermon XXV, “On the Sermon on the Mount” (two-volume edition), Vol. I, pp. 221, 222.

Wesley on the Perpetuity of the Law From the same sermon we take these statements:  In the highest rank of the enemies of the gospel of Christ, are they who, openly and explicitly, ‘judge the law,’ itself, and ‘speak evil of the law;’ Who teach men to break (lusai, to dissolve, to loose, to untie the obligation of ) not one only, whether of the least or of the greatest, but all the commandments at a stroke; who teach, without any cover, in so many words, ‘what did our Lord do with the law?  He abolished it.  There is but one duty, which is that of believing. . . .’ This is indeed carrying matters with a high hand; this is withstanding our Lord to the face, and telling Him that He understood not how to deliver the message on which He was sent.  O Lord, lay not this sin to their charge, Father, forgive them; for they know not what they do! The most surprising of all the circumstances that attend this strong delusion is, that they who are given up to it really believe that they honor Christ by overthrowing His law, and that they are magnifying His office while they are destroying His doctrine!  Yea, they honor Him just as Judas did, when he said, ‘Hail, Master, and kissed Him.’  And He may as justly say to every one of them, ‘Betrayest thou the Son of man with a kiss?’  It is no other than betraying Him with a kiss to talk of His blood and take away His crown; to set light by any part of His law, under pretense of advancing His gospel.  Nor indeed can any one escape this charge who preaches faith in any such a manner as either directly or indirectly tends to set aside any branch of obedience; who preaches Christ so as to disannul, or weaken in any wise, the least of the commandments of God.”

S000167 John Wesley's Standard Sermon 1968.pdf
S000167 John Wesley's Standard Sermon 1968.pub

Not a Jewish Law but a law of nature
S000168 Wilbur F Crafts The Sabbath for Man 1889.pdf
S000168 Wilbur F Crafts The Sabbath for Man 1889.pub
S000168a Sabbath For Man Wilbur F Crafts 1892.pdf
S000168a Sabbath For Man Wilbur F Crafts 1892.pub

Sabbath Miracles
S000169 Saviour's Sabbath Miracles.pdf
S000169 Saviour's Sabbath Miracles.pub

Life & Worship
S000170 Manual of Church History Henry E F  Guericke 1803-1878.pdf
S000170 Manual of Church History Henry E F  Guericke 1803-1878.pub

The first to the twelfth century inclusive
S000171 Manual of Ecclesiastical History E S Foulke 1857
·    In further proof of the observance of the Sabbath during the first three centuries.  See Manual of Ecclesiastical History, by  Rev. E. S. Foulke, pp. 28 and 65, Oxford, 1857, and also, Manual of Church History, by E> F. Guerick, p. 135, Andover, 1857

S000171a Manual of Ecclesiastical History E S Foulkes 1851.pdf
S000171a Manual of Ecclesiastical History E S Foulkes 1851.pub

The Doctrine of the Sabbath Delivered
S000172 Morality of the Fpurth Commandment W Twisses 1641

An old work on the “Morality of the Fourth Commandment,” by William Twisse, D. D. has the following” Yet, for some hundred years in the primitive Church, not the Lord’s day only, but the Seventh day also, was religiously observed, not by Ebion and Cerin-thus only, but by pious Christians also, as Baronius writeth, and Gomarus confesseth, and Rivert also.”  Page 9. London, 1641

S000172a  Morality of th Fourth Commandement William Twiffe 1641.pdf
S000172a Morality of th Fourth Commandement William Twiffe 1641.pub

Roman Catholic response
S000173 Movements to unite church and state.pdf
S000173 Movements to unite church and state.pub

The law in the heart
S000174 Open Windows Oct Nov Dec 1943.pdf
S000174 Open Windows Oct Nov Dec 1943.pub

Between two thieves
S000175 Our Banquet Between Two Thieves.pdf
S000175 Our Banquet Between Two Thieves.pub

Remember the Sabbath & Keep it Holy
S000176 Our Banquet Creation's Memorial, 1894.pdf
S000176 Our Banquet Creation's Memorial, 1894.pub

The Seventh Day Sabbath
S000177 Our Banquet, H A St John.pdf
S000177 Our Banquet, H A St John.pub

Traces of the Sabbath in Ancient Lands
S000178 Our Rest Day Thomas Hamilton 1886.pdf
S000178 Our Rest Day Thomas Hamilton 1886.pub

Sun-Worship the oldest form of paganism
S000179 Paganism Surviving in Christianity A H Lewis 1892 Part 1.pdf
S000179 Paganism Surviving in Christianity A H Lewis 1892 Part 1.pub
S000179 Paganism Surviving in Chrisitianity A H Lewis 1892 Part 2.pdf
S000179 Paganism Surviving in Chrisitianity A H Lewis 1892 Part 2.pub
S000179 Paganism Surviving in Chrisitianity A H Lewis 1892 Part 3.pdf
S000179 Paganism Surviving in Chrisitianity A H Lewis 1892 Part 3.pub

Primitive Church
S000180 Primitive Church King 1691

King says:* “For the Eastern Churches, in compliance with the Jewish converts, who were numerous in those parts performed on the seventh day the same public religious services that they did on the first day, observing both the one and the other, as a festival.  Whence Origen enumerates Saturday as one of the four feasts solemnized in his time, though, on the contrary, some of the Western Churches, that they might not seem to Judaize, fasted on Saturday.  So that, besides the Lord’s Day, Saturday was an usual season whereon many Churches solemnized their religious services.  *”Primitive Church,” first published 1691, pp. 126, 127. Peter King, An Enquiry into the constitution, discipline, unity & worship of the Primitive Church that flourished within the 1st375

437

S000180a Primitive Church Peter King 1841.pdf
S000180a Primitive Church Peter King 1841.pub

Pillars of Truth
S000181 The Pillars of truth E O Haven 1866

Bishop E. O. Haven, D. D., LL. D., once president of the Michigan State University, says:  “There are some who maintain that it can be chronologically demonstrated that, on account of some confusion in time of disaster, revolution, and ignorance, the Jews are themselves mistaken, and that the genuine Sabbath  is our Sunday. Wrongly called ‘the first day of the week.’  There is no good reason, however, for denying that the Jewish Sabbath is the true seventh day, reckoning from the creation of man, and that the Christian Sunday is the first day of the Hebrew week, or the genuine week.’—The Pillars of Truth. 1866


S000181b Pillars of Truth p 88 E O Haven
“The Sabbath was made for MAN; not for the Hebrews, but for all men.” –E.O. Haven, Pillars of Truth, p. 88.


S000181c Pillars of Truth p 235 E O Haven 

Bishop E. O. Haven, also of the Methodist Episcopal Church, and one-time president of Michigan University, said:   This Decalogue can never become obsolete.  It was designed for all men, and, obeyed, would render all men noble and worthy of immortal blessedness.  It is a kind of consecration of the moral teachings of the Bible.”—“Pillars of Truth,” p.
S000181a Pillars of Truth E O Haven 1866.pdf
S000181a Pillars of Truth E O Haven 1866.pub

The first ages of the Gospel
S000182 W Cave Primitibe Christianity 1672 

Cave, WilliamPrimitive Christianity:  Or, The Religion of the Ancient Christian in the first Ages of the Gospel.  London:  J.H. for R. Chiswel, 1682.  8 vo. [42], 352, 388, [5], [7 ads] pp.  Contemp. Panelled calf, covers detached, spine defective, minor dampstains, occ. Pen marks.  Engraved extra title.  Fourth edition (so stated).  Cave (1637-1713); “The merits of Cave as a writer consist in the thoroughness of his research, the clearness of his style, and above all, the admirably lucid method of his arrangement.  Thus, in ‘Primitive Christianity,’ in part I., he deals systematically with the charges against the primitive Christians ‘the novelty of their doctrines, their mean condition, their manner of life; then dwells on ‘the positive pars of their religion,’ their piety to God, places of worship, fasts and festivals, ministers, sacraments.  In part II. He discusses their ‘religion as respecting themselves, their humility, heavenly-mindedness, sobriety of dress, temperance, chastity, religious constancy, patience in suffering.’  In part III. He treats of their ‘religion as respecting other men,’ their justice and honesty, love and charity, unity and peaceableness, obedience to civil government, and discipline and penance.’ DNB Wing C1601. 3807 Religion. Theology. Christianit

S000182a W Cave Primitivie Christianity Oxford 1840

William Cave, D.D. in a work entitled Primitive Christianity* testifies as follows:  “The Sabbath, or Saturday, for so the word Sabbatum is constantly used in the writings of the fathers when speaking of it as it relates to Christians, was held by them in great veneration, and especially in the Eastern parts, honored with all the public solemnities of religion.  For which we are to know, that the Gospel in those parts mainly prevailing amongst the Jews, they being generally the converts to the Christian faith, they still retained a mighty reverence for the Mosaic institutions, and especially for the Sabbath. As that this had been appointed by God himself as a memorial of His rest from the work of creation. Settled by their great master Moses, and celebrated by their ancestors for so many ages as the solemn day of their pubic worship, and were therefore very loth that it should be wholly antiquated and laid aside.* *   Hence they usually had most parts of divine service performed upon that day:  they met together for public prayers, for reading the *P.83, Oxford, 1840.  Scriptures, celebration of the Sacraments, and such like duties.  This is plain, not only from some passages in Ignatius, and Clemen’s Constitutions, but from writers of more unquestionable credit and authority,  Athanasius, bishop of Alexandria tells us that they assemble on Saturdays, not that they were infected with Judaism, but only to worship Jesus Christ, the Lord of the Sabbath; and Socrates, speaking of the usual times of their public meeting, calls the Sabbath and the Lord’s day, the weekly festivals on which the congregation was.  wont to meet in the Church for the performance of divine services.  Therefore the council of Laodicea amongst other things decreed,* that upon Saturdays the gospels and other scriptures should be read.  Upon this day also as well as upon Sunday, all fasts were severely prohibited, (an infallible argument they counted it a festival day) one Saturday in the year only excepted, viz: That before Easter day, which was always as to need no proof. * * * Thus stood the case in the Eastern Church:  in those in the West we find it somewhat different.  Amongst them it was no observed as a religious festival, but kept as a constant fast.  The reason whereof, (as it given by Pope Innocent, in an epistle to the Bishop Eugubium, where he treats of this very case,) seems most probable.  ‘ if (says he) we commemorate Christ’s resurrection, not only a Easter, but every Lord’s day, and fast upon Friday, because it was the day of his passion , we ought not to pass by Saturday, which is the middle time between the days of grief and joy; the apostles themselves spending those two days, viz:  Friday and the Sabbath, in great sorrow and heaviness; and he thinks no doubt ought to be made, but that the apostles fasted upon those two days; whence the Church had a tradition, that the sacraments were not to be administered on those days, and therefore concludes that every Saturday, or Sabbath, ought to be kept a fast.  To the same purpose the council of Illiberis ordained* that a Saturday festival was an error that ought to be reformed, and that men ought to fast on every Sabbath.  But, though this seems to have been the general practice, yet it did not obtain in all places of the West alike.  In Italy itself, it was otherwise at Milan, where Saturday was a festival; and it is said in the life of Saint Ambrose, who was bishop of that Sec, that he constantly dined as well upon Saturday as upon the Lords’ day, and used also upon that day to preach to the people.”  * Can. 36.

S000182b W Cub.pdf
S000182b W Cub.pub

Sabbaton or Sabbata
S000183a Schaff-Herzog Encyclopedia of Religious Knowledge Vol 4 p 2484 1891

“The expression hebdomas [a Greek word for “week”] is not found in the New Testament, but rather sabbaton (e.g., Luke 18:12) or sabbata (e.g., Matt.28:1), used, however, in the sense of it.” –Schaff-Herzog Encyclopedia of Religious Knowledge, vol. 4, p. 2484, art. “Week” (ed. 1891).

S000183 Religious Encyclopaedia P Schaff 1894.pdf
S000183 Religious Encyclopaedia P Schaff 1894.pub

The Sermon on the Mount
S000184 Sermons on Several Occasions John Wesley.pdf
S000184 Sermons on Several Occasions John Wesley.pub

The Sacraments
S000185 Short History of The Early Church John F Hurst 1886.pdf
S000185 Short History of The Early Church John F Hurst 1886.pub

Justin Martyr

S000186a An Examination of the six texts Vol 1 p 291 

Sir William Domville* Says:  “Centuries of the Christian era passed away before the Sunday was observed by the Christian Church as a Sabbath.  History does not furnish us with a single proof or indication that it was at any time so observed previous to the Sabbatical edict of Constantine in A. D. 321. * Examination of the six texts, vol. 1 p. 291.


S000186b An Examination of the six texts p 274 76
Sir William Domville! Makes the following just criticism.

"From it” the passage above quoted from Justin “we learn the fact, that in somewhat more than a century after the death of Christ, the Sunday had come to be regarded as a stated day of public prayer and religious instruction; but that it was observed also as a Sabbath, there is still no trace to be found.  All that Justin states of the religious rites of the day is not only compatible with the belief that it was not Sabbatically observed, but authorizes by its silence on that point, a clear inference that, except during the time of divine service, the Christians of that period lawfully might, and actually did, follow their worldly pursuits on Sunday.  This inference appears irresistible when we further consider that Justin, in this part of his apology, is professedly intending to describe the mode in which Christians observed the Sunday.  He accordingly states what it was, which, from a sense of religious duty, they did on the Sunday; but if there were anything which from a sense of religious duty they did not do on that day, it was equally within his purpose, and equally incumbent upon him, to notice that also; for it must be quite as essential to the proper observance of the Sunday to omit doing what is unlawful to be done in it, as it is to omit doing what is unlawful to be done in it, as it is to do that which is required to be done.  Yet Justin says not a word of the duty and the practice of abstaining from labor on the Sunday, a conclusive proof that no such duty was then known to Christians, and no such practice in use among them.  It would be no sufficient answer to this argument to reply, that it was not likely Justin should enter into such full particulars in a memorial addressed to a heathen emperor. Why should he not?  He evidently intends to give all information requisite to an accurate knowledge of the subject he treats upon.  He is even so particular as to tell the emperor why the Sunday was observed; and he does in fact, specify every active duty belonging to the day, the Scripture reading, the exhortation, the public prayer, the sacrament and the alms-giving:  why then should he not also inform the emperor of the one inactive duty of the; the duty of abstaining from doing in it any manner of work? *** If such was the custom of Christians in Justin’s time, his description of their Sunday duties was essentially defective.  It is not however at all probable he would intend to omit noticing so important a characteristic of the day, as the sabbatical observance of it, if it was in fact Sabbatically observed.  But even were it probable he should intend to omit all mention of it in his apology to the emperor, it would be impossible to imagine any sufficient cause for his remaining silent on the subject in his Dialogue with Trypho the Jew; and this, whether the Dialogue was real or imaginary, for if the latter, Justin would still, as Dr. Lardner has observed ‘choose to write in character.’  “The testimony of Justin therefore proves most clearly two facts of great importance in the Sabbath controversy; the one, that the Christians in his time observed the Sunday as a prayer day; the other that they did not observe it as a Sabbath day.”

 

Examination of the six texts, p. 274, 76.

S000186 Sir W Domville an examination the six Texts 1774-1860.pdf
S000186 Sir W Domville an examination the six Texts 1774-1860.pub
S000186c The Sabbath Sir W Domville.pdf
S000186c The Sabbath Sir W Domville.pub

Sabbathism
S000187 Spiritual Sabbathism A HLewis 1910. Part 1.pdf
S000187 Spiritual Sabbathism A HLewis 1910. Part 1.pub
S000187 Spiritual Sabbathism A H Lewis 1910 Part 2.pdf
S000187 Spiritual Sabbathism A H Lewis 1910 Part 2.pub

Closing gates of World Fair
S000188 Sunday and The Fair R V Hunter Dec 28 1892.pdf
S000188 Sunday and The Fair R V Hunter Dec 28 1892.pub

Ordinance of Creation
S000189 The Abiding Sabbath Rev George Elliott 1884.pdf
S000189 The Abiding Sabbath Rev George Elliott 1884.pub

Ancient Hebrew'a weekley day of rest
S000190 The Americana 1904-1906.pdf
S000190 The Americana 1904-1906.pub
S000190a Encyclopedia Americana Sabbath.doc

Rites & Ceremonies neither Paul nor Peter heard

S000191 The Ancient Church Williiam D Killen 

Examination of the six texts, p. 274, 76. “Rites and ceremonies, of which neither Paul nor Peter ever heard, crept silently into use, and then claimed the rank of divine institutions.  Officers for whom the primitive disciples could have found no place, and titles which to them would have been altogether unintelligible, began to challenge attention, and to be named apostolic.”—The ancient Church, by William D. Killen, D. D., Preface to original edition, p. XVI.

S000191 The Ancient Church William D Killen.pdf
S000191 The Ancient Church William D Killen.pub

Hiscox wrote "The Baptist Short Method"
S000192 The Baptist Encyclopaedia E HHiscox 1883.pdf
S000192 The Baptist Encyclopaedia E HHiscox 1883.pub

Graphics of Creation
S000193 The beging of Creation.pdf
S000193 The beging of Creation.pub

Some Fundamental Principles
S000194 The Catholicization of Protestantism A H Lewis 1897 Part 1.pdf
S000194 The Catholicization of Protestantism A H Lewis 1897 Part 1.pub
S000194 The Catholicization f Protestantism A H Lewis 1897 Part 2.pdf
S000194 The Catholicization f Protestantism A H Lewis 1897 Part 2.pub

The origin & history of the Sabbath
S000195 The Christian Sabbath N L Rice 1862.pdf
S000195 The Christian Sabbath N L Rice 1862.pub

The original word signifies simply rest
S000196 The Cyclopaedia of Biblical Literature J Kitto 1854.pdf
S000196 The Cyclopaedia of Biblical Literature J Kitto 1854.pub

The Day of Sacred Rest
S000197 The Encyclopaedia Britannica 1895 Part 1.pdf
S000197 The Encyclopaedia Britannica 1895 Part 1.pub
S000197 The Encyclopaedia Britannica 1895 Part 2.pdf
S000197 The Encyclopaedia Britannica 1895 Part 2.pub
S000197 The Encyclopaedia Britannica 1895 Part 3.pdf
S000197 The Encyclopaedia Britannica 1895 Part 3.pub
S000197 The Encyclopaedia Britannica 1895 Part 4.pdf
S000197 The Encyclopaedia Britannica 1895 Part 4.pub

Though the Empire State
S000198 The Examiner Nov 16 1893.pdf
S000198 The Examiner Nov 16 1893.pub

Testimonies of Prominant Men
S000199 The Law Of God Bible men.pdf
S000199 The Law Of God Bible men.pub

The Christian Sabbath day

S000200 The Lords Day A E Waffle
In 1885 the American Sunday-school Union issued a one-thousand-dollar prize essay on the Sunday question, written b  “Rev.” A. E. Waffle, who is now an ardent worker for Sunday laws.  In this essay (pp. 186, 187)) he plainly says:  “Up to the time of Christ’s death no change had been made in the day.’  And “so far as the record shows, they [the apostles] did not, however, give any explicit command enjoining the abandonment of the seventh-day Sabbath, and its observance on the first day of the week.” The American Sabbath Union leaflet above referred to, corresponds to this precisely, in that it says (page 5) that the observance of the first day of the week “grew up spontaneously in the apostolic age, and out of the heart of believers, and so became the Sabbath of the Christian era.”  And this, with a number of other things, is said by the same document (pp.6, 7) to “furnish a reliable presumption that, during those years following the resurrection, the first day of the week was observed in a religious way.”
S000200a The Lord's Day A E Waffle 1885.pdf
S000200a The Lord's Day A E Waffle 1885.pub

Observed as a holy day by the Jews
S000201 The New Schaff-Herzog Encyclopedia 1911 Part 1.pdf
S000201 The New Schaff-Herzog Encyclopedia 1911 Part 1.pub
S000201 The New Schaff-Herzog Encyclopedia 1911 Part 2.pdf
S000201 The New Schaff-Herzog Encyclopedia 1911 Part 2.pub

Christians Urged to Join Jews in observing Sat. Sabbath
S000202 The New York Times Mon Mar 14 1966.pdf
S000202 The New York Times Mon Mar 14 1966.pub

The Fourth Commandment
S000203 The Ppermanent Value of the Ten Commandments H J Flowers

“The Sabbath is commanded to be kept on the seventh day.  It could not be dept on any other day.  To observe the first day of the week or the fourth is not to observe the Sabbath…. It was the last day of the week, after six days of work, that was to be kept holy.  The observance of no other day would fulfill the law.”-- H. J. Flowers, B.A., B.D.,       The Permanent Value of the Ten Commandments, p. 131.

S000203a The Permanent Value of the Ten Commandments H J Flowers 1927.pdf
S000203a The Permanent Value of the Ten Commandments H J Flowers 1927.pub

Notes on the Change of the Sabbath 
S000204 The Primitive Sabbath Restored Jas Johnston

717—The Primitive Sabbath Restored by Christ***

(Jas. Johnston).  Nisbet & Co., 21 Berners St., London.  42 pp. 18d (36 cts).  “an historical argument derived from ancient records of China, Egypt and other lands,” Showing that  “ the seventh-day rest which the holy seed o Noah observed as holy to God,  the idolatrous seed consecrated to their supreme god, and thence called it Sunday,” the day being changed at the Exodus for the Jews only, and the original Sabbath restored by Christ.  Rev. James Johnston (717) says of this Assyrian Sabbath: “Its recurrence every seventh day—its character, ‘a day of rest for the heart’ –its very name ‘Sabbattu” are given in a way which leaves little to be desired, when taken in connection with other testimony, so abundant in our hands from other sources.’

S000204a The Primitive Sabbath Restored by Christ Jas Johnston 1868 Part 1.pdf
S000204a The Primitive Sabbath Restored by Christ Jas Johnston 1868 Part 1.pub
S000204a The Primitive Sabbath Restored by Christ Jas Johnston 1868 Part 2.pdf
S000204a The Primitive Sabbath Restored by Christ Jas Johnston 1868 Part 2.pub

The Tables of the day
S000205 The Sabbath & The Sunday A H Lewis 1888 Part 1.pdf
S000205 The Sabbath & The Sunday A H Lewis 1888 Part 1.pub
S000205 The Sabbath & The Sunday A H Lewis 1888 Part 2.pdf
S000205 The Sabbath & The Sunday A H Lewis 1888 Part 2.pub

When did the week originate
S000206 Sabbath & Sunday pages 100-103

R. A. Proctor “Origin of the Week” Richard Anthony

“Saturn and the Sabbath of the Jews.”  Lewis, Sabbath & Sunday, 1888 pp 100-103. 

“Assigning the origin of the first Jewish observance of the Sabbath to the time of the Exodus, we are forced to the conclusion that the custom of keeping each seventh day as a day of rest, was derived from the people amongst whom the Jews had been sojourning more than two hundred years.  It is unreasonable to suppose that Moses would have added to the almost overwhelming difficulties which he had to encounter in dealing with the obstinate people he led from Egypt, the task of establishing a new festival.  Such a task is at all times difficult, but at the time of the Exodus it would have been hopless to undertake it.  The people were continually rebelling against Moses, because he sought to turn them from the worship of the gods of Egypt, in whom they were disposed to trust.  It was no time to establish a new festival, unless one could be devised which should correspond with the customs they had learned in Egypt.  Moses would seem indeed to have pursued a course of compromise.  Opposing manfully the worship of the Egyptian gods, he adopted.  Nevertheless.  Egyptian ceremonies and festivals, only so far modifying them that (as he explains them) they ceased to be associated with the worship of false gods.  “We have also historical evidence as to the non Jewish origin of the observance of the seventh day as decisive of the arguments I have been considering.  For Philo Judæus, Josephus, Clement of Alexandria and others, speak plainly of the week as not of Jewish origin, but common to all the Oriental nations.”  “I must remark, however, that this point is by no means essential for the main argument of this paper, which is in reality based on the unquestioned fact that amongst all the nations which used the week as a division of time, the seventh day was associated with the planet Saturn.”    The Great Pyramid, London: 1883.  PP248-9 Pyramid, etc., p 254.
S000206a The Sabbath & Sunday A H Lewis 1888

The Library of Universal Knowledge bears the following testimony: 

 “The dominant people in Babylonia in the earliest times were the Accad or Accadians.  They had come originally from the mountains of Elam to the east of the Tigris, and hence their name Accad, which means ‘highlanders.’  They brought with them the art of cuneiform writing as well as other arts and sciences, especially astronomy.  It is in the Turanian language of these Accadians that the cuneiform inscriptions of Babylonia are written for many centuries.  And when the Semitic tongue had become predominant, Accadians, now a dead language, was to the Assyrians what Latin has been to the nations of modern Europe.  Assyrian scholars translated the Accadian literature into their own language and their technical and sacred terms were borrowed from it.  Every day is bringing to light new proofs of the influence of these Accadians upon the civilization of the Semitic nations, and through them upon that of Europe.  Greece, it is well know, derived its system of weights and measures from the Babylonian Standard; but these have proved to be of Accadian origin.  The Greek mina or mna, the fundamental unit of the Greek monetary system, is the maneh of Carchemish, and maneh is found to be, not a Semitic, but an Accadian word, showing the origin of the system.  The sexagesimal division of the circle, the signs of the zodiac, a week of seven days, named as we now name them, and the seventh a day of rest, are all Accadian.  Every large city had its public library.  In the royal library of a Babylonian monarch, Sargon (about 2000 B. C.), every tablet was numbered so that the reader had only to write down the number of the tablet he wanted and it was handed him by the librarian.  Among the multifarious subjects of this extensive literature, are hymns to the gods strikingly like the Hebrew Psalms, and in a long mythological poem there is an episode giving an account of the deluge almost identical with that of Genesis, only more detailed.”

S000206a Sabbath & Sunday Origin of week A H Lewis Part 2
Week & Sabbath P. 105, Lewis, Sabbath & Sunday 1888

Ideler, thinks the Romans saw some connection between the Jewish Sabbath and their Saturn-alia.  He also recognizes the existence of the Sabbath, the seventh day, among the Gentile nations before the Roman era.  Chronology, vol. 2, pp. 175, 178.

S000206 The Sabbath and the Sunday Origin of week A H Lewis 1888 Part 1.pdf
S000206 The Sabbath and the Sunday Origin of week A H Lewis 1888 Part 1.pub
S000206 The Sabbath and the Sunday Origin of week A H Lewis 1888 Part 2.pdf
S000206 The Sabbath and the Sunday Origin of week A H Lewis 1888 Part 2.pub

Sketches of Sabbatic Controversies
S000207 The Sabbath Rev James Gilfillan 1862.pdf
S000207 The Sabbath Rev James Gilfillan 1862.pub

Ministration of Death
S000208 The Sabbath Today R B Thurman 1962 

Roy B. Thurman, former Church of Christ minister, presents these thoughts clearly in his book The Sabbath Today.  “Sunday-keeping could not have been a part of the new covenant, because when Jesus died, He sealed His will, or testament.  Nothing could have been added to it afterward.  Before He died, He had given the plan of salvation.  He had commanded the ordinance of baptism and had instituted the Lord’s Supper.  He had kept the Sabbath holy and, by His example and instruction, had showed how to keep it.  He had not taught or inferred that another day was to be substituted.  The inserting of a clause in a will after the testator has died is a criminal act and is punishable by law.  Thus it was not possible for any of the disciples by themselves to add Sunday-keeping to the will of Christ after He had sealed it with His own blood.” –page 69.

S000208a The Sabbath Today R B Thurmon 1962.pdf
S000208a The Sabbath Today R B Thurmon 1962.pub

Druidism a compound of Judaism & Baalism
S000209 The Saxon Race W H POOLE 1889.pdf
S000209 The Saxon Race W H POOLE 1889.pub

The Sunday closing question
S000210 The Sunday Closing Question S B Fleming Dec 12 1892.pdf
S000210 The Sunday Closing Question S B Fleming Dec 12 1892.pub

Law: a rule of action
S000211 Theological Dictionary C Buck

Reverend Charles Buck, writing in A Theological Dictionary under the Article “Law” Page 23o says, “Ceremonial Law is that which prescribes the rite of worship used under the Old Testament.  These rites are typical of Christ and were obligatory only till Christ had finished His work, and began to erect His gospel church.”  In Buck’s “Theological Dictionary,” in its article on “Law”’ there are these statements:


S000211a Theological Dictionary Buck Law 

Moral Law is that declaration of God’s will which directs and binds all men, in every age and place, to their whole duty to Him.  It was most solemnly proclaimed by God Himself at Sinai …. It is denominated perfect (Ps. 19:7), perpetual (Matt.5:17, 18), holy (Rom. 7:12), good Rom. 7:12), spiritual (R0m. 7:14), exceeding broad (Ps. 119:96).” Page 230   
S000211b Theological Dictionary C Buck Law 1851.pdf
S000211b Theological Dictionary C Buck Law 1851.pub

The seventh day of the week
S000212 Theological dictionary c Buck 1851 Part 1.pdf
S000212 Theological dictionary c Buck 1851 Part 1.pub
S000212 Theological dictionary C Buck 1851 Part 2.pdf
S000212 Theological dictionary C Buck 1851 Part 2.pub
S000212 Theological Dictionary C Buck 1851 Part 3.pdf
S000212 Theological Dictionary C Buck 1851 Part 3.pub

Historical sketch of the Christian Sabbath
S000213 Theological Review B B Edwards & E A Park 1844.pdf
S000213 Theological Review B B Edwards & E A Park 1844.pub

To cease work to rest
S000214 Webster's Dict 1828.pdf
S000214 Webster's Dict 1828.pub

Tested by the ten Commandments
S000215 Weighed and Wanting D L Moody 1898.pdf
S000215 Weighed and Wanting D L Moody 1898.pub

The Hebrew root means "to cease to do"
S000216 Westminster Bible Dictionary T J Shepherd 1880.pdf
S000216 Westminster Bible Dictionary T J Shepherd 1880.pub

Who is to blame
S000217 Who Changed the Sabbath 1949.pdf
S000217 Who Changed the Sabbath 1949.pub

Divine Word
S000218 Let There Be Light.pdf
S000218 Let There Be Light.pub

Regarding the Law of God

S000219 Testimonies of Prominent Men Regarding the Law of God
TESTIMONIES OF PROMINENT MEN REGARDING

THE LAW OF GOD

  SOLOMON: “Let us hear the conclusion of the whole matter:  Fear God, and keep his commandments: for this is the whole duty of man.  For God shall bring every work into judgment, with every secret thing, whether it be good, or whether it be evil.”  Eccl. 12:13, 14.

  DAVID:  “The law of the Lord is perfect, converting the soul:  the testimony of the Lord is sure, making wise the simple.  The statutes of the Lord are right, rejoicing the heart:  the commandment of the Lord is pure, enlightening the eyes.” PS. 19:7, 8.

  JESUS:  “Think not that I am come to destroy the law, or the prophets:  I am not come to destroy the law, but to fulfill.  For verily I say unto you, till heaven and earth pass, one jot or one tittle shall in no wise pass from the law, till all be fulfilled.  Whosoever therefore shall break one of these least commandments, and shall teach men so he shall be called the least in the kingdom of heaven: but whosoever shall do and teach them, the same shall be called great in the kingdom of heaven.”  Matt. 5:17-19.  “If ye love me, keep my commandments.” John 14:15.

  Paul:  “Do we then make void the law through faith?  God forbid: yea, we establish the law.”  Rom. 4:31.

  John:  “For this is the love of God, that we keep his commandments: and his commandments are not grievous.”  I  John 5:3.  “Blessed are they that do his commandments, that they may have right to the tree of life, and may enter in through the gates into the city.” Rev. 22:14.

  James:  “For whosoever shall keep the whole law, and yet offend in one point, he is guilty of all.  For he that said, Do not commit adultery, said also, Do not kill.  Now if thou commit no adultery, yet if thou kill, thou art become a transgressor of the law.  So speak ye, and so do, as they that shall be judged by the law of liberty.”  James 2:10-12

Was Christ Crucified on Wednesday
S000220 Was Christ Crucified on Wednesday or Friday E L Cardey.pdf
S000220 Was Christ Crucified on Wednesday or Friday E L Cardey.pub

Reformers before the Reformation

S000221 Bibliothica Sacra Vol 1 p 535 536 L Coleman
Sunday in History p. 88-87 
Rev. L. Coleman, professor of ecclesiastical history,  Auburn Theological Seminary.—“In like manner, whatever is said by the early Christian fathers on this subject is of the same negative and uncontroversial character, and directed to the same end.

"They strenuously oppose the mingling of Jewish and pagan superstitions with the solemnities of the Lord’s day without clearly defining their sentiment respecting it.  Many passages occur in their writings which show that the idea of the Christian Sabbath was clearly defined and deeply impressed on their minds; but we seek in vain either for any explicit authority for the sacredness of the Lord’s as holy time or for its particular relations of the Sabbath of the Jews…. Under the impulse of their own religious feelings, they were a law unto themselves for the right observance of the day of the Lord, without any explicit command from heaven, or any abstract theory of their own.”—Bibliotheca Sacra, vol. I pp. 535, 536.

S000221a Bibliotheca Sacra Theological Review B B Edwards & E A Park 1844.pdf
S000221a Bibliotheca Sacra Theological Review B B Edwards & E A Park 1844.pub

The Sabbath Question
S000222 The Literature of The Sabbath Question R Cox 1865.pdf
S000222 The Literature of The Sabbath Question R Cox 1865.pub

Popery at its Birth
S000223 History of Romanism, Book 2 page 65 Par 2.doc

“There is scarcely anything which strikes the mind of the careful student of ancient ecclesiastical history with greater surprise, than the comparatively early period at which many of the corruptions of Christianity, which are embodied in the Romish System, took their rise.” – Dr. John Dowling, History of Romanism, Book 2, page 65.

S000223a History of Romanism J Dowling Bk 2 p 65.pdf
S000223a History of Romanish J Dowling Bk 2 p 65.pub


S000224 2 Republics p 857Sabbath Union M A Gault .doc
2 Republics p. 85 7

 “There is one more word on this point that I desire to read.  It sums up the whole matter is such a way as to be a fitting climax to this division of my remarks.  This is from “Rev.” M. A. Gault, a district secretary of the American Sabbath Union.  Mr. Crafts, who is the American Sabbath Union, personally appointed him secretary of Omaha District.  Mr. Gault wrote this to Elder J. S, Washburn, of Hawleyville, Iowa, and Mr. Washburn sent it to me.  I read:  “I see most of your literature in my travels [that is, the literature that Mr. Crafts says we do not stop distributing, and which we are not going to stop distributing], and I am convinced that your folks will die hard.  But we are helping Brother Crafts all the time to set the stakes, and get the ropes ready to scoop you all in.  You will kick hard, of course, but we will make sure work.”

S000224a Sabbath Union M A Gault 2 Rep p 857.pdf
S000224a Sabbath Union M A Gault 2 Rep p 857.pub

A reply to an open letter
S000225 American Sentinel Oakland Calif Feb 1888.pdf
S000225 American Sentinel Oakland Calif Feb 1888.pub

Sunday Work to be Treason
The Protestant Bible The Lord The Lord's Day Saturday not Sunday.doc
The Protestant Bible The Lord’s Day . . .Saturday, Not Sunday  “The Son of Man is Lord Also of the Sabbath.  “Jesus, Mark 2:28.  The Seventh Day is the Sabbath of the Lord.  “God Exdous 20:10  “. . . The Sabbath. . .  My Holy Day.  “God, Isaiah 58:13.  “But pray ye that your flight (from Jerusalem, A. D. 70) be not on  The Sabbath Day.  “Jesus, Matthew 24:20.  The seventh day Sabbath is the only day the Bible calls The Lord’s Day
S000226a Nation Reform Woman's Christian Temperance Union July 1887.pdf
S000226a Nation Reform Woman's Christian Temperance Union July 1887.pub

S000227 The Abiding Sabbath A H Sayce
'dies nefastus' 
A.H. Sayce, who has translated a part of this calendar, says of it, “The chief interest attaching to it is due to the fact that it bears evidence of a seventh-day Sabbath, on which certain works were forbidden to be done among the Babylonians and Assyrians, It will be observed that many of the regulations are closely analogous to the Sabbatical injunctions of the Levitical law and the practice of the Rabbinical Jews.  What I render ‘Sabbath’ is signify ‘dies nefastus,’ and a bilingual syllabary makes them equivalent to the Assyrian ‘um salumi,’ or ‘day of completion’ (of labors).  The word ‘Sabbath’ was not unknown to the Assyrians, and occurs under the form ‘Sabbatu.’ . . . .  The original text must be ascribed to some period anterior to the seventeenth century B. C.”  In this calendar almost identical language is used in giving instructions for the seventh, fourteenth, twenty-first, and each succeeding seventh day.  The flesh of birds or cooked fruits could not be eaten, nor garments be changed, nor white robes be worn on that day.  The king could not ride in his chariot, law could not be make, no military commands could be issued, and no medicines could be taken.* Le Normant, indeed, thinks that these days were days of ill-omen and not true Sabbaths.  Yet he asserts that the Assyrians “recognized the Sabbath.  This fact,” he says, “may be positively inferred from the passage of a fragment of a lexicon of Assyrian synonyms, wherein ‘yum nuh libbi,’ ‘day of repose of the heart, day of joy,’ is translated ‘Sabbatuv,’ ‘Sabbath.’”!  The testimony of this great Orientalist fully confirms the translations of Mr. Sayce.  The traces of a septenary division of time are widely spread throughout the nations of the East.  Its existence in Assyria and Babylonia is fully established.  It was known to Saracens from time immemorial, and the Mohammedan observance of Friday seems to have been but the consecration by the founder of Islam of an older usage.  Its early existence in India is proved by linguistic *”Records of the Past,” VII. 157.! See Le Normant, “Beginnings of History,” 249, American edition.  See also “Cuneiform Inscriptions of Western Asia,” II. Pl. 32.

S000227a The Abiding Sabbath A H Sayce.pdf
S000227a The Abiding Sabbath A H Sayce.pub

True religion nver persecutes
S000228 National Reform Dr. Mc Allister
(Brown)  2 Republics 782 & 2 Republics 784 National Reform Association  At the Lakeside, Ohio, convention, there was asked the following question: -- “Will not the National Reform movement result in persecution against those who on some points believe differently from the majority, even as the recognition of the Christian religion by the Roman power resulted in grievous persecution against true Christians?”  The answer given by Dr. Mc Allister is as follows: -- “Now notice the fallacy her.  The recognition of the Roman Catholic religion by the State, made that State a persecuting power.  Why?  Because the Roman Catholic religion is persecuting religion.  If true Christianity is persecuting religion, then the acknowledgment of our principles by the State will make the State a persecutor.  But if the true Christian religion is a religion of liberty, a religion that regards the rights of all, then the acknowledgment of those principles by the State will make the State the guardian of all men, and the State will be no persecutor.  True religion never persecutes.”  Another question, in the form of a statement, at the same time and place was this:  “There is a law in the State of Arkansas enforcing Sunday observance upon the people, and the result has been that many good persons have not only been imprisoned, but have lost their property, and even their lives.”  To which Dr. Mc Allister coolly replied: -- “It is better that a few should suffer, than that the whole nation should lose its Sabbath.”
S000228a National Reform Assoc Lakeview Ohio convention Dr Mc Allister 2 Republics p 782 784.pdf
S000228a National Reform Assoc Lakeview Ohio convention Dr Mc Allister 2 Republics p 782 784.pub

S000229 Facts of Faith 22k Shepherd of the Valley
Religious liberty
Facts of Faith 225
We shall here refer to one other similar denial.  In the Roman Catholic paper, Shepherd of the Valley, there appeared an article by the editor, in which he stated:  “I Catholics ever attain, which they surely will, though at a distant day, the immense numerical majority in the United States, religious liberty, as at present understood, will be at an end.”  A Protestant lecturer, who made use of this quotation, was bitterly arraigned in a double-column front-page article in the Catholic Standard and Times for his false statements regarding Catholics; for, it pointed out, if he had finished the quotation with the words which followed, “so say our enemies,” It would have reversed its meaning.  The incident would have passed off at the expense of the Protestant lecturer, and not the Western Watchman of July 24, 1913, continued the quotation still further, declaring:  “The whole quotation should read:  ‘If Catholics ever attain which they surely will, though at a distant day, the immense numerical majority in the United States, religious liberty, as at present understood, will be at an end.  So say our enemies; so say we.”  --Quoted in “Protestant Magazine,” October, 1913, p. 474.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

S000229a Facts of Faith 225 Shepherd of the Valley  .pdf
S000229a Facts of Faith 225 Shepherd of the Valley  .pub


S000230 A Critical History of  Sunday Legislation
Pagan Religion of Rome
A. H. Lewis, D. S., who spent years of study and research on this subject, declares, that “the pagan religion of Rome had many holidays, on which partial or complete cessation of business and labor were demanded,” and that Constantine by his Sunday law was “merely adding one more festival to the festi of the empire.” – “A Critical History of Sunday Legislation from 321 to 1888 A. D.,” pp. 8, 12.  New York: D. Appleton and Co., 1888.
S000230a A Critical History of Sunday Legislation from 321 to 1888 A H Lewis.pdf
S000230a A Critical History of Sunday Legislation from 321 to 1888 A H Lewis.pub

S000231 Our Day Boston Magazine j Cook July 1889
Footprints of Seventh-day Adventists
617-536-5400 Boston 2 Rep 848 X 244 247 Humanities Our Day (Boston Mass R J Publishing 3563.127.  For instance, in Our Day, the Boston magazine edited by Joseph Cook, for July, 1889, he reported as follows:  “Everywhere are seen the footprints of the little but lively denomination of Seventh-day Adventists, who are outdoing not only the Seventh-day Baptists, but even Hebrews, infidels, and liquor dealers in battling against Sunday law as if it were the worst of vices.  They put beautiful tract-holders into depots, filled with their literature, which they also distribute from door to door with a generosity and industry that shame by contrast the meager gifts and efforts of the friends of the American Sabbath.”  Boston Pub. P.O. 286, Boston, 02117.  Vol. 4 # 19

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S000231a Our Day Boston Magazine J Cook July 1889.pdf
S000231a Our Day Boston Magazine J Cook July 1889.pub

Junior Division Part II Lesson II The Ten Comandments
S000232 A Catechism For The Church School C B Widmeyer.pdf
S000232 A Catechism For The Church School C B Widmeyer.pub


S000233 Adult Quarterly Aug 15 1937
“The first four commandments set forth man’s obligations directly toward God. . . .  But when we keep the first four commandments, we are likely to keep the other six. . . .  The fourth commandment sets forth God’s claim on man’s time and thought. . . . The six days of labor and the rest on the Sabbath are to be maintained as a witness to God’s toil and rest in the creation. . . . No one of the ten words is of merely racial significance. . . .  The Sabbath was established originally (long before Moses) in no special connection with the Hebrews, but as an institution for all mankind, in commemoration of God’s rest after the six days of creation.  It was designed for all the descendants of Adam.” – Adult Quarterly, Southern Baptist Convention Series, Aug. 15, 1937

S000233a Adult Quarterly  Baptist July Aug Sept 1937.pdf
S000233a Adult Quarterly  Baptist July Aug Sept 1937.pub

A Catechism for Church School
A H Sayce Higher Citicism
A H Sayce Higher Criticism 1895
Adult Quarterly, Baptist, July
Change of Day Question, 11-30-1892
Disciples of Christ, Orval Kelley, 1923
Encyclopedia Britannica, 1911
Explanation of Dr Martin Luthers Small Catechism, Reu, 1947
History of Eastern Church, Arthur Penryn Stanley
Lessons on Catechism, Sanford, 1878
Martin Luthers Small Catechism 1893
Methodist Episcopal, Binney, 1840's
Methodist Episcopal, Doctrines and Discipline
Perpetuityy of Weekly Sabbath, Whimster
Perpetuity of Weekly Sabbath II, Whimster
Perpetuity of Weekly Sabbath III, Whimster
Perpetuity of Weekly Sabbath IV, Whimster
Robert Cox on Sunday Question, 1865
Seal of God, Mark of Beast
Seveth-Dayism X-rayed, Kelley 1923
Sinaitic Foundations of Sabbath Reform, Johnson
The Literature of the Sabbath Question, Cox

 

 

 

Some history of Sabbath Change  

 

S00089b Faith or Fact p 114  Henry M. Taber .docHenry M. Taber continues: “why will not Christian people investigate and find out for themselves (which they easily can), that the keeping of Sunday as a ‘holy Sabbath day,’ is wholly without warrant.”Faith or Fact, (Preface by Robert G. Ingersoll), p. 114.The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898S00089 Faith Or Fact H M Taber 1897.pdfThe Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898 Some history of Sabbath Change  

 

S00089b Faith or Fact p 114  Henry M. Taber .docHenry M. Taber continues: “why will not Christian people investigate and find out for themselves (which they easily can), that the keeping of Sunday as a ‘holy Sabbath day,’ is wholly without warrant.”Faith or Fact, (Preface by Robert G. Ingersoll), p. 114.The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898S00089 Faith Or Fact H M Taber 1897.pdfThe Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898 Some history of Sabbath Change  

 

S00089b Faith or Fact p 114  Henry M. Taber .docHenry M. Taber continues: “why will not Christian people investigate and find out for themselves (which they easily can), that the keeping of Sunday as a ‘holy Sabbath day,’ is wholly without warrant.”Faith or Fact, (Preface by Robert G. Ingersoll), p. 114.The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898S00089 Faith Or Fact H M Taber 1897.pdfThe Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898 Some history of Sabbath Change  

 

S00089b Faith or Fact p 114  Henry M. Taber .docHenry M. Taber continues: “why will not Christian people investigate and find out for themselves (which they easily can), that the keeping of Sunday as a ‘holy Sabbath day,’ is wholly without warrant.”Faith or Fact, (Preface by Robert G. Ingersoll), p. 114.The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898S00089 Faith Or Fact H M Taber 1897.pdfThe Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898 Some history of Sabbath Change  

 

S00089b Faith or Fact p 114  Henry M. Taber .docHenry M. Taber continues: “why will not Christian people investigate and find out for themselves (which they easily can), that the keeping of Sunday as a ‘holy Sabbath day,’ is wholly without warrant.”Faith or Fact, (Preface by Robert G. Ingersoll), p. 114.The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898S00089 Faith Or Fact H M Taber 1897.pdfThe Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898 Some history of Sabbath Change  

 

S00089b Faith or Fact p 114  Henry M. Taber .docHenry M. Taber continues: “why will not Christian people investigate and find out for themselves (which they easily can), that the keeping of Sunday as a ‘holy Sabbath day,’ is wholly without warrant.”Faith or Fact, (Preface by Robert G. Ingersoll), p. 114.The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898S00089 Faith Or Fact H M Taber 1897.pdfThe Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898 Some history of Sabbath Change  

 

S00089b Faith or Fact p 114  Henry M. Taber .docHenry M. Taber continues: “why will not Christian people investigate and find out for themselves (which they easily can), that the keeping of Sunday as a ‘holy Sabbath day,’ is wholly without warrant.”Faith or Fact, (Preface by Robert G. Ingersoll), p. 114.The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898S00089 Faith Or Fact H M Taber 1897.pdfThe Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898 Some history of Sabbath Change  

 

S00089b Faith or Fact p 114  Henry M. Taber .docHenry M. Taber continues: “why will not Christian people investigate and find out for themselves (which they easily can), that the keeping of Sunday as a ‘holy Sabbath day,’ is wholly without warrant.”Faith or Fact, (Preface by Robert G. Ingersoll), p. 114.The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898S00089 Faith Or Fact H M Taber 1897.pdfThe Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898 Some history of Sabbath Change  

 

S00089b Faith or Fact p 114  Henry M. Taber .docHenry M. Taber continues: “why will not Christian people investigate and find out for themselves (which they easily can), that the keeping of Sunday as a ‘holy Sabbath day,’ is wholly without warrant.”Faith or Fact, (Preface by Robert G. Ingersoll), p. 114.The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898S00089 Faith Or Fact H M Taber 1897.pdfThe Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898 Some history of Sabbath Change  

 

S00089b Faith or Fact p 114  Henry M. Taber .docHenry M. Taber continues: “why will not Christian people investigate and find out for themselves (which they easily can), that the keeping of Sunday as a ‘holy Sabbath day,’ is wholly without warrant.”Faith or Fact, (Preface by Robert G. Ingersoll), p. 114.The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898S00089 Faith Or Fact H M Taber 1897.pdfThe Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898 Some history of Sabbath Change  

 

S00089b Faith or Fact p 114  Henry M. Taber .docHenry M. Taber continues: “why will not Christian people investigate and find out for themselves (which they easily can), that the keeping of Sunday as a ‘holy Sabbath day,’ is wholly without warrant.”Faith or Fact, (Preface by Robert G. Ingersoll), p. 114.The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898S00089 Faith Or Fact H M Taber 1897.pdfThe Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898 Some history of Sabbath Change  

 

S00089b Faith or Fact p 114  Henry M. Taber .docHenry M. Taber continues: “why will not Christian people investigate and find out for themselves (which they easily can), that the keeping of Sunday as a ‘holy Sabbath day,’ is wholly without warrant.”Faith or Fact, (Preface by Robert G. Ingersoll), p. 114.The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898S00089 Faith Or Fact H M Taber 1897.pdfThe Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898 Some history of Sabbath Change  

 

S00089b Faith or Fact p 114  Henry M. Taber .docHenry M. Taber continues: “why will not Christian people investigate and find out for themselves (which they easily can), that the keeping of Sunday as a ‘holy Sabbath day,’ is wholly without warrant.”Faith or Fact, (Preface by Robert G. Ingersoll), p. 114.The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898S00089 Faith Or Fact H M Taber 1897.pdfThe Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898 Some history of Sabbath Change  

 

S00089b Faith or Fact p 114  Henry M. Taber .docHenry M. Taber continues: “why will not Christian people investigate and find out for themselves (which they easily can), that the keeping of Sunday as a ‘holy Sabbath day,’ is wholly without warrant.”Faith or Fact, (Preface by Robert G. Ingersoll), p. 114.The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898S00089 Faith Or Fact H M Taber 1897.pdfThe Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898 Some history of Sabbath Change  

 

S00089b Faith or Fact p 114  Henry M. Taber .docHenry M. Taber continues: “why will not Christian people investigate and find out for themselves (which they easily can), that the keeping of Sunday as a ‘holy Sabbath day,’ is wholly without warrant.”Faith or Fact, (Preface by Robert G. Ingersoll), p. 114.The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898S00089 Faith Or Fact H M Taber 1897.pdfThe Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898 Some history of Sabbath Change  

 

S00089b Faith or Fact p 114  Henry M. Taber .docHenry M. Taber continues: “why will not Christian people investigate and find out for themselves (which they easily can), that the keeping of Sunday as a ‘holy Sabbath day,’ is wholly without warrant.”Faith or Fact, (Preface by Robert G. Ingersoll), p. 114.The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898S00089 Faith Or Fact H M Taber 1897.pdfThe Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898 Some history of Sabbath Change  

 

S00089b Faith or Fact p 114  Henry M. Taber .docHenry M. Taber continues: “why will not Christian people investigate and find out for themselves (which they easily can), that the keeping of Sunday as a ‘holy Sabbath day,’ is wholly without warrant.”Faith or Fact, (Preface by Robert G. Ingersoll), p. 114.The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898S00089 Faith Or Fact H M Taber 1897.pdfThe Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898 Some history of Sabbath Change  

 

S00089b Faith or Fact p 114  Henry M. Taber .docHenry M. Taber continues: “why will not Christian people investigate and find out for themselves (which they easily can), that the keeping of Sunday as a ‘holy Sabbath day,’ is wholly without warrant.”Faith or Fact, (Preface by Robert G. Ingersoll), p. 114.The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898S00089 Faith Or Fact H M Taber 1897.pdfThe Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898 Some history of Sabbath Change  

 

S00089b Faith or Fact p 114  Henry M. Taber .docHenry M. Taber continues: “why will not Christian people investigate and find out for themselves (which they easily can), that the keeping of Sunday as a ‘holy Sabbath day,’ is wholly without warrant.”Faith or Fact, (Preface by Robert G. Ingersoll), p. 114.The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898S00089 Faith Or Fact H M Taber 1897.pdfThe Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898 Some history of Sabbath Change  

 

S00089b Faith or Fact p 114  Henry M. Taber .docHenry M. Taber continues: “why will not Christian people investigate and find out for themselves (which they easily can), that the keeping of Sunday as a ‘holy Sabbath day,’ is wholly without warrant.”Faith or Fact, (Preface by Robert G. Ingersoll), p. 114.The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898S00089 Faith Or Fact H M Taber 1897.pdfThe Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898 Some history of Sabbath Change  

 

S00089b Faith or Fact p 114  Henry M. Taber .docHenry M. Taber continues: “why will not Christian people investigate and find out for themselves (which they easily can), that the keeping of Sunday as a ‘holy Sabbath day,’ is wholly without warrant.”Faith or Fact, (Preface by Robert G. Ingersoll), p. 114.The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898S00089 Faith Or Fact H M Taber 1897.pdfThe Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898 Some history of Sabbath Change  

 

S00089b Faith or Fact p 114  Henry M. Taber .docHenry M. Taber continues: “why will not Christian people investigate and find out for themselves (which they easily can), that the keeping of Sunday as a ‘holy Sabbath day,’ is wholly without warrant.”Faith or Fact, (Preface by Robert G. Ingersoll), p. 114.The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898S00089 Faith Or Fact H M Taber 1897.pdfThe Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898 Some history of Sabbath Change  

 

S00089b Faith or Fact p 114  Henry M. Taber .docHenry M. Taber continues: “why will not Christian people investigate and find out for themselves (which they easily can), that the keeping of Sunday as a ‘holy Sabbath day,’ is wholly without warrant.”Faith or Fact, (Preface by Robert G. Ingersoll), p. 114.The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898S00089 Faith Or Fact H M Taber 1897.pdfThe Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898 Some history of Sabbath Change  

 

S00089b Faith or Fact p 114  Henry M. Taber .docHenry M. Taber continues: “why will not Christian people investigate and find out for themselves (which they easily can), that the keeping of Sunday as a ‘holy Sabbath day,’ is wholly without warrant.”Faith or Fact, (Preface by Robert G. Ingersoll), p. 114.The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898S00089 Faith Or Fact H M Taber 1897.pdfThe Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898 Some history of Sabbath Change  

 

S00089b Faith or Fact p 114  Henry M. Taber .docHenry M. Taber continues: “why will not Christian people investigate and find out for themselves (which they easily can), that the keeping of Sunday as a ‘holy Sabbath day,’ is wholly without warrant.”Faith or Fact, (Preface by Robert G. Ingersoll), p. 114.The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898S00089 Faith Or Fact H M Taber 1897.pdfThe Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898 Some history of Sabbath Change  

 

S00089b Faith or Fact p 114  Henry M. Taber .docHenry M. Taber continues: “why will not Christian people investigate and find out for themselves (which they easily can), that the keeping of Sunday as a ‘holy Sabbath day,’ is wholly without warrant.”Faith or Fact, (Preface by Robert G. Ingersoll), p. 114.The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898S00089 Faith Or Fact H M Taber 1897.pdfThe Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898 Some history of Sabbath Change  

 

S00089b Faith or Fact p 114  Henry M. Taber .docHenry M. Taber continues: “why will not Christian people investigate and find out for themselves (which they easily can), that the keeping of Sunday as a ‘holy Sabbath day,’ is wholly without warrant.”Faith or Fact, (Preface by Robert G. Ingersoll), p. 114.The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898S00089 Faith Or Fact H M Taber 1897.pdfThe Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898 Some history of Sabbath Change  

 

S00089b Faith or Fact p 114  Henry M. Taber .docHenry M. Taber continues: “why will not Christian people investigate and find out for themselves (which they easily can), that the keeping of Sunday as a ‘holy Sabbath day,’ is wholly without warrant.”Faith or Fact, (Preface by Robert G. Ingersoll), p. 114.The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898S00089 Faith Or Fact H M Taber 1897.pdfThe Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898 Some history of Sabbath Change  

 

S00089b Faith or Fact p 114  Henry M. Taber .docHenry M. Taber continues: “why will not Christian people investigate and find out for themselves (which they easily can), that the keeping of Sunday as a ‘holy Sabbath day,’ is wholly without warrant.”Faith or Fact, (Preface by Robert G. Ingersoll), p. 114.The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898S00089 Faith Or Fact H M Taber 1897.pdfThe Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898 Some history of Sabbath Change  

 

S00089b Faith or Fact p 114  Henry M. Taber .docHenry M. Taber continues: “why will not Christian people investigate and find out for themselves (which they easily can), that the keeping of Sunday as a ‘holy Sabbath day,’ is wholly without warrant.”Faith or Fact, (Preface by Robert G. Ingersoll), p. 114.The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898S00089 Faith Or Fact H M Taber 1897.pdfThe Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898 Some history of Sabbath Change  

 

S00089b Faith or Fact p 114  Henry M. Taber .docHenry M. Taber continues: “why will not Christian people investigate and find out for themselves (which they easily can), that the keeping of Sunday as a ‘holy Sabbath day,’ is wholly without warrant.”Faith or Fact, (Preface by Robert G. Ingersoll), p. 114.The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898S00089 Faith Or Fact H M Taber 1897.pdfThe Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898 Some history of Sabbath Change  

 

S00089b Faith or Fact p 114  Henry M. Taber .docHenry M. Taber continues: “why will not Christian people investigate and find out for themselves (which they easily can), that the keeping of Sunday as a ‘holy Sabbath day,’ is wholly without warrant.”Faith or Fact, (Preface by Robert G. Ingersoll), p. 114.The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898S00089 Faith Or Fact H M Taber 1897.pdfThe Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898 Some history of Sabbath Change  

 

S00089b Faith or Fact p 114  Henry M. Taber .docHenry M. Taber continues: “why will not Christian people investigate and find out for themselves (which they easily can), that the keeping of Sunday as a ‘holy Sabbath day,’ is wholly without warrant.”Faith or Fact, (Preface by Robert G. Ingersoll), p. 114.The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898S00089 Faith Or Fact H M Taber 1897.pdfThe Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898 Some history of Sabbath Change  

 

S00089b Faith or Fact p 114  Henry M. Taber .docHenry M. Taber continues: “why will not Christian people investigate and find out for themselves (which they easily can), that the keeping of Sunday as a ‘holy Sabbath day,’ is wholly without warrant.”Faith or Fact, (Preface by Robert G. Ingersoll), p. 114.The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898S00089 Faith Or Fact H M Taber 1897.pdfThe Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898 Some history of Sabbath Change  

 

S00089b Faith or Fact p 114  Henry M. Taber .docHenry M. Taber continues: “why will not Christian people investigate and find out for themselves (which they easily can), that the keeping of Sunday as a ‘holy Sabbath day,’ is wholly without warrant.”Faith or Fact, (Preface by Robert G. Ingersoll), p. 114.The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898S00089 Faith Or Fact H M Taber 1897.pdfThe Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898 Some history of Sabbath Change  

 

S00089b Faith or Fact p 114  Henry M. Taber .docHenry M. Taber continues: “why will not Christian people investigate and find out for themselves (which they easily can), that the keeping of Sunday as a ‘holy Sabbath day,’ is wholly without warrant.”Faith or Fact, (Preface by Robert G. Ingersoll), p. 114.The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898S00089 Faith Or Fact H M Taber 1897.pdfThe Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898 Some history of Sabbath Change  

 

S00089b Faith or Fact p 114  Henry M. Taber .docHenry M. Taber continues: “why will not Christian people investigate and find out for themselves (which they easily can), that the keeping of Sunday as a ‘holy Sabbath day,’ is wholly without warrant.”Faith or Fact, (Preface by Robert G. Ingersoll), p. 114.The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898S00089 Faith Or Fact H M Taber 1897.pdfThe Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898 Some history of Sabbath Change  

 

S00089b Faith or Fact p 114  Henry M. Taber .docHenry M. Taber continues: “why will not Christian people investigate and find out for themselves (which they easily can), that the keeping of Sunday as a ‘holy Sabbath day,’ is wholly without warrant.”Faith or Fact, (Preface by Robert G. Ingersoll), p. 114.The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898S00089 Faith Or Fact H M Taber 1897.pdfThe Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898 Some history of Sabbath Change  

 

The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898S00089 Faith Or Fact H M Taber 1897.pdfThe Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898 Some history of Sabbath Change  

 

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S00089b Faith or Fact p 114  Henry M. Taber .docHenry M. Taber continues: “why will not Christian people investigate and find out for themselves (which they easily can), that the keeping of Sunday as a ‘holy Sabbath day,’ is wholly without warrant.”Faith or Fact, (Preface by Robert G. Ingersoll), p. 114.The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898S00089 Faith Or Fact H M Taber 1897.pdfThe Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898 Some history of Sabbath Change   S00089b Faith or Fact p 114  Henry M. Taber .docHenry M. Taber continues: “why will not Christian people investigate and find out for themselves (which they easily can), that the keeping of Sunday as a ‘holy Sabbath day,’ is wholly without warrant.”Faith or Fact, (Preface by Robert G. Ingersoll), p. 114.The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898S00089 Faith Or Fact H M Taber 1897.pdfThe Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898 Some history of Sabbath Change   S00089b Faith or Fact p 114  Henry M. Taber .docHenry M. Taber continues: “why will not Christian people investigate and find out for themselves (which they easily can), that the keeping of Sunday as a ‘holy Sabbath day,’ is wholly without warrant.”Faith or Fact, (Preface by Robert G. Ingersoll), p. 114.The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898S00089 Faith Or Fact H M Taber 1897.pdfThe Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898 Some history of Sabbath Change   S00089b Faith or Fact p 114  Henry M. Taber .docHenry M. Taber continues: “why will not Christian people investigate and find out for themselves (which they easily can), that the keeping of Sunday as a ‘holy Sabbath day,’ is wholly without warrant.”Faith or Fact, (Preface by Robert G. Ingersoll), p. 114.The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898S00089 Faith Or Fact H M Taber 1897.pdfThe Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898 Some history of Sabbath Change   S00089b Faith or Fact p 114  Henry M. Taber .docHenry M. Taber continues: “why will not Christian people investigate and find out for themselves (which they easily can), that the keeping of Sunday as a ‘holy Sabbath day,’ is wholly without warrant.”Faith or Fact, (Preface by Robert G. Ingersoll), p. 114.The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898S00089 Faith Or Fact H M Taber 1897.pdfThe Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898 Some history of Sabbath Change   S00089b Faith or Fact p 114  Henry M. Taber .docHenry M. Taber continues: “why will not Christian people investigate and find out for themselves (which they easily can), that the keeping of Sunday as a ‘holy Sabbath day,’ is wholly without warrant.”Faith or Fact, (Preface by Robert G. Ingersoll), p. 114.The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898S00089 Faith Or Fact H M Taber 1897.pdfThe Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898 Some history of Sabbath Change   S00089b Faith or Fact p 114  Henry M. Taber .docHenry M. Taber continues: “why will not Christian people investigate and find out for themselves (which they easily can), that the keeping of Sunday as a ‘holy Sabbath day,’ is wholly without warrant.”Faith or Fact, (Preface by Robert G. Ingersoll), p. 114.The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898S00089 Faith Or Fact H M Taber 1897.pdfThe Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898 Some history of Sabbath Change   S00089b Faith or Fact p 114  Henry M. Taber .docHenry M. Taber continues: “why will not Christian people investigate and find out for themselves (which they easily can), that the keeping of Sunday as a ‘holy Sabbath day,’ is wholly without warrant.”Faith or Fact, (Preface by Robert G. Ingersoll), p. 114.The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898S00089 Faith Or Fact H M Taber 1897.pdfThe Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898 Some history of Sabbath Change   S00089b Faith or Fact p 114  Henry M. Taber .docHenry M. Taber continues: “why will not Christian people investigate and find out for themselves (which they easily can), that the keeping of Sunday as a ‘holy Sabbath day,’ is wholly without warrant.”Faith or Fact, (Preface by Robert G. Ingersoll), p. 114.The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898S00089 Faith Or Fact H M Taber 1897.pdfThe Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898 Some history of Sabbath Change   S00089b Faith or Fact p 114  Henry M. Taber .docHenry M. Taber continues: “why will not Christian people investigate and find out for themselves (which they easily can), that the keeping of Sunday as a ‘holy Sabbath day,’ is wholly without warrant.”Faith or Fact, (Preface by Robert G. Ingersoll), p. 114.The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898S00089 Faith Or Fact H M Taber 1897.pdfThe Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898 Some history of Sabbath Change   S00089b Faith or Fact p 114  Henry M. Taber .docHenry M. Taber continues: “why will not Christian people investigate and find out for themselves (which they easily can), that the keeping of Sunday as a ‘holy Sabbath day,’ is wholly without warrant.”Faith or Fact, (Preface by Robert G. Ingersoll), p. 114.The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898S00089 Faith Or Fact H M Taber 1897.pdfThe Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898 Some history of Sabbath Change   S00089b Faith or Fact p 114  Henry M. Taber .docHenry M. Taber continues: “why will not Christian people investigate and find out for themselves (which they easily can), that the keeping of Sunday as a ‘holy Sabbath day,’ is wholly without warrant.”Faith or Fact, (Preface by Robert G. Ingersoll), p. 114.The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898S00089 Faith Or Fact H M Taber 1897.pdfThe Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898 Some history of Sabbath Change   S00089b Faith or Fact p 114  Henry M. Taber .docHenry M. Taber continues: “why will not Christian people investigate and find out for themselves (which they easily can), that the keeping of Sunday as a ‘holy Sabbath day,’ is wholly without warrant.”Faith or Fact, (Preface by Robert G. Ingersoll), p. 114.The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898S00089 Faith Or Fact H M Taber 1897.pdfThe Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898 Some history of Sabbath Change   S00089b Faith or Fact p 114  Henry M. Taber .docHenry M. Taber continues: “why will not Christian people investigate and find out for themselves (which they easily can), that the keeping of Sunday as a ‘holy Sabbath day,’ is wholly without warrant.”Faith or Fact, (Preface by Robert G. Ingersoll), p. 114.The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898S00089 Faith Or Fact H M Taber 1897.pdfThe Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898 Some history of Sabbath Change   S00089b Faith or Fact p 114  Henry M. Taber .docHenry M. Taber continues: “why will not Christian people investigate and find out for themselves (which they easily can), that the keeping of Sunday as a ‘holy Sabbath day,’ is wholly without warrant.”Faith or Fact, (Preface by Robert G. Ingersoll), p. 114.The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898S00089 Faith Or Fact H M Taber 1897.pdfThe Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898 Some history of Sabbath Change   S00089b Faith or Fact p 114  Henry M. Taber .docHenry M. Taber continues: “why will not Christian people investigate and find out for themselves (which they easily can), that the keeping of Sunday as a ‘holy Sabbath day,’ is wholly without warrant.”Faith or Fact, (Preface by Robert G. Ingersoll), p. 114.The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898S00089 Faith Or Fact H M Taber 1897.pdfThe Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898 Some history of Sabbath Change   S00089b Faith or Fact p 114  Henry M. Taber .docHenry M. Taber continues: “why will not Christian people investigate and find out for themselves (which they easily can), that the keeping of Sunday as a ‘holy Sabbath day,’ is wholly without warrant.”Faith or Fact, (Preface by Robert G. Ingersoll), p. 114.The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898S00089 Faith Or Fact H M Taber 1897.pdfThe Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898 Some history of Sabbath Change   S00089b Faith or Fact p 114  Henry M. Taber .docHenry M. Taber continues: “why will not Christian people investigate and find out for themselves (which they easily can), that the keeping of Sunday as a ‘holy Sabbath day,’ is wholly without warrant.”Faith or Fact, (Preface by Robert G. Ingersoll), p. 114.The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898S00089 Faith Or Fact H M Taber 1897.pdfThe Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898 Some history of Sabbath Change   S00089b Faith or Fact p 114  Henry M. Taber .docHenry M. Taber continues: “why will not Christian people investigate and find out for themselves (which they easily can), that the keeping of Sunday as a ‘holy Sabbath day,’ is wholly without warrant.”Faith or Fact, (Preface by Robert G. Ingersoll), p. 114.The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898S00089 Faith Or Fact H M Taber 1897.pdfThe Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898 Some history of Sabbath Change   S00089b Faith or Fact p 114  Henry M. Taber .docHenry M. Taber continues: “why will not Christian people investigate and find out for themselves (which they easily can), that the keeping of Sunday as a ‘holy Sabbath day,’ is wholly without warrant.”Faith or Fact, (Preface by Robert G. Ingersoll), p. 114.The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898S00089 Faith Or Fact H M Taber 1897.pdfThe Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898 Some history of Sabbath Change   S00089b Faith or Fact p 114  Henry M. Taber .docHenry M. Taber continues: “why will not Christian people investigate and find out for themselves (which they easily can), that the keeping of Sunday as a ‘holy Sabbath day,’ is wholly without warrant.”Faith or Fact, (Preface by Robert G. Ingersoll), p. 114.The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898S00089 Faith Or Fact H M Taber 1897.pdfThe Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898 Some history of Sabbath Change   S00089b Faith or Fact p 114  Henry M. Taber .docHenry M. Taber continues: “why will not Christian people investigate and find out for themselves (which they easily can), that the keeping of Sunday as a ‘holy Sabbath day,’ is wholly without warrant.”Faith or Fact, (Preface by Robert G. Ingersoll), p. 114.The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898S00089 Faith Or Fact H M Taber 1897.pdfThe Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898 Some history of Sabbath Change   S00089b Faith or Fact p 114  Henry M. Taber .docHenry M. Taber continues: “why will not Christian people investigate and find out for themselves (which they easily can), that the keeping of Sunday as a ‘holy Sabbath day,’ is wholly without warrant.”Faith or Fact, (Preface by Robert G. Ingersoll), p. 114.The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898S00089 Faith Or Fact H M Taber 1897.pdfThe Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898 Some history of Sabbath Change   S00089b Faith or Fact p 114  Henry M. Taber .docHenry M. Taber continues: “why will not Christian people investigate and find out for themselves (which they easily can), that the keeping of Sunday as a ‘holy Sabbath day,’ is wholly without warrant.”Faith or Fact, (Preface by Robert G. Ingersoll), p. 114.The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898S00089 Faith Or Fact H M Taber 1897.pdfThe Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898 Some history of Sabbath Change   S00089b Faith or Fact p 114  Henry M. Taber .docHenry M. Taber continues: “why will not Christian people investigate and find out for themselves (which they easily can), that the keeping of Sunday as a ‘holy Sabbath day,’ is wholly without warrant.”Faith or Fact, (Preface by Robert G. Ingersoll), p. 114.The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898S00089 Faith Or Fact H M Taber 1897.pdfThe Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898 Some history of Sabbath Change   S00089b Faith or Fact p 114  Henry M. Taber .docHenry M. Taber continues: “why will not Christian people investigate and find out for themselves (which they easily can), that the keeping of Sunday as a ‘holy Sabbath day,’ is wholly without warrant.”Faith or Fact, (Preface by Robert G. Ingersoll), p. 114.The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898S00089 Faith Or Fact H M Taber 1897.pdfThe Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898 Some history of Sabbath Change   S00089b Faith or Fact p 114  Henry M. Taber .docHenry M. Taber continues: “why will not Christian people investigate and find out for themselves (which they easily can), that the keeping of Sunday as a ‘holy Sabbath day,’ is wholly without warrant.”Faith or Fact, (Preface by Robert G. Ingersoll), p. 114.The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898S00089 Faith Or Fact H M Taber 1897.pdfThe Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898 Some history of Sabbath Change   S00089b Faith or Fact p 114  Henry M. Taber .docHenry M. Taber continues: “why will not Christian people investigate and find out for themselves (which they easily can), that the keeping of Sunday as a ‘holy Sabbath day,’ is wholly without warrant.”Faith or Fact, (Preface by Robert G. Ingersoll), p. 114.The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898S00089 Faith Or Fact H M Taber 1897.pdfThe Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898 Some history of Sabbath Change   S00089b Faith or Fact p 114  Henry M. Taber .docHenry M. Taber continues: “why will not Christian people investigate and find out for themselves (which they easily can), that the keeping of Sunday as a ‘holy Sabbath day,’ is wholly without warrant.”Faith or Fact, (Preface by Robert G. Ingersoll), p. 114.The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898S00089 Faith Or Fact H M Taber 1897.pdfThe Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898 Some history of Sabbath Change   S00089b Faith or Fact p 114  Henry M. Taber .docHenry M. Taber continues: “why will not Christian people investigate and find out for themselves (which they easily can), that the keeping of Sunday as a ‘holy Sabbath day,’ is wholly without warrant.”Faith or Fact, (Preface by Robert G. Ingersoll), p. 114.The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898S00089 Faith Or Fact H M Taber 1897.pdfThe Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898 Some history of Sabbath Change   S00089b Faith or Fact p 114  Henry M. Taber .docHenry M. Taber continues: “why will not Christian people investigate and find out for themselves (which they easily can), that the keeping of Sunday as a ‘holy Sabbath day,’ is wholly without warrant.”Faith or Fact, (Preface by Robert G. Ingersoll), p. 114.The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898S00089 Faith Or Fact H M Taber 1897.pdfThe Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898 Some history of Sabbath Change   S00089b Faith or Fact p 114  Henry M. Taber .docHenry M. Taber continues: “why will not Christian people investigate and find out for themselves (which they easily can), that the keeping of Sunday as a ‘holy Sabbath day,’ is wholly without warrant.”Faith or Fact, (Preface by Robert G. Ingersoll), p. 114.The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898S00089 Faith Or Fact H M Taber 1897.pdfThe Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898 Some history of Sabbath Change   S00089b Faith or Fact p 114  Henry M. Taber .docHenry M. Taber continues: “why will not Christian people investigate and find out for themselves (which they easily can), that the keeping of Sunday as a ‘holy Sabbath day,’ is wholly without warrant.”Faith or Fact, (Preface by Robert G. Ingersoll), p. 114.The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898S00089 Faith Or Fact H M Taber 1897.pdfThe Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898 Some history of Sabbath Change   S00089b Faith or Fact p 114  Henry M. Taber .docHenry M. Taber continues: “why will not Christian people investigate and find out for themselves (which they easily can), that the keeping of Sunday as a ‘holy Sabbath day,’ is wholly without warrant.”Faith or Fact, (Preface by Robert G. Ingersoll), p. 114.The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898S00089 Faith Or Fact H M Taber 1897.pdfThe Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898 Some history of Sabbath Change   S00089b Faith or Fact p 114  Henry M. Taber .docHenry M. Taber continues: “why will not Christian people investigate and find out for themselves (which they easily can), that the keeping of Sunday as a ‘holy Sabbath day,’ is wholly without warrant.”Faith or Fact, (Preface by Robert G. Ingersoll), p. 114.The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898S00089 Faith Or Fact H M Taber 1897.pdfThe Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898 Some history of Sabbath Change   S00089b Faith or Fact p 114  Henry M. Taber .docHenry M. Taber continues: “why will not Christian people investigate and find out for themselves (which they easily can), that the keeping of Sunday as a ‘holy Sabbath day,’ is wholly without warrant.”Faith or Fact, (Preface by Robert G. Ingersoll), p. 114.The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898S00089 Faith Or Fact H M Taber 1897.pdfThe Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898 Some history of Sabbath Change   S00089b Faith or Fact p 114  Henry M. Taber .docHenry M. Taber continues: “why will not Christian people investigate and find out for themselves (which they easily can), that the keeping of Sunday as a ‘holy Sabbath day,’ is wholly without warrant.”Faith or Fact, (Preface by Robert G. Ingersoll), p. 114.The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898S00089 Faith Or Fact H M Taber 1897.pdfThe Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898 Some history of Sabbath Change   S00089b Faith or Fact p 114  Henry M. Taber .docHenry M. Taber continues: “why will not Christian people investigate and find out for themselves (which they easily can), that the keeping of Sunday as a ‘holy Sabbath day,’ is wholly without warrant.”Faith or Fact, (Preface by Robert G. Ingersoll), p. 114.The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898S00089 Faith Or Fact H M Taber 1897.pdfThe Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898 Some history of Sabbath Change   The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898S00089 Faith Or Fact H M Taber 1897.pdfThe Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898 Some history of Sabbath Change   The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898 Some history of Sabbath Change   The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change  

 

S00089b Faith or Fact p 114  Henry M. Taber .docHenry M. Taber continues: “why will not Christian people investigate and find out for themselves (which they easily can), that the keeping of Sunday as a ‘holy Sabbath day,’ is wholly without warrant.”Faith or Fact, (Preface by Robert G. Ingersoll), p. 114.The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898S00089 Faith Or Fact H M Taber 1897.pdfThe Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898 Some history of Sabbath Change   S00089b Faith or Fact p 114  Henry M. Taber .docHenry M. Taber continues: “why will not Christian people investigate and find out for themselves (which they easily can), that the keeping of Sunday as a ‘holy Sabbath day,’ is wholly without warrant.”Faith or Fact, (Preface by Robert G. Ingersoll), p. 114.The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898S00089 Faith Or Fact H M Taber 1897.pdfThe Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898 Some history of Sabbath Change   S00089b Faith or Fact p 114  Henry M. Taber .docHenry M. Taber continues: “why will not Christian people investigate and find out for themselves (which they easily can), that the keeping of Sunday as a ‘holy Sabbath day,’ is wholly without warrant.”Faith or Fact, (Preface by Robert G. Ingersoll), p. 114.The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898S00089 Faith Or Fact H M Taber 1897.pdfThe Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898 Some history of Sabbath Change   S00089b Faith or Fact p 114  Henry M. Taber .docHenry M. Taber continues: “why will not Christian people investigate and find out for themselves (which they easily can), that the keeping of Sunday as a ‘holy Sabbath day,’ is wholly without warrant.”Faith or Fact, (Preface by Robert G. Ingersoll), p. 114.The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898S00089 Faith Or Fact H M Taber 1897.pdfThe Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898 Some history of Sabbath Change   S00089b Faith or Fact p 114  Henry M. Taber .docHenry M. Taber continues: “why will not Christian people investigate and find out for themselves (which they easily can), that the keeping of Sunday as a ‘holy Sabbath day,’ is wholly without warrant.”Faith or Fact, (Preface by Robert G. Ingersoll), p. 114.The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898S00089 Faith Or Fact H M Taber 1897.pdfThe Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898 Some history of Sabbath Change   S00089b Faith or Fact p 114  Henry M. Taber .docHenry M. Taber continues: “why will not Christian people investigate and find out for themselves (which they easily can), that the keeping of Sunday as a ‘holy Sabbath day,’ is wholly without warrant.”Faith or Fact, (Preface by Robert G. Ingersoll), p. 114.The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898S00089 Faith Or Fact H M Taber 1897.pdfThe Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898 Some history of Sabbath Change   S00089b Faith or Fact p 114  Henry M. Taber .docHenry M. Taber continues: “why will not Christian people investigate and find out for themselves (which they easily can), that the keeping of Sunday as a ‘holy Sabbath day,’ is wholly without warrant.”Faith or Fact, (Preface by Robert G. Ingersoll), p. 114.The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898S00089 Faith Or Fact H M Taber 1897.pdfThe Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898 Some history of Sabbath Change   S00089b Faith or Fact p 114  Henry M. Taber .docHenry M. Taber continues: “why will not Christian people investigate and find out for themselves (which they easily can), that the keeping of Sunday as a ‘holy Sabbath day,’ is wholly without warrant.”Faith or Fact, (Preface by Robert G. Ingersoll), p. 114.The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898S00089 Faith Or Fact H M Taber 1897.pdfThe Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898 Some history of Sabbath Change   S00089b Faith or Fact p 114  Henry M. Taber .docHenry M. Taber continues: “why will not Christian people investigate and find out for themselves (which they easily can), that the keeping of Sunday as a ‘holy Sabbath day,’ is wholly without warrant.”Faith or Fact, (Preface by Robert G. Ingersoll), p. 114.The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898S00089 Faith Or Fact H M Taber 1897.pdfThe Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898 Some history of Sabbath Change   S00089b Faith or Fact p 114  Henry M. Taber .docHenry M. Taber continues: “why will not Christian people investigate and find out for themselves (which they easily can), that the keeping of Sunday as a ‘holy Sabbath day,’ is wholly without warrant.”Faith or Fact, (Preface by Robert G. Ingersoll), p. 114.The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898S00089 Faith Or Fact H M Taber 1897.pdfThe Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898 Some history of Sabbath Change   S00089b Faith or Fact p 114  Henry M. Taber .docHenry M. Taber continues: “why will not Christian people investigate and find out for themselves (which they easily can), that the keeping of Sunday as a ‘holy Sabbath day,’ is wholly without warrant.”Faith or Fact, (Preface by Robert G. Ingersoll), p. 114.The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898S00089 Faith Or Fact H M Taber 1897.pdfThe Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898 Some history of Sabbath Change   S00089b Faith or Fact p 114  Henry M. Taber .docHenry M. Taber continues: “why will not Christian people investigate and find out for themselves (which they easily can), that the keeping of Sunday as a ‘holy Sabbath day,’ is wholly without warrant.”Faith or Fact, (Preface by Robert G. Ingersoll), p. 114.The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898S00089 Faith Or Fact H M Taber 1897.pdfThe Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898 Some history of Sabbath Change   S00089b Faith or Fact p 114  Henry M. Taber .docHenry M. Taber continues: “why will not Christian people investigate and find out for themselves (which they easily can), that the keeping of Sunday as a ‘holy Sabbath day,’ is wholly without warrant.”Faith or Fact, (Preface by Robert G. Ingersoll), p. 114.The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898S00089 Faith Or Fact H M Taber 1897.pdfThe Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898 Some history of Sabbath Change   S00089b Faith or Fact p 114  Henry M. Taber .docHenry M. Taber continues: “why will not Christian people investigate and find out for themselves (which they easily can), that the keeping of Sunday as a ‘holy Sabbath day,’ is wholly without warrant.”Faith or Fact, (Preface by Robert G. Ingersoll), p. 114.The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898S00089 Faith Or Fact H M Taber 1897.pdfThe Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898 Some history of Sabbath Change   S00089b Faith or Fact p 114  Henry M. Taber .docHenry M. Taber continues: “why will not Christian people investigate and find out for themselves (which they easily can), that the keeping of Sunday as a ‘holy Sabbath day,’ is wholly without warrant.”Faith or Fact, (Preface by Robert G. Ingersoll), p. 114.The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898S00089 Faith Or Fact H M Taber 1897.pdfThe Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898 Some history of Sabbath Change   S00089b Faith or Fact p 114  Henry M. Taber .docHenry M. Taber continues: “why will not Christian people investigate and find out for themselves (which they easily can), that the keeping of Sunday as a ‘holy Sabbath day,’ is wholly without warrant.”Faith or Fact, (Preface by Robert G. Ingersoll), p. 114.The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898S00089 Faith Or Fact H M Taber 1897.pdfThe Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898 Some history of Sabbath Change   S00089b Faith or Fact p 114  Henry M. Taber .docHenry M. Taber continues: “why will not Christian people investigate and find out for themselves (which they easily can), that the keeping of Sunday as a ‘holy Sabbath day,’ is wholly without warrant.”Faith or Fact, (Preface by Robert G. Ingersoll), p. 114.The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898S00089 Faith Or Fact H M Taber 1897.pdfThe Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898 Some history of Sabbath Change   S00089b Faith or Fact p 114  Henry M. Taber .docHenry M. Taber continues: “why will not Christian people investigate and find out for themselves (which they easily can), that the keeping of Sunday as a ‘holy Sabbath day,’ is wholly without warrant.”Faith or Fact, (Preface by Robert G. Ingersoll), p. 114.The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898S00089 Faith Or Fact H M Taber 1897.pdfThe Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898 Some history of Sabbath Change   S00089b Faith or Fact p 114  Henry M. Taber .docHenry M. Taber continues: “why will not Christian people investigate and find out for themselves (which they easily can), that the keeping of Sunday as a ‘holy Sabbath day,’ is wholly without warrant.”Faith or Fact, (Preface by Robert G. Ingersoll), p. 114.The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898S00089 Faith Or Fact H M Taber 1897.pdfThe Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898 Some history of Sabbath Change   S00089b Faith or Fact p 114  Henry M. Taber .docHenry M. Taber continues: “why will not Christian people investigate and find out for themselves (which they easily can), that the keeping of Sunday as a ‘holy Sabbath day,’ is wholly without warrant.”Faith or Fact, (Preface by Robert G. Ingersoll), p. 114.The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898S00089 Faith Or Fact H M Taber 1897.pdfThe Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898 Some history of Sabbath Change   S00089b Faith or Fact p 114  Henry M. Taber .docHenry M. Taber continues: “why will not Christian people investigate and find out for themselves (which they easily can), that the keeping of Sunday as a ‘holy Sabbath day,’ is wholly without warrant.”Faith or Fact, (Preface by Robert G. Ingersoll), p. 114.The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898S00089 Faith Or Fact H M Taber 1897.pdfThe Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898 Some history of Sabbath Change   S00089b Faith or Fact p 114  Henry M. Taber .docHenry M. Taber continues: “why will not Christian people investigate and find out for themselves (which they easily can), that the keeping of Sunday as a ‘holy Sabbath day,’ is wholly without warrant.”Faith or Fact, (Preface by Robert G. Ingersoll), p. 114.The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898S00089 Faith Or Fact H M Taber 1897.pdfThe Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898 Some history of Sabbath Change   S00089b Faith or Fact p 114  Henry M. Taber .docHenry M. Taber continues: “why will not Christian people investigate and find out for themselves (which they easily can), that the keeping of Sunday as a ‘holy Sabbath day,’ is wholly without warrant.”Faith or Fact, (Preface by Robert G. Ingersoll), p. 114.The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898S00089 Faith Or Fact H M Taber 1897.pdfThe Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898 Some history of Sabbath Change   S00089b Faith or Fact p 114  Henry M. Taber .docHenry M. Taber continues: “why will not Christian people investigate and find out for themselves (which they easily can), that the keeping of Sunday as a ‘holy Sabbath day,’ is wholly without warrant.”Faith or Fact, (Preface by Robert G. Ingersoll), p. 114.The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898S00089 Faith Or Fact H M Taber 1897.pdfThe Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898 Some history of Sabbath Change   S00089b Faith or Fact p 114  Henry M. Taber .docHenry M. Taber continues: “why will not Christian people investigate and find out for themselves (which they easily can), that the keeping of Sunday as a ‘holy Sabbath day,’ is wholly without warrant.”Faith or Fact, (Preface by Robert G. Ingersoll), p. 114.The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898S00089 Faith Or Fact H M Taber 1897.pdfThe Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898 Some history of Sabbath Change   S00089b Faith or Fact p 114  Henry M. Taber .docHenry M. Taber continues: “why will not Christian people investigate and find out for themselves (which they easily can), that the keeping of Sunday as a ‘holy Sabbath day,’ is wholly without warrant.”Faith or Fact, (Preface by Robert G. Ingersoll), p. 114.The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898S00089 Faith Or Fact H M Taber 1897.pdfThe Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898 Some history of Sabbath Change   S00089b Faith or Fact p 114  Henry M. Taber .docHenry M. Taber continues: “why will not Christian people investigate and find out for themselves (which they easily can), that the keeping of Sunday as a ‘holy Sabbath day,’ is wholly without warrant.”Faith or Fact, (Preface by Robert G. Ingersoll), p. 114.The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898S00089 Faith Or Fact H M Taber 1897.pdfThe Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898 Some history of Sabbath Change   S00089b Faith or Fact p 114  Henry M. Taber .docHenry M. Taber continues: “why will not Christian people investigate and find out for themselves (which they easily can), that the keeping of Sunday as a ‘holy Sabbath day,’ is wholly without warrant.”Faith or Fact, (Preface by Robert G. Ingersoll), p. 114.The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898S00089 Faith Or Fact H M Taber 1897.pdfThe Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898 Some history of Sabbath Change   S00089b Faith or Fact p 114  Henry M. Taber .docHenry M. Taber continues: “why will not Christian people investigate and find out for themselves (which they easily can), that the keeping of Sunday as a ‘holy Sabbath day,’ is wholly without warrant.”Faith or Fact, (Preface by Robert G. Ingersoll), p. 114.The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898S00089 Faith Or Fact H M Taber 1897.pdfThe Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898 Some history of Sabbath Change   S00089b Faith or Fact p 114  Henry M. Taber .docHenry M. Taber continues: “why will not Christian people investigate and find out for themselves (which they easily can), that the keeping of Sunday as a ‘holy Sabbath day,’ is wholly without warrant.”Faith or Fact, (Preface by Robert G. Ingersoll), p. 114.The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898S00089 Faith Or Fact H M Taber 1897.pdfThe Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898 Some history of Sabbath Change   S00089b Faith or Fact p 114  Henry M. Taber .docHenry M. Taber continues: “why will not Christian people investigate and find out for themselves (which they easily can), that the keeping of Sunday as a ‘holy Sabbath day,’ is wholly without warrant.”Faith or Fact, (Preface by Robert G. Ingersoll), p. 114.The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898S00089 Faith Or Fact H M Taber 1897.pdfThe Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898 Some history of Sabbath Change   S00089b Faith or Fact p 114  Henry M. Taber .docHenry M. Taber continues: “why will not Christian people investigate and find out for themselves (which they easily can), that the keeping of Sunday as a ‘holy Sabbath day,’ is wholly without warrant.”Faith or Fact, (Preface by Robert G. Ingersoll), p. 114.The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898S00089 Faith Or Fact H M Taber 1897.pdfThe Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898 Some history of Sabbath Change   S00089b Faith or Fact p 114  Henry M. Taber .docHenry M. Taber continues: “why will not Christian people investigate and find out for themselves (which they easily can), that the keeping of Sunday as a ‘holy Sabbath day,’ is wholly without warrant.”Faith or Fact, (Preface by Robert G. Ingersoll), p. 114.The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898S00089 Faith Or Fact H M Taber 1897.pdfThe Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898 Some history of Sabbath Change   S00089b Faith or Fact p 114  Henry M. Taber .docHenry M. Taber continues: “why will not Christian people investigate and find out for themselves (which they easily can), that the keeping of Sunday as a ‘holy Sabbath day,’ is wholly without warrant.”Faith or Fact, (Preface by Robert G. Ingersoll), p. 114.The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898S00089 Faith Or Fact H M Taber 1897.pdfThe Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898 Some history of Sabbath Change   S00089b Faith or Fact p 114  Henry M. Taber .docHenry M. Taber continues: “why will not Christian people investigate and find out for themselves (which they easily can), that the keeping of Sunday as a ‘holy Sabbath day,’ is wholly without warrant.”Faith or Fact, (Preface by Robert G. Ingersoll), p. 114.The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898S00089 Faith Or Fact H M Taber 1897.pdfThe Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898 Some history of Sabbath Change   S00089b Faith or Fact p 114  Henry M. Taber .docHenry M. Taber continues: “why will not Christian people investigate and find out for themselves (which they easily can), that the keeping of Sunday as a ‘holy Sabbath day,’ is wholly without warrant.”Faith or Fact, (Preface by Robert G. Ingersoll), p. 114.The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898S00089 Faith Or Fact H M Taber 1897.pdfThe Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898 Some history of Sabbath Change   S00089b Faith or Fact p 114  Henry M. Taber .docHenry M. Taber continues: “why will not Christian people investigate and find out for themselves (which they easily can), that the keeping of Sunday as a ‘holy Sabbath day,’ is wholly without warrant.”Faith or Fact, (Preface by Robert G. Ingersoll), p. 114.The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898S00089 Faith Or Fact H M Taber 1897.pdfThe Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898 Some history of Sabbath Change   The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898S00089 Faith Or Fact H M Taber 1897.pdfThe Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898 Some history of Sabbath Change   The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898 Some history of Sabbath Change   The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change  

 

S00089b Faith or Fact p 114  Henry M. Taber .docHenry M. Taber continues: “why will not Christian people investigate and find out for themselves (which they easily can), that the keeping of Sunday as a ‘holy Sabbath day,’ is wholly without warrant.”Faith or Fact, (Preface by Robert G. Ingersoll), p. 114.The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898S00089 Faith Or Fact H M Taber 1897.pdfThe Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898 Some history of Sabbath Change   S00089b Faith or Fact p 114  Henry M. Taber .docHenry M. Taber continues: “why will not Christian people investigate and find out for themselves (which they easily can), that the keeping of Sunday as a ‘holy Sabbath day,’ is wholly without warrant.”Faith or Fact, (Preface by Robert G. Ingersoll), p. 114.The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898S00089 Faith Or Fact H M Taber 1897.pdfThe Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898 Some history of Sabbath Change   S00089b Faith or Fact p 114  Henry M. Taber .docHenry M. Taber continues: “why will not Christian people investigate and find out for themselves (which they easily can), that the keeping of Sunday as a ‘holy Sabbath day,’ is wholly without warrant.”Faith or Fact, (Preface by Robert G. Ingersoll), p. 114.The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898S00089 Faith Or Fact H M Taber 1897.pdfThe Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898 Some history of Sabbath Change   S00089b Faith or Fact p 114  Henry M. Taber .docHenry M. Taber continues: “why will not Christian people investigate and find out for themselves (which they easily can), that the keeping of Sunday as a ‘holy Sabbath day,’ is wholly without warrant.”Faith or Fact, (Preface by Robert G. Ingersoll), p. 114.The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898S00089 Faith Or Fact H M Taber 1897.pdfThe Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898 Some history of Sabbath Change   S00089b Faith or Fact p 114  Henry M. Taber .docHenry M. Taber continues: “why will not Christian people investigate and find out for themselves (which they easily can), that the keeping of Sunday as a ‘holy Sabbath day,’ is wholly without warrant.”Faith or Fact, (Preface by Robert G. Ingersoll), p. 114.The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898S00089 Faith Or Fact H M Taber 1897.pdfThe Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898 Some history of Sabbath Change   S00089b Faith or Fact p 114  Henry M. Taber .docHenry M. Taber continues: “why will not Christian people investigate and find out for themselves (which they easily can), that the keeping of Sunday as a ‘holy Sabbath day,’ is wholly without warrant.”Faith or Fact, (Preface by Robert G. Ingersoll), p. 114.The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898S00089 Faith Or Fact H M Taber 1897.pdfThe Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898 Some history of Sabbath Change   S00089b Faith or Fact p 114  Henry M. Taber .docHenry M. Taber continues: “why will not Christian people investigate and find out for themselves (which they easily can), that the keeping of Sunday as a ‘holy Sabbath day,’ is wholly without warrant.”Faith or Fact, (Preface by Robert G. Ingersoll), p. 114.The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898S00089 Faith Or Fact H M Taber 1897.pdfThe Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898 Some history of Sabbath Change   S00089b Faith or Fact p 114  Henry M. Taber .docHenry M. Taber continues: “why will not Christian people investigate and find out for themselves (which they easily can), that the keeping of Sunday as a ‘holy Sabbath day,’ is wholly without warrant.”Faith or Fact, (Preface by Robert G. Ingersoll), p. 114.The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898S00089 Faith Or Fact H M Taber 1897.pdfThe Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898 Some history of Sabbath Change   S00089b Faith or Fact p 114  Henry M. Taber .docHenry M. Taber continues: “why will not Christian people investigate and find out for themselves (which they easily can), that the keeping of Sunday as a ‘holy Sabbath day,’ is wholly without warrant.”Faith or Fact, (Preface by Robert G. Ingersoll), p. 114.The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898S00089 Faith Or Fact H M Taber 1897.pdfThe Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898 Some history of Sabbath Change   S00089b Faith or Fact p 114  Henry M. Taber .docHenry M. Taber continues: “why will not Christian people investigate and find out for themselves (which they easily can), that the keeping of Sunday as a ‘holy Sabbath day,’ is wholly without warrant.”Faith or Fact, (Preface by Robert G. Ingersoll), p. 114.The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898S00089 Faith Or Fact H M Taber 1897.pdfThe Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898 Some history of Sabbath Change   S00089b Faith or Fact p 114  Henry M. Taber .docHenry M. Taber continues: “why will not Christian people investigate and find out for themselves (which they easily can), that the keeping of Sunday as a ‘holy Sabbath day,’ is wholly without warrant.”Faith or Fact, (Preface by Robert G. Ingersoll), p. 114.The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898S00089 Faith Or Fact H M Taber 1897.pdfThe Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898 Some history of Sabbath Change   S00089b Faith or Fact p 114  Henry M. Taber .docHenry M. Taber continues: “why will not Christian people investigate and find out for themselves (which they easily can), that the keeping of Sunday as a ‘holy Sabbath day,’ is wholly without warrant.”Faith or Fact, (Preface by Robert G. Ingersoll), p. 114.The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898S00089 Faith Or Fact H M Taber 1897.pdfThe Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898 Some history of Sabbath Change   S00089b Faith or Fact p 114  Henry M. Taber .docHenry M. Taber continues: “why will not Christian people investigate and find out for themselves (which they easily can), that the keeping of Sunday as a ‘holy Sabbath day,’ is wholly without warrant.”Faith or Fact, (Preface by Robert G. Ingersoll), p. 114.The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898S00089 Faith Or Fact H M Taber 1897.pdfThe Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898 Some history of Sabbath Change   S00089b Faith or Fact p 114  Henry M. Taber .docHenry M. Taber continues: “why will not Christian people investigate and find out for themselves (which they easily can), that the keeping of Sunday as a ‘holy Sabbath day,’ is wholly without warrant.”Faith or Fact, (Preface by Robert G. Ingersoll), p. 114.The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898S00089 Faith Or Fact H M Taber 1897.pdfThe Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898 Some history of Sabbath Change   S00089b Faith or Fact p 114  Henry M. Taber .docHenry M. Taber continues: “why will not Christian people investigate and find out for themselves (which they easily can), that the keeping of Sunday as a ‘holy Sabbath day,’ is wholly without warrant.”Faith or Fact, (Preface by Robert G. Ingersoll), p. 114.The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898S00089 Faith Or Fact H M Taber 1897.pdfThe Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898 Some history of Sabbath Change   S00089b Faith or Fact p 114  Henry M. Taber .docHenry M. Taber continues: “why will not Christian people investigate and find out for themselves (which they easily can), that the keeping of Sunday as a ‘holy Sabbath day,’ is wholly without warrant.”Faith or Fact, (Preface by Robert G. Ingersoll), p. 114.The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898S00089 Faith Or Fact H M Taber 1897.pdfThe Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898 Some history of Sabbath Change   S00089b Faith or Fact p 114  Henry M. Taber .docHenry M. Taber continues: “why will not Christian people investigate and find out for themselves (which they easily can), that the keeping of Sunday as a ‘holy Sabbath day,’ is wholly without warrant.”Faith or Fact, (Preface by Robert G. Ingersoll), p. 114.The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898S00089 Faith Or Fact H M Taber 1897.pdfThe Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898 Some history of Sabbath Change   S00089b Faith or Fact p 114  Henry M. Taber .docHenry M. Taber continues: “why will not Christian people investigate and find out for themselves (which they easily can), that the keeping of Sunday as a ‘holy Sabbath day,’ is wholly without warrant.”Faith or Fact, (Preface by Robert G. Ingersoll), p. 114.The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898S00089 Faith Or Fact H M Taber 1897.pdfThe Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898 Some history of Sabbath Change   S00089b Faith or Fact p 114  Henry M. Taber .docHenry M. Taber continues: “why will not Christian people investigate and find out for themselves (which they easily can), that the keeping of Sunday as a ‘holy Sabbath day,’ is wholly without warrant.”Faith or Fact, (Preface by Robert G. Ingersoll), p. 114.The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898S00089 Faith Or Fact H M Taber 1897.pdfThe Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898 Some history of Sabbath Change   S00089b Faith or Fact p 114  Henry M. Taber .docHenry M. Taber continues: “why will not Christian people investigate and find out for themselves (which they easily can), that the keeping of Sunday as a ‘holy Sabbath day,’ is wholly without warrant.”Faith or Fact, (Preface by Robert G. Ingersoll), p. 114.The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898S00089 Faith Or Fact H M Taber 1897.pdfThe Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898 Some history of Sabbath Change   S00089b Faith or Fact p 114  Henry M. Taber .docHenry M. Taber continues: “why will not Christian people investigate and find out for themselves (which they easily can), that the keeping of Sunday as a ‘holy Sabbath day,’ is wholly without warrant.”Faith or Fact, (Preface by Robert G. Ingersoll), p. 114.The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898S00089 Faith Or Fact H M Taber 1897.pdfThe Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898 Some history of Sabbath Change   S00089b Faith or Fact p 114  Henry M. Taber .docHenry M. Taber continues: “why will not Christian people investigate and find out for themselves (which they easily can), that the keeping of Sunday as a ‘holy Sabbath day,’ is wholly without warrant.”Faith or Fact, (Preface by Robert G. Ingersoll), p. 114.The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898S00089 Faith Or Fact H M Taber 1897.pdfThe Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898 Some history of Sabbath Change   S00089b Faith or Fact p 114  Henry M. Taber .docHenry M. Taber continues: “why will not Christian people investigate and find out for themselves (which they easily can), that the keeping of Sunday as a ‘holy Sabbath day,’ is wholly without warrant.”Faith or Fact, (Preface by Robert G. Ingersoll), p. 114.The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898S00089 Faith Or Fact H M Taber 1897.pdfThe Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898 Some history of Sabbath Change   S00089b Faith or Fact p 114  Henry M. Taber .docHenry M. Taber continues: “why will not Christian people investigate and find out for themselves (which they easily can), that the keeping of Sunday as a ‘holy Sabbath day,’ is wholly without warrant.”Faith or Fact, (Preface by Robert G. Ingersoll), p. 114.The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898S00089 Faith Or Fact H M Taber 1897.pdfThe Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898 Some history of Sabbath Change   S00089b Faith or Fact p 114  Henry M. Taber .docHenry M. Taber continues: “why will not Christian people investigate and find out for themselves (which they easily can), that the keeping of Sunday as a ‘holy Sabbath day,’ is wholly without warrant.”Faith or Fact, (Preface by Robert G. Ingersoll), p. 114.The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898S00089 Faith Or Fact H M Taber 1897.pdfThe Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898 Some history of Sabbath Change   S00089b Faith or Fact p 114  Henry M. Taber .docHenry M. Taber continues: “why will not Christian people investigate and find out for themselves (which they easily can), that the keeping of Sunday as a ‘holy Sabbath day,’ is wholly without warrant.”Faith or Fact, (Preface by Robert G. Ingersoll), p. 114.The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898S00089 Faith Or Fact H M Taber 1897.pdfThe Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898 Some history of Sabbath Change   S00089b Faith or Fact p 114  Henry M. Taber .docHenry M. Taber continues: “why will not Christian people investigate and find out for themselves (which they easily can), that the keeping of Sunday as a ‘holy Sabbath day,’ is wholly without warrant.”Faith or Fact, (Preface by Robert G. Ingersoll), p. 114.The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898S00089 Faith Or Fact H M Taber 1897.pdfThe Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898 Some history of Sabbath Change   S00089b Faith or Fact p 114  Henry M. Taber .docHenry M. Taber continues: “why will not Christian people investigate and find out for themselves (which they easily can), that the keeping of Sunday as a ‘holy Sabbath day,’ is wholly without warrant.”Faith or Fact, (Preface by Robert G. Ingersoll), p. 114.The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898S00089 Faith Or Fact H M Taber 1897.pdfThe Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898 Some history of Sabbath Change   S00089b Faith or Fact p 114  Henry M. Taber .docHenry M. Taber continues: “why will not Christian people investigate and find out for themselves (which they easily can), that the keeping of Sunday as a ‘holy Sabbath day,’ is wholly without warrant.”Faith or Fact, (Preface by Robert G. Ingersoll), p. 114.The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898S00089 Faith Or Fact H M Taber 1897.pdfThe Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898 Some history of Sabbath Change   S00089b Faith or Fact p 114  Henry M. Taber .docHenry M. Taber continues: “why will not Christian people investigate and find out for themselves (which they easily can), that the keeping of Sunday as a ‘holy Sabbath day,’ is wholly without warrant.”Faith or Fact, (Preface by Robert G. Ingersoll), p. 114.The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898S00089 Faith Or Fact H M Taber 1897.pdfThe Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898 Some history of Sabbath Change   S00089b Faith or Fact p 114  Henry M. Taber .docHenry M. Taber continues: “why will not Christian people investigate and find out for themselves (which they easily can), that the keeping of Sunday as a ‘holy Sabbath day,’ is wholly without warrant.”Faith or Fact, (Preface by Robert G. Ingersoll), p. 114.The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898S00089 Faith Or Fact H M Taber 1897.pdfThe Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898 Some history of Sabbath Change   S00089b Faith or Fact p 114  Henry M. Taber .docHenry M. Taber continues: “why will not Christian people investigate and find out for themselves (which they easily can), that the keeping of Sunday as a ‘holy Sabbath day,’ is wholly without warrant.”Faith or Fact, (Preface by Robert G. Ingersoll), p. 114.The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898S00089 Faith Or Fact H M Taber 1897.pdfThe Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898 Some history of Sabbath Change   S00089b Faith or Fact p 114  Henry M. Taber .docHenry M. Taber continues: “why will not Christian people investigate and find out for themselves (which they easily can), that the keeping of Sunday as a ‘holy Sabbath day,’ is wholly without warrant.”Faith or Fact, (Preface by Robert G. Ingersoll), p. 114.The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898S00089 Faith Or Fact H M Taber 1897.pdfThe Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898 Some history of Sabbath Change   S00089b Faith or Fact p 114  Henry M. Taber .docHenry M. Taber continues: “why will not Christian people investigate and find out for themselves (which they easily can), that the keeping of Sunday as a ‘holy Sabbath day,’ is wholly without warrant.”Faith or Fact, (Preface by Robert G. Ingersoll), p. 114.The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898S00089 Faith Or Fact H M Taber 1897.pdfThe Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898 Some history of Sabbath Change   S00089b Faith or Fact p 114  Henry M. Taber .docHenry M. Taber continues: “why will not Christian people investigate and find out for themselves (which they easily can), that the keeping of Sunday as a ‘holy Sabbath day,’ is wholly without warrant.”Faith or Fact, (Preface by Robert G. Ingersoll), p. 114.The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898S00089 Faith Or Fact H M Taber 1897.pdfThe Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898 Some history of Sabbath Change   S00089b Faith or Fact p 114  Henry M. Taber .docHenry M. Taber continues: “why will not Christian people investigate and find out for themselves (which they easily can), that the keeping of Sunday as a ‘holy Sabbath day,’ is wholly without warrant.”Faith or Fact, (Preface by Robert G. Ingersoll), p. 114.The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898S00089 Faith Or Fact H M Taber 1897.pdfThe Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898 Some history of Sabbath Change   The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898S00089 Faith Or Fact H M Taber 1897.pdfThe Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898 Some history of Sabbath Change   The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898 Some history of Sabbath Change   The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change  

 

S00089b Faith or Fact p 114  Henry M. Taber .docHenry M. Taber continues: “why will not Christian people investigate and find out for themselves (which they easily can), that the keeping of Sunday as a ‘holy Sabbath day,’ is wholly without warrant.”Faith or Fact, (Preface by Robert G. Ingersoll), p. 114.The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898S00089 Faith Or Fact H M Taber 1897.pdfThe Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898 Some history of Sabbath Change   S00089b Faith or Fact p 114  Henry M. Taber .docHenry M. Taber continues: “why will not Christian people investigate and find out for themselves (which they easily can), that the keeping of Sunday as a ‘holy Sabbath day,’ is wholly without warrant.”Faith or Fact, (Preface by Robert G. Ingersoll), p. 114.The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898S00089 Faith Or Fact H M Taber 1897.pdfThe Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898 Some history of Sabbath Change   S00089b Faith or Fact p 114  Henry M. Taber .docHenry M. Taber continues: “why will not Christian people investigate and find out for themselves (which they easily can), that the keeping of Sunday as a ‘holy Sabbath day,’ is wholly without warrant.”Faith or Fact, (Preface by Robert G. Ingersoll), p. 114.The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898S00089 Faith Or Fact H M Taber 1897.pdfThe Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898 Some history of Sabbath Change   S00089b Faith or Fact p 114  Henry M. Taber .docHenry M. Taber continues: “why will not Christian people investigate and find out for themselves (which they easily can), that the keeping of Sunday as a ‘holy Sabbath day,’ is wholly without warrant.”Faith or Fact, (Preface by Robert G. Ingersoll), p. 114.The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898S00089 Faith Or Fact H M Taber 1897.pdfThe Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898 Some history of Sabbath Change   S00089b Faith or Fact p 114  Henry M. Taber .docHenry M. Taber continues: “why will not Christian people investigate and find out for themselves (which they easily can), that the keeping of Sunday as a ‘holy Sabbath day,’ is wholly without warrant.”Faith or Fact, (Preface by Robert G. Ingersoll), p. 114.The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898S00089 Faith Or Fact H M Taber 1897.pdfThe Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898 Some history of Sabbath Change   S00089b Faith or Fact p 114  Henry M. Taber .docHenry M. Taber continues: “why will not Christian people investigate and find out for themselves (which they easily can), that the keeping of Sunday as a ‘holy Sabbath day,’ is wholly without warrant.”Faith or Fact, (Preface by Robert G. Ingersoll), p. 114.The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898S00089 Faith Or Fact H M Taber 1897.pdfThe Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898 Some history of Sabbath Change   S00089b Faith or Fact p 114  Henry M. Taber .docHenry M. Taber continues: “why will not Christian people investigate and find out for themselves (which they easily can), that the keeping of Sunday as a ‘holy Sabbath day,’ is wholly without warrant.”Faith or Fact, (Preface by Robert G. Ingersoll), p. 114.The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898S00089 Faith Or Fact H M Taber 1897.pdfThe Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898 Some history of Sabbath Change   S00089b Faith or Fact p 114  Henry M. Taber .docHenry M. Taber continues: “why will not Christian people investigate and find out for themselves (which they easily can), that the keeping of Sunday as a ‘holy Sabbath day,’ is wholly without warrant.”Faith or Fact, (Preface by Robert G. Ingersoll), p. 114.The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898S00089 Faith Or Fact H M Taber 1897.pdfThe Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898 Some history of Sabbath Change   S00089b Faith or Fact p 114  Henry M. Taber .docHenry M. Taber continues: “why will not Christian people investigate and find out for themselves (which they easily can), that the keeping of Sunday as a ‘holy Sabbath day,’ is wholly without warrant.”Faith or Fact, (Preface by Robert G. Ingersoll), p. 114.The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898S00089 Faith Or Fact H M Taber 1897.pdfThe Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898 Some history of Sabbath Change   S00089b Faith or Fact p 114  Henry M. Taber .docHenry M. Taber continues: “why will not Christian people investigate and find out for themselves (which they easily can), that the keeping of Sunday as a ‘holy Sabbath day,’ is wholly without warrant.”Faith or Fact, (Preface by Robert G. Ingersoll), p. 114.The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898S00089 Faith Or Fact H M Taber 1897.pdfThe Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898 Some history of Sabbath Change   S00089b Faith or Fact p 114  Henry M. Taber .docHenry M. Taber continues: “why will not Christian people investigate and find out for themselves (which they easily can), that the keeping of Sunday as a ‘holy Sabbath day,’ is wholly without warrant.”Faith or Fact, (Preface by Robert G. Ingersoll), p. 114.The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898S00089 Faith Or Fact H M Taber 1897.pdfThe Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898 Some history of Sabbath Change   S00089b Faith or Fact p 114  Henry M. Taber .docHenry M. Taber continues: “why will not Christian people investigate and find out for themselves (which they easily can), that the keeping of Sunday as a ‘holy Sabbath day,’ is wholly without warrant.”Faith or Fact, (Preface by Robert G. Ingersoll), p. 114.The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898S00089 Faith Or Fact H M Taber 1897.pdfThe Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898 Some history of Sabbath Change   S00089b Faith or Fact p 114  Henry M. Taber .docHenry M. Taber continues: “why will not Christian people investigate and find out for themselves (which they easily can), that the keeping of Sunday as a ‘holy Sabbath day,’ is wholly without warrant.”Faith or Fact, (Preface by Robert G. Ingersoll), p. 114.The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898S00089 Faith Or Fact H M Taber 1897.pdfThe Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898 Some history of Sabbath Change   S00089b Faith or Fact p 114  Henry M. Taber .docHenry M. Taber continues: “why will not Christian people investigate and find out for themselves (which they easily can), that the keeping of Sunday as a ‘holy Sabbath day,’ is wholly without warrant.”Faith or Fact, (Preface by Robert G. Ingersoll), p. 114.The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898S00089 Faith Or Fact H M Taber 1897.pdfThe Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898 Some history of Sabbath Change   S00089b Faith or Fact p 114  Henry M. Taber .docHenry M. Taber continues: “why will not Christian people investigate and find out for themselves (which they easily can), that the keeping of Sunday as a ‘holy Sabbath day,’ is wholly without warrant.”Faith or Fact, (Preface by Robert G. Ingersoll), p. 114.The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898S00089 Faith Or Fact H M Taber 1897.pdfThe Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898 Some history of Sabbath Change   S00089b Faith or Fact p 114  Henry M. Taber .docHenry M. Taber continues: “why will not Christian people investigate and find out for themselves (which they easily can), that the keeping of Sunday as a ‘holy Sabbath day,’ is wholly without warrant.”Faith or Fact, (Preface by Robert G. Ingersoll), p. 114.The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898S00089 Faith Or Fact H M Taber 1897.pdfThe Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898 Some history of Sabbath Change   S00089b Faith or Fact p 114  Henry M. Taber .docHenry M. Taber continues: “why will not Christian people investigate and find out for themselves (which they easily can), that the keeping of Sunday as a ‘holy Sabbath day,’ is wholly without warrant.”Faith or Fact, (Preface by Robert G. Ingersoll), p. 114.The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898S00089 Faith Or Fact H M Taber 1897.pdfThe Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898 Some history of Sabbath Change   S00089b Faith or Fact p 114  Henry M. Taber .docHenry M. Taber continues: “why will not Christian people investigate and find out for themselves (which they easily can), that the keeping of Sunday as a ‘holy Sabbath day,’ is wholly without warrant.”Faith or Fact, (Preface by Robert G. Ingersoll), p. 114.The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898S00089 Faith Or Fact H M Taber 1897.pdfThe Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898 Some history of Sabbath Change   S00089b Faith or Fact p 114  Henry M. Taber .docHenry M. Taber continues: “why will not Christian people investigate and find out for themselves (which they easily can), that the keeping of Sunday as a ‘holy Sabbath day,’ is wholly without warrant.”Faith or Fact, (Preface by Robert G. Ingersoll), p. 114.The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898S00089 Faith Or Fact H M Taber 1897.pdfThe Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898 Some history of Sabbath Change   S00089b Faith or Fact p 114  Henry M. Taber .docHenry M. Taber continues: “why will not Christian people investigate and find out for themselves (which they easily can), that the keeping of Sunday as a ‘holy Sabbath day,’ is wholly without warrant.”Faith or Fact, (Preface by Robert G. Ingersoll), p. 114.The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898S00089 Faith Or Fact H M Taber 1897.pdfThe Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898 Some history of Sabbath Change   S00089b Faith or Fact p 114  Henry M. Taber .docHenry M. Taber continues: “why will not Christian people investigate and find out for themselves (which they easily can), that the keeping of Sunday as a ‘holy Sabbath day,’ is wholly without warrant.”Faith or Fact, (Preface by Robert G. Ingersoll), p. 114.The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898S00089 Faith Or Fact H M Taber 1897.pdfThe Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898 Some history of Sabbath Change   S00089b Faith or Fact p 114  Henry M. Taber .docHenry M. Taber continues: “why will not Christian people investigate and find out for themselves (which they easily can), that the keeping of Sunday as a ‘holy Sabbath day,’ is wholly without warrant.”Faith or Fact, (Preface by Robert G. Ingersoll), p. 114.The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898S00089 Faith Or Fact H M Taber 1897.pdfThe Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898 Some history of Sabbath Change   S00089b Faith or Fact p 114  Henry M. Taber .docHenry M. Taber continues: “why will not Christian people investigate and find out for themselves (which they easily can), that the keeping of Sunday as a ‘holy Sabbath day,’ is wholly without warrant.”Faith or Fact, (Preface by Robert G. Ingersoll), p. 114.The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898S00089 Faith Or Fact H M Taber 1897.pdfThe Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898 Some history of Sabbath Change   S00089b Faith or Fact p 114  Henry M. Taber .docHenry M. Taber continues: “why will not Christian people investigate and find out for themselves (which they easily can), that the keeping of Sunday as a ‘holy Sabbath day,’ is wholly without warrant.”Faith or Fact, (Preface by Robert G. Ingersoll), p. 114.The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898S00089 Faith Or Fact H M Taber 1897.pdfThe Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898 Some history of Sabbath Change   S00089b Faith or Fact p 114  Henry M. Taber .docHenry M. Taber continues: “why will not Christian people investigate and find out for themselves (which they easily can), that the keeping of Sunday as a ‘holy Sabbath day,’ is wholly without warrant.”Faith or Fact, (Preface by Robert G. Ingersoll), p. 114.The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898S00089 Faith Or Fact H M Taber 1897.pdfThe Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898 Some history of Sabbath Change   S00089b Faith or Fact p 114  Henry M. Taber .docHenry M. Taber continues: “why will not Christian people investigate and find out for themselves (which they easily can), that the keeping of Sunday as a ‘holy Sabbath day,’ is wholly without warrant.”Faith or Fact, (Preface by Robert G. Ingersoll), p. 114.The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898S00089 Faith Or Fact H M Taber 1897.pdfThe Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898 Some history of Sabbath Change   S00089b Faith or Fact p 114  Henry M. Taber .docHenry M. Taber continues: “why will not Christian people investigate and find out for themselves (which they easily can), that the keeping of Sunday as a ‘holy Sabbath day,’ is wholly without warrant.”Faith or Fact, (Preface by Robert G. Ingersoll), p. 114.The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898S00089 Faith Or Fact H M Taber 1897.pdfThe Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898 Some history of Sabbath Change   S00089b Faith or Fact p 114  Henry M. Taber .docHenry M. Taber continues: “why will not Christian people investigate and find out for themselves (which they easily can), that the keeping of Sunday as a ‘holy Sabbath day,’ is wholly without warrant.”Faith or Fact, (Preface by Robert G. Ingersoll), p. 114.The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898S00089 Faith Or Fact H M Taber 1897.pdfThe Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898 Some history of Sabbath Change   S00089b Faith or Fact p 114  Henry M. Taber .docHenry M. Taber continues: “why will not Christian people investigate and find out for themselves (which they easily can), that the keeping of Sunday as a ‘holy Sabbath day,’ is wholly without warrant.”Faith or Fact, (Preface by Robert G. Ingersoll), p. 114.The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898S00089 Faith Or Fact H M Taber 1897.pdfThe Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898 Some history of Sabbath Change   S00089b Faith or Fact p 114  Henry M. Taber .docHenry M. Taber continues: “why will not Christian people investigate and find out for themselves (which they easily can), that the keeping of Sunday as a ‘holy Sabbath day,’ is wholly without warrant.”Faith or Fact, (Preface by Robert G. Ingersoll), p. 114.The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898S00089 Faith Or Fact H M Taber 1897.pdfThe Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898 Some history of Sabbath Change   S00089b Faith or Fact p 114  Henry M. Taber .docHenry M. Taber continues: “why will not Christian people investigate and find out for themselves (which they easily can), that the keeping of Sunday as a ‘holy Sabbath day,’ is wholly without warrant.”Faith or Fact, (Preface by Robert G. Ingersoll), p. 114.The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898S00089 Faith Or Fact H M Taber 1897.pdfThe Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898 Some history of Sabbath Change   S00089b Faith or Fact p 114  Henry M. Taber .docHenry M. Taber continues: “why will not Christian people investigate and find out for themselves (which they easily can), that the keeping of Sunday as a ‘holy Sabbath day,’ is wholly without warrant.”Faith or Fact, (Preface by Robert G. Ingersoll), p. 114.The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898S00089 Faith Or Fact H M Taber 1897.pdfThe Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898 Some history of Sabbath Change   S00089b Faith or Fact p 114  Henry M. Taber .docHenry M. Taber continues: “why will not Christian people investigate and find out for themselves (which they easily can), that the keeping of Sunday as a ‘holy Sabbath day,’ is wholly without warrant.”Faith or Fact, (Preface by Robert G. Ingersoll), p. 114.The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898S00089 Faith Or Fact H M Taber 1897.pdfThe Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898 Some history of Sabbath Change   S00089b Faith or Fact p 114  Henry M. Taber .docHenry M. Taber continues: “why will not Christian people investigate and find out for themselves (which they easily can), that the keeping of Sunday as a ‘holy Sabbath day,’ is wholly without warrant.”Faith or Fact, (Preface by Robert G. Ingersoll), p. 114.The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898S00089 Faith Or Fact H M Taber 1897.pdfThe Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898 Some history of Sabbath Change   S00089b Faith or Fact p 114  Henry M. Taber .docHenry M. Taber continues: “why will not Christian people investigate and find out for themselves (which they easily can), that the keeping of Sunday as a ‘holy Sabbath day,’ is wholly without warrant.”Faith or Fact, (Preface by Robert G. Ingersoll), p. 114.The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898S00089 Faith Or Fact H M Taber 1897.pdfThe Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898 Some history of Sabbath Change   The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898S00089 Faith Or Fact H M Taber 1897.pdfThe Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898 Some history of Sabbath Change   The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898 Some history of Sabbath Change   The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change  

 

S00089b Faith or Fact p 114  Henry M. Taber .docHenry M. Taber continues: “why will not Christian people investigate and find out for themselves (which they easily can), that the keeping of Sunday as a ‘holy Sabbath day,’ is wholly without warrant.”Faith or Fact, (Preface by Robert G. Ingersoll), p. 114.The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898S00089 Faith Or Fact H M Taber 1897.pdfThe Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898 Some history of Sabbath Change   S00089b Faith or Fact p 114  Henry M. Taber .docHenry M. Taber continues: “why will not Christian people investigate and find out for themselves (which they easily can), that the keeping of Sunday as a ‘holy Sabbath day,’ is wholly without warrant.”Faith or Fact, (Preface by Robert G. Ingersoll), p. 114.The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898S00089 Faith Or Fact H M Taber 1897.pdfThe Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898 Some history of Sabbath Change   S00089b Faith or Fact p 114  Henry M. Taber .docHenry M. Taber continues: “why will not Christian people investigate and find out for themselves (which they easily can), that the keeping of Sunday as a ‘holy Sabbath day,’ is wholly without warrant.”Faith or Fact, (Preface by Robert G. Ingersoll), p. 114.The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898S00089 Faith Or Fact H M Taber 1897.pdfThe Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898 Some history of Sabbath Change   S00089b Faith or Fact p 114  Henry M. Taber .docHenry M. Taber continues: “why will not Christian people investigate and find out for themselves (which they easily can), that the keeping of Sunday as a ‘holy Sabbath day,’ is wholly without warrant.”Faith or Fact, (Preface by Robert G. Ingersoll), p. 114.The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898S00089 Faith Or Fact H M Taber 1897.pdfThe Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898 Some history of Sabbath Change   S00089b Faith or Fact p 114  Henry M. Taber .docHenry M. Taber continues: “why will not Christian people investigate and find out for themselves (which they easily can), that the keeping of Sunday as a ‘holy Sabbath day,’ is wholly without warrant.”Faith or Fact, (Preface by Robert G. Ingersoll), p. 114.The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898S00089 Faith Or Fact H M Taber 1897.pdfThe Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898 Some history of Sabbath Change   S00089b Faith or Fact p 114  Henry M. Taber .docHenry M. Taber continues: “why will not Christian people investigate and find out for themselves (which they easily can), that the keeping of Sunday as a ‘holy Sabbath day,’ is wholly without warrant.”Faith or Fact, (Preface by Robert G. Ingersoll), p. 114.The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898S00089 Faith Or Fact H M Taber 1897.pdfThe Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898 Some history of Sabbath Change   S00089b Faith or Fact p 114  Henry M. Taber .docHenry M. Taber continues: “why will not Christian people investigate and find out for themselves (which they easily can), that the keeping of Sunday as a ‘holy Sabbath day,’ is wholly without warrant.”Faith or Fact, (Preface by Robert G. Ingersoll), p. 114.The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898S00089 Faith Or Fact H M Taber 1897.pdfThe Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898 Some history of Sabbath Change   S00089b Faith or Fact p 114  Henry M. Taber .docHenry M. Taber continues: “why will not Christian people investigate and find out for themselves (which they easily can), that the keeping of Sunday as a ‘holy Sabbath day,’ is wholly without warrant.”Faith or Fact, (Preface by Robert G. Ingersoll), p. 114.The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898S00089 Faith Or Fact H M Taber 1897.pdfThe Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898 Some history of Sabbath Change   S00089b Faith or Fact p 114  Henry M. Taber .docHenry M. Taber continues: “why will not Christian people investigate and find out for themselves (which they easily can), that the keeping of Sunday as a ‘holy Sabbath day,’ is wholly without warrant.”Faith or Fact, (Preface by Robert G. Ingersoll), p. 114.The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898S00089 Faith Or Fact H M Taber 1897.pdfThe Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898 Some history of Sabbath Change   S00089b Faith or Fact p 114  Henry M. Taber .docHenry M. Taber continues: “why will not Christian people investigate and find out for themselves (which they easily can), that the keeping of Sunday as a ‘holy Sabbath day,’ is wholly without warrant.”Faith or Fact, (Preface by Robert G. Ingersoll), p. 114.The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898S00089 Faith Or Fact H M Taber 1897.pdfThe Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898 Some history of Sabbath Change   S00089b Faith or Fact p 114  Henry M. Taber .docHenry M. Taber continues: “why will not Christian people investigate and find out for themselves (which they easily can), that the keeping of Sunday as a ‘holy Sabbath day,’ is wholly without warrant.”Faith or Fact, (Preface by Robert G. Ingersoll), p. 114.The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898S00089 Faith Or Fact H M Taber 1897.pdfThe Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898 Some history of Sabbath Change   S00089b Faith or Fact p 114  Henry M. Taber .docHenry M. Taber continues: “why will not Christian people investigate and find out for themselves (which they easily can), that the keeping of Sunday as a ‘holy Sabbath day,’ is wholly without warrant.”Faith or Fact, (Preface by Robert G. Ingersoll), p. 114.The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898S00089 Faith Or Fact H M Taber 1897.pdfThe Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898 Some history of Sabbath Change   S00089b Faith or Fact p 114  Henry M. Taber .docHenry M. Taber continues: “why will not Christian people investigate and find out for themselves (which they easily can), that the keeping of Sunday as a ‘holy Sabbath day,’ is wholly without warrant.”Faith or Fact, (Preface by Robert G. Ingersoll), p. 114.The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898S00089 Faith Or Fact H M Taber 1897.pdfThe Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898 Some history of Sabbath Change   S00089b Faith or Fact p 114  Henry M. Taber .docHenry M. Taber continues: “why will not Christian people investigate and find out for themselves (which they easily can), that the keeping of Sunday as a ‘holy Sabbath day,’ is wholly without warrant.”Faith or Fact, (Preface by Robert G. Ingersoll), p. 114.The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898S00089 Faith Or Fact H M Taber 1897.pdfThe Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898 Some history of Sabbath Change   S00089b Faith or Fact p 114  Henry M. Taber .docHenry M. Taber continues: “why will not Christian people investigate and find out for themselves (which they easily can), that the keeping of Sunday as a ‘holy Sabbath day,’ is wholly without warrant.”Faith or Fact, (Preface by Robert G. Ingersoll), p. 114.The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898S00089 Faith Or Fact H M Taber 1897.pdfThe Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898 Some history of Sabbath Change   S00089b Faith or Fact p 114  Henry M. Taber .docHenry M. Taber continues: “why will not Christian people investigate and find out for themselves (which they easily can), that the keeping of Sunday as a ‘holy Sabbath day,’ is wholly without warrant.”Faith or Fact, (Preface by Robert G. Ingersoll), p. 114.The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898S00089 Faith Or Fact H M Taber 1897.pdfThe Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898 Some history of Sabbath Change   S00089b Faith or Fact p 114  Henry M. Taber .docHenry M. Taber continues: “why will not Christian people investigate and find out for themselves (which they easily can), that the keeping of Sunday as a ‘holy Sabbath day,’ is wholly without warrant.”Faith or Fact, (Preface by Robert G. Ingersoll), p. 114.The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898S00089 Faith Or Fact H M Taber 1897.pdfThe Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898 Some history of Sabbath Change   S00089b Faith or Fact p 114  Henry M. Taber .docHenry M. Taber continues: “why will not Christian people investigate and find out for themselves (which they easily can), that the keeping of Sunday as a ‘holy Sabbath day,’ is wholly without warrant.”Faith or Fact, (Preface by Robert G. Ingersoll), p. 114.The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898S00089 Faith Or Fact H M Taber 1897.pdfThe Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898 Some history of Sabbath Change   S00089b Faith or Fact p 114  Henry M. Taber .docHenry M. Taber continues: “why will not Christian people investigate and find out for themselves (which they easily can), that the keeping of Sunday as a ‘holy Sabbath day,’ is wholly without warrant.”Faith or Fact, (Preface by Robert G. Ingersoll), p. 114.The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898S00089 Faith Or Fact H M Taber 1897.pdfThe Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898 Some history of Sabbath Change   S00089b Faith or Fact p 114  Henry M. Taber .docHenry M. Taber continues: “why will not Christian people investigate and find out for themselves (which they easily can), that the keeping of Sunday as a ‘holy Sabbath day,’ is wholly without warrant.”Faith or Fact, (Preface by Robert G. Ingersoll), p. 114.The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898S00089 Faith Or Fact H M Taber 1897.pdfThe Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898 Some history of Sabbath Change   S00089b Faith or Fact p 114  Henry M. Taber .docHenry M. Taber continues: “why will not Christian people investigate and find out for themselves (which they easily can), that the keeping of Sunday as a ‘holy Sabbath day,’ is wholly without warrant.”Faith or Fact, (Preface by Robert G. Ingersoll), p. 114.The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898S00089 Faith Or Fact H M Taber 1897.pdfThe Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898 Some history of Sabbath Change   S00089b Faith or Fact p 114  Henry M. Taber .docHenry M. Taber continues: “why will not Christian people investigate and find out for themselves (which they easily can), that the keeping of Sunday as a ‘holy Sabbath day,’ is wholly without warrant.”Faith or Fact, (Preface by Robert G. Ingersoll), p. 114.The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898S00089 Faith Or Fact H M Taber 1897.pdfThe Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898 Some history of Sabbath Change   S00089b Faith or Fact p 114  Henry M. Taber .docHenry M. Taber continues: “why will not Christian people investigate and find out for themselves (which they easily can), that the keeping of Sunday as a ‘holy Sabbath day,’ is wholly without warrant.”Faith or Fact, (Preface by Robert G. Ingersoll), p. 114.The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898S00089 Faith Or Fact H M Taber 1897.pdfThe Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898 Some history of Sabbath Change   S00089b Faith or Fact p 114  Henry M. Taber .docHenry M. Taber continues: “why will not Christian people investigate and find out for themselves (which they easily can), that the keeping of Sunday as a ‘holy Sabbath day,’ is wholly without warrant.”Faith or Fact, (Preface by Robert G. Ingersoll), p. 114.The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898S00089 Faith Or Fact H M Taber 1897.pdfThe Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898 Some history of Sabbath Change   S00089b Faith or Fact p 114  Henry M. Taber .docHenry M. Taber continues: “why will not Christian people investigate and find out for themselves (which they easily can), that the keeping of Sunday as a ‘holy Sabbath day,’ is wholly without warrant.”Faith or Fact, (Preface by Robert G. Ingersoll), p. 114.The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898S00089 Faith Or Fact H M Taber 1897.pdfThe Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898 Some history of Sabbath Change   S00089b Faith or Fact p 114  Henry M. Taber .docHenry M. Taber continues: “why will not Christian people investigate and find out for themselves (which they easily can), that the keeping of Sunday as a ‘holy Sabbath day,’ is wholly without warrant.”Faith or Fact, (Preface by Robert G. Ingersoll), p. 114.The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898S00089 Faith Or Fact H M Taber 1897.pdfThe Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898 Some history of Sabbath Change   S00089b Faith or Fact p 114  Henry M. Taber .docHenry M. Taber continues: “why will not Christian people investigate and find out for themselves (which they easily can), that the keeping of Sunday as a ‘holy Sabbath day,’ is wholly without warrant.”Faith or Fact, (Preface by Robert G. Ingersoll), p. 114.The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898S00089 Faith Or Fact H M Taber 1897.pdfThe Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898 Some history of Sabbath Change   S00089b Faith or Fact p 114  Henry M. Taber .docHenry M. Taber continues: “why will not Christian people investigate and find out for themselves (which they easily can), that the keeping of Sunday as a ‘holy Sabbath day,’ is wholly without warrant.”Faith or Fact, (Preface by Robert G. Ingersoll), p. 114.The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898S00089 Faith Or Fact H M Taber 1897.pdfThe Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898 Some history of Sabbath Change   S00089b Faith or Fact p 114  Henry M. Taber .docHenry M. Taber continues: “why will not Christian people investigate and find out for themselves (which they easily can), that the keeping of Sunday as a ‘holy Sabbath day,’ is wholly without warrant.”Faith or Fact, (Preface by Robert G. Ingersoll), p. 114.The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898S00089 Faith Or Fact H M Taber 1897.pdfThe Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898 Some history of Sabbath Change   S00089b Faith or Fact p 114  Henry M. Taber .docHenry M. Taber continues: “why will not Christian people investigate and find out for themselves (which they easily can), that the keeping of Sunday as a ‘holy Sabbath day,’ is wholly without warrant.”Faith or Fact, (Preface by Robert G. Ingersoll), p. 114.The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898S00089 Faith Or Fact H M Taber 1897.pdfThe Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898 Some history of Sabbath Change   S00089b Faith or Fact p 114  Henry M. Taber .docHenry M. Taber continues: “why will not Christian people investigate and find out for themselves (which they easily can), that the keeping of Sunday as a ‘holy Sabbath day,’ is wholly without warrant.”Faith or Fact, (Preface by Robert G. Ingersoll), p. 114.The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898S00089 Faith Or Fact H M Taber 1897.pdfThe Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898 Some history of Sabbath Change   S00089b Faith or Fact p 114  Henry M. Taber .docHenry M. Taber continues: “why will not Christian people investigate and find out for themselves (which they easily can), that the keeping of Sunday as a ‘holy Sabbath day,’ is wholly without warrant.”Faith or Fact, (Preface by Robert G. Ingersoll), p. 114.The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898S00089 Faith Or Fact H M Taber 1897.pdfThe Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898 Some history of Sabbath Change   S00089b Faith or Fact p 114  Henry M. Taber .docHenry M. Taber continues: “why will not Christian people investigate and find out for themselves (which they easily can), that the keeping of Sunday as a ‘holy Sabbath day,’ is wholly without warrant.”Faith or Fact, (Preface by Robert G. Ingersoll), p. 114.The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898S00089 Faith Or Fact H M Taber 1897.pdfThe Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898 Some history of Sabbath Change   S00089b Faith or Fact p 114  Henry M. Taber .docHenry M. Taber continues: “why will not Christian people investigate and find out for themselves (which they easily can), that the keeping of Sunday as a ‘holy Sabbath day,’ is wholly without warrant.”Faith or Fact, (Preface by Robert G. Ingersoll), p. 114.The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898S00089 Faith Or Fact H M Taber 1897.pdfThe Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898 Some history of Sabbath Change   The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898S00089 Faith Or Fact H M Taber 1897.pdfThe Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898 Some history of Sabbath Change   The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898 Some history of Sabbath Change   The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change  

 

S00089b Faith or Fact p 114  Henry M. Taber .docHenry M. Taber continues: “why will not Christian people investigate and find out for themselves (which they easily can), that the keeping of Sunday as a ‘holy Sabbath day,’ is wholly without warrant.”Faith or Fact, (Preface by Robert G. Ingersoll), p. 114.The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898S00089 Faith Or Fact H M Taber 1897.pdfThe Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898 Some history of Sabbath Change   S00089b Faith or Fact p 114  Henry M. Taber .docHenry M. Taber continues: “why will not Christian people investigate and find out for themselves (which they easily can), that the keeping of Sunday as a ‘holy Sabbath day,’ is wholly without warrant.”Faith or Fact, (Preface by Robert G. Ingersoll), p. 114.The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898S00089 Faith Or Fact H M Taber 1897.pdfThe Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898 Some history of Sabbath Change   S00089b Faith or Fact p 114  Henry M. Taber .docHenry M. Taber continues: “why will not Christian people investigate and find out for themselves (which they easily can), that the keeping of Sunday as a ‘holy Sabbath day,’ is wholly without warrant.”Faith or Fact, (Preface by Robert G. Ingersoll), p. 114.The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898S00089 Faith Or Fact H M Taber 1897.pdfThe Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898 Some history of Sabbath Change   S00089b Faith or Fact p 114  Henry M. Taber .docHenry M. Taber continues: “why will not Christian people investigate and find out for themselves (which they easily can), that the keeping of Sunday as a ‘holy Sabbath day,’ is wholly without warrant.”Faith or Fact, (Preface by Robert G. Ingersoll), p. 114.The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898S00089 Faith Or Fact H M Taber 1897.pdfThe Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898 Some history of Sabbath Change   S00089b Faith or Fact p 114  Henry M. Taber .docHenry M. Taber continues: “why will not Christian people investigate and find out for themselves (which they easily can), that the keeping of Sunday as a ‘holy Sabbath day,’ is wholly without warrant.”Faith or Fact, (Preface by Robert G. Ingersoll), p. 114.The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898S00089 Faith Or Fact H M Taber 1897.pdfThe Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898 Some history of Sabbath Change   S00089b Faith or Fact p 114  Henry M. Taber .docHenry M. Taber continues: “why will not Christian people investigate and find out for themselves (which they easily can), that the keeping of Sunday as a ‘holy Sabbath day,’ is wholly without warrant.”Faith or Fact, (Preface by Robert G. Ingersoll), p. 114.The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898S00089 Faith Or Fact H M Taber 1897.pdfThe Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898 Some history of Sabbath Change   S00089b Faith or Fact p 114  Henry M. Taber .docHenry M. Taber continues: “why will not Christian people investigate and find out for themselves (which they easily can), that the keeping of Sunday as a ‘holy Sabbath day,’ is wholly without warrant.”Faith or Fact, (Preface by Robert G. Ingersoll), p. 114.The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898S00089 Faith Or Fact H M Taber 1897.pdfThe Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898 Some history of Sabbath Change   S00089b Faith or Fact p 114  Henry M. Taber .docHenry M. Taber continues: “why will not Christian people investigate and find out for themselves (which they easily can), that the keeping of Sunday as a ‘holy Sabbath day,’ is wholly without warrant.”Faith or Fact, (Preface by Robert G. Ingersoll), p. 114.The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898S00089 Faith Or Fact H M Taber 1897.pdfThe Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898 Some history of Sabbath Change   S00089b Faith or Fact p 114  Henry M. Taber .docHenry M. Taber continues: “why will not Christian people investigate and find out for themselves (which they easily can), that the keeping of Sunday as a ‘holy Sabbath day,’ is wholly without warrant.”Faith or Fact, (Preface by Robert G. Ingersoll), p. 114.The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898S00089 Faith Or Fact H M Taber 1897.pdfThe Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898 Some history of Sabbath Change   S00089b Faith or Fact p 114  Henry M. Taber .docHenry M. Taber continues: “why will not Christian people investigate and find out for themselves (which they easily can), that the keeping of Sunday as a ‘holy Sabbath day,’ is wholly without warrant.”Faith or Fact, (Preface by Robert G. Ingersoll), p. 114.The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898S00089 Faith Or Fact H M Taber 1897.pdfThe Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898 Some history of Sabbath Change   S00089b Faith or Fact p 114  Henry M. Taber .docHenry M. Taber continues: “why will not Christian people investigate and find out for themselves (which they easily can), that the keeping of Sunday as a ‘holy Sabbath day,’ is wholly without warrant.”Faith or Fact, (Preface by Robert G. Ingersoll), p. 114.The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898S00089 Faith Or Fact H M Taber 1897.pdfThe Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898 Some history of Sabbath Change   S00089b Faith or Fact p 114  Henry M. Taber .docHenry M. Taber continues: “why will not Christian people investigate and find out for themselves (which they easily can), that the keeping of Sunday as a ‘holy Sabbath day,’ is wholly without warrant.”Faith or Fact, (Preface by Robert G. Ingersoll), p. 114.The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898S00089 Faith Or Fact H M Taber 1897.pdfThe Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898 Some history of Sabbath Change   S00089b Faith or Fact p 114  Henry M. Taber .docHenry M. Taber continues: “why will not Christian people investigate and find out for themselves (which they easily can), that the keeping of Sunday as a ‘holy Sabbath day,’ is wholly without warrant.”Faith or Fact, (Preface by Robert G. Ingersoll), p. 114.The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898S00089 Faith Or Fact H M Taber 1897.pdfThe Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898 Some history of Sabbath Change   S00089b Faith or Fact p 114  Henry M. Taber .docHenry M. Taber continues: “why will not Christian people investigate and find out for themselves (which they easily can), that the keeping of Sunday as a ‘holy Sabbath day,’ is wholly without warrant.”Faith or Fact, (Preface by Robert G. Ingersoll), p. 114.The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898S00089 Faith Or Fact H M Taber 1897.pdfThe Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898 Some history of Sabbath Change   S00089b Faith or Fact p 114  Henry M. Taber .docHenry M. Taber continues: “why will not Christian people investigate and find out for themselves (which they easily can), that the keeping of Sunday as a ‘holy Sabbath day,’ is wholly without warrant.”Faith or Fact, (Preface by Robert G. Ingersoll), p. 114.The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898S00089 Faith Or Fact H M Taber 1897.pdfThe Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898 Some history of Sabbath Change   S00089b Faith or Fact p 114  Henry M. Taber .docHenry M. Taber continues: “why will not Christian people investigate and find out for themselves (which they easily can), that the keeping of Sunday as a ‘holy Sabbath day,’ is wholly without warrant.”Faith or Fact, (Preface by Robert G. Ingersoll), p. 114.The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898S00089 Faith Or Fact H M Taber 1897.pdfThe Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898 Some history of Sabbath Change   S00089b Faith or Fact p 114  Henry M. Taber .docHenry M. Taber continues: “why will not Christian people investigate and find out for themselves (which they easily can), that the keeping of Sunday as a ‘holy Sabbath day,’ is wholly without warrant.”Faith or Fact, (Preface by Robert G. Ingersoll), p. 114.The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898S00089 Faith Or Fact H M Taber 1897.pdfThe Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898 Some history of Sabbath Change   S00089b Faith or Fact p 114  Henry M. Taber .docHenry M. Taber continues: “why will not Christian people investigate and find out for themselves (which they easily can), that the keeping of Sunday as a ‘holy Sabbath day,’ is wholly without warrant.”Faith or Fact, (Preface by Robert G. Ingersoll), p. 114.The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898S00089 Faith Or Fact H M Taber 1897.pdfThe Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898 Some history of Sabbath Change   S00089b Faith or Fact p 114  Henry M. Taber .docHenry M. Taber continues: “why will not Christian people investigate and find out for themselves (which they easily can), that the keeping of Sunday as a ‘holy Sabbath day,’ is wholly without warrant.”Faith or Fact, (Preface by Robert G. Ingersoll), p. 114.The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898S00089 Faith Or Fact H M Taber 1897.pdfThe Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898 Some history of Sabbath Change   S00089b Faith or Fact p 114  Henry M. Taber .docHenry M. Taber continues: “why will not Christian people investigate and find out for themselves (which they easily can), that the keeping of Sunday as a ‘holy Sabbath day,’ is wholly without warrant.”Faith or Fact, (Preface by Robert G. Ingersoll), p. 114.The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898S00089 Faith Or Fact H M Taber 1897.pdfThe Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898 Some history of Sabbath Change   S00089b Faith or Fact p 114  Henry M. Taber .docHenry M. Taber continues: “why will not Christian people investigate and find out for themselves (which they easily can), that the keeping of Sunday as a ‘holy Sabbath day,’ is wholly without warrant.”Faith or Fact, (Preface by Robert G. Ingersoll), p. 114.The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898S00089 Faith Or Fact H M Taber 1897.pdfThe Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898 Some history of Sabbath Change   S00089b Faith or Fact p 114  Henry M. Taber .docHenry M. Taber continues: “why will not Christian people investigate and find out for themselves (which they easily can), that the keeping of Sunday as a ‘holy Sabbath day,’ is wholly without warrant.”Faith or Fact, (Preface by Robert G. Ingersoll), p. 114.The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898S00089 Faith Or Fact H M Taber 1897.pdfThe Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898 Some history of Sabbath Change   S00089b Faith or Fact p 114  Henry M. Taber .docHenry M. Taber continues: “why will not Christian people investigate and find out for themselves (which they easily can), that the keeping of Sunday as a ‘holy Sabbath day,’ is wholly without warrant.”Faith or Fact, (Preface by Robert G. Ingersoll), p. 114.The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898S00089 Faith Or Fact H M Taber 1897.pdfThe Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898 Some history of Sabbath Change   S00089b Faith or Fact p 114  Henry M. Taber .docHenry M. Taber continues: “why will not Christian people investigate and find out for themselves (which they easily can), that the keeping of Sunday as a ‘holy Sabbath day,’ is wholly without warrant.”Faith or Fact, (Preface by Robert G. Ingersoll), p. 114.The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898S00089 Faith Or Fact H M Taber 1897.pdfThe Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898 Some history of Sabbath Change   S00089b Faith or Fact p 114  Henry M. Taber .docHenry M. Taber continues: “why will not Christian people investigate and find out for themselves (which they easily can), that the keeping of Sunday as a ‘holy Sabbath day,’ is wholly without warrant.”Faith or Fact, (Preface by Robert G. Ingersoll), p. 114.The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898S00089 Faith Or Fact H M Taber 1897.pdfThe Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898 Some history of Sabbath Change   S00089b Faith or Fact p 114  Henry M. Taber .docHenry M. Taber continues: “why will not Christian people investigate and find out for themselves (which they easily can), that the keeping of Sunday as a ‘holy Sabbath day,’ is wholly without warrant.”Faith or Fact, (Preface by Robert G. Ingersoll), p. 114.The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898S00089 Faith Or Fact H M Taber 1897.pdfThe Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898 Some history of Sabbath Change   S00089b Faith or Fact p 114  Henry M. Taber .docHenry M. Taber continues: “why will not Christian people investigate and find out for themselves (which they easily can), that the keeping of Sunday as a ‘holy Sabbath day,’ is wholly without warrant.”Faith or Fact, (Preface by Robert G. Ingersoll), p. 114.The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898S00089 Faith Or Fact H M Taber 1897.pdfThe Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898 Some history of Sabbath Change   S00089b Faith or Fact p 114  Henry M. Taber .docHenry M. Taber continues: “why will not Christian people investigate and find out for themselves (which they easily can), that the keeping of Sunday as a ‘holy Sabbath day,’ is wholly without warrant.”Faith or Fact, (Preface by Robert G. Ingersoll), p. 114.The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898S00089 Faith Or Fact H M Taber 1897.pdfThe Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898 Some history of Sabbath Change   S00089b Faith or Fact p 114  Henry M. Taber .docHenry M. Taber continues: “why will not Christian people investigate and find out for themselves (which they easily can), that the keeping of Sunday as a ‘holy Sabbath day,’ is wholly without warrant.”Faith or Fact, (Preface by Robert G. Ingersoll), p. 114.The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898S00089 Faith Or Fact H M Taber 1897.pdfThe Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898 Some history of Sabbath Change   S00089b Faith or Fact p 114  Henry M. Taber .docHenry M. Taber continues: “why will not Christian people investigate and find out for themselves (which they easily can), that the keeping of Sunday as a ‘holy Sabbath day,’ is wholly without warrant.”Faith or Fact, (Preface by Robert G. Ingersoll), p. 114.The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898S00089 Faith Or Fact H M Taber 1897.pdfThe Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898 Some history of Sabbath Change   S00089b Faith or Fact p 114  Henry M. Taber .docHenry M. Taber continues: “why will not Christian people investigate and find out for themselves (which they easily can), that the keeping of Sunday as a ‘holy Sabbath day,’ is wholly without warrant.”Faith or Fact, (Preface by Robert G. Ingersoll), p. 114.The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898S00089 Faith Or Fact H M Taber 1897.pdfThe Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898 Some history of Sabbath Change   S00089b Faith or Fact p 114  Henry M. Taber .docHenry M. Taber continues: “why will not Christian people investigate and find out for themselves (which they easily can), that the keeping of Sunday as a ‘holy Sabbath day,’ is wholly without warrant.”Faith or Fact, (Preface by Robert G. Ingersoll), p. 114.The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898S00089 Faith Or Fact H M Taber 1897.pdfThe Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898 Some history of Sabbath Change   S00089b Faith or Fact p 114  Henry M. Taber .docHenry M. Taber continues: “why will not Christian people investigate and find out for themselves (which they easily can), that the keeping of Sunday as a ‘holy Sabbath day,’ is wholly without warrant.”Faith or Fact, (Preface by Robert G. Ingersoll), p. 114.The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898S00089 Faith Or Fact H M Taber 1897.pdfThe Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898 Some history of Sabbath Change   The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898S00089 Faith Or Fact H M Taber 1897.pdfThe Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898 Some history of Sabbath Change   The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898 Some history of Sabbath Change   The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change  

 

S00089b Faith or Fact p 114  Henry M. Taber .docHenry M. Taber continues: “why will not Christian people investigate and find out for themselves (which they easily can), that the keeping of Sunday as a ‘holy Sabbath day,’ is wholly without warrant.”Faith or Fact, (Preface by Robert G. Ingersoll), p. 114.The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898S00089 Faith Or Fact H M Taber 1897.pdfThe Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898 Some history of Sabbath Change   S00089b Faith or Fact p 114  Henry M. Taber .docHenry M. Taber continues: “why will not Christian people investigate and find out for themselves (which they easily can), that the keeping of Sunday as a ‘holy Sabbath day,’ is wholly without warrant.”Faith or Fact, (Preface by Robert G. Ingersoll), p. 114.The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898S00089 Faith Or Fact H M Taber 1897.pdfThe Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898 Some history of Sabbath Change   S00089b Faith or Fact p 114  Henry M. Taber .docHenry M. Taber continues: “why will not Christian people investigate and find out for themselves (which they easily can), that the keeping of Sunday as a ‘holy Sabbath day,’ is wholly without warrant.”Faith or Fact, (Preface by Robert G. Ingersoll), p. 114.The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898S00089 Faith Or Fact H M Taber 1897.pdfThe Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898 Some history of Sabbath Change   S00089b Faith or Fact p 114  Henry M. Taber .docHenry M. Taber continues: “why will not Christian people investigate and find out for themselves (which they easily can), that the keeping of Sunday as a ‘holy Sabbath day,’ is wholly without warrant.”Faith or Fact, (Preface by Robert G. Ingersoll), p. 114.The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898S00089 Faith Or Fact H M Taber 1897.pdfThe Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898 Some history of Sabbath Change   S00089b Faith or Fact p 114  Henry M. Taber .docHenry M. Taber continues: “why will not Christian people investigate and find out for themselves (which they easily can), that the keeping of Sunday as a ‘holy Sabbath day,’ is wholly without warrant.”Faith or Fact, (Preface by Robert G. Ingersoll), p. 114.The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898S00089 Faith Or Fact H M Taber 1897.pdfThe Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898 Some history of Sabbath Change   S00089b Faith or Fact p 114  Henry M. Taber .docHenry M. Taber continues: “why will not Christian people investigate and find out for themselves (which they easily can), that the keeping of Sunday as a ‘holy Sabbath day,’ is wholly without warrant.”Faith or Fact, (Preface by Robert G. Ingersoll), p. 114.The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898S00089 Faith Or Fact H M Taber 1897.pdfThe Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898 Some history of Sabbath Change   S00089b Faith or Fact p 114  Henry M. Taber .docHenry M. Taber continues: “why will not Christian people investigate and find out for themselves (which they easily can), that the keeping of Sunday as a ‘holy Sabbath day,’ is wholly without warrant.”Faith or Fact, (Preface by Robert G. Ingersoll), p. 114.The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898S00089 Faith Or Fact H M Taber 1897.pdfThe Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898 Some history of Sabbath Change   S00089b Faith or Fact p 114  Henry M. Taber .docHenry M. Taber continues: “why will not Christian people investigate and find out for themselves (which they easily can), that the keeping of Sunday as a ‘holy Sabbath day,’ is wholly without warrant.”Faith or Fact, (Preface by Robert G. Ingersoll), p. 114.The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898S00089 Faith Or Fact H M Taber 1897.pdfThe Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898 Some history of Sabbath Change   S00089b Faith or Fact p 114  Henry M. Taber .docHenry M. Taber continues: “why will not Christian people investigate and find out for themselves (which they easily can), that the keeping of Sunday as a ‘holy Sabbath day,’ is wholly without warrant.”Faith or Fact, (Preface by Robert G. Ingersoll), p. 114.The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898S00089 Faith Or Fact H M Taber 1897.pdfThe Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898 Some history of Sabbath Change   S00089b Faith or Fact p 114  Henry M. Taber .docHenry M. Taber continues: “why will not Christian people investigate and find out for themselves (which they easily can), that the keeping of Sunday as a ‘holy Sabbath day,’ is wholly without warrant.”Faith or Fact, (Preface by Robert G. Ingersoll), p. 114.The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898S00089 Faith Or Fact H M Taber 1897.pdfThe Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898 Some history of Sabbath Change   S00089b Faith or Fact p 114  Henry M. Taber .docHenry M. Taber continues: “why will not Christian people investigate and find out for themselves (which they easily can), that the keeping of Sunday as a ‘holy Sabbath day,’ is wholly without warrant.”Faith or Fact, (Preface by Robert G. Ingersoll), p. 114.The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898S00089 Faith Or Fact H M Taber 1897.pdfThe Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898 Some history of Sabbath Change   S00089b Faith or Fact p 114  Henry M. Taber .docHenry M. Taber continues: “why will not Christian people investigate and find out for themselves (which they easily can), that the keeping of Sunday as a ‘holy Sabbath day,’ is wholly without warrant.”Faith or Fact, (Preface by Robert G. Ingersoll), p. 114.The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898S00089 Faith Or Fact H M Taber 1897.pdfThe Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898 Some history of Sabbath Change   S00089b Faith or Fact p 114  Henry M. Taber .docHenry M. Taber continues: “why will not Christian people investigate and find out for themselves (which they easily can), that the keeping of Sunday as a ‘holy Sabbath day,’ is wholly without warrant.”Faith or Fact, (Preface by Robert G. Ingersoll), p. 114.The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898S00089 Faith Or Fact H M Taber 1897.pdfThe Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898 Some history of Sabbath Change   S00089b Faith or Fact p 114  Henry M. Taber .docHenry M. Taber continues: “why will not Christian people investigate and find out for themselves (which they easily can), that the keeping of Sunday as a ‘holy Sabbath day,’ is wholly without warrant.”Faith or Fact, (Preface by Robert G. Ingersoll), p. 114.The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898S00089 Faith Or Fact H M Taber 1897.pdfThe Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898 Some history of Sabbath Change   S00089b Faith or Fact p 114  Henry M. Taber .docHenry M. Taber continues: “why will not Christian people investigate and find out for themselves (which they easily can), that the keeping of Sunday as a ‘holy Sabbath day,’ is wholly without warrant.”Faith or Fact, (Preface by Robert G. Ingersoll), p. 114.The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898S00089 Faith Or Fact H M Taber 1897.pdfThe Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898 Some history of Sabbath Change   S00089b Faith or Fact p 114  Henry M. Taber .docHenry M. Taber continues: “why will not Christian people investigate and find out for themselves (which they easily can), that the keeping of Sunday as a ‘holy Sabbath day,’ is wholly without warrant.”Faith or Fact, (Preface by Robert G. Ingersoll), p. 114.The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898S00089 Faith Or Fact H M Taber 1897.pdfThe Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898 Some history of Sabbath Change   S00089b Faith or Fact p 114  Henry M. Taber .docHenry M. Taber continues: “why will not Christian people investigate and find out for themselves (which they easily can), that the keeping of Sunday as a ‘holy Sabbath day,’ is wholly without warrant.”Faith or Fact, (Preface by Robert G. Ingersoll), p. 114.The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898S00089 Faith Or Fact H M Taber 1897.pdfThe Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898 Some history of Sabbath Change   S00089b Faith or Fact p 114  Henry M. Taber .docHenry M. Taber continues: “why will not Christian people investigate and find out for themselves (which they easily can), that the keeping of Sunday as a ‘holy Sabbath day,’ is wholly without warrant.”Faith or Fact, (Preface by Robert G. Ingersoll), p. 114.The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898S00089 Faith Or Fact H M Taber 1897.pdfThe Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898 Some history of Sabbath Change   S00089b Faith or Fact p 114  Henry M. Taber .docHenry M. Taber continues: “why will not Christian people investigate and find out for themselves (which they easily can), that the keeping of Sunday as a ‘holy Sabbath day,’ is wholly without warrant.”Faith or Fact, (Preface by Robert G. Ingersoll), p. 114.The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898S00089 Faith Or Fact H M Taber 1897.pdfThe Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898 Some history of Sabbath Change   S00089b Faith or Fact p 114  Henry M. Taber .docHenry M. Taber continues: “why will not Christian people investigate and find out for themselves (which they easily can), that the keeping of Sunday as a ‘holy Sabbath day,’ is wholly without warrant.”Faith or Fact, (Preface by Robert G. Ingersoll), p. 114.The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898S00089 Faith Or Fact H M Taber 1897.pdfThe Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898 Some history of Sabbath Change   S00089b Faith or Fact p 114  Henry M. Taber .docHenry M. Taber continues: “why will not Christian people investigate and find out for themselves (which they easily can), that the keeping of Sunday as a ‘holy Sabbath day,’ is wholly without warrant.”Faith or Fact, (Preface by Robert G. Ingersoll), p. 114.The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898S00089 Faith Or Fact H M Taber 1897.pdfThe Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898 Some history of Sabbath Change   S00089b Faith or Fact p 114  Henry M. Taber .docHenry M. Taber continues: “why will not Christian people investigate and find out for themselves (which they easily can), that the keeping of Sunday as a ‘holy Sabbath day,’ is wholly without warrant.”Faith or Fact, (Preface by Robert G. Ingersoll), p. 114.The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898S00089 Faith Or Fact H M Taber 1897.pdfThe Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898 Some history of Sabbath Change   S00089b Faith or Fact p 114  Henry M. Taber .docHenry M. Taber continues: “why will not Christian people investigate and find out for themselves (which they easily can), that the keeping of Sunday as a ‘holy Sabbath day,’ is wholly without warrant.”Faith or Fact, (Preface by Robert G. Ingersoll), p. 114.The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898S00089 Faith Or Fact H M Taber 1897.pdfThe Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898 Some history of Sabbath Change   S00089b Faith or Fact p 114  Henry M. Taber .docHenry M. Taber continues: “why will not Christian people investigate and find out for themselves (which they easily can), that the keeping of Sunday as a ‘holy Sabbath day,’ is wholly without warrant.”Faith or Fact, (Preface by Robert G. Ingersoll), p. 114.The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898S00089 Faith Or Fact H M Taber 1897.pdfThe Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898 Some history of Sabbath Change   S00089b Faith or Fact p 114  Henry M. Taber .docHenry M. Taber continues: “why will not Christian people investigate and find out for themselves (which they easily can), that the keeping of Sunday as a ‘holy Sabbath day,’ is wholly without warrant.”Faith or Fact, (Preface by Robert G. Ingersoll), p. 114.The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898S00089 Faith Or Fact H M Taber 1897.pdfThe Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898 Some history of Sabbath Change   S00089b Faith or Fact p 114  Henry M. Taber .docHenry M. Taber continues: “why will not Christian people investigate and find out for themselves (which they easily can), that the keeping of Sunday as a ‘holy Sabbath day,’ is wholly without warrant.”Faith or Fact, (Preface by Robert G. Ingersoll), p. 114.The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898S00089 Faith Or Fact H M Taber 1897.pdfThe Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898 Some history of Sabbath Change   S00089b Faith or Fact p 114  Henry M. Taber .docHenry M. Taber continues: “why will not Christian people investigate and find out for themselves (which they easily can), that the keeping of Sunday as a ‘holy Sabbath day,’ is wholly without warrant.”Faith or Fact, (Preface by Robert G. Ingersoll), p. 114.The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898S00089 Faith Or Fact H M Taber 1897.pdfThe Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898 Some history of Sabbath Change   S00089b Faith or Fact p 114  Henry M. Taber .docHenry M. Taber continues: “why will not Christian people investigate and find out for themselves (which they easily can), that the keeping of Sunday as a ‘holy Sabbath day,’ is wholly without warrant.”Faith or Fact, (Preface by Robert G. Ingersoll), p. 114.The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898S00089 Faith Or Fact H M Taber 1897.pdfThe Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898 Some history of Sabbath Change   S00089b Faith or Fact p 114  Henry M. Taber .docHenry M. Taber continues: “why will not Christian people investigate and find out for themselves (which they easily can), that the keeping of Sunday as a ‘holy Sabbath day,’ is wholly without warrant.”Faith or Fact, (Preface by Robert G. Ingersoll), p. 114.The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898S00089 Faith Or Fact H M Taber 1897.pdfThe Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898 Some history of Sabbath Change   S00089b Faith or Fact p 114  Henry M. Taber .docHenry M. Taber continues: “why will not Christian people investigate and find out for themselves (which they easily can), that the keeping of Sunday as a ‘holy Sabbath day,’ is wholly without warrant.”Faith or Fact, (Preface by Robert G. Ingersoll), p. 114.The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898S00089 Faith Or Fact H M Taber 1897.pdfThe Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898 Some history of Sabbath Change   S00089b Faith or Fact p 114  Henry M. Taber .docHenry M. Taber continues: “why will not Christian people investigate and find out for themselves (which they easily can), that the keeping of Sunday as a ‘holy Sabbath day,’ is wholly without warrant.”Faith or Fact, (Preface by Robert G. Ingersoll), p. 114.The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898S00089 Faith Or Fact H M Taber 1897.pdfThe Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898 Some history of Sabbath Change   S00089b Faith or Fact p 114  Henry M. Taber .docHenry M. Taber continues: “why will not Christian people investigate and find out for themselves (which they easily can), that the keeping of Sunday as a ‘holy Sabbath day,’ is wholly without warrant.”Faith or Fact, (Preface by Robert G. Ingersoll), p. 114.The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898S00089 Faith Or Fact H M Taber 1897.pdfThe Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898 Some history of Sabbath Change   The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898S00089 Faith Or Fact H M Taber 1897.pdfThe Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898 Some history of Sabbath Change   The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898 Some history of Sabbath Change   The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change  

 

S00089b Faith or Fact p 114  Henry M. Taber .docHenry M. Taber continues: “why will not Christian people investigate and find out for themselves (which they easily can), that the keeping of Sunday as a ‘holy Sabbath day,’ is wholly without warrant.”Faith or Fact, (Preface by Robert G. Ingersoll), p. 114.The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898S00089 Faith Or Fact H M Taber 1897.pdfThe Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898 Some history of Sabbath Change   S00089b Faith or Fact p 114  Henry M. Taber .docHenry M. Taber continues: “why will not Christian people investigate and find out for themselves (which they easily can), that the keeping of Sunday as a ‘holy Sabbath day,’ is wholly without warrant.”Faith or Fact, (Preface by Robert G. Ingersoll), p. 114.The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898S00089 Faith Or Fact H M Taber 1897.pdfThe Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898 Some history of Sabbath Change   S00089b Faith or Fact p 114  Henry M. Taber .docHenry M. Taber continues: “why will not Christian people investigate and find out for themselves (which they easily can), that the keeping of Sunday as a ‘holy Sabbath day,’ is wholly without warrant.”Faith or Fact, (Preface by Robert G. Ingersoll), p. 114.The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898S00089 Faith Or Fact H M Taber 1897.pdfThe Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898 Some history of Sabbath Change   S00089b Faith or Fact p 114  Henry M. Taber .docHenry M. Taber continues: “why will not Christian people investigate and find out for themselves (which they easily can), that the keeping of Sunday as a ‘holy Sabbath day,’ is wholly without warrant.”Faith or Fact, (Preface by Robert G. Ingersoll), p. 114.The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898S00089 Faith Or Fact H M Taber 1897.pdfThe Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898 Some history of Sabbath Change   S00089b Faith or Fact p 114  Henry M. Taber .docHenry M. Taber continues: “why will not Christian people investigate and find out for themselves (which they easily can), that the keeping of Sunday as a ‘holy Sabbath day,’ is wholly without warrant.”Faith or Fact, (Preface by Robert G. Ingersoll), p. 114.The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898S00089 Faith Or Fact H M Taber 1897.pdfThe Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898 Some history of Sabbath Change   S00089b Faith or Fact p 114  Henry M. Taber .docHenry M. Taber continues: “why will not Christian people investigate and find out for themselves (which they easily can), that the keeping of Sunday as a ‘holy Sabbath day,’ is wholly without warrant.”Faith or Fact, (Preface by Robert G. Ingersoll), p. 114.The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898S00089 Faith Or Fact H M Taber 1897.pdfThe Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898 Some history of Sabbath Change   S00089b Faith or Fact p 114  Henry M. Taber .docHenry M. Taber continues: “why will not Christian people investigate and find out for themselves (which they easily can), that the keeping of Sunday as a ‘holy Sabbath day,’ is wholly without warrant.”Faith or Fact, (Preface by Robert G. Ingersoll), p. 114.The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898S00089 Faith Or Fact H M Taber 1897.pdfThe Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898 Some history of Sabbath Change   S00089b Faith or Fact p 114  Henry M. Taber .docHenry M. Taber continues: “why will not Christian people investigate and find out for themselves (which they easily can), that the keeping of Sunday as a ‘holy Sabbath day,’ is wholly without warrant.”Faith or Fact, (Preface by Robert G. Ingersoll), p. 114.The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898S00089 Faith Or Fact H M Taber 1897.pdfThe Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898 Some history of Sabbath Change   S00089b Faith or Fact p 114  Henry M. Taber .docHenry M. Taber continues: “why will not Christian people investigate and find out for themselves (which they easily can), that the keeping of Sunday as a ‘holy Sabbath day,’ is wholly without warrant.”Faith or Fact, (Preface by Robert G. Ingersoll), p. 114.The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898S00089 Faith Or Fact H M Taber 1897.pdfThe Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898 Some history of Sabbath Change   S00089b Faith or Fact p 114  Henry M. Taber .docHenry M. Taber continues: “why will not Christian people investigate and find out for themselves (which they easily can), that the keeping of Sunday as a ‘holy Sabbath day,’ is wholly without warrant.”Faith or Fact, (Preface by Robert G. Ingersoll), p. 114.The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898S00089 Faith Or Fact H M Taber 1897.pdfThe Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898 Some history of Sabbath Change   S00089b Faith or Fact p 114  Henry M. Taber .docHenry M. Taber continues: “why will not Christian people investigate and find out for themselves (which they easily can), that the keeping of Sunday as a ‘holy Sabbath day,’ is wholly without warrant.”Faith or Fact, (Preface by Robert G. Ingersoll), p. 114.The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898S00089 Faith Or Fact H M Taber 1897.pdfThe Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898 Some history of Sabbath Change   S00089b Faith or Fact p 114  Henry M. Taber .docHenry M. Taber continues: “why will not Christian people investigate and find out for themselves (which they easily can), that the keeping of Sunday as a ‘holy Sabbath day,’ is wholly without warrant.”Faith or Fact, (Preface by Robert G. Ingersoll), p. 114.The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898S00089 Faith Or Fact H M Taber 1897.pdfThe Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898 Some history of Sabbath Change   S00089b Faith or Fact p 114  Henry M. Taber .docHenry M. Taber continues: “why will not Christian people investigate and find out for themselves (which they easily can), that the keeping of Sunday as a ‘holy Sabbath day,’ is wholly without warrant.”Faith or Fact, (Preface by Robert G. Ingersoll), p. 114.The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898S00089 Faith Or Fact H M Taber 1897.pdfThe Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898 Some history of Sabbath Change   S00089b Faith or Fact p 114  Henry M. Taber .docHenry M. Taber continues: “why will not Christian people investigate and find out for themselves (which they easily can), that the keeping of Sunday as a ‘holy Sabbath day,’ is wholly without warrant.”Faith or Fact, (Preface by Robert G. Ingersoll), p. 114.The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898S00089 Faith Or Fact H M Taber 1897.pdfThe Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898 Some history of Sabbath Change   S00089b Faith or Fact p 114  Henry M. Taber .docHenry M. Taber continues: “why will not Christian people investigate and find out for themselves (which they easily can), that the keeping of Sunday as a ‘holy Sabbath day,’ is wholly without warrant.”Faith or Fact, (Preface by Robert G. Ingersoll), p. 114.The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898S00089 Faith Or Fact H M Taber 1897.pdfThe Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898 Some history of Sabbath Change   S00089b Faith or Fact p 114  Henry M. Taber .docHenry M. Taber continues: “why will not Christian people investigate and find out for themselves (which they easily can), that the keeping of Sunday as a ‘holy Sabbath day,’ is wholly without warrant.”Faith or Fact, (Preface by Robert G. Ingersoll), p. 114.The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898S00089 Faith Or Fact H M Taber 1897.pdfThe Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898 Some history of Sabbath Change   S00089b Faith or Fact p 114  Henry M. Taber .docHenry M. Taber continues: “why will not Christian people investigate and find out for themselves (which they easily can), that the keeping of Sunday as a ‘holy Sabbath day,’ is wholly without warrant.”Faith or Fact, (Preface by Robert G. Ingersoll), p. 114.The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898S00089 Faith Or Fact H M Taber 1897.pdfThe Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898 Some history of Sabbath Change   S00089b Faith or Fact p 114  Henry M. Taber .docHenry M. Taber continues: “why will not Christian people investigate and find out for themselves (which they easily can), that the keeping of Sunday as a ‘holy Sabbath day,’ is wholly without warrant.”Faith or Fact, (Preface by Robert G. Ingersoll), p. 114.The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898S00089 Faith Or Fact H M Taber 1897.pdfThe Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898 Some history of Sabbath Change   S00089b Faith or Fact p 114  Henry M. Taber .docHenry M. Taber continues: “why will not Christian people investigate and find out for themselves (which they easily can), that the keeping of Sunday as a ‘holy Sabbath day,’ is wholly without warrant.”Faith or Fact, (Preface by Robert G. Ingersoll), p. 114.The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898S00089 Faith Or Fact H M Taber 1897.pdfThe Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898 Some history of Sabbath Change   S00089b Faith or Fact p 114  Henry M. Taber .docHenry M. Taber continues: “why will not Christian people investigate and find out for themselves (which they easily can), that the keeping of Sunday as a ‘holy Sabbath day,’ is wholly without warrant.”Faith or Fact, (Preface by Robert G. Ingersoll), p. 114.The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898S00089 Faith Or Fact H M Taber 1897.pdfThe Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898 Some history of Sabbath Change   S00089b Faith or Fact p 114  Henry M. Taber .docHenry M. Taber continues: “why will not Christian people investigate and find out for themselves (which they easily can), that the keeping of Sunday as a ‘holy Sabbath day,’ is wholly without warrant.”Faith or Fact, (Preface by Robert G. Ingersoll), p. 114.The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898S00089 Faith Or Fact H M Taber 1897.pdfThe Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898 Some history of Sabbath Change   S00089b Faith or Fact p 114  Henry M. Taber .docHenry M. Taber continues: “why will not Christian people investigate and find out for themselves (which they easily can), that the keeping of Sunday as a ‘holy Sabbath day,’ is wholly without warrant.”Faith or Fact, (Preface by Robert G. Ingersoll), p. 114.The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898S00089 Faith Or Fact H M Taber 1897.pdfThe Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898 Some history of Sabbath Change   S00089b Faith or Fact p 114  Henry M. Taber .docHenry M. Taber continues: “why will not Christian people investigate and find out for themselves (which they easily can), that the keeping of Sunday as a ‘holy Sabbath day,’ is wholly without warrant.”Faith or Fact, (Preface by Robert G. Ingersoll), p. 114.The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898S00089 Faith Or Fact H M Taber 1897.pdfThe Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898 Some history of Sabbath Change   S00089b Faith or Fact p 114  Henry M. Taber .docHenry M. Taber continues: “why will not Christian people investigate and find out for themselves (which they easily can), that the keeping of Sunday as a ‘holy Sabbath day,’ is wholly without warrant.”Faith or Fact, (Preface by Robert G. Ingersoll), p. 114.The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898S00089 Faith Or Fact H M Taber 1897.pdfThe Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898 Some history of Sabbath Change   S00089b Faith or Fact p 114  Henry M. Taber .docHenry M. Taber continues: “why will not Christian people investigate and find out for themselves (which they easily can), that the keeping of Sunday as a ‘holy Sabbath day,’ is wholly without warrant.”Faith or Fact, (Preface by Robert G. Ingersoll), p. 114.The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898S00089 Faith Or Fact H M Taber 1897.pdfThe Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898 Some history of Sabbath Change   S00089b Faith or Fact p 114  Henry M. Taber .docHenry M. Taber continues: “why will not Christian people investigate and find out for themselves (which they easily can), that the keeping of Sunday as a ‘holy Sabbath day,’ is wholly without warrant.”Faith or Fact, (Preface by Robert G. Ingersoll), p. 114.The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898S00089 Faith Or Fact H M Taber 1897.pdfThe Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898 Some history of Sabbath Change   S00089b Faith or Fact p 114  Henry M. Taber .docHenry M. Taber continues: “why will not Christian people investigate and find out for themselves (which they easily can), that the keeping of Sunday as a ‘holy Sabbath day,’ is wholly without warrant.”Faith or Fact, (Preface by Robert G. Ingersoll), p. 114.The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898S00089 Faith Or Fact H M Taber 1897.pdfThe Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898 Some history of Sabbath Change   S00089b Faith or Fact p 114  Henry M. Taber .docHenry M. Taber continues: “why will not Christian people investigate and find out for themselves (which they easily can), that the keeping of Sunday as a ‘holy Sabbath day,’ is wholly without warrant.”Faith or Fact, (Preface by Robert G. Ingersoll), p. 114.The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898S00089 Faith Or Fact H M Taber 1897.pdfThe Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898 Some history of Sabbath Change   S00089b Faith or Fact p 114  Henry M. Taber .docHenry M. Taber continues: “why will not Christian people investigate and find out for themselves (which they easily can), that the keeping of Sunday as a ‘holy Sabbath day,’ is wholly without warrant.”Faith or Fact, (Preface by Robert G. Ingersoll), p. 114.The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898S00089 Faith Or Fact H M Taber 1897.pdfThe Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898 Some history of Sabbath Change   S00089b Faith or Fact p 114  Henry M. Taber .docHenry M. Taber continues: “why will not Christian people investigate and find out for themselves (which they easily can), that the keeping of Sunday as a ‘holy Sabbath day,’ is wholly without warrant.”Faith or Fact, (Preface by Robert G. Ingersoll), p. 114.The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898S00089 Faith Or Fact H M Taber 1897.pdfThe Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898 Some history of Sabbath Change   S00089b Faith or Fact p 114  Henry M. Taber .docHenry M. Taber continues: “why will not Christian people investigate and find out for themselves (which they easily can), that the keeping of Sunday as a ‘holy Sabbath day,’ is wholly without warrant.”Faith or Fact, (Preface by Robert G. Ingersoll), p. 114.The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898S00089 Faith Or Fact H M Taber 1897.pdfThe Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898 Some history of Sabbath Change   The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898S00089 Faith Or Fact H M Taber 1897.pdfThe Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898 Some history of Sabbath Change   The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898 Some history of Sabbath Change   The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change  

 

S00089b Faith or Fact p 114  Henry M. Taber .docHenry M. Taber continues: “why will not Christian people investigate and find out for themselves (which they easily can), that the keeping of Sunday as a ‘holy Sabbath day,’ is wholly without warrant.”Faith or Fact, (Preface by Robert G. Ingersoll), p. 114.The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898S00089 Faith Or Fact H M Taber 1897.pdfThe Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898 Some history of Sabbath Change   S00089b Faith or Fact p 114  Henry M. Taber .docHenry M. Taber continues: “why will not Christian people investigate and find out for themselves (which they easily can), that the keeping of Sunday as a ‘holy Sabbath day,’ is wholly without warrant.”Faith or Fact, (Preface by Robert G. Ingersoll), p. 114.The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898S00089 Faith Or Fact H M Taber 1897.pdfThe Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898 Some history of Sabbath Change   S00089b Faith or Fact p 114  Henry M. Taber .docHenry M. Taber continues: “why will not Christian people investigate and find out for themselves (which they easily can), that the keeping of Sunday as a ‘holy Sabbath day,’ is wholly without warrant.”Faith or Fact, (Preface by Robert G. Ingersoll), p. 114.The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898S00089 Faith Or Fact H M Taber 1897.pdfThe Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898 Some history of Sabbath Change   S00089b Faith or Fact p 114  Henry M. Taber .docHenry M. Taber continues: “why will not Christian people investigate and find out for themselves (which they easily can), that the keeping of Sunday as a ‘holy Sabbath day,’ is wholly without warrant.”Faith or Fact, (Preface by Robert G. Ingersoll), p. 114.The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898S00089 Faith Or Fact H M Taber 1897.pdfThe Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898 Some history of Sabbath Change   S00089b Faith or Fact p 114  Henry M. Taber .docHenry M. Taber continues: “why will not Christian people investigate and find out for themselves (which they easily can), that the keeping of Sunday as a ‘holy Sabbath day,’ is wholly without warrant.”Faith or Fact, (Preface by Robert G. Ingersoll), p. 114.The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898S00089 Faith Or Fact H M Taber 1897.pdfThe Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898 Some history of Sabbath Change   S00089b Faith or Fact p 114  Henry M. Taber .docHenry M. Taber continues: “why will not Christian people investigate and find out for themselves (which they easily can), that the keeping of Sunday as a ‘holy Sabbath day,’ is wholly without warrant.”Faith or Fact, (Preface by Robert G. Ingersoll), p. 114.The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898S00089 Faith Or Fact H M Taber 1897.pdfThe Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898 Some history of Sabbath Change   S00089b Faith or Fact p 114  Henry M. Taber .docHenry M. Taber continues: “why will not Christian people investigate and find out for themselves (which they easily can), that the keeping of Sunday as a ‘holy Sabbath day,’ is wholly without warrant.”Faith or Fact, (Preface by Robert G. Ingersoll), p. 114.The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898S00089 Faith Or Fact H M Taber 1897.pdfThe Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898 Some history of Sabbath Change   S00089b Faith or Fact p 114  Henry M. Taber .docHenry M. Taber continues: “why will not Christian people investigate and find out for themselves (which they easily can), that the keeping of Sunday as a ‘holy Sabbath day,’ is wholly without warrant.”Faith or Fact, (Preface by Robert G. Ingersoll), p. 114.The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898S00089 Faith Or Fact H M Taber 1897.pdfThe Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898 Some history of Sabbath Change   S00089b Faith or Fact p 114  Henry M. Taber .docHenry M. Taber continues: “why will not Christian people investigate and find out for themselves (which they easily can), that the keeping of Sunday as a ‘holy Sabbath day,’ is wholly without warrant.”Faith or Fact, (Preface by Robert G. Ingersoll), p. 114.The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898S00089 Faith Or Fact H M Taber 1897.pdfThe Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898 Some history of Sabbath Change   S00089b Faith or Fact p 114  Henry M. Taber .docHenry M. Taber continues: “why will not Christian people investigate and find out for themselves (which they easily can), that the keeping of Sunday as a ‘holy Sabbath day,’ is wholly without warrant.”Faith or Fact, (Preface by Robert G. Ingersoll), p. 114.The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898S00089 Faith Or Fact H M Taber 1897.pdfThe Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898 Some history of Sabbath Change   S00089b Faith or Fact p 114  Henry M. Taber .docHenry M. Taber continues: “why will not Christian people investigate and find out for themselves (which they easily can), that the keeping of Sunday as a ‘holy Sabbath day,’ is wholly without warrant.”Faith or Fact, (Preface by Robert G. Ingersoll), p. 114.The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898S00089 Faith Or Fact H M Taber 1897.pdfThe Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898 Some history of Sabbath Change   S00089b Faith or Fact p 114  Henry M. Taber .docHenry M. Taber continues: “why will not Christian people investigate and find out for themselves (which they easily can), that the keeping of Sunday as a ‘holy Sabbath day,’ is wholly without warrant.”Faith or Fact, (Preface by Robert G. Ingersoll), p. 114.The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898S00089 Faith Or Fact H M Taber 1897.pdfThe Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898 Some history of Sabbath Change   S00089b Faith or Fact p 114  Henry M. Taber .docHenry M. Taber continues: “why will not Christian people investigate and find out for themselves (which they easily can), that the keeping of Sunday as a ‘holy Sabbath day,’ is wholly without warrant.”Faith or Fact, (Preface by Robert G. Ingersoll), p. 114.The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898S00089 Faith Or Fact H M Taber 1897.pdfThe Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898 Some history of Sabbath Change   S00089b Faith or Fact p 114  Henry M. Taber .docHenry M. Taber continues: “why will not Christian people investigate and find out for themselves (which they easily can), that the keeping of Sunday as a ‘holy Sabbath day,’ is wholly without warrant.”Faith or Fact, (Preface by Robert G. Ingersoll), p. 114.The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898S00089 Faith Or Fact H M Taber 1897.pdfThe Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898 Some history of Sabbath Change   S00089b Faith or Fact p 114  Henry M. Taber .docHenry M. Taber continues: “why will not Christian people investigate and find out for themselves (which they easily can), that the keeping of Sunday as a ‘holy Sabbath day,’ is wholly without warrant.”Faith or Fact, (Preface by Robert G. Ingersoll), p. 114.The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898S00089 Faith Or Fact H M Taber 1897.pdfThe Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898 Some history of Sabbath Change   S00089b Faith or Fact p 114  Henry M. Taber .docHenry M. Taber continues: “why will not Christian people investigate and find out for themselves (which they easily can), that the keeping of Sunday as a ‘holy Sabbath day,’ is wholly without warrant.”Faith or Fact, (Preface by Robert G. Ingersoll), p. 114.The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898S00089 Faith Or Fact H M Taber 1897.pdfThe Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898 Some history of Sabbath Change   S00089b Faith or Fact p 114  Henry M. Taber .docHenry M. Taber continues: “why will not Christian people investigate and find out for themselves (which they easily can), that the keeping of Sunday as a ‘holy Sabbath day,’ is wholly without warrant.”Faith or Fact, (Preface by Robert G. Ingersoll), p. 114.The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898S00089 Faith Or Fact H M Taber 1897.pdfThe Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898 Some history of Sabbath Change   S00089b Faith or Fact p 114  Henry M. Taber .docHenry M. Taber continues: “why will not Christian people investigate and find out for themselves (which they easily can), that the keeping of Sunday as a ‘holy Sabbath day,’ is wholly without warrant.”Faith or Fact, (Preface by Robert G. Ingersoll), p. 114.The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898S00089 Faith Or Fact H M Taber 1897.pdfThe Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898 Some history of Sabbath Change   S00089b Faith or Fact p 114  Henry M. Taber .docHenry M. Taber continues: “why will not Christian people investigate and find out for themselves (which they easily can), that the keeping of Sunday as a ‘holy Sabbath day,’ is wholly without warrant.”Faith or Fact, (Preface by Robert G. Ingersoll), p. 114.The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898S00089 Faith Or Fact H M Taber 1897.pdfThe Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898 Some history of Sabbath Change   S00089b Faith or Fact p 114  Henry M. Taber .docHenry M. Taber continues: “why will not Christian people investigate and find out for themselves (which they easily can), that the keeping of Sunday as a ‘holy Sabbath day,’ is wholly without warrant.”Faith or Fact, (Preface by Robert G. Ingersoll), p. 114.The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898S00089 Faith Or Fact H M Taber 1897.pdfThe Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898 Some history of Sabbath Change   S00089b Faith or Fact p 114  Henry M. Taber .docHenry M. Taber continues: “why will not Christian people investigate and find out for themselves (which they easily can), that the keeping of Sunday as a ‘holy Sabbath day,’ is wholly without warrant.”Faith or Fact, (Preface by Robert G. Ingersoll), p. 114.The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898S00089 Faith Or Fact H M Taber 1897.pdfThe Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898 Some history of Sabbath Change   S00089b Faith or Fact p 114  Henry M. Taber .docHenry M. Taber continues: “why will not Christian people investigate and find out for themselves (which they easily can), that the keeping of Sunday as a ‘holy Sabbath day,’ is wholly without warrant.”Faith or Fact, (Preface by Robert G. Ingersoll), p. 114.The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898S00089 Faith Or Fact H M Taber 1897.pdfThe Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898 Some history of Sabbath Change   S00089b Faith or Fact p 114  Henry M. Taber .docHenry M. Taber continues: “why will not Christian people investigate and find out for themselves (which they easily can), that the keeping of Sunday as a ‘holy Sabbath day,’ is wholly without warrant.”Faith or Fact, (Preface by Robert G. Ingersoll), p. 114.The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898S00089 Faith Or Fact H M Taber 1897.pdfThe Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898 Some history of Sabbath Change   S00089b Faith or Fact p 114  Henry M. Taber .docHenry M. Taber continues: “why will not Christian people investigate and find out for themselves (which they easily can), that the keeping of Sunday as a ‘holy Sabbath day,’ is wholly without warrant.”Faith or Fact, (Preface by Robert G. Ingersoll), p. 114.The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898S00089 Faith Or Fact H M Taber 1897.pdfThe Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898 Some history of Sabbath Change   S00089b Faith or Fact p 114  Henry M. Taber .docHenry M. Taber continues: “why will not Christian people investigate and find out for themselves (which they easily can), that the keeping of Sunday as a ‘holy Sabbath day,’ is wholly without warrant.”Faith or Fact, (Preface by Robert G. Ingersoll), p. 114.The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898S00089 Faith Or Fact H M Taber 1897.pdfThe Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898 Some history of Sabbath Change   S00089b Faith or Fact p 114  Henry M. Taber .docHenry M. Taber continues: “why will not Christian people investigate and find out for themselves (which they easily can), that the keeping of Sunday as a ‘holy Sabbath day,’ is wholly without warrant.”Faith or Fact, (Preface by Robert G. Ingersoll), p. 114.The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898S00089 Faith Or Fact H M Taber 1897.pdfThe Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898 Some history of Sabbath Change   S00089b Faith or Fact p 114  Henry M. Taber .docHenry M. Taber continues: “why will not Christian people investigate and find out for themselves (which they easily can), that the keeping of Sunday as a ‘holy Sabbath day,’ is wholly without warrant.”Faith or Fact, (Preface by Robert G. Ingersoll), p. 114.The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898S00089 Faith Or Fact H M Taber 1897.pdfThe Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898 Some history of Sabbath Change   S00089b Faith or Fact p 114  Henry M. Taber .docHenry M. Taber continues: “why will not Christian people investigate and find out for themselves (which they easily can), that the keeping of Sunday as a ‘holy Sabbath day,’ is wholly without warrant.”Faith or Fact, (Preface by Robert G. Ingersoll), p. 114.The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898S00089 Faith Or Fact H M Taber 1897.pdfThe Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898 Some history of Sabbath Change   S00089b Faith or Fact p 114  Henry M. Taber .docHenry M. Taber continues: “why will not Christian people investigate and find out for themselves (which they easily can), that the keeping of Sunday as a ‘holy Sabbath day,’ is wholly without warrant.”Faith or Fact, (Preface by Robert G. Ingersoll), p. 114.The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898S00089 Faith Or Fact H M Taber 1897.pdfThe Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898 Some history of Sabbath Change   S00089b Faith or Fact p 114  Henry M. Taber .docHenry M. Taber continues: “why will not Christian people investigate and find out for themselves (which they easily can), that the keeping of Sunday as a ‘holy Sabbath day,’ is wholly without warrant.”Faith or Fact, (Preface by Robert G. Ingersoll), p. 114.The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898S00089 Faith Or Fact H M Taber 1897.pdfThe Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898 Some history of Sabbath Change   The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898S00089 Faith Or Fact H M Taber 1897.pdfThe Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898 Some history of Sabbath Change   The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898 Some history of Sabbath Change   The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change  

 

S00089b Faith or Fact p 114  Henry M. Taber .docHenry M. Taber continues: “why will not Christian people investigate and find out for themselves (which they easily can), that the keeping of Sunday as a ‘holy Sabbath day,’ is wholly without warrant.”Faith or Fact, (Preface by Robert G. Ingersoll), p. 114.The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898S00089 Faith Or Fact H M Taber 1897.pdfThe Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898 Some history of Sabbath Change   S00089b Faith or Fact p 114  Henry M. Taber .docHenry M. Taber continues: “why will not Christian people investigate and find out for themselves (which they easily can), that the keeping of Sunday as a ‘holy Sabbath day,’ is wholly without warrant.”Faith or Fact, (Preface by Robert G. Ingersoll), p. 114.The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898S00089 Faith Or Fact H M Taber 1897.pdfThe Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898 Some history of Sabbath Change   S00089b Faith or Fact p 114  Henry M. Taber .docHenry M. Taber continues: “why will not Christian people investigate and find out for themselves (which they easily can), that the keeping of Sunday as a ‘holy Sabbath day,’ is wholly without warrant.”Faith or Fact, (Preface by Robert G. Ingersoll), p. 114.The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898S00089 Faith Or Fact H M Taber 1897.pdfThe Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898 Some history of Sabbath Change   S00089b Faith or Fact p 114  Henry M. Taber .docHenry M. Taber continues: “why will not Christian people investigate and find out for themselves (which they easily can), that the keeping of Sunday as a ‘holy Sabbath day,’ is wholly without warrant.”Faith or Fact, (Preface by Robert G. Ingersoll), p. 114.The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898S00089 Faith Or Fact H M Taber 1897.pdfThe Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898 Some history of Sabbath Change   S00089b Faith or Fact p 114  Henry M. Taber .docHenry M. Taber continues: “why will not Christian people investigate and find out for themselves (which they easily can), that the keeping of Sunday as a ‘holy Sabbath day,’ is wholly without warrant.”Faith or Fact, (Preface by Robert G. Ingersoll), p. 114.The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898S00089 Faith Or Fact H M Taber 1897.pdfThe Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898 Some history of Sabbath Change   S00089b Faith or Fact p 114  Henry M. Taber .docHenry M. Taber continues: “why will not Christian people investigate and find out for themselves (which they easily can), that the keeping of Sunday as a ‘holy Sabbath day,’ is wholly without warrant.”Faith or Fact, (Preface by Robert G. Ingersoll), p. 114.The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898S00089 Faith Or Fact H M Taber 1897.pdfThe Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898 Some history of Sabbath Change   S00089b Faith or Fact p 114  Henry M. Taber .docHenry M. Taber continues: “why will not Christian people investigate and find out for themselves (which they easily can), that the keeping of Sunday as a ‘holy Sabbath day,’ is wholly without warrant.”Faith or Fact, (Preface by Robert G. Ingersoll), p. 114.The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898S00089 Faith Or Fact H M Taber 1897.pdfThe Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898 Some history of Sabbath Change   S00089b Faith or Fact p 114  Henry M. Taber .docHenry M. Taber continues: “why will not Christian people investigate and find out for themselves (which they easily can), that the keeping of Sunday as a ‘holy Sabbath day,’ is wholly without warrant.”Faith or Fact, (Preface by Robert G. Ingersoll), p. 114.The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898S00089 Faith Or Fact H M Taber 1897.pdfThe Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898 Some history of Sabbath Change   S00089b Faith or Fact p 114  Henry M. Taber .docHenry M. Taber continues: “why will not Christian people investigate and find out for themselves (which they easily can), that the keeping of Sunday as a ‘holy Sabbath day,’ is wholly without warrant.”Faith or Fact, (Preface by Robert G. Ingersoll), p. 114.The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898S00089 Faith Or Fact H M Taber 1897.pdfThe Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898 Some history of Sabbath Change   S00089b Faith or Fact p 114  Henry M. Taber .docHenry M. Taber continues: “why will not Christian people investigate and find out for themselves (which they easily can), that the keeping of Sunday as a ‘holy Sabbath day,’ is wholly without warrant.”Faith or Fact, (Preface by Robert G. Ingersoll), p. 114.The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898S00089 Faith Or Fact H M Taber 1897.pdfThe Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898 Some history of Sabbath Change   S00089b Faith or Fact p 114  Henry M. Taber .docHenry M. Taber continues: “why will not Christian people investigate and find out for themselves (which they easily can), that the keeping of Sunday as a ‘holy Sabbath day,’ is wholly without warrant.”Faith or Fact, (Preface by Robert G. Ingersoll), p. 114.The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898S00089 Faith Or Fact H M Taber 1897.pdfThe Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898 Some history of Sabbath Change   S00089b Faith or Fact p 114  Henry M. Taber .docHenry M. Taber continues: “why will not Christian people investigate and find out for themselves (which they easily can), that the keeping of Sunday as a ‘holy Sabbath day,’ is wholly without warrant.”Faith or Fact, (Preface by Robert G. Ingersoll), p. 114.The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898S00089 Faith Or Fact H M Taber 1897.pdfThe Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898 Some history of Sabbath Change   S00089b Faith or Fact p 114  Henry M. Taber .docHenry M. Taber continues: “why will not Christian people investigate and find out for themselves (which they easily can), that the keeping of Sunday as a ‘holy Sabbath day,’ is wholly without warrant.”Faith or Fact, (Preface by Robert G. Ingersoll), p. 114.The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898S00089 Faith Or Fact H M Taber 1897.pdfThe Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898 Some history of Sabbath Change   S00089b Faith or Fact p 114  Henry M. Taber .docHenry M. Taber continues: “why will not Christian people investigate and find out for themselves (which they easily can), that the keeping of Sunday as a ‘holy Sabbath day,’ is wholly without warrant.”Faith or Fact, (Preface by Robert G. Ingersoll), p. 114.The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898S00089 Faith Or Fact H M Taber 1897.pdfThe Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898 Some history of Sabbath Change   S00089b Faith or Fact p 114  Henry M. Taber .docHenry M. Taber continues: “why will not Christian people investigate and find out for themselves (which they easily can), that the keeping of Sunday as a ‘holy Sabbath day,’ is wholly without warrant.”Faith or Fact, (Preface by Robert G. Ingersoll), p. 114.The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898S00089 Faith Or Fact H M Taber 1897.pdfThe Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898 Some history of Sabbath Change   S00089b Faith or Fact p 114  Henry M. Taber .docHenry M. Taber continues: “why will not Christian people investigate and find out for themselves (which they easily can), that the keeping of Sunday as a ‘holy Sabbath day,’ is wholly without warrant.”Faith or Fact, (Preface by Robert G. Ingersoll), p. 114.The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898S00089 Faith Or Fact H M Taber 1897.pdfThe Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898 Some history of Sabbath Change   S00089b Faith or Fact p 114  Henry M. Taber .docHenry M. Taber continues: “why will not Christian people investigate and find out for themselves (which they easily can), that the keeping of Sunday as a ‘holy Sabbath day,’ is wholly without warrant.”Faith or Fact, (Preface by Robert G. Ingersoll), p. 114.The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898S00089 Faith Or Fact H M Taber 1897.pdfThe Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898 Some history of Sabbath Change   S00089b Faith or Fact p 114  Henry M. Taber .docHenry M. Taber continues: “why will not Christian people investigate and find out for themselves (which they easily can), that the keeping of Sunday as a ‘holy Sabbath day,’ is wholly without warrant.”Faith or Fact, (Preface by Robert G. Ingersoll), p. 114.The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898S00089 Faith Or Fact H M Taber 1897.pdfThe Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898 Some history of Sabbath Change   S00089b Faith or Fact p 114  Henry M. Taber .docHenry M. Taber continues: “why will not Christian people investigate and find out for themselves (which they easily can), that the keeping of Sunday as a ‘holy Sabbath day,’ is wholly without warrant.”Faith or Fact, (Preface by Robert G. Ingersoll), p. 114.The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898S00089 Faith Or Fact H M Taber 1897.pdfThe Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898 Some history of Sabbath Change   S00089b Faith or Fact p 114  Henry M. Taber .docHenry M. Taber continues: “why will not Christian people investigate and find out for themselves (which they easily can), that the keeping of Sunday as a ‘holy Sabbath day,’ is wholly without warrant.”Faith or Fact, (Preface by Robert G. Ingersoll), p. 114.The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898S00089 Faith Or Fact H M Taber 1897.pdfThe Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898 Some history of Sabbath Change   S00089b Faith or Fact p 114  Henry M. Taber .docHenry M. Taber continues: “why will not Christian people investigate and find out for themselves (which they easily can), that the keeping of Sunday as a ‘holy Sabbath day,’ is wholly without warrant.”Faith or Fact, (Preface by Robert G. Ingersoll), p. 114.The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898S00089 Faith Or Fact H M Taber 1897.pdfThe Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898 Some history of Sabbath Change   S00089b Faith or Fact p 114  Henry M. Taber .docHenry M. Taber continues: “why will not Christian people investigate and find out for themselves (which they easily can), that the keeping of Sunday as a ‘holy Sabbath day,’ is wholly without warrant.”Faith or Fact, (Preface by Robert G. Ingersoll), p. 114.The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898S00089 Faith Or Fact H M Taber 1897.pdfThe Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898 Some history of Sabbath Change   S00089b Faith or Fact p 114  Henry M. Taber .docHenry M. Taber continues: “why will not Christian people investigate and find out for themselves (which they easily can), that the keeping of Sunday as a ‘holy Sabbath day,’ is wholly without warrant.”Faith or Fact, (Preface by Robert G. Ingersoll), p. 114.The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898S00089 Faith Or Fact H M Taber 1897.pdfThe Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898 Some history of Sabbath Change   S00089b Faith or Fact p 114  Henry M. Taber .docHenry M. Taber continues: “why will not Christian people investigate and find out for themselves (which they easily can), that the keeping of Sunday as a ‘holy Sabbath day,’ is wholly without warrant.”Faith or Fact, (Preface by Robert G. Ingersoll), p. 114.The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898S00089 Faith Or Fact H M Taber 1897.pdfThe Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898 Some history of Sabbath Change   S00089b Faith or Fact p 114  Henry M. Taber .docHenry M. Taber continues: “why will not Christian people investigate and find out for themselves (which they easily can), that the keeping of Sunday as a ‘holy Sabbath day,’ is wholly without warrant.”Faith or Fact, (Preface by Robert G. Ingersoll), p. 114.The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898S00089 Faith Or Fact H M Taber 1897.pdfThe Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898 Some history of Sabbath Change   S00089b Faith or Fact p 114  Henry M. Taber .docHenry M. Taber continues: “why will not Christian people investigate and find out for themselves (which they easily can), that the keeping of Sunday as a ‘holy Sabbath day,’ is wholly without warrant.”Faith or Fact, (Preface by Robert G. Ingersoll), p. 114.The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898S00089 Faith Or Fact H M Taber 1897.pdfThe Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898 Some history of Sabbath Change   S00089b Faith or Fact p 114  Henry M. Taber .docHenry M. Taber continues: “why will not Christian people investigate and find out for themselves (which they easily can), that the keeping of Sunday as a ‘holy Sabbath day,’ is wholly without warrant.”Faith or Fact, (Preface by Robert G. Ingersoll), p. 114.The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898S00089 Faith Or Fact H M Taber 1897.pdfThe Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898 Some history of Sabbath Change   S00089b Faith or Fact p 114  Henry M. Taber .docHenry M. Taber continues: “why will not Christian people investigate and find out for themselves (which they easily can), that the keeping of Sunday as a ‘holy Sabbath day,’ is wholly without warrant.”Faith or Fact, (Preface by Robert G. Ingersoll), p. 114.The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898S00089 Faith Or Fact H M Taber 1897.pdfThe Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898 Some history of Sabbath Change   S00089b Faith or Fact p 114  Henry M. Taber .docHenry M. Taber continues: “why will not Christian people investigate and find out for themselves (which they easily can), that the keeping of Sunday as a ‘holy Sabbath day,’ is wholly without warrant.”Faith or Fact, (Preface by Robert G. Ingersoll), p. 114.The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898S00089 Faith Or Fact H M Taber 1897.pdfThe Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898 Some history of Sabbath Change   The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898S00089 Faith Or Fact H M Taber 1897.pdfThe Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898 Some history of Sabbath Change   The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898 Some history of Sabbath Change   The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change  

 

S00089b Faith or Fact p 114  Henry M. Taber .docHenry M. Taber continues: “why will not Christian people investigate and find out for themselves (which they easily can), that the keeping of Sunday as a ‘holy Sabbath day,’ is wholly without warrant.”Faith or Fact, (Preface by Robert G. Ingersoll), p. 114.The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898S00089 Faith Or Fact H M Taber 1897.pdfThe Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898 Some history of Sabbath Change   S00089b Faith or Fact p 114  Henry M. Taber .docHenry M. Taber continues: “why will not Christian people investigate and find out for themselves (which they easily can), that the keeping of Sunday as a ‘holy Sabbath day,’ is wholly without warrant.”Faith or Fact, (Preface by Robert G. Ingersoll), p. 114.The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898S00089 Faith Or Fact H M Taber 1897.pdfThe Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898 Some history of Sabbath Change   S00089b Faith or Fact p 114  Henry M. Taber .docHenry M. Taber continues: “why will not Christian people investigate and find out for themselves (which they easily can), that the keeping of Sunday as a ‘holy Sabbath day,’ is wholly without warrant.”Faith or Fact, (Preface by Robert G. Ingersoll), p. 114.The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898S00089 Faith Or Fact H M Taber 1897.pdfThe Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898 Some history of Sabbath Change   S00089b Faith or Fact p 114  Henry M. Taber .docHenry M. Taber continues: “why will not Christian people investigate and find out for themselves (which they easily can), that the keeping of Sunday as a ‘holy Sabbath day,’ is wholly without warrant.”Faith or Fact, (Preface by Robert G. Ingersoll), p. 114.The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898S00089 Faith Or Fact H M Taber 1897.pdfThe Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898 Some history of Sabbath Change   S00089b Faith or Fact p 114  Henry M. Taber .docHenry M. Taber continues: “why will not Christian people investigate and find out for themselves (which they easily can), that the keeping of Sunday as a ‘holy Sabbath day,’ is wholly without warrant.”Faith or Fact, (Preface by Robert G. Ingersoll), p. 114.The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898S00089 Faith Or Fact H M Taber 1897.pdfThe Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898 Some history of Sabbath Change   S00089b Faith or Fact p 114  Henry M. Taber .docHenry M. Taber continues: “why will not Christian people investigate and find out for themselves (which they easily can), that the keeping of Sunday as a ‘holy Sabbath day,’ is wholly without warrant.”Faith or Fact, (Preface by Robert G. Ingersoll), p. 114.The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898S00089 Faith Or Fact H M Taber 1897.pdfThe Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898 Some history of Sabbath Change   S00089b Faith or Fact p 114  Henry M. Taber .docHenry M. Taber continues: “why will not Christian people investigate and find out for themselves (which they easily can), that the keeping of Sunday as a ‘holy Sabbath day,’ is wholly without warrant.”Faith or Fact, (Preface by Robert G. Ingersoll), p. 114.The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898S00089 Faith Or Fact H M Taber 1897.pdfThe Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898 Some history of Sabbath Change   S00089b Faith or Fact p 114  Henry M. Taber .docHenry M. Taber continues: “why will not Christian people investigate and find out for themselves (which they easily can), that the keeping of Sunday as a ‘holy Sabbath day,’ is wholly without warrant.”Faith or Fact, (Preface by Robert G. Ingersoll), p. 114.The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898S00089 Faith Or Fact H M Taber 1897.pdfThe Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898 Some history of Sabbath Change   S00089b Faith or Fact p 114  Henry M. Taber .docHenry M. Taber continues: “why will not Christian people investigate and find out for themselves (which they easily can), that the keeping of Sunday as a ‘holy Sabbath day,’ is wholly without warrant.”Faith or Fact, (Preface by Robert G. Ingersoll), p. 114.The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898S00089 Faith Or Fact H M Taber 1897.pdfThe Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898 Some history of Sabbath Change   S00089b Faith or Fact p 114  Henry M. Taber .docHenry M. Taber continues: “why will not Christian people investigate and find out for themselves (which they easily can), that the keeping of Sunday as a ‘holy Sabbath day,’ is wholly without warrant.”Faith or Fact, (Preface by Robert G. Ingersoll), p. 114.The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898S00089 Faith Or Fact H M Taber 1897.pdfThe Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898 Some history of Sabbath Change   S00089b Faith or Fact p 114  Henry M. Taber .docHenry M. Taber continues: “why will not Christian people investigate and find out for themselves (which they easily can), that the keeping of Sunday as a ‘holy Sabbath day,’ is wholly without warrant.”Faith or Fact, (Preface by Robert G. Ingersoll), p. 114.The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898S00089 Faith Or Fact H M Taber 1897.pdfThe Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898 Some history of Sabbath Change   S00089b Faith or Fact p 114  Henry M. Taber .docHenry M. Taber continues: “why will not Christian people investigate and find out for themselves (which they easily can), that the keeping of Sunday as a ‘holy Sabbath day,’ is wholly without warrant.”Faith or Fact, (Preface by Robert G. Ingersoll), p. 114.The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898S00089 Faith Or Fact H M Taber 1897.pdfThe Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898 Some history of Sabbath Change   S00089b Faith or Fact p 114  Henry M. Taber .docHenry M. Taber continues: “why will not Christian people investigate and find out for themselves (which they easily can), that the keeping of Sunday as a ‘holy Sabbath day,’ is wholly without warrant.”Faith or Fact, (Preface by Robert G. Ingersoll), p. 114.The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898S00089 Faith Or Fact H M Taber 1897.pdfThe Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898 Some history of Sabbath Change   S00089b Faith or Fact p 114  Henry M. Taber .docHenry M. Taber continues: “why will not Christian people investigate and find out for themselves (which they easily can), that the keeping of Sunday as a ‘holy Sabbath day,’ is wholly without warrant.”Faith or Fact, (Preface by Robert G. Ingersoll), p. 114.The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898S00089 Faith Or Fact H M Taber 1897.pdfThe Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898 Some history of Sabbath Change   S00089b Faith or Fact p 114  Henry M. Taber .docHenry M. Taber continues: “why will not Christian people investigate and find out for themselves (which they easily can), that the keeping of Sunday as a ‘holy Sabbath day,’ is wholly without warrant.”Faith or Fact, (Preface by Robert G. Ingersoll), p. 114.The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898S00089 Faith Or Fact H M Taber 1897.pdfThe Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898 Some history of Sabbath Change   S00089b Faith or Fact p 114  Henry M. Taber .docHenry M. Taber continues: “why will not Christian people investigate and find out for themselves (which they easily can), that the keeping of Sunday as a ‘holy Sabbath day,’ is wholly without warrant.”Faith or Fact, (Preface by Robert G. Ingersoll), p. 114.The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898S00089 Faith Or Fact H M Taber 1897.pdfThe Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898 Some history of Sabbath Change   S00089b Faith or Fact p 114  Henry M. Taber .docHenry M. Taber continues: “why will not Christian people investigate and find out for themselves (which they easily can), that the keeping of Sunday as a ‘holy Sabbath day,’ is wholly without warrant.”Faith or Fact, (Preface by Robert G. Ingersoll), p. 114.The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898S00089 Faith Or Fact H M Taber 1897.pdfThe Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898 Some history of Sabbath Change   S00089b Faith or Fact p 114  Henry M. Taber .docHenry M. Taber continues: “why will not Christian people investigate and find out for themselves (which they easily can), that the keeping of Sunday as a ‘holy Sabbath day,’ is wholly without warrant.”Faith or Fact, (Preface by Robert G. Ingersoll), p. 114.The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898S00089 Faith Or Fact H M Taber 1897.pdfThe Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898 Some history of Sabbath Change   S00089b Faith or Fact p 114  Henry M. Taber .docHenry M. Taber continues: “why will not Christian people investigate and find out for themselves (which they easily can), that the keeping of Sunday as a ‘holy Sabbath day,’ is wholly without warrant.”Faith or Fact, (Preface by Robert G. Ingersoll), p. 114.The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898S00089 Faith Or Fact H M Taber 1897.pdfThe Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898 Some history of Sabbath Change   S00089b Faith or Fact p 114  Henry M. Taber .docHenry M. Taber continues: “why will not Christian people investigate and find out for themselves (which they easily can), that the keeping of Sunday as a ‘holy Sabbath day,’ is wholly without warrant.”Faith or Fact, (Preface by Robert G. Ingersoll), p. 114.The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898S00089 Faith Or Fact H M Taber 1897.pdfThe Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898 Some history of Sabbath Change   S00089b Faith or Fact p 114  Henry M. Taber .docHenry M. Taber continues: “why will not Christian people investigate and find out for themselves (which they easily can), that the keeping of Sunday as a ‘holy Sabbath day,’ is wholly without warrant.”Faith or Fact, (Preface by Robert G. Ingersoll), p. 114.The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898S00089 Faith Or Fact H M Taber 1897.pdfThe Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898 Some history of Sabbath Change   S00089b Faith or Fact p 114  Henry M. Taber .docHenry M. Taber continues: “why will not Christian people investigate and find out for themselves (which they easily can), that the keeping of Sunday as a ‘holy Sabbath day,’ is wholly without warrant.”Faith or Fact, (Preface by Robert G. Ingersoll), p. 114.The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898S00089 Faith Or Fact H M Taber 1897.pdfThe Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898 Some history of Sabbath Change   S00089b Faith or Fact p 114  Henry M. Taber .docHenry M. Taber continues: “why will not Christian people investigate and find out for themselves (which they easily can), that the keeping of Sunday as a ‘holy Sabbath day,’ is wholly without warrant.”Faith or Fact, (Preface by Robert G. Ingersoll), p. 114.The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898S00089 Faith Or Fact H M Taber 1897.pdfThe Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898 Some history of Sabbath Change   S00089b Faith or Fact p 114  Henry M. Taber .docHenry M. Taber continues: “why will not Christian people investigate and find out for themselves (which they easily can), that the keeping of Sunday as a ‘holy Sabbath day,’ is wholly without warrant.”Faith or Fact, (Preface by Robert G. Ingersoll), p. 114.The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898S00089 Faith Or Fact H M Taber 1897.pdfThe Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898 Some history of Sabbath Change   S00089b Faith or Fact p 114  Henry M. Taber .docHenry M. Taber continues: “why will not Christian people investigate and find out for themselves (which they easily can), that the keeping of Sunday as a ‘holy Sabbath day,’ is wholly without warrant.”Faith or Fact, (Preface by Robert G. Ingersoll), p. 114.The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898S00089 Faith Or Fact H M Taber 1897.pdfThe Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898 Some history of Sabbath Change   S00089b Faith or Fact p 114  Henry M. Taber .docHenry M. Taber continues: “why will not Christian people investigate and find out for themselves (which they easily can), that the keeping of Sunday as a ‘holy Sabbath day,’ is wholly without warrant.”Faith or Fact, (Preface by Robert G. Ingersoll), p. 114.The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898S00089 Faith Or Fact H M Taber 1897.pdfThe Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898 Some history of Sabbath Change   S00089b Faith or Fact p 114  Henry M. Taber .docHenry M. Taber continues: “why will not Christian people investigate and find out for themselves (which they easily can), that the keeping of Sunday as a ‘holy Sabbath day,’ is wholly without warrant.”Faith or Fact, (Preface by Robert G. Ingersoll), p. 114.The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898S00089 Faith Or Fact H M Taber 1897.pdfThe Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898 Some history of Sabbath Change   S00089b Faith or Fact p 114  Henry M. Taber .docHenry M. Taber continues: “why will not Christian people investigate and find out for themselves (which they easily can), that the keeping of Sunday as a ‘holy Sabbath day,’ is wholly without warrant.”Faith or Fact, (Preface by Robert G. Ingersoll), p. 114.The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898S00089 Faith Or Fact H M Taber 1897.pdfThe Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898 Some history of Sabbath Change   The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898S00089 Faith Or Fact H M Taber 1897.pdfThe Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898 Some history of Sabbath Change   The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898 Some history of Sabbath Change   The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change  

 

S00089b Faith or Fact p 114  Henry M. Taber .docHenry M. Taber continues: “why will not Christian people investigate and find out for themselves (which they easily can), that the keeping of Sunday as a ‘holy Sabbath day,’ is wholly without warrant.”Faith or Fact, (Preface by Robert G. Ingersoll), p. 114.The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898S00089 Faith Or Fact H M Taber 1897.pdfThe Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898 Some history of Sabbath Change   S00089b Faith or Fact p 114  Henry M. Taber .docHenry M. Taber continues: “why will not Christian people investigate and find out for themselves (which they easily can), that the keeping of Sunday as a ‘holy Sabbath day,’ is wholly without warrant.”Faith or Fact, (Preface by Robert G. Ingersoll), p. 114.The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898S00089 Faith Or Fact H M Taber 1897.pdfThe Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898 Some history of Sabbath Change   S00089b Faith or Fact p 114  Henry M. Taber .docHenry M. Taber continues: “why will not Christian people investigate and find out for themselves (which they easily can), that the keeping of Sunday as a ‘holy Sabbath day,’ is wholly without warrant.”Faith or Fact, (Preface by Robert G. Ingersoll), p. 114.The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898S00089 Faith Or Fact H M Taber 1897.pdfThe Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898 Some history of Sabbath Change   S00089b Faith or Fact p 114  Henry M. Taber .docHenry M. Taber continues: “why will not Christian people investigate and find out for themselves (which they easily can), that the keeping of Sunday as a ‘holy Sabbath day,’ is wholly without warrant.”Faith or Fact, (Preface by Robert G. Ingersoll), p. 114.The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898S00089 Faith Or Fact H M Taber 1897.pdfThe Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898 Some history of Sabbath Change   S00089b Faith or Fact p 114  Henry M. Taber .docHenry M. Taber continues: “why will not Christian people investigate and find out for themselves (which they easily can), that the keeping of Sunday as a ‘holy Sabbath day,’ is wholly without warrant.”Faith or Fact, (Preface by Robert G. Ingersoll), p. 114.The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898S00089 Faith Or Fact H M Taber 1897.pdfThe Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898 Some history of Sabbath Change   S00089b Faith or Fact p 114  Henry M. Taber .docHenry M. Taber continues: “why will not Christian people investigate and find out for themselves (which they easily can), that the keeping of Sunday as a ‘holy Sabbath day,’ is wholly without warrant.”Faith or Fact, (Preface by Robert G. Ingersoll), p. 114.The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898S00089 Faith Or Fact H M Taber 1897.pdfThe Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898 Some history of Sabbath Change   S00089b Faith or Fact p 114  Henry M. Taber .docHenry M. Taber continues: “why will not Christian people investigate and find out for themselves (which they easily can), that the keeping of Sunday as a ‘holy Sabbath day,’ is wholly without warrant.”Faith or Fact, (Preface by Robert G. Ingersoll), p. 114.The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898S00089 Faith Or Fact H M Taber 1897.pdfThe Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898 Some history of Sabbath Change   S00089b Faith or Fact p 114  Henry M. Taber .docHenry M. Taber continues: “why will not Christian people investigate and find out for themselves (which they easily can), that the keeping of Sunday as a ‘holy Sabbath day,’ is wholly without warrant.”Faith or Fact, (Preface by Robert G. Ingersoll), p. 114.The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898S00089 Faith Or Fact H M Taber 1897.pdfThe Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898 Some history of Sabbath Change   S00089b Faith or Fact p 114  Henry M. Taber .docHenry M. Taber continues: “why will not Christian people investigate and find out for themselves (which they easily can), that the keeping of Sunday as a ‘holy Sabbath day,’ is wholly without warrant.”Faith or Fact, (Preface by Robert G. Ingersoll), p. 114.The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898S00089 Faith Or Fact H M Taber 1897.pdfThe Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898 Some history of Sabbath Change   S00089b Faith or Fact p 114  Henry M. Taber .docHenry M. Taber continues: “why will not Christian people investigate and find out for themselves (which they easily can), that the keeping of Sunday as a ‘holy Sabbath day,’ is wholly without warrant.”Faith or Fact, (Preface by Robert G. Ingersoll), p. 114.The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898S00089 Faith Or Fact H M Taber 1897.pdfThe Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898 Some history of Sabbath Change   S00089b Faith or Fact p 114  Henry M. Taber .docHenry M. Taber continues: “why will not Christian people investigate and find out for themselves (which they easily can), that the keeping of Sunday as a ‘holy Sabbath day,’ is wholly without warrant.”Faith or Fact, (Preface by Robert G. Ingersoll), p. 114.The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898S00089 Faith Or Fact H M Taber 1897.pdfThe Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898 Some history of Sabbath Change   S00089b Faith or Fact p 114  Henry M. Taber .docHenry M. Taber continues: “why will not Christian people investigate and find out for themselves (which they easily can), that the keeping of Sunday as a ‘holy Sabbath day,’ is wholly without warrant.”Faith or Fact, (Preface by Robert G. Ingersoll), p. 114.The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898S00089 Faith Or Fact H M Taber 1897.pdfThe Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898 Some history of Sabbath Change   S00089b Faith or Fact p 114  Henry M. Taber .docHenry M. Taber continues: “why will not Christian people investigate and find out for themselves (which they easily can), that the keeping of Sunday as a ‘holy Sabbath day,’ is wholly without warrant.”Faith or Fact, (Preface by Robert G. Ingersoll), p. 114.The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898S00089 Faith Or Fact H M Taber 1897.pdfThe Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898 Some history of Sabbath Change   S00089b Faith or Fact p 114  Henry M. Taber .docHenry M. Taber continues: “why will not Christian people investigate and find out for themselves (which they easily can), that the keeping of Sunday as a ‘holy Sabbath day,’ is wholly without warrant.”Faith or Fact, (Preface by Robert G. Ingersoll), p. 114.The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898S00089 Faith Or Fact H M Taber 1897.pdfThe Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898 Some history of Sabbath Change   S00089b Faith or Fact p 114  Henry M. Taber .docHenry M. Taber continues: “why will not Christian people investigate and find out for themselves (which they easily can), that the keeping of Sunday as a ‘holy Sabbath day,’ is wholly without warrant.”Faith or Fact, (Preface by Robert G. Ingersoll), p. 114.The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898S00089 Faith Or Fact H M Taber 1897.pdfThe Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898 Some history of Sabbath Change   S00089b Faith or Fact p 114  Henry M. Taber .docHenry M. Taber continues: “why will not Christian people investigate and find out for themselves (which they easily can), that the keeping of Sunday as a ‘holy Sabbath day,’ is wholly without warrant.”Faith or Fact, (Preface by Robert G. Ingersoll), p. 114.The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898S00089 Faith Or Fact H M Taber 1897.pdfThe Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898 Some history of Sabbath Change   S00089b Faith or Fact p 114  Henry M. Taber .docHenry M. Taber continues: “why will not Christian people investigate and find out for themselves (which they easily can), that the keeping of Sunday as a ‘holy Sabbath day,’ is wholly without warrant.”Faith or Fact, (Preface by Robert G. Ingersoll), p. 114.The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898S00089 Faith Or Fact H M Taber 1897.pdfThe Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898 Some history of Sabbath Change   S00089b Faith or Fact p 114  Henry M. Taber .docHenry M. Taber continues: “why will not Christian people investigate and find out for themselves (which they easily can), that the keeping of Sunday as a ‘holy Sabbath day,’ is wholly without warrant.”Faith or Fact, (Preface by Robert G. Ingersoll), p. 114.The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898S00089 Faith Or Fact H M Taber 1897.pdfThe Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898 Some history of Sabbath Change   S00089b Faith or Fact p 114  Henry M. Taber .docHenry M. Taber continues: “why will not Christian people investigate and find out for themselves (which they easily can), that the keeping of Sunday as a ‘holy Sabbath day,’ is wholly without warrant.”Faith or Fact, (Preface by Robert G. Ingersoll), p. 114.The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898S00089 Faith Or Fact H M Taber 1897.pdfThe Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898 Some history of Sabbath Change   S00089b Faith or Fact p 114  Henry M. Taber .docHenry M. Taber continues: “why will not Christian people investigate and find out for themselves (which they easily can), that the keeping of Sunday as a ‘holy Sabbath day,’ is wholly without warrant.”Faith or Fact, (Preface by Robert G. Ingersoll), p. 114.The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898S00089 Faith Or Fact H M Taber 1897.pdfThe Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898 Some history of Sabbath Change   S00089b Faith or Fact p 114  Henry M. Taber .docHenry M. Taber continues: “why will not Christian people investigate and find out for themselves (which they easily can), that the keeping of Sunday as a ‘holy Sabbath day,’ is wholly without warrant.”Faith or Fact, (Preface by Robert G. Ingersoll), p. 114.The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898S00089 Faith Or Fact H M Taber 1897.pdfThe Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898 Some history of Sabbath Change   S00089b Faith or Fact p 114  Henry M. Taber .docHenry M. Taber continues: “why will not Christian people investigate and find out for themselves (which they easily can), that the keeping of Sunday as a ‘holy Sabbath day,’ is wholly without warrant.”Faith or Fact, (Preface by Robert G. Ingersoll), p. 114.The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898S00089 Faith Or Fact H M Taber 1897.pdfThe Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898 Some history of Sabbath Change   S00089b Faith or Fact p 114  Henry M. Taber .docHenry M. Taber continues: “why will not Christian people investigate and find out for themselves (which they easily can), that the keeping of Sunday as a ‘holy Sabbath day,’ is wholly without warrant.”Faith or Fact, (Preface by Robert G. Ingersoll), p. 114.The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898S00089 Faith Or Fact H M Taber 1897.pdfThe Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898 Some history of Sabbath Change   S00089b Faith or Fact p 114  Henry M. Taber .docHenry M. Taber continues: “why will not Christian people investigate and find out for themselves (which they easily can), that the keeping of Sunday as a ‘holy Sabbath day,’ is wholly without warrant.”Faith or Fact, (Preface by Robert G. Ingersoll), p. 114.The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898S00089 Faith Or Fact H M Taber 1897.pdfThe Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898 Some history of Sabbath Change   S00089b Faith or Fact p 114  Henry M. Taber .docHenry M. Taber continues: “why will not Christian people investigate and find out for themselves (which they easily can), that the keeping of Sunday as a ‘holy Sabbath day,’ is wholly without warrant.”Faith or Fact, (Preface by Robert G. Ingersoll), p. 114.The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898S00089 Faith Or Fact H M Taber 1897.pdfThe Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898 Some history of Sabbath Change   S00089b Faith or Fact p 114  Henry M. Taber .docHenry M. Taber continues: “why will not Christian people investigate and find out for themselves (which they easily can), that the keeping of Sunday as a ‘holy Sabbath day,’ is wholly without warrant.”Faith or Fact, (Preface by Robert G. Ingersoll), p. 114.The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898S00089 Faith Or Fact H M Taber 1897.pdfThe Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898 Some history of Sabbath Change   S00089b Faith or Fact p 114  Henry M. Taber .docHenry M. Taber continues: “why will not Christian people investigate and find out for themselves (which they easily can), that the keeping of Sunday as a ‘holy Sabbath day,’ is wholly without warrant.”Faith or Fact, (Preface by Robert G. Ingersoll), p. 114.The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898S00089 Faith Or Fact H M Taber 1897.pdfThe Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898 Some history of Sabbath Change   The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898S00089 Faith Or Fact H M Taber 1897.pdfThe Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898 Some history of Sabbath Change   The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898 Some history of Sabbath Change   The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change  

 

S00089b Faith or Fact p 114  Henry M. Taber .docHenry M. Taber continues: “why will not Christian people investigate and find out for themselves (which they easily can), that the keeping of Sunday as a ‘holy Sabbath day,’ is wholly without warrant.”Faith or Fact, (Preface by Robert G. Ingersoll), p. 114.The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898S00089 Faith Or Fact H M Taber 1897.pdfThe Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898 Some history of Sabbath Change   S00089b Faith or Fact p 114  Henry M. Taber .docHenry M. Taber continues: “why will not Christian people investigate and find out for themselves (which they easily can), that the keeping of Sunday as a ‘holy Sabbath day,’ is wholly without warrant.”Faith or Fact, (Preface by Robert G. Ingersoll), p. 114.The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898S00089 Faith Or Fact H M Taber 1897.pdfThe Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898 Some history of Sabbath Change   S00089b Faith or Fact p 114  Henry M. Taber .docHenry M. Taber continues: “why will not Christian people investigate and find out for themselves (which they easily can), that the keeping of Sunday as a ‘holy Sabbath day,’ is wholly without warrant.”Faith or Fact, (Preface by Robert G. Ingersoll), p. 114.The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898S00089 Faith Or Fact H M Taber 1897.pdfThe Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898 Some history of Sabbath Change   S00089b Faith or Fact p 114  Henry M. Taber .docHenry M. Taber continues: “why will not Christian people investigate and find out for themselves (which they easily can), that the keeping of Sunday as a ‘holy Sabbath day,’ is wholly without warrant.”Faith or Fact, (Preface by Robert G. Ingersoll), p. 114.The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898S00089 Faith Or Fact H M Taber 1897.pdfThe Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898 Some history of Sabbath Change   S00089b Faith or Fact p 114  Henry M. Taber .docHenry M. Taber continues: “why will not Christian people investigate and find out for themselves (which they easily can), that the keeping of Sunday as a ‘holy Sabbath day,’ is wholly without warrant.”Faith or Fact, (Preface by Robert G. Ingersoll), p. 114.The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898S00089 Faith Or Fact H M Taber 1897.pdfThe Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898 Some history of Sabbath Change   S00089b Faith or Fact p 114  Henry M. Taber .docHenry M. Taber continues: “why will not Christian people investigate and find out for themselves (which they easily can), that the keeping of Sunday as a ‘holy Sabbath day,’ is wholly without warrant.”Faith or Fact, (Preface by Robert G. Ingersoll), p. 114.The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898S00089 Faith Or Fact H M Taber 1897.pdfThe Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898 Some history of Sabbath Change   S00089b Faith or Fact p 114  Henry M. Taber .docHenry M. Taber continues: “why will not Christian people investigate and find out for themselves (which they easily can), that the keeping of Sunday as a ‘holy Sabbath day,’ is wholly without warrant.”Faith or Fact, (Preface by Robert G. Ingersoll), p. 114.The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898S00089 Faith Or Fact H M Taber 1897.pdfThe Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898 Some history of Sabbath Change   S00089b Faith or Fact p 114  Henry M. Taber .docHenry M. Taber continues: “why will not Christian people investigate and find out for themselves (which they easily can), that the keeping of Sunday as a ‘holy Sabbath day,’ is wholly without warrant.”Faith or Fact, (Preface by Robert G. Ingersoll), p. 114.The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898S00089 Faith Or Fact H M Taber 1897.pdfThe Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898 Some history of Sabbath Change   S00089b Faith or Fact p 114  Henry M. Taber .docHenry M. Taber continues: “why will not Christian people investigate and find out for themselves (which they easily can), that the keeping of Sunday as a ‘holy Sabbath day,’ is wholly without warrant.”Faith or Fact, (Preface by Robert G. Ingersoll), p. 114.The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898S00089 Faith Or Fact H M Taber 1897.pdfThe Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898 Some history of Sabbath Change   S00089b Faith or Fact p 114  Henry M. Taber .docHenry M. Taber continues: “why will not Christian people investigate and find out for themselves (which they easily can), that the keeping of Sunday as a ‘holy Sabbath day,’ is wholly without warrant.”Faith or Fact, (Preface by Robert G. Ingersoll), p. 114.The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898S00089 Faith Or Fact H M Taber 1897.pdfThe Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898 Some history of Sabbath Change   S00089b Faith or Fact p 114  Henry M. Taber .docHenry M. Taber continues: “why will not Christian people investigate and find out for themselves (which they easily can), that the keeping of Sunday as a ‘holy Sabbath day,’ is wholly without warrant.”Faith or Fact, (Preface by Robert G. Ingersoll), p. 114.The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898S00089 Faith Or Fact H M Taber 1897.pdfThe Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898 Some history of Sabbath Change   S00089b Faith or Fact p 114  Henry M. Taber .docHenry M. Taber continues: “why will not Christian people investigate and find out for themselves (which they easily can), that the keeping of Sunday as a ‘holy Sabbath day,’ is wholly without warrant.”Faith or Fact, (Preface by Robert G. Ingersoll), p. 114.The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898S00089 Faith Or Fact H M Taber 1897.pdfThe Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898 Some history of Sabbath Change   S00089b Faith or Fact p 114  Henry M. Taber .docHenry M. Taber continues: “why will not Christian people investigate and find out for themselves (which they easily can), that the keeping of Sunday as a ‘holy Sabbath day,’ is wholly without warrant.”Faith or Fact, (Preface by Robert G. Ingersoll), p. 114.The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898S00089 Faith Or Fact H M Taber 1897.pdfThe Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898 Some history of Sabbath Change   S00089b Faith or Fact p 114  Henry M. Taber .docHenry M. Taber continues: “why will not Christian people investigate and find out for themselves (which they easily can), that the keeping of Sunday as a ‘holy Sabbath day,’ is wholly without warrant.”Faith or Fact, (Preface by Robert G. Ingersoll), p. 114.The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898S00089 Faith Or Fact H M Taber 1897.pdfThe Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898 Some history of Sabbath Change   S00089b Faith or Fact p 114  Henry M. Taber .docHenry M. Taber continues: “why will not Christian people investigate and find out for themselves (which they easily can), that the keeping of Sunday as a ‘holy Sabbath day,’ is wholly without warrant.”Faith or Fact, (Preface by Robert G. Ingersoll), p. 114.The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898S00089 Faith Or Fact H M Taber 1897.pdfThe Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898 Some history of Sabbath Change   S00089b Faith or Fact p 114  Henry M. Taber .docHenry M. Taber continues: “why will not Christian people investigate and find out for themselves (which they easily can), that the keeping of Sunday as a ‘holy Sabbath day,’ is wholly without warrant.”Faith or Fact, (Preface by Robert G. Ingersoll), p. 114.The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898S00089 Faith Or Fact H M Taber 1897.pdfThe Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898 Some history of Sabbath Change   S00089b Faith or Fact p 114  Henry M. Taber .docHenry M. Taber continues: “why will not Christian people investigate and find out for themselves (which they easily can), that the keeping of Sunday as a ‘holy Sabbath day,’ is wholly without warrant.”Faith or Fact, (Preface by Robert G. Ingersoll), p. 114.The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898S00089 Faith Or Fact H M Taber 1897.pdfThe Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898 Some history of Sabbath Change   S00089b Faith or Fact p 114  Henry M. Taber .docHenry M. Taber continues: “why will not Christian people investigate and find out for themselves (which they easily can), that the keeping of Sunday as a ‘holy Sabbath day,’ is wholly without warrant.”Faith or Fact, (Preface by Robert G. Ingersoll), p. 114.The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898S00089 Faith Or Fact H M Taber 1897.pdfThe Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898 Some history of Sabbath Change   S00089b Faith or Fact p 114  Henry M. Taber .docHenry M. Taber continues: “why will not Christian people investigate and find out for themselves (which they easily can), that the keeping of Sunday as a ‘holy Sabbath day,’ is wholly without warrant.”Faith or Fact, (Preface by Robert G. Ingersoll), p. 114.The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898S00089 Faith Or Fact H M Taber 1897.pdfThe Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898 Some history of Sabbath Change   S00089b Faith or Fact p 114  Henry M. Taber .docHenry M. Taber continues: “why will not Christian people investigate and find out for themselves (which they easily can), that the keeping of Sunday as a ‘holy Sabbath day,’ is wholly without warrant.”Faith or Fact, (Preface by Robert G. Ingersoll), p. 114.The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898S00089 Faith Or Fact H M Taber 1897.pdfThe Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898 Some history of Sabbath Change   S00089b Faith or Fact p 114  Henry M. Taber .docHenry M. Taber continues: “why will not Christian people investigate and find out for themselves (which they easily can), that the keeping of Sunday as a ‘holy Sabbath day,’ is wholly without warrant.”Faith or Fact, (Preface by Robert G. Ingersoll), p. 114.The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898S00089 Faith Or Fact H M Taber 1897.pdfThe Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898 Some history of Sabbath Change   S00089b Faith or Fact p 114  Henry M. Taber .docHenry M. Taber continues: “why will not Christian people investigate and find out for themselves (which they easily can), that the keeping of Sunday as a ‘holy Sabbath day,’ is wholly without warrant.”Faith or Fact, (Preface by Robert G. Ingersoll), p. 114.The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898S00089 Faith Or Fact H M Taber 1897.pdfThe Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898 Some history of Sabbath Change   S00089b Faith or Fact p 114  Henry M. Taber .docHenry M. Taber continues: “why will not Christian people investigate and find out for themselves (which they easily can), that the keeping of Sunday as a ‘holy Sabbath day,’ is wholly without warrant.”Faith or Fact, (Preface by Robert G. Ingersoll), p. 114.The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898S00089 Faith Or Fact H M Taber 1897.pdfThe Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898 Some history of Sabbath Change   S00089b Faith or Fact p 114  Henry M. Taber .docHenry M. Taber continues: “why will not Christian people investigate and find out for themselves (which they easily can), that the keeping of Sunday as a ‘holy Sabbath day,’ is wholly without warrant.”Faith or Fact, (Preface by Robert G. Ingersoll), p. 114.The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898S00089 Faith Or Fact H M Taber 1897.pdfThe Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898 Some history of Sabbath Change   S00089b Faith or Fact p 114  Henry M. Taber .docHenry M. Taber continues: “why will not Christian people investigate and find out for themselves (which they easily can), that the keeping of Sunday as a ‘holy Sabbath day,’ is wholly without warrant.”Faith or Fact, (Preface by Robert G. Ingersoll), p. 114.The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898S00089 Faith Or Fact H M Taber 1897.pdfThe Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898 Some history of Sabbath Change   S00089b Faith or Fact p 114  Henry M. Taber .docHenry M. Taber continues: “why will not Christian people investigate and find out for themselves (which they easily can), that the keeping of Sunday as a ‘holy Sabbath day,’ is wholly without warrant.”Faith or Fact, (Preface by Robert G. Ingersoll), p. 114.The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898S00089 Faith Or Fact H M Taber 1897.pdfThe Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898 Some history of Sabbath Change   The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898S00089 Faith Or Fact H M Taber 1897.pdfThe Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898 Some history of Sabbath Change   The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898 Some history of Sabbath Change   The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change  

 

S00089b Faith or Fact p 114  Henry M. Taber .docHenry M. Taber continues: “why will not Christian people investigate and find out for themselves (which they easily can), that the keeping of Sunday as a ‘holy Sabbath day,’ is wholly without warrant.”Faith or Fact, (Preface by Robert G. Ingersoll), p. 114.The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898S00089 Faith Or Fact H M Taber 1897.pdfThe Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898 Some history of Sabbath Change   S00089b Faith or Fact p 114  Henry M. Taber .docHenry M. Taber continues: “why will not Christian people investigate and find out for themselves (which they easily can), that the keeping of Sunday as a ‘holy Sabbath day,’ is wholly without warrant.”Faith or Fact, (Preface by Robert G. Ingersoll), p. 114.The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898S00089 Faith Or Fact H M Taber 1897.pdfThe Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898 Some history of Sabbath Change   S00089b Faith or Fact p 114  Henry M. Taber .docHenry M. Taber continues: “why will not Christian people investigate and find out for themselves (which they easily can), that the keeping of Sunday as a ‘holy Sabbath day,’ is wholly without warrant.”Faith or Fact, (Preface by Robert G. Ingersoll), p. 114.The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898S00089 Faith Or Fact H M Taber 1897.pdfThe Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898 Some history of Sabbath Change   S00089b Faith or Fact p 114  Henry M. Taber .docHenry M. Taber continues: “why will not Christian people investigate and find out for themselves (which they easily can), that the keeping of Sunday as a ‘holy Sabbath day,’ is wholly without warrant.”Faith or Fact, (Preface by Robert G. Ingersoll), p. 114.The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898S00089 Faith Or Fact H M Taber 1897.pdfThe Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898 Some history of Sabbath Change   S00089b Faith or Fact p 114  Henry M. Taber .docHenry M. Taber continues: “why will not Christian people investigate and find out for themselves (which they easily can), that the keeping of Sunday as a ‘holy Sabbath day,’ is wholly without warrant.”Faith or Fact, (Preface by Robert G. Ingersoll), p. 114.The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898S00089 Faith Or Fact H M Taber 1897.pdfThe Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898 Some history of Sabbath Change   S00089b Faith or Fact p 114  Henry M. Taber .docHenry M. Taber continues: “why will not Christian people investigate and find out for themselves (which they easily can), that the keeping of Sunday as a ‘holy Sabbath day,’ is wholly without warrant.”Faith or Fact, (Preface by Robert G. Ingersoll), p. 114.The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898S00089 Faith Or Fact H M Taber 1897.pdfThe Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898 Some history of Sabbath Change   S00089b Faith or Fact p 114  Henry M. Taber .docHenry M. Taber continues: “why will not Christian people investigate and find out for themselves (which they easily can), that the keeping of Sunday as a ‘holy Sabbath day,’ is wholly without warrant.”Faith or Fact, (Preface by Robert G. Ingersoll), p. 114.The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898S00089 Faith Or Fact H M Taber 1897.pdfThe Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898 Some history of Sabbath Change   S00089b Faith or Fact p 114  Henry M. Taber .docHenry M. Taber continues: “why will not Christian people investigate and find out for themselves (which they easily can), that the keeping of Sunday as a ‘holy Sabbath day,’ is wholly without warrant.”Faith or Fact, (Preface by Robert G. Ingersoll), p. 114.The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898S00089 Faith Or Fact H M Taber 1897.pdfThe Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898 Some history of Sabbath Change   S00089b Faith or Fact p 114  Henry M. Taber .docHenry M. Taber continues: “why will not Christian people investigate and find out for themselves (which they easily can), that the keeping of Sunday as a ‘holy Sabbath day,’ is wholly without warrant.”Faith or Fact, (Preface by Robert G. Ingersoll), p. 114.The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898S00089 Faith Or Fact H M Taber 1897.pdfThe Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898 Some history of Sabbath Change   S00089b Faith or Fact p 114  Henry M. Taber .docHenry M. Taber continues: “why will not Christian people investigate and find out for themselves (which they easily can), that the keeping of Sunday as a ‘holy Sabbath day,’ is wholly without warrant.”Faith or Fact, (Preface by Robert G. Ingersoll), p. 114.The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898S00089 Faith Or Fact H M Taber 1897.pdfThe Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898 Some history of Sabbath Change   S00089b Faith or Fact p 114  Henry M. Taber .docHenry M. Taber continues: “why will not Christian people investigate and find out for themselves (which they easily can), that the keeping of Sunday as a ‘holy Sabbath day,’ is wholly without warrant.”Faith or Fact, (Preface by Robert G. Ingersoll), p. 114.The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898S00089 Faith Or Fact H M Taber 1897.pdfThe Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898 Some history of Sabbath Change   S00089b Faith or Fact p 114  Henry M. Taber .docHenry M. Taber continues: “why will not Christian people investigate and find out for themselves (which they easily can), that the keeping of Sunday as a ‘holy Sabbath day,’ is wholly without warrant.”Faith or Fact, (Preface by Robert G. Ingersoll), p. 114.The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898S00089 Faith Or Fact H M Taber 1897.pdfThe Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898 Some history of Sabbath Change   S00089b Faith or Fact p 114  Henry M. Taber .docHenry M. Taber continues: “why will not Christian people investigate and find out for themselves (which they easily can), that the keeping of Sunday as a ‘holy Sabbath day,’ is wholly without warrant.”Faith or Fact, (Preface by Robert G. Ingersoll), p. 114.The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898S00089 Faith Or Fact H M Taber 1897.pdfThe Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898 Some history of Sabbath Change   S00089b Faith or Fact p 114  Henry M. Taber .docHenry M. Taber continues: “why will not Christian people investigate and find out for themselves (which they easily can), that the keeping of Sunday as a ‘holy Sabbath day,’ is wholly without warrant.”Faith or Fact, (Preface by Robert G. Ingersoll), p. 114.The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898S00089 Faith Or Fact H M Taber 1897.pdfThe Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898 Some history of Sabbath Change   S00089b Faith or Fact p 114  Henry M. Taber .docHenry M. Taber continues: “why will not Christian people investigate and find out for themselves (which they easily can), that the keeping of Sunday as a ‘holy Sabbath day,’ is wholly without warrant.”Faith or Fact, (Preface by Robert G. Ingersoll), p. 114.The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898S00089 Faith Or Fact H M Taber 1897.pdfThe Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898 Some history of Sabbath Change   S00089b Faith or Fact p 114  Henry M. Taber .docHenry M. Taber continues: “why will not Christian people investigate and find out for themselves (which they easily can), that the keeping of Sunday as a ‘holy Sabbath day,’ is wholly without warrant.”Faith or Fact, (Preface by Robert G. Ingersoll), p. 114.The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898S00089 Faith Or Fact H M Taber 1897.pdfThe Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898 Some history of Sabbath Change   S00089b Faith or Fact p 114  Henry M. Taber .docHenry M. Taber continues: “why will not Christian people investigate and find out for themselves (which they easily can), that the keeping of Sunday as a ‘holy Sabbath day,’ is wholly without warrant.”Faith or Fact, (Preface by Robert G. Ingersoll), p. 114.The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898S00089 Faith Or Fact H M Taber 1897.pdfThe Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898 Some history of Sabbath Change   S00089b Faith or Fact p 114  Henry M. Taber .docHenry M. Taber continues: “why will not Christian people investigate and find out for themselves (which they easily can), that the keeping of Sunday as a ‘holy Sabbath day,’ is wholly without warrant.”Faith or Fact, (Preface by Robert G. Ingersoll), p. 114.The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898S00089 Faith Or Fact H M Taber 1897.pdfThe Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898 Some history of Sabbath Change   S00089b Faith or Fact p 114  Henry M. Taber .docHenry M. Taber continues: “why will not Christian people investigate and find out for themselves (which they easily can), that the keeping of Sunday as a ‘holy Sabbath day,’ is wholly without warrant.”Faith or Fact, (Preface by Robert G. Ingersoll), p. 114.The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898S00089 Faith Or Fact H M Taber 1897.pdfThe Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898 Some history of Sabbath Change   S00089b Faith or Fact p 114  Henry M. Taber .docHenry M. Taber continues: “why will not Christian people investigate and find out for themselves (which they easily can), that the keeping of Sunday as a ‘holy Sabbath day,’ is wholly without warrant.”Faith or Fact, (Preface by Robert G. Ingersoll), p. 114.The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898S00089 Faith Or Fact H M Taber 1897.pdfThe Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898 Some history of Sabbath Change   S00089b Faith or Fact p 114  Henry M. Taber .docHenry M. Taber continues: “why will not Christian people investigate and find out for themselves (which they easily can), that the keeping of Sunday as a ‘holy Sabbath day,’ is wholly without warrant.”Faith or Fact, (Preface by Robert G. Ingersoll), p. 114.The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898S00089 Faith Or Fact H M Taber 1897.pdfThe Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898 Some history of Sabbath Change   S00089b Faith or Fact p 114  Henry M. Taber .docHenry M. Taber continues: “why will not Christian people investigate and find out for themselves (which they easily can), that the keeping of Sunday as a ‘holy Sabbath day,’ is wholly without warrant.”Faith or Fact, (Preface by Robert G. Ingersoll), p. 114.The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898S00089 Faith Or Fact H M Taber 1897.pdfThe Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898 Some history of Sabbath Change   S00089b Faith or Fact p 114  Henry M. Taber .docHenry M. Taber continues: “why will not Christian people investigate and find out for themselves (which they easily can), that the keeping of Sunday as a ‘holy Sabbath day,’ is wholly without warrant.”Faith or Fact, (Preface by Robert G. Ingersoll), p. 114.The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898S00089 Faith Or Fact H M Taber 1897.pdfThe Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898 Some history of Sabbath Change   S00089b Faith or Fact p 114  Henry M. Taber .docHenry M. Taber continues: “why will not Christian people investigate and find out for themselves (which they easily can), that the keeping of Sunday as a ‘holy Sabbath day,’ is wholly without warrant.”Faith or Fact, (Preface by Robert G. Ingersoll), p. 114.The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898S00089 Faith Or Fact H M Taber 1897.pdfThe Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898 Some history of Sabbath Change   S00089b Faith or Fact p 114  Henry M. Taber .docHenry M. Taber continues: “why will not Christian people investigate and find out for themselves (which they easily can), that the keeping of Sunday as a ‘holy Sabbath day,’ is wholly without warrant.”Faith or Fact, (Preface by Robert G. Ingersoll), p. 114.The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898S00089 Faith Or Fact H M Taber 1897.pdfThe Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898 Some history of Sabbath Change   The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898S00089 Faith Or Fact H M Taber 1897.pdfThe Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898 Some history of Sabbath Change   The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898 Some history of Sabbath Change   The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change  

 

S00089b Faith or Fact p 114  Henry M. Taber .docHenry M. Taber continues: “why will not Christian people investigate and find out for themselves (which they easily can), that the keeping of Sunday as a ‘holy Sabbath day,’ is wholly without warrant.”Faith or Fact, (Preface by Robert G. Ingersoll), p. 114.The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898S00089 Faith Or Fact H M Taber 1897.pdfThe Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898 Some history of Sabbath Change   S00089b Faith or Fact p 114  Henry M. Taber .docHenry M. Taber continues: “why will not Christian people investigate and find out for themselves (which they easily can), that the keeping of Sunday as a ‘holy Sabbath day,’ is wholly without warrant.”Faith or Fact, (Preface by Robert G. Ingersoll), p. 114.The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898S00089 Faith Or Fact H M Taber 1897.pdfThe Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898 Some history of Sabbath Change   S00089b Faith or Fact p 114  Henry M. Taber .docHenry M. Taber continues: “why will not Christian people investigate and find out for themselves (which they easily can), that the keeping of Sunday as a ‘holy Sabbath day,’ is wholly without warrant.”Faith or Fact, (Preface by Robert G. Ingersoll), p. 114.The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898S00089 Faith Or Fact H M Taber 1897.pdfThe Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898 Some history of Sabbath Change   S00089b Faith or Fact p 114  Henry M. Taber .docHenry M. Taber continues: “why will not Christian people investigate and find out for themselves (which they easily can), that the keeping of Sunday as a ‘holy Sabbath day,’ is wholly without warrant.”Faith or Fact, (Preface by Robert G. Ingersoll), p. 114.The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898S00089 Faith Or Fact H M Taber 1897.pdfThe Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898 Some history of Sabbath Change   S00089b Faith or Fact p 114  Henry M. Taber .docHenry M. Taber continues: “why will not Christian people investigate and find out for themselves (which they easily can), that the keeping of Sunday as a ‘holy Sabbath day,’ is wholly without warrant.”Faith or Fact, (Preface by Robert G. Ingersoll), p. 114.The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898S00089 Faith Or Fact H M Taber 1897.pdfThe Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898 Some history of Sabbath Change   S00089b Faith or Fact p 114  Henry M. Taber .docHenry M. Taber continues: “why will not Christian people investigate and find out for themselves (which they easily can), that the keeping of Sunday as a ‘holy Sabbath day,’ is wholly without warrant.”Faith or Fact, (Preface by Robert G. Ingersoll), p. 114.The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898S00089 Faith Or Fact H M Taber 1897.pdfThe Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898 Some history of Sabbath Change   S00089b Faith or Fact p 114  Henry M. Taber .docHenry M. Taber continues: “why will not Christian people investigate and find out for themselves (which they easily can), that the keeping of Sunday as a ‘holy Sabbath day,’ is wholly without warrant.”Faith or Fact, (Preface by Robert G. Ingersoll), p. 114.The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898S00089 Faith Or Fact H M Taber 1897.pdfThe Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898 Some history of Sabbath Change   S00089b Faith or Fact p 114  Henry M. Taber .docHenry M. Taber continues: “why will not Christian people investigate and find out for themselves (which they easily can), that the keeping of Sunday as a ‘holy Sabbath day,’ is wholly without warrant.”Faith or Fact, (Preface by Robert G. Ingersoll), p. 114.The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898S00089 Faith Or Fact H M Taber 1897.pdfThe Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898 Some history of Sabbath Change   S00089b Faith or Fact p 114  Henry M. Taber .docHenry M. Taber continues: “why will not Christian people investigate and find out for themselves (which they easily can), that the keeping of Sunday as a ‘holy Sabbath day,’ is wholly without warrant.”Faith or Fact, (Preface by Robert G. Ingersoll), p. 114.The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898S00089 Faith Or Fact H M Taber 1897.pdfThe Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898 Some history of Sabbath Change   S00089b Faith or Fact p 114  Henry M. Taber .docHenry M. Taber continues: “why will not Christian people investigate and find out for themselves (which they easily can), that the keeping of Sunday as a ‘holy Sabbath day,’ is wholly without warrant.”Faith or Fact, (Preface by Robert G. Ingersoll), p. 114.The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898S00089 Faith Or Fact H M Taber 1897.pdfThe Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898 Some history of Sabbath Change   S00089b Faith or Fact p 114  Henry M. Taber .docHenry M. Taber continues: “why will not Christian people investigate and find out for themselves (which they easily can), that the keeping of Sunday as a ‘holy Sabbath day,’ is wholly without warrant.”Faith or Fact, (Preface by Robert G. Ingersoll), p. 114.The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898S00089 Faith Or Fact H M Taber 1897.pdfThe Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898 Some history of Sabbath Change   S00089b Faith or Fact p 114  Henry M. Taber .docHenry M. Taber continues: “why will not Christian people investigate and find out for themselves (which they easily can), that the keeping of Sunday as a ‘holy Sabbath day,’ is wholly without warrant.”Faith or Fact, (Preface by Robert G. Ingersoll), p. 114.The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898S00089 Faith Or Fact H M Taber 1897.pdfThe Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898 Some history of Sabbath Change   S00089b Faith or Fact p 114  Henry M. Taber .docHenry M. Taber continues: “why will not Christian people investigate and find out for themselves (which they easily can), that the keeping of Sunday as a ‘holy Sabbath day,’ is wholly without warrant.”Faith or Fact, (Preface by Robert G. Ingersoll), p. 114.The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898S00089 Faith Or Fact H M Taber 1897.pdfThe Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898 Some history of Sabbath Change   S00089b Faith or Fact p 114  Henry M. Taber .docHenry M. Taber continues: “why will not Christian people investigate and find out for themselves (which they easily can), that the keeping of Sunday as a ‘holy Sabbath day,’ is wholly without warrant.”Faith or Fact, (Preface by Robert G. Ingersoll), p. 114.The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898S00089 Faith Or Fact H M Taber 1897.pdfThe Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898 Some history of Sabbath Change   S00089b Faith or Fact p 114  Henry M. Taber .docHenry M. Taber continues: “why will not Christian people investigate and find out for themselves (which they easily can), that the keeping of Sunday as a ‘holy Sabbath day,’ is wholly without warrant.”Faith or Fact, (Preface by Robert G. Ingersoll), p. 114.The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898S00089 Faith Or Fact H M Taber 1897.pdfThe Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898 Some history of Sabbath Change   S00089b Faith or Fact p 114  Henry M. Taber .docHenry M. Taber continues: “why will not Christian people investigate and find out for themselves (which they easily can), that the keeping of Sunday as a ‘holy Sabbath day,’ is wholly without warrant.”Faith or Fact, (Preface by Robert G. Ingersoll), p. 114.The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898S00089 Faith Or Fact H M Taber 1897.pdfThe Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898 Some history of Sabbath Change   S00089b Faith or Fact p 114  Henry M. Taber .docHenry M. Taber continues: “why will not Christian people investigate and find out for themselves (which they easily can), that the keeping of Sunday as a ‘holy Sabbath day,’ is wholly without warrant.”Faith or Fact, (Preface by Robert G. Ingersoll), p. 114.The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898S00089 Faith Or Fact H M Taber 1897.pdfThe Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898 Some history of Sabbath Change   S00089b Faith or Fact p 114  Henry M. Taber .docHenry M. Taber continues: “why will not Christian people investigate and find out for themselves (which they easily can), that the keeping of Sunday as a ‘holy Sabbath day,’ is wholly without warrant.”Faith or Fact, (Preface by Robert G. Ingersoll), p. 114.The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898S00089 Faith Or Fact H M Taber 1897.pdfThe Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898 Some history of Sabbath Change   S00089b Faith or Fact p 114  Henry M. Taber .docHenry M. Taber continues: “why will not Christian people investigate and find out for themselves (which they easily can), that the keeping of Sunday as a ‘holy Sabbath day,’ is wholly without warrant.”Faith or Fact, (Preface by Robert G. Ingersoll), p. 114.The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898S00089 Faith Or Fact H M Taber 1897.pdfThe Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898 Some history of Sabbath Change   S00089b Faith or Fact p 114  Henry M. Taber .docHenry M. Taber continues: “why will not Christian people investigate and find out for themselves (which they easily can), that the keeping of Sunday as a ‘holy Sabbath day,’ is wholly without warrant.”Faith or Fact, (Preface by Robert G. Ingersoll), p. 114.The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898S00089 Faith Or Fact H M Taber 1897.pdfThe Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898 Some history of Sabbath Change   S00089b Faith or Fact p 114  Henry M. Taber .docHenry M. Taber continues: “why will not Christian people investigate and find out for themselves (which they easily can), that the keeping of Sunday as a ‘holy Sabbath day,’ is wholly without warrant.”Faith or Fact, (Preface by Robert G. Ingersoll), p. 114.The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898S00089 Faith Or Fact H M Taber 1897.pdfThe Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898 Some history of Sabbath Change   S00089b Faith or Fact p 114  Henry M. Taber .docHenry M. Taber continues: “why will not Christian people investigate and find out for themselves (which they easily can), that the keeping of Sunday as a ‘holy Sabbath day,’ is wholly without warrant.”Faith or Fact, (Preface by Robert G. Ingersoll), p. 114.The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898S00089 Faith Or Fact H M Taber 1897.pdfThe Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898 Some history of Sabbath Change   S00089b Faith or Fact p 114  Henry M. Taber .docHenry M. Taber continues: “why will not Christian people investigate and find out for themselves (which they easily can), that the keeping of Sunday as a ‘holy Sabbath day,’ is wholly without warrant.”Faith or Fact, (Preface by Robert G. Ingersoll), p. 114.The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898S00089 Faith Or Fact H M Taber 1897.pdfThe Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898 Some history of Sabbath Change   S00089b Faith or Fact p 114  Henry M. Taber .docHenry M. Taber continues: “why will not Christian people investigate and find out for themselves (which they easily can), that the keeping of Sunday as a ‘holy Sabbath day,’ is wholly without warrant.”Faith or Fact, (Preface by Robert G. Ingersoll), p. 114.The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898S00089 Faith Or Fact H M Taber 1897.pdfThe Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898 Some history of Sabbath Change   The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898S00089 Faith Or Fact H M Taber 1897.pdfThe Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898 Some history of Sabbath Change   The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898 Some history of Sabbath Change   The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change  

 

S00089b Faith or Fact p 114  Henry M. Taber .docHenry M. Taber continues: “why will not Christian people investigate and find out for themselves (which they easily can), that the keeping of Sunday as a ‘holy Sabbath day,’ is wholly without warrant.”Faith or Fact, (Preface by Robert G. Ingersoll), p. 114.The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898S00089 Faith Or Fact H M Taber 1897.pdfThe Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898 Some history of Sabbath Change   S00089b Faith or Fact p 114  Henry M. Taber .docHenry M. Taber continues: “why will not Christian people investigate and find out for themselves (which they easily can), that the keeping of Sunday as a ‘holy Sabbath day,’ is wholly without warrant.”Faith or Fact, (Preface by Robert G. Ingersoll), p. 114.The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898S00089 Faith Or Fact H M Taber 1897.pdfThe Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898 Some history of Sabbath Change   S00089b Faith or Fact p 114  Henry M. Taber .docHenry M. Taber continues: “why will not Christian people investigate and find out for themselves (which they easily can), that the keeping of Sunday as a ‘holy Sabbath day,’ is wholly without warrant.”Faith or Fact, (Preface by Robert G. Ingersoll), p. 114.The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898S00089 Faith Or Fact H M Taber 1897.pdfThe Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898 Some history of Sabbath Change   S00089b Faith or Fact p 114  Henry M. Taber .docHenry M. Taber continues: “why will not Christian people investigate and find out for themselves (which they easily can), that the keeping of Sunday as a ‘holy Sabbath day,’ is wholly without warrant.”Faith or Fact, (Preface by Robert G. Ingersoll), p. 114.The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898S00089 Faith Or Fact H M Taber 1897.pdfThe Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898 Some history of Sabbath Change   S00089b Faith or Fact p 114  Henry M. Taber .docHenry M. Taber continues: “why will not Christian people investigate and find out for themselves (which they easily can), that the keeping of Sunday as a ‘holy Sabbath day,’ is wholly without warrant.”Faith or Fact, (Preface by Robert G. Ingersoll), p. 114.The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898S00089 Faith Or Fact H M Taber 1897.pdfThe Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898 Some history of Sabbath Change   S00089b Faith or Fact p 114  Henry M. Taber .docHenry M. Taber continues: “why will not Christian people investigate and find out for themselves (which they easily can), that the keeping of Sunday as a ‘holy Sabbath day,’ is wholly without warrant.”Faith or Fact, (Preface by Robert G. Ingersoll), p. 114.The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898S00089 Faith Or Fact H M Taber 1897.pdfThe Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898 Some history of Sabbath Change   S00089b Faith or Fact p 114  Henry M. Taber .docHenry M. Taber continues: “why will not Christian people investigate and find out for themselves (which they easily can), that the keeping of Sunday as a ‘holy Sabbath day,’ is wholly without warrant.”Faith or Fact, (Preface by Robert G. Ingersoll), p. 114.The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898S00089 Faith Or Fact H M Taber 1897.pdfThe Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898 Some history of Sabbath Change   S00089b Faith or Fact p 114  Henry M. Taber .docHenry M. Taber continues: “why will not Christian people investigate and find out for themselves (which they easily can), that the keeping of Sunday as a ‘holy Sabbath day,’ is wholly without warrant.”Faith or Fact, (Preface by Robert G. Ingersoll), p. 114.The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898S00089 Faith Or Fact H M Taber 1897.pdfThe Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898 Some history of Sabbath Change   S00089b Faith or Fact p 114  Henry M. Taber .docHenry M. Taber continues: “why will not Christian people investigate and find out for themselves (which they easily can), that the keeping of Sunday as a ‘holy Sabbath day,’ is wholly without warrant.”Faith or Fact, (Preface by Robert G. Ingersoll), p. 114.The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898S00089 Faith Or Fact H M Taber 1897.pdfThe Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898 Some history of Sabbath Change   S00089b Faith or Fact p 114  Henry M. Taber .docHenry M. Taber continues: “why will not Christian people investigate and find out for themselves (which they easily can), that the keeping of Sunday as a ‘holy Sabbath day,’ is wholly without warrant.”Faith or Fact, (Preface by Robert G. Ingersoll), p. 114.The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898S00089 Faith Or Fact H M Taber 1897.pdfThe Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898 Some history of Sabbath Change   S00089b Faith or Fact p 114  Henry M. Taber .docHenry M. Taber continues: “why will not Christian people investigate and find out for themselves (which they easily can), that the keeping of Sunday as a ‘holy Sabbath day,’ is wholly without warrant.”Faith or Fact, (Preface by Robert G. Ingersoll), p. 114.The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898S00089 Faith Or Fact H M Taber 1897.pdfThe Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898 Some history of Sabbath Change   S00089b Faith or Fact p 114  Henry M. Taber .docHenry M. Taber continues: “why will not Christian people investigate and find out for themselves (which they easily can), that the keeping of Sunday as a ‘holy Sabbath day,’ is wholly without warrant.”Faith or Fact, (Preface by Robert G. Ingersoll), p. 114.The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898S00089 Faith Or Fact H M Taber 1897.pdfThe Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898 Some history of Sabbath Change   S00089b Faith or Fact p 114  Henry M. Taber .docHenry M. Taber continues: “why will not Christian people investigate and find out for themselves (which they easily can), that the keeping of Sunday as a ‘holy Sabbath day,’ is wholly without warrant.”Faith or Fact, (Preface by Robert G. Ingersoll), p. 114.The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898S00089 Faith Or Fact H M Taber 1897.pdfThe Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898 Some history of Sabbath Change   S00089b Faith or Fact p 114  Henry M. Taber .docHenry M. Taber continues: “why will not Christian people investigate and find out for themselves (which they easily can), that the keeping of Sunday as a ‘holy Sabbath day,’ is wholly without warrant.”Faith or Fact, (Preface by Robert G. Ingersoll), p. 114.The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898S00089 Faith Or Fact H M Taber 1897.pdfThe Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898 Some history of Sabbath Change   S00089b Faith or Fact p 114  Henry M. Taber .docHenry M. Taber continues: “why will not Christian people investigate and find out for themselves (which they easily can), that the keeping of Sunday as a ‘holy Sabbath day,’ is wholly without warrant.”Faith or Fact, (Preface by Robert G. Ingersoll), p. 114.The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898S00089 Faith Or Fact H M Taber 1897.pdfThe Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898 Some history of Sabbath Change   S00089b Faith or Fact p 114  Henry M. Taber .docHenry M. Taber continues: “why will not Christian people investigate and find out for themselves (which they easily can), that the keeping of Sunday as a ‘holy Sabbath day,’ is wholly without warrant.”Faith or Fact, (Preface by Robert G. Ingersoll), p. 114.The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898S00089 Faith Or Fact H M Taber 1897.pdfThe Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898 Some history of Sabbath Change   S00089b Faith or Fact p 114  Henry M. Taber .docHenry M. Taber continues: “why will not Christian people investigate and find out for themselves (which they easily can), that the keeping of Sunday as a ‘holy Sabbath day,’ is wholly without warrant.”Faith or Fact, (Preface by Robert G. Ingersoll), p. 114.The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898S00089 Faith Or Fact H M Taber 1897.pdfThe Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898 Some history of Sabbath Change   S00089b Faith or Fact p 114  Henry M. Taber .docHenry M. Taber continues: “why will not Christian people investigate and find out for themselves (which they easily can), that the keeping of Sunday as a ‘holy Sabbath day,’ is wholly without warrant.”Faith or Fact, (Preface by Robert G. Ingersoll), p. 114.The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898S00089 Faith Or Fact H M Taber 1897.pdfThe Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898 Some history of Sabbath Change   S00089b Faith or Fact p 114  Henry M. Taber .docHenry M. Taber continues: “why will not Christian people investigate and find out for themselves (which they easily can), that the keeping of Sunday as a ‘holy Sabbath day,’ is wholly without warrant.”Faith or Fact, (Preface by Robert G. Ingersoll), p. 114.The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898S00089 Faith Or Fact H M Taber 1897.pdfThe Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898 Some history of Sabbath Change   S00089b Faith or Fact p 114  Henry M. Taber .docHenry M. Taber continues: “why will not Christian people investigate and find out for themselves (which they easily can), that the keeping of Sunday as a ‘holy Sabbath day,’ is wholly without warrant.”Faith or Fact, (Preface by Robert G. Ingersoll), p. 114.The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898S00089 Faith Or Fact H M Taber 1897.pdfThe Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898 Some history of Sabbath Change   S00089b Faith or Fact p 114  Henry M. Taber .docHenry M. Taber continues: “why will not Christian people investigate and find out for themselves (which they easily can), that the keeping of Sunday as a ‘holy Sabbath day,’ is wholly without warrant.”Faith or Fact, (Preface by Robert G. Ingersoll), p. 114.The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898S00089 Faith Or Fact H M Taber 1897.pdfThe Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898 Some history of Sabbath Change   S00089b Faith or Fact p 114  Henry M. Taber .docHenry M. Taber continues: “why will not Christian people investigate and find out for themselves (which they easily can), that the keeping of Sunday as a ‘holy Sabbath day,’ is wholly without warrant.”Faith or Fact, (Preface by Robert G. Ingersoll), p. 114.The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898S00089 Faith Or Fact H M Taber 1897.pdfThe Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898 Some history of Sabbath Change   S00089b Faith or Fact p 114  Henry M. Taber .docHenry M. Taber continues: “why will not Christian people investigate and find out for themselves (which they easily can), that the keeping of Sunday as a ‘holy Sabbath day,’ is wholly without warrant.”Faith or Fact, (Preface by Robert G. Ingersoll), p. 114.The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898S00089 Faith Or Fact H M Taber 1897.pdfThe Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898 Some history of Sabbath Change   The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898S00089 Faith Or Fact H M Taber 1897.pdfThe Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898 Some history of Sabbath Change   The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898 Some history of Sabbath Change   The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change  

 

S00089b Faith or Fact p 114  Henry M. Taber .docHenry M. Taber continues: “why will not Christian people investigate and find out for themselves (which they easily can), that the keeping of Sunday as a ‘holy Sabbath day,’ is wholly without warrant.”Faith or Fact, (Preface by Robert G. Ingersoll), p. 114.The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898S00089 Faith Or Fact H M Taber 1897.pdfThe Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898 Some history of Sabbath Change   S00089b Faith or Fact p 114  Henry M. Taber .docHenry M. Taber continues: “why will not Christian people investigate and find out for themselves (which they easily can), that the keeping of Sunday as a ‘holy Sabbath day,’ is wholly without warrant.”Faith or Fact, (Preface by Robert G. Ingersoll), p. 114.The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898S00089 Faith Or Fact H M Taber 1897.pdfThe Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898 Some history of Sabbath Change   S00089b Faith or Fact p 114  Henry M. Taber .docHenry M. Taber continues: “why will not Christian people investigate and find out for themselves (which they easily can), that the keeping of Sunday as a ‘holy Sabbath day,’ is wholly without warrant.”Faith or Fact, (Preface by Robert G. Ingersoll), p. 114.The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898S00089 Faith Or Fact H M Taber 1897.pdfThe Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898 Some history of Sabbath Change   S00089b Faith or Fact p 114  Henry M. Taber .docHenry M. Taber continues: “why will not Christian people investigate and find out for themselves (which they easily can), that the keeping of Sunday as a ‘holy Sabbath day,’ is wholly without warrant.”Faith or Fact, (Preface by Robert G. Ingersoll), p. 114.The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898S00089 Faith Or Fact H M Taber 1897.pdfThe Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898 Some history of Sabbath Change   S00089b Faith or Fact p 114  Henry M. Taber .docHenry M. Taber continues: “why will not Christian people investigate and find out for themselves (which they easily can), that the keeping of Sunday as a ‘holy Sabbath day,’ is wholly without warrant.”Faith or Fact, (Preface by Robert G. Ingersoll), p. 114.The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898S00089 Faith Or Fact H M Taber 1897.pdfThe Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898 Some history of Sabbath Change   S00089b Faith or Fact p 114  Henry M. Taber .docHenry M. Taber continues: “why will not Christian people investigate and find out for themselves (which they easily can), that the keeping of Sunday as a ‘holy Sabbath day,’ is wholly without warrant.”Faith or Fact, (Preface by Robert G. Ingersoll), p. 114.The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898S00089 Faith Or Fact H M Taber 1897.pdfThe Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898 Some history of Sabbath Change   S00089b Faith or Fact p 114  Henry M. Taber .docHenry M. Taber continues: “why will not Christian people investigate and find out for themselves (which they easily can), that the keeping of Sunday as a ‘holy Sabbath day,’ is wholly without warrant.”Faith or Fact, (Preface by Robert G. Ingersoll), p. 114.The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898S00089 Faith Or Fact H M Taber 1897.pdfThe Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898 Some history of Sabbath Change   S00089b Faith or Fact p 114  Henry M. Taber .docHenry M. Taber continues: “why will not Christian people investigate and find out for themselves (which they easily can), that the keeping of Sunday as a ‘holy Sabbath day,’ is wholly without warrant.”Faith or Fact, (Preface by Robert G. Ingersoll), p. 114.The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898S00089 Faith Or Fact H M Taber 1897.pdfThe Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898 Some history of Sabbath Change   S00089b Faith or Fact p 114  Henry M. Taber .docHenry M. Taber continues: “why will not Christian people investigate and find out for themselves (which they easily can), that the keeping of Sunday as a ‘holy Sabbath day,’ is wholly without warrant.”Faith or Fact, (Preface by Robert G. Ingersoll), p. 114.The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898S00089 Faith Or Fact H M Taber 1897.pdfThe Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898 Some history of Sabbath Change   S00089b Faith or Fact p 114  Henry M. Taber .docHenry M. Taber continues: “why will not Christian people investigate and find out for themselves (which they easily can), that the keeping of Sunday as a ‘holy Sabbath day,’ is wholly without warrant.”Faith or Fact, (Preface by Robert G. Ingersoll), p. 114.The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898S00089 Faith Or Fact H M Taber 1897.pdfThe Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898 Some history of Sabbath Change   S00089b Faith or Fact p 114  Henry M. Taber .docHenry M. Taber continues: “why will not Christian people investigate and find out for themselves (which they easily can), that the keeping of Sunday as a ‘holy Sabbath day,’ is wholly without warrant.”Faith or Fact, (Preface by Robert G. Ingersoll), p. 114.The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898S00089 Faith Or Fact H M Taber 1897.pdfThe Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898 Some history of Sabbath Change   S00089b Faith or Fact p 114  Henry M. Taber .docHenry M. Taber continues: “why will not Christian people investigate and find out for themselves (which they easily can), that the keeping of Sunday as a ‘holy Sabbath day,’ is wholly without warrant.”Faith or Fact, (Preface by Robert G. Ingersoll), p. 114.The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898S00089 Faith Or Fact H M Taber 1897.pdfThe Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898 Some history of Sabbath Change   S00089b Faith or Fact p 114  Henry M. Taber .docHenry M. Taber continues: “why will not Christian people investigate and find out for themselves (which they easily can), that the keeping of Sunday as a ‘holy Sabbath day,’ is wholly without warrant.”Faith or Fact, (Preface by Robert G. Ingersoll), p. 114.The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898S00089 Faith Or Fact H M Taber 1897.pdfThe Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898 Some history of Sabbath Change   S00089b Faith or Fact p 114  Henry M. Taber .docHenry M. Taber continues: “why will not Christian people investigate and find out for themselves (which they easily can), that the keeping of Sunday as a ‘holy Sabbath day,’ is wholly without warrant.”Faith or Fact, (Preface by Robert G. Ingersoll), p. 114.The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898S00089 Faith Or Fact H M Taber 1897.pdfThe Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898 Some history of Sabbath Change   S00089b Faith or Fact p 114  Henry M. Taber .docHenry M. Taber continues: “why will not Christian people investigate and find out for themselves (which they easily can), that the keeping of Sunday as a ‘holy Sabbath day,’ is wholly without warrant.”Faith or Fact, (Preface by Robert G. Ingersoll), p. 114.The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898S00089 Faith Or Fact H M Taber 1897.pdfThe Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898 Some history of Sabbath Change   S00089b Faith or Fact p 114  Henry M. Taber .docHenry M. Taber continues: “why will not Christian people investigate and find out for themselves (which they easily can), that the keeping of Sunday as a ‘holy Sabbath day,’ is wholly without warrant.”Faith or Fact, (Preface by Robert G. Ingersoll), p. 114.The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898S00089 Faith Or Fact H M Taber 1897.pdfThe Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898 Some history of Sabbath Change   S00089b Faith or Fact p 114  Henry M. Taber .docHenry M. Taber continues: “why will not Christian people investigate and find out for themselves (which they easily can), that the keeping of Sunday as a ‘holy Sabbath day,’ is wholly without warrant.”Faith or Fact, (Preface by Robert G. Ingersoll), p. 114.The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898S00089 Faith Or Fact H M Taber 1897.pdfThe Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898 Some history of Sabbath Change   S00089b Faith or Fact p 114  Henry M. Taber .docHenry M. Taber continues: “why will not Christian people investigate and find out for themselves (which they easily can), that the keeping of Sunday as a ‘holy Sabbath day,’ is wholly without warrant.”Faith or Fact, (Preface by Robert G. Ingersoll), p. 114.The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898S00089 Faith Or Fact H M Taber 1897.pdfThe Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898 Some history of Sabbath Change   S00089b Faith or Fact p 114  Henry M. Taber .docHenry M. Taber continues: “why will not Christian people investigate and find out for themselves (which they easily can), that the keeping of Sunday as a ‘holy Sabbath day,’ is wholly without warrant.”Faith or Fact, (Preface by Robert G. Ingersoll), p. 114.The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898S00089 Faith Or Fact H M Taber 1897.pdfThe Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898 Some history of Sabbath Change   S00089b Faith or Fact p 114  Henry M. Taber .docHenry M. Taber continues: “why will not Christian people investigate and find out for themselves (which they easily can), that the keeping of Sunday as a ‘holy Sabbath day,’ is wholly without warrant.”Faith or Fact, (Preface by Robert G. Ingersoll), p. 114.The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898S00089 Faith Or Fact H M Taber 1897.pdfThe Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898 Some history of Sabbath Change   S00089b Faith or Fact p 114  Henry M. Taber .docHenry M. Taber continues: “why will not Christian people investigate and find out for themselves (which they easily can), that the keeping of Sunday as a ‘holy Sabbath day,’ is wholly without warrant.”Faith or Fact, (Preface by Robert G. Ingersoll), p. 114.The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898S00089 Faith Or Fact H M Taber 1897.pdfThe Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898 Some history of Sabbath Change   S00089b Faith or Fact p 114  Henry M. Taber .docHenry M. Taber continues: “why will not Christian people investigate and find out for themselves (which they easily can), that the keeping of Sunday as a ‘holy Sabbath day,’ is wholly without warrant.”Faith or Fact, (Preface by Robert G. Ingersoll), p. 114.The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898S00089 Faith Or Fact H M Taber 1897.pdfThe Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898 Some history of Sabbath Change   The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898S00089 Faith Or Fact H M Taber 1897.pdfThe Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898 Some history of Sabbath Change   The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898 Some history of Sabbath Change   The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change  

 

S00089b Faith or Fact p 114  Henry M. Taber .docHenry M. Taber continues: “why will not Christian people investigate and find out for themselves (which they easily can), that the keeping of Sunday as a ‘holy Sabbath day,’ is wholly without warrant.”Faith or Fact, (Preface by Robert G. Ingersoll), p. 114.The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898S00089 Faith Or Fact H M Taber 1897.pdfThe Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898 Some history of Sabbath Change   S00089b Faith or Fact p 114  Henry M. Taber .docHenry M. Taber continues: “why will not Christian people investigate and find out for themselves (which they easily can), that the keeping of Sunday as a ‘holy Sabbath day,’ is wholly without warrant.”Faith or Fact, (Preface by Robert G. Ingersoll), p. 114.The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898S00089 Faith Or Fact H M Taber 1897.pdfThe Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898 Some history of Sabbath Change   S00089b Faith or Fact p 114  Henry M. Taber .docHenry M. Taber continues: “why will not Christian people investigate and find out for themselves (which they easily can), that the keeping of Sunday as a ‘holy Sabbath day,’ is wholly without warrant.”Faith or Fact, (Preface by Robert G. Ingersoll), p. 114.The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898S00089 Faith Or Fact H M Taber 1897.pdfThe Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898 Some history of Sabbath Change   S00089b Faith or Fact p 114  Henry M. Taber .docHenry M. Taber continues: “why will not Christian people investigate and find out for themselves (which they easily can), that the keeping of Sunday as a ‘holy Sabbath day,’ is wholly without warrant.”Faith or Fact, (Preface by Robert G. Ingersoll), p. 114.The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898S00089 Faith Or Fact H M Taber 1897.pdfThe Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898 Some history of Sabbath Change   S00089b Faith or Fact p 114  Henry M. Taber .docHenry M. Taber continues: “why will not Christian people investigate and find out for themselves (which they easily can), that the keeping of Sunday as a ‘holy Sabbath day,’ is wholly without warrant.”Faith or Fact, (Preface by Robert G. Ingersoll), p. 114.The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898S00089 Faith Or Fact H M Taber 1897.pdfThe Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898 Some history of Sabbath Change   S00089b Faith or Fact p 114  Henry M. Taber .docHenry M. Taber continues: “why will not Christian people investigate and find out for themselves (which they easily can), that the keeping of Sunday as a ‘holy Sabbath day,’ is wholly without warrant.”Faith or Fact, (Preface by Robert G. Ingersoll), p. 114.The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898S00089 Faith Or Fact H M Taber 1897.pdfThe Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898 Some history of Sabbath Change   S00089b Faith or Fact p 114  Henry M. Taber .docHenry M. Taber continues: “why will not Christian people investigate and find out for themselves (which they easily can), that the keeping of Sunday as a ‘holy Sabbath day,’ is wholly without warrant.”Faith or Fact, (Preface by Robert G. Ingersoll), p. 114.The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898S00089 Faith Or Fact H M Taber 1897.pdfThe Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898 Some history of Sabbath Change   S00089b Faith or Fact p 114  Henry M. Taber .docHenry M. Taber continues: “why will not Christian people investigate and find out for themselves (which they easily can), that the keeping of Sunday as a ‘holy Sabbath day,’ is wholly without warrant.”Faith or Fact, (Preface by Robert G. Ingersoll), p. 114.The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898S00089 Faith Or Fact H M Taber 1897.pdfThe Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898 Some history of Sabbath Change   S00089b Faith or Fact p 114  Henry M. Taber .docHenry M. Taber continues: “why will not Christian people investigate and find out for themselves (which they easily can), that the keeping of Sunday as a ‘holy Sabbath day,’ is wholly without warrant.”Faith or Fact, (Preface by Robert G. Ingersoll), p. 114.The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898S00089 Faith Or Fact H M Taber 1897.pdfThe Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898 Some history of Sabbath Change   S00089b Faith or Fact p 114  Henry M. Taber .docHenry M. Taber continues: “why will not Christian people investigate and find out for themselves (which they easily can), that the keeping of Sunday as a ‘holy Sabbath day,’ is wholly without warrant.”Faith or Fact, (Preface by Robert G. Ingersoll), p. 114.The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898S00089 Faith Or Fact H M Taber 1897.pdfThe Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898 Some history of Sabbath Change   S00089b Faith or Fact p 114  Henry M. Taber .docHenry M. Taber continues: “why will not Christian people investigate and find out for themselves (which they easily can), that the keeping of Sunday as a ‘holy Sabbath day,’ is wholly without warrant.”Faith or Fact, (Preface by Robert G. Ingersoll), p. 114.The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898S00089 Faith Or Fact H M Taber 1897.pdfThe Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898 Some history of Sabbath Change   S00089b Faith or Fact p 114  Henry M. Taber .docHenry M. Taber continues: “why will not Christian people investigate and find out for themselves (which they easily can), that the keeping of Sunday as a ‘holy Sabbath day,’ is wholly without warrant.”Faith or Fact, (Preface by Robert G. Ingersoll), p. 114.The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898S00089 Faith Or Fact H M Taber 1897.pdfThe Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898 Some history of Sabbath Change   S00089b Faith or Fact p 114  Henry M. Taber .docHenry M. Taber continues: “why will not Christian people investigate and find out for themselves (which they easily can), that the keeping of Sunday as a ‘holy Sabbath day,’ is wholly without warrant.”Faith or Fact, (Preface by Robert G. Ingersoll), p. 114.The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898S00089 Faith Or Fact H M Taber 1897.pdfThe Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898 Some history of Sabbath Change   S00089b Faith or Fact p 114  Henry M. Taber .docHenry M. Taber continues: “why will not Christian people investigate and find out for themselves (which they easily can), that the keeping of Sunday as a ‘holy Sabbath day,’ is wholly without warrant.”Faith or Fact, (Preface by Robert G. Ingersoll), p. 114.The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898S00089 Faith Or Fact H M Taber 1897.pdfThe Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898 Some history of Sabbath Change   S00089b Faith or Fact p 114  Henry M. Taber .docHenry M. Taber continues: “why will not Christian people investigate and find out for themselves (which they easily can), that the keeping of Sunday as a ‘holy Sabbath day,’ is wholly without warrant.”Faith or Fact, (Preface by Robert G. Ingersoll), p. 114.The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898S00089 Faith Or Fact H M Taber 1897.pdfThe Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898 Some history of Sabbath Change   S00089b Faith or Fact p 114  Henry M. Taber .docHenry M. Taber continues: “why will not Christian people investigate and find out for themselves (which they easily can), that the keeping of Sunday as a ‘holy Sabbath day,’ is wholly without warrant.”Faith or Fact, (Preface by Robert G. Ingersoll), p. 114.The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898S00089 Faith Or Fact H M Taber 1897.pdfThe Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898 Some history of Sabbath Change   S00089b Faith or Fact p 114  Henry M. Taber .docHenry M. Taber continues: “why will not Christian people investigate and find out for themselves (which they easily can), that the keeping of Sunday as a ‘holy Sabbath day,’ is wholly without warrant.”Faith or Fact, (Preface by Robert G. Ingersoll), p. 114.The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898S00089 Faith Or Fact H M Taber 1897.pdfThe Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898 Some history of Sabbath Change   S00089b Faith or Fact p 114  Henry M. Taber .docHenry M. Taber continues: “why will not Christian people investigate and find out for themselves (which they easily can), that the keeping of Sunday as a ‘holy Sabbath day,’ is wholly without warrant.”Faith or Fact, (Preface by Robert G. Ingersoll), p. 114.The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898S00089 Faith Or Fact H M Taber 1897.pdfThe Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898 Some history of Sabbath Change   S00089b Faith or Fact p 114  Henry M. Taber .docHenry M. Taber continues: “why will not Christian people investigate and find out for themselves (which they easily can), that the keeping of Sunday as a ‘holy Sabbath day,’ is wholly without warrant.”Faith or Fact, (Preface by Robert G. Ingersoll), p. 114.The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898S00089 Faith Or Fact H M Taber 1897.pdfThe Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898 Some history of Sabbath Change   S00089b Faith or Fact p 114  Henry M. Taber .docHenry M. Taber continues: “why will not Christian people investigate and find out for themselves (which they easily can), that the keeping of Sunday as a ‘holy Sabbath day,’ is wholly without warrant.”Faith or Fact, (Preface by Robert G. Ingersoll), p. 114.The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898S00089 Faith Or Fact H M Taber 1897.pdfThe Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898 Some history of Sabbath Change   S00089b Faith or Fact p 114  Henry M. Taber .docHenry M. Taber continues: “why will not Christian people investigate and find out for themselves (which they easily can), that the keeping of Sunday as a ‘holy Sabbath day,’ is wholly without warrant.”Faith or Fact, (Preface by Robert G. Ingersoll), p. 114.The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898S00089 Faith Or Fact H M Taber 1897.pdfThe Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898 Some history of Sabbath Change   The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898S00089 Faith Or Fact H M Taber 1897.pdfThe Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898 Some history of Sabbath Change   The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898 Some history of Sabbath Change   The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change  

 

S00089b Faith or Fact p 114  Henry M. Taber .docHenry M. Taber continues: “why will not Christian people investigate and find out for themselves (which they easily can), that the keeping of Sunday as a ‘holy Sabbath day,’ is wholly without warrant.”Faith or Fact, (Preface by Robert G. Ingersoll), p. 114.The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898S00089 Faith Or Fact H M Taber 1897.pdfThe Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898 Some history of Sabbath Change   S00089b Faith or Fact p 114  Henry M. Taber .docHenry M. Taber continues: “why will not Christian people investigate and find out for themselves (which they easily can), that the keeping of Sunday as a ‘holy Sabbath day,’ is wholly without warrant.”Faith or Fact, (Preface by Robert G. Ingersoll), p. 114.The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898S00089 Faith Or Fact H M Taber 1897.pdfThe Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898 Some history of Sabbath Change   S00089b Faith or Fact p 114  Henry M. Taber .docHenry M. Taber continues: “why will not Christian people investigate and find out for themselves (which they easily can), that the keeping of Sunday as a ‘holy Sabbath day,’ is wholly without warrant.”Faith or Fact, (Preface by Robert G. Ingersoll), p. 114.The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898S00089 Faith Or Fact H M Taber 1897.pdfThe Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898 Some history of Sabbath Change   S00089b Faith or Fact p 114  Henry M. Taber .docHenry M. Taber continues: “why will not Christian people investigate and find out for themselves (which they easily can), that the keeping of Sunday as a ‘holy Sabbath day,’ is wholly without warrant.”Faith or Fact, (Preface by Robert G. Ingersoll), p. 114.The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898S00089 Faith Or Fact H M Taber 1897.pdfThe Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898 Some history of Sabbath Change   S00089b Faith or Fact p 114  Henry M. Taber .docHenry M. Taber continues: “why will not Christian people investigate and find out for themselves (which they easily can), that the keeping of Sunday as a ‘holy Sabbath day,’ is wholly without warrant.”Faith or Fact, (Preface by Robert G. Ingersoll), p. 114.The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898S00089 Faith Or Fact H M Taber 1897.pdfThe Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898 Some history of Sabbath Change   S00089b Faith or Fact p 114  Henry M. Taber .docHenry M. Taber continues: “why will not Christian people investigate and find out for themselves (which they easily can), that the keeping of Sunday as a ‘holy Sabbath day,’ is wholly without warrant.”Faith or Fact, (Preface by Robert G. Ingersoll), p. 114.The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898S00089 Faith Or Fact H M Taber 1897.pdfThe Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898 Some history of Sabbath Change   S00089b Faith or Fact p 114  Henry M. Taber .docHenry M. Taber continues: “why will not Christian people investigate and find out for themselves (which they easily can), that the keeping of Sunday as a ‘holy Sabbath day,’ is wholly without warrant.”Faith or Fact, (Preface by Robert G. Ingersoll), p. 114.The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898S00089 Faith Or Fact H M Taber 1897.pdfThe Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898 Some history of Sabbath Change   S00089b Faith or Fact p 114  Henry M. Taber .docHenry M. Taber continues: “why will not Christian people investigate and find out for themselves (which they easily can), that the keeping of Sunday as a ‘holy Sabbath day,’ is wholly without warrant.”Faith or Fact, (Preface by Robert G. Ingersoll), p. 114.The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898S00089 Faith Or Fact H M Taber 1897.pdfThe Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898 Some history of Sabbath Change   S00089b Faith or Fact p 114  Henry M. Taber .docHenry M. Taber continues: “why will not Christian people investigate and find out for themselves (which they easily can), that the keeping of Sunday as a ‘holy Sabbath day,’ is wholly without warrant.”Faith or Fact, (Preface by Robert G. Ingersoll), p. 114.The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898S00089 Faith Or Fact H M Taber 1897.pdfThe Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898 Some history of Sabbath Change   S00089b Faith or Fact p 114  Henry M. Taber .docHenry M. Taber continues: “why will not Christian people investigate and find out for themselves (which they easily can), that the keeping of Sunday as a ‘holy Sabbath day,’ is wholly without warrant.”Faith or Fact, (Preface by Robert G. Ingersoll), p. 114.The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898S00089 Faith Or Fact H M Taber 1897.pdfThe Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898 Some history of Sabbath Change   S00089b Faith or Fact p 114  Henry M. Taber .docHenry M. Taber continues: “why will not Christian people investigate and find out for themselves (which they easily can), that the keeping of Sunday as a ‘holy Sabbath day,’ is wholly without warrant.”Faith or Fact, (Preface by Robert G. Ingersoll), p. 114.The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898S00089 Faith Or Fact H M Taber 1897.pdfThe Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898 Some history of Sabbath Change   S00089b Faith or Fact p 114  Henry M. Taber .docHenry M. Taber continues: “why will not Christian people investigate and find out for themselves (which they easily can), that the keeping of Sunday as a ‘holy Sabbath day,’ is wholly without warrant.”Faith or Fact, (Preface by Robert G. Ingersoll), p. 114.The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898S00089 Faith Or Fact H M Taber 1897.pdfThe Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898 Some history of Sabbath Change   S00089b Faith or Fact p 114  Henry M. Taber .docHenry M. Taber continues: “why will not Christian people investigate and find out for themselves (which they easily can), that the keeping of Sunday as a ‘holy Sabbath day,’ is wholly without warrant.”Faith or Fact, (Preface by Robert G. Ingersoll), p. 114.The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898S00089 Faith Or Fact H M Taber 1897.pdfThe Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898 Some history of Sabbath Change   S00089b Faith or Fact p 114  Henry M. Taber .docHenry M. Taber continues: “why will not Christian people investigate and find out for themselves (which they easily can), that the keeping of Sunday as a ‘holy Sabbath day,’ is wholly without warrant.”Faith or Fact, (Preface by Robert G. Ingersoll), p. 114.The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898S00089 Faith Or Fact H M Taber 1897.pdfThe Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898 Some history of Sabbath Change   S00089b Faith or Fact p 114  Henry M. Taber .docHenry M. Taber continues: “why will not Christian people investigate and find out for themselves (which they easily can), that the keeping of Sunday as a ‘holy Sabbath day,’ is wholly without warrant.”Faith or Fact, (Preface by Robert G. Ingersoll), p. 114.The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898S00089 Faith Or Fact H M Taber 1897.pdfThe Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898 Some history of Sabbath Change   S00089b Faith or Fact p 114  Henry M. Taber .docHenry M. Taber continues: “why will not Christian people investigate and find out for themselves (which they easily can), that the keeping of Sunday as a ‘holy Sabbath day,’ is wholly without warrant.”Faith or Fact, (Preface by Robert G. Ingersoll), p. 114.The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898S00089 Faith Or Fact H M Taber 1897.pdfThe Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898 Some history of Sabbath Change   S00089b Faith or Fact p 114  Henry M. Taber .docHenry M. Taber continues: “why will not Christian people investigate and find out for themselves (which they easily can), that the keeping of Sunday as a ‘holy Sabbath day,’ is wholly without warrant.”Faith or Fact, (Preface by Robert G. Ingersoll), p. 114.The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898S00089 Faith Or Fact H M Taber 1897.pdfThe Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898 Some history of Sabbath Change   S00089b Faith or Fact p 114  Henry M. Taber .docHenry M. Taber continues: “why will not Christian people investigate and find out for themselves (which they easily can), that the keeping of Sunday as a ‘holy Sabbath day,’ is wholly without warrant.”Faith or Fact, (Preface by Robert G. Ingersoll), p. 114.The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898S00089 Faith Or Fact H M Taber 1897.pdfThe Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898 Some history of Sabbath Change   S00089b Faith or Fact p 114  Henry M. Taber .docHenry M. Taber continues: “why will not Christian people investigate and find out for themselves (which they easily can), that the keeping of Sunday as a ‘holy Sabbath day,’ is wholly without warrant.”Faith or Fact, (Preface by Robert G. Ingersoll), p. 114.The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898S00089 Faith Or Fact H M Taber 1897.pdfThe Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898 Some history of Sabbath Change   S00089b Faith or Fact p 114  Henry M. Taber .docHenry M. Taber continues: “why will not Christian people investigate and find out for themselves (which they easily can), that the keeping of Sunday as a ‘holy Sabbath day,’ is wholly without warrant.”Faith or Fact, (Preface by Robert G. Ingersoll), p. 114.The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898S00089 Faith Or Fact H M Taber 1897.pdfThe Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898 Some history of Sabbath Change   The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898S00089 Faith Or Fact H M Taber 1897.pdfThe Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898 Some history of Sabbath Change   The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898 Some history of Sabbath Change   The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change  

 

S00089b Faith or Fact p 114  Henry M. Taber .docHenry M. Taber continues: “why will not Christian people investigate and find out for themselves (which they easily can), that the keeping of Sunday as a ‘holy Sabbath day,’ is wholly without warrant.”Faith or Fact, (Preface by Robert G. Ingersoll), p. 114.The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898S00089 Faith Or Fact H M Taber 1897.pdfThe Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898 Some history of Sabbath Change   S00089b Faith or Fact p 114  Henry M. Taber .docHenry M. Taber continues: “why will not Christian people investigate and find out for themselves (which they easily can), that the keeping of Sunday as a ‘holy Sabbath day,’ is wholly without warrant.”Faith or Fact, (Preface by Robert G. Ingersoll), p. 114.The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898S00089 Faith Or Fact H M Taber 1897.pdfThe Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898 Some history of Sabbath Change   S00089b Faith or Fact p 114  Henry M. Taber .docHenry M. Taber continues: “why will not Christian people investigate and find out for themselves (which they easily can), that the keeping of Sunday as a ‘holy Sabbath day,’ is wholly without warrant.”Faith or Fact, (Preface by Robert G. Ingersoll), p. 114.The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898S00089 Faith Or Fact H M Taber 1897.pdfThe Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898 Some history of Sabbath Change   S00089b Faith or Fact p 114  Henry M. Taber .docHenry M. Taber continues: “why will not Christian people investigate and find out for themselves (which they easily can), that the keeping of Sunday as a ‘holy Sabbath day,’ is wholly without warrant.”Faith or Fact, (Preface by Robert G. Ingersoll), p. 114.The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898S00089 Faith Or Fact H M Taber 1897.pdfThe Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898 Some history of Sabbath Change   S00089b Faith or Fact p 114  Henry M. Taber .docHenry M. Taber continues: “why will not Christian people investigate and find out for themselves (which they easily can), that the keeping of Sunday as a ‘holy Sabbath day,’ is wholly without warrant.”Faith or Fact, (Preface by Robert G. Ingersoll), p. 114.The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898S00089 Faith Or Fact H M Taber 1897.pdfThe Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898 Some history of Sabbath Change   S00089b Faith or Fact p 114  Henry M. Taber .docHenry M. Taber continues: “why will not Christian people investigate and find out for themselves (which they easily can), that the keeping of Sunday as a ‘holy Sabbath day,’ is wholly without warrant.”Faith or Fact, (Preface by Robert G. Ingersoll), p. 114.The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898S00089 Faith Or Fact H M Taber 1897.pdfThe Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898 Some history of Sabbath Change   S00089b Faith or Fact p 114  Henry M. Taber .docHenry M. Taber continues: “why will not Christian people investigate and find out for themselves (which they easily can), that the keeping of Sunday as a ‘holy Sabbath day,’ is wholly without warrant.”Faith or Fact, (Preface by Robert G. Ingersoll), p. 114.The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898S00089 Faith Or Fact H M Taber 1897.pdfThe Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898 Some history of Sabbath Change   S00089b Faith or Fact p 114  Henry M. Taber .docHenry M. Taber continues: “why will not Christian people investigate and find out for themselves (which they easily can), that the keeping of Sunday as a ‘holy Sabbath day,’ is wholly without warrant.”Faith or Fact, (Preface by Robert G. Ingersoll), p. 114.The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898S00089 Faith Or Fact H M Taber 1897.pdfThe Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898 Some history of Sabbath Change   S00089b Faith or Fact p 114  Henry M. Taber .docHenry M. Taber continues: “why will not Christian people investigate and find out for themselves (which they easily can), that the keeping of Sunday as a ‘holy Sabbath day,’ is wholly without warrant.”Faith or Fact, (Preface by Robert G. Ingersoll), p. 114.The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898S00089 Faith Or Fact H M Taber 1897.pdfThe Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898 Some history of Sabbath Change   S00089b Faith or Fact p 114  Henry M. Taber .docHenry M. Taber continues: “why will not Christian people investigate and find out for themselves (which they easily can), that the keeping of Sunday as a ‘holy Sabbath day,’ is wholly without warrant.”Faith or Fact, (Preface by Robert G. Ingersoll), p. 114.The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898S00089 Faith Or Fact H M Taber 1897.pdfThe Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898 Some history of Sabbath Change   S00089b Faith or Fact p 114  Henry M. Taber .docHenry M. Taber continues: “why will not Christian people investigate and find out for themselves (which they easily can), that the keeping of Sunday as a ‘holy Sabbath day,’ is wholly without warrant.”Faith or Fact, (Preface by Robert G. Ingersoll), p. 114.The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898S00089 Faith Or Fact H M Taber 1897.pdfThe Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898 Some history of Sabbath Change   S00089b Faith or Fact p 114  Henry M. Taber .docHenry M. Taber continues: “why will not Christian people investigate and find out for themselves (which they easily can), that the keeping of Sunday as a ‘holy Sabbath day,’ is wholly without warrant.”Faith or Fact, (Preface by Robert G. Ingersoll), p. 114.The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898S00089 Faith Or Fact H M Taber 1897.pdfThe Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898 Some history of Sabbath Change   S00089b Faith or Fact p 114  Henry M. Taber .docHenry M. Taber continues: “why will not Christian people investigate and find out for themselves (which they easily can), that the keeping of Sunday as a ‘holy Sabbath day,’ is wholly without warrant.”Faith or Fact, (Preface by Robert G. Ingersoll), p. 114.The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898S00089 Faith Or Fact H M Taber 1897.pdfThe Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898 Some history of Sabbath Change   S00089b Faith or Fact p 114  Henry M. Taber .docHenry M. Taber continues: “why will not Christian people investigate and find out for themselves (which they easily can), that the keeping of Sunday as a ‘holy Sabbath day,’ is wholly without warrant.”Faith or Fact, (Preface by Robert G. Ingersoll), p. 114.The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898S00089 Faith Or Fact H M Taber 1897.pdfThe Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898 Some history of Sabbath Change   S00089b Faith or Fact p 114  Henry M. Taber .docHenry M. Taber continues: “why will not Christian people investigate and find out for themselves (which they easily can), that the keeping of Sunday as a ‘holy Sabbath day,’ is wholly without warrant.”Faith or Fact, (Preface by Robert G. Ingersoll), p. 114.The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898S00089 Faith Or Fact H M Taber 1897.pdfThe Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898 Some history of Sabbath Change   S00089b Faith or Fact p 114  Henry M. Taber .docHenry M. Taber continues: “why will not Christian people investigate and find out for themselves (which they easily can), that the keeping of Sunday as a ‘holy Sabbath day,’ is wholly without warrant.”Faith or Fact, (Preface by Robert G. Ingersoll), p. 114.The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898S00089 Faith Or Fact H M Taber 1897.pdfThe Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898 Some history of Sabbath Change   S00089b Faith or Fact p 114  Henry M. Taber .docHenry M. Taber continues: “why will not Christian people investigate and find out for themselves (which they easily can), that the keeping of Sunday as a ‘holy Sabbath day,’ is wholly without warrant.”Faith or Fact, (Preface by Robert G. Ingersoll), p. 114.The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898S00089 Faith Or Fact H M Taber 1897.pdfThe Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898 Some history of Sabbath Change   S00089b Faith or Fact p 114  Henry M. Taber .docHenry M. Taber continues: “why will not Christian people investigate and find out for themselves (which they easily can), that the keeping of Sunday as a ‘holy Sabbath day,’ is wholly without warrant.”Faith or Fact, (Preface by Robert G. Ingersoll), p. 114.The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898S00089 Faith Or Fact H M Taber 1897.pdfThe Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898 Some history of Sabbath Change   S00089b Faith or Fact p 114  Henry M. Taber .docHenry M. Taber continues: “why will not Christian people investigate and find out for themselves (which they easily can), that the keeping of Sunday as a ‘holy Sabbath day,’ is wholly without warrant.”Faith or Fact, (Preface by Robert G. Ingersoll), p. 114.The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898S00089 Faith Or Fact H M Taber 1897.pdfThe Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898 Some history of Sabbath Change   The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898S00089 Faith Or Fact H M Taber 1897.pdfThe Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898 Some history of Sabbath Change   The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898 Some history of Sabbath Change   The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change  

 

S00089b Faith or Fact p 114  Henry M. Taber .docHenry M. Taber continues: “why will not Christian people investigate and find out for themselves (which they easily can), that the keeping of Sunday as a ‘holy Sabbath day,’ is wholly without warrant.”Faith or Fact, (Preface by Robert G. Ingersoll), p. 114.The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898S00089 Faith Or Fact H M Taber 1897.pdfThe Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898 Some history of Sabbath Change   S00089b Faith or Fact p 114  Henry M. Taber .docHenry M. Taber continues: “why will not Christian people investigate and find out for themselves (which they easily can), that the keeping of Sunday as a ‘holy Sabbath day,’ is wholly without warrant.”Faith or Fact, (Preface by Robert G. Ingersoll), p. 114.The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898S00089 Faith Or Fact H M Taber 1897.pdfThe Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898 Some history of Sabbath Change   S00089b Faith or Fact p 114  Henry M. Taber .docHenry M. Taber continues: “why will not Christian people investigate and find out for themselves (which they easily can), that the keeping of Sunday as a ‘holy Sabbath day,’ is wholly without warrant.”Faith or Fact, (Preface by Robert G. Ingersoll), p. 114.The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898S00089 Faith Or Fact H M Taber 1897.pdfThe Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898 Some history of Sabbath Change   S00089b Faith or Fact p 114  Henry M. Taber .docHenry M. Taber continues: “why will not Christian people investigate and find out for themselves (which they easily can), that the keeping of Sunday as a ‘holy Sabbath day,’ is wholly without warrant.”Faith or Fact, (Preface by Robert G. Ingersoll), p. 114.The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898S00089 Faith Or Fact H M Taber 1897.pdfThe Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898 Some history of Sabbath Change   S00089b Faith or Fact p 114  Henry M. Taber .docHenry M. Taber continues: “why will not Christian people investigate and find out for themselves (which they easily can), that the keeping of Sunday as a ‘holy Sabbath day,’ is wholly without warrant.”Faith or Fact, (Preface by Robert G. Ingersoll), p. 114.The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898S00089 Faith Or Fact H M Taber 1897.pdfThe Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898 Some history of Sabbath Change   S00089b Faith or Fact p 114  Henry M. Taber .docHenry M. Taber continues: “why will not Christian people investigate and find out for themselves (which they easily can), that the keeping of Sunday as a ‘holy Sabbath day,’ is wholly without warrant.”Faith or Fact, (Preface by Robert G. Ingersoll), p. 114.The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898S00089 Faith Or Fact H M Taber 1897.pdfThe Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898 Some history of Sabbath Change   S00089b Faith or Fact p 114  Henry M. Taber .docHenry M. Taber continues: “why will not Christian people investigate and find out for themselves (which they easily can), that the keeping of Sunday as a ‘holy Sabbath day,’ is wholly without warrant.”Faith or Fact, (Preface by Robert G. Ingersoll), p. 114.The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898S00089 Faith Or Fact H M Taber 1897.pdfThe Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898 Some history of Sabbath Change   S00089b Faith or Fact p 114  Henry M. Taber .docHenry M. Taber continues: “why will not Christian people investigate and find out for themselves (which they easily can), that the keeping of Sunday as a ‘holy Sabbath day,’ is wholly without warrant.”Faith or Fact, (Preface by Robert G. Ingersoll), p. 114.The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898S00089 Faith Or Fact H M Taber 1897.pdfThe Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898 Some history of Sabbath Change   S00089b Faith or Fact p 114  Henry M. Taber .docHenry M. Taber continues: “why will not Christian people investigate and find out for themselves (which they easily can), that the keeping of Sunday as a ‘holy Sabbath day,’ is wholly without warrant.”Faith or Fact, (Preface by Robert G. Ingersoll), p. 114.The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898S00089 Faith Or Fact H M Taber 1897.pdfThe Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898 Some history of Sabbath Change   S00089b Faith or Fact p 114  Henry M. Taber .docHenry M. Taber continues: “why will not Christian people investigate and find out for themselves (which they easily can), that the keeping of Sunday as a ‘holy Sabbath day,’ is wholly without warrant.”Faith or Fact, (Preface by Robert G. Ingersoll), p. 114.The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898S00089 Faith Or Fact H M Taber 1897.pdfThe Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898 Some history of Sabbath Change   S00089b Faith or Fact p 114  Henry M. Taber .docHenry M. Taber continues: “why will not Christian people investigate and find out for themselves (which they easily can), that the keeping of Sunday as a ‘holy Sabbath day,’ is wholly without warrant.”Faith or Fact, (Preface by Robert G. Ingersoll), p. 114.The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898S00089 Faith Or Fact H M Taber 1897.pdfThe Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898 Some history of Sabbath Change   S00089b Faith or Fact p 114  Henry M. Taber .docHenry M. Taber continues: “why will not Christian people investigate and find out for themselves (which they easily can), that the keeping of Sunday as a ‘holy Sabbath day,’ is wholly without warrant.”Faith or Fact, (Preface by Robert G. Ingersoll), p. 114.The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898S00089 Faith Or Fact H M Taber 1897.pdfThe Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898 Some history of Sabbath Change   S00089b Faith or Fact p 114  Henry M. Taber .docHenry M. Taber continues: “why will not Christian people investigate and find out for themselves (which they easily can), that the keeping of Sunday as a ‘holy Sabbath day,’ is wholly without warrant.”Faith or Fact, (Preface by Robert G. Ingersoll), p. 114.The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898S00089 Faith Or Fact H M Taber 1897.pdfThe Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898 Some history of Sabbath Change   S00089b Faith or Fact p 114  Henry M. Taber .docHenry M. Taber continues: “why will not Christian people investigate and find out for themselves (which they easily can), that the keeping of Sunday as a ‘holy Sabbath day,’ is wholly without warrant.”Faith or Fact, (Preface by Robert G. Ingersoll), p. 114.The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898S00089 Faith Or Fact H M Taber 1897.pdfThe Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898 Some history of Sabbath Change   S00089b Faith or Fact p 114  Henry M. Taber .docHenry M. Taber continues: “why will not Christian people investigate and find out for themselves (which they easily can), that the keeping of Sunday as a ‘holy Sabbath day,’ is wholly without warrant.”Faith or Fact, (Preface by Robert G. Ingersoll), p. 114.The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898S00089 Faith Or Fact H M Taber 1897.pdfThe Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898 Some history of Sabbath Change   S00089b Faith or Fact p 114  Henry M. Taber .docHenry M. Taber continues: “why will not Christian people investigate and find out for themselves (which they easily can), that the keeping of Sunday as a ‘holy Sabbath day,’ is wholly without warrant.”Faith or Fact, (Preface by Robert G. Ingersoll), p. 114.The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898S00089 Faith Or Fact H M Taber 1897.pdfThe Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898 Some history of Sabbath Change   S00089b Faith or Fact p 114  Henry M. Taber .docHenry M. Taber continues: “why will not Christian people investigate and find out for themselves (which they easily can), that the keeping of Sunday as a ‘holy Sabbath day,’ is wholly without warrant.”Faith or Fact, (Preface by Robert G. Ingersoll), p. 114.The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898S00089 Faith Or Fact H M Taber 1897.pdfThe Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898 Some history of Sabbath Change   S00089b Faith or Fact p 114  Henry M. Taber .docHenry M. Taber continues: “why will not Christian people investigate and find out for themselves (which they easily can), that the keeping of Sunday as a ‘holy Sabbath day,’ is wholly without warrant.”Faith or Fact, (Preface by Robert G. Ingersoll), p. 114.The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898S00089 Faith Or Fact H M Taber 1897.pdfThe Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898 Some history of Sabbath Change   The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898S00089 Faith Or Fact H M Taber 1897.pdfThe Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898 Some history of Sabbath Change   The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898 Some history of Sabbath Change   The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change  

 

S00089b Faith or Fact p 114  Henry M. Taber .docHenry M. Taber continues: “why will not Christian people investigate and find out for themselves (which they easily can), that the keeping of Sunday as a ‘holy Sabbath day,’ is wholly without warrant.”Faith or Fact, (Preface by Robert G. Ingersoll), p. 114.The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898S00089 Faith Or Fact H M Taber 1897.pdfThe Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898 Some history of Sabbath Change   S00089b Faith or Fact p 114  Henry M. Taber .docHenry M. Taber continues: “why will not Christian people investigate and find out for themselves (which they easily can), that the keeping of Sunday as a ‘holy Sabbath day,’ is wholly without warrant.”Faith or Fact, (Preface by Robert G. Ingersoll), p. 114.The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898S00089 Faith Or Fact H M Taber 1897.pdfThe Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898 Some history of Sabbath Change   S00089b Faith or Fact p 114  Henry M. Taber .docHenry M. Taber continues: “why will not Christian people investigate and find out for themselves (which they easily can), that the keeping of Sunday as a ‘holy Sabbath day,’ is wholly without warrant.”Faith or Fact, (Preface by Robert G. Ingersoll), p. 114.The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898S00089 Faith Or Fact H M Taber 1897.pdfThe Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898 Some history of Sabbath Change   S00089b Faith or Fact p 114  Henry M. Taber .docHenry M. Taber continues: “why will not Christian people investigate and find out for themselves (which they easily can), that the keeping of Sunday as a ‘holy Sabbath day,’ is wholly without warrant.”Faith or Fact, (Preface by Robert G. Ingersoll), p. 114.The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898S00089 Faith Or Fact H M Taber 1897.pdfThe Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898 Some history of Sabbath Change   S00089b Faith or Fact p 114  Henry M. Taber .docHenry M. Taber continues: “why will not Christian people investigate and find out for themselves (which they easily can), that the keeping of Sunday as a ‘holy Sabbath day,’ is wholly without warrant.”Faith or Fact, (Preface by Robert G. Ingersoll), p. 114.The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898S00089 Faith Or Fact H M Taber 1897.pdfThe Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898 Some history of Sabbath Change   S00089b Faith or Fact p 114  Henry M. Taber .docHenry M. Taber continues: “why will not Christian people investigate and find out for themselves (which they easily can), that the keeping of Sunday as a ‘holy Sabbath day,’ is wholly without warrant.”Faith or Fact, (Preface by Robert G. Ingersoll), p. 114.The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898S00089 Faith Or Fact H M Taber 1897.pdfThe Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898 Some history of Sabbath Change   S00089b Faith or Fact p 114  Henry M. Taber .docHenry M. Taber continues: “why will not Christian people investigate and find out for themselves (which they easily can), that the keeping of Sunday as a ‘holy Sabbath day,’ is wholly without warrant.”Faith or Fact, (Preface by Robert G. Ingersoll), p. 114.The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898S00089 Faith Or Fact H M Taber 1897.pdfThe Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898 Some history of Sabbath Change   S00089b Faith or Fact p 114  Henry M. Taber .docHenry M. Taber continues: “why will not Christian people investigate and find out for themselves (which they easily can), that the keeping of Sunday as a ‘holy Sabbath day,’ is wholly without warrant.”Faith or Fact, (Preface by Robert G. Ingersoll), p. 114.The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898S00089 Faith Or Fact H M Taber 1897.pdfThe Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898 Some history of Sabbath Change   S00089b Faith or Fact p 114  Henry M. Taber .docHenry M. Taber continues: “why will not Christian people investigate and find out for themselves (which they easily can), that the keeping of Sunday as a ‘holy Sabbath day,’ is wholly without warrant.”Faith or Fact, (Preface by Robert G. Ingersoll), p. 114.The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898S00089 Faith Or Fact H M Taber 1897.pdfThe Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898 Some history of Sabbath Change   S00089b Faith or Fact p 114  Henry M. Taber .docHenry M. Taber continues: “why will not Christian people investigate and find out for themselves (which they easily can), that the keeping of Sunday as a ‘holy Sabbath day,’ is wholly without warrant.”Faith or Fact, (Preface by Robert G. Ingersoll), p. 114.The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898S00089 Faith Or Fact H M Taber 1897.pdfThe Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898 Some history of Sabbath Change   S00089b Faith or Fact p 114  Henry M. Taber .docHenry M. Taber continues: “why will not Christian people investigate and find out for themselves (which they easily can), that the keeping of Sunday as a ‘holy Sabbath day,’ is wholly without warrant.”Faith or Fact, (Preface by Robert G. Ingersoll), p. 114.The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898S00089 Faith Or Fact H M Taber 1897.pdfThe Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898 Some history of Sabbath Change   S00089b Faith or Fact p 114  Henry M. Taber .docHenry M. Taber continues: “why will not Christian people investigate and find out for themselves (which they easily can), that the keeping of Sunday as a ‘holy Sabbath day,’ is wholly without warrant.”Faith or Fact, (Preface by Robert G. Ingersoll), p. 114.The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898S00089 Faith Or Fact H M Taber 1897.pdfThe Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898 Some history of Sabbath Change   S00089b Faith or Fact p 114  Henry M. Taber .docHenry M. Taber continues: “why will not Christian people investigate and find out for themselves (which they easily can), that the keeping of Sunday as a ‘holy Sabbath day,’ is wholly without warrant.”Faith or Fact, (Preface by Robert G. Ingersoll), p. 114.The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898S00089 Faith Or Fact H M Taber 1897.pdfThe Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898 Some history of Sabbath Change   S00089b Faith or Fact p 114  Henry M. Taber .docHenry M. Taber continues: “why will not Christian people investigate and find out for themselves (which they easily can), that the keeping of Sunday as a ‘holy Sabbath day,’ is wholly without warrant.”Faith or Fact, (Preface by Robert G. Ingersoll), p. 114.The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898S00089 Faith Or Fact H M Taber 1897.pdfThe Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898 Some history of Sabbath Change   S00089b Faith or Fact p 114  Henry M. Taber .docHenry M. Taber continues: “why will not Christian people investigate and find out for themselves (which they easily can), that the keeping of Sunday as a ‘holy Sabbath day,’ is wholly without warrant.”Faith or Fact, (Preface by Robert G. Ingersoll), p. 114.The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898S00089 Faith Or Fact H M Taber 1897.pdfThe Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898 Some history of Sabbath Change   S00089b Faith or Fact p 114  Henry M. Taber .docHenry M. Taber continues: “why will not Christian people investigate and find out for themselves (which they easily can), that the keeping of Sunday as a ‘holy Sabbath day,’ is wholly without warrant.”Faith or Fact, (Preface by Robert G. Ingersoll), p. 114.The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898S00089 Faith Or Fact H M Taber 1897.pdfThe Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898 Some history of Sabbath Change   S00089b Faith or Fact p 114  Henry M. Taber .docHenry M. Taber continues: “why will not Christian people investigate and find out for themselves (which they easily can), that the keeping of Sunday as a ‘holy Sabbath day,’ is wholly without warrant.”Faith or Fact, (Preface by Robert G. Ingersoll), p. 114.The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898S00089 Faith Or Fact H M Taber 1897.pdfThe Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898 Some history of Sabbath Change   The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898S00089 Faith Or Fact H M Taber 1897.pdfThe Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898 Some history of Sabbath Change   The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898 Some history of Sabbath Change   The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change  

 

S00089b Faith or Fact p 114  Henry M. Taber .docHenry M. Taber continues: “why will not Christian people investigate and find out for themselves (which they easily can), that the keeping of Sunday as a ‘holy Sabbath day,’ is wholly without warrant.”Faith or Fact, (Preface by Robert G. Ingersoll), p. 114.The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898S00089 Faith Or Fact H M Taber 1897.pdfThe Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898 Some history of Sabbath Change   S00089b Faith or Fact p 114  Henry M. Taber .docHenry M. Taber continues: “why will not Christian people investigate and find out for themselves (which they easily can), that the keeping of Sunday as a ‘holy Sabbath day,’ is wholly without warrant.”Faith or Fact, (Preface by Robert G. Ingersoll), p. 114.The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898S00089 Faith Or Fact H M Taber 1897.pdfThe Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898 Some history of Sabbath Change   S00089b Faith or Fact p 114  Henry M. Taber .docHenry M. Taber continues: “why will not Christian people investigate and find out for themselves (which they easily can), that the keeping of Sunday as a ‘holy Sabbath day,’ is wholly without warrant.”Faith or Fact, (Preface by Robert G. Ingersoll), p. 114.The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898S00089 Faith Or Fact H M Taber 1897.pdfThe Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898 Some history of Sabbath Change   S00089b Faith or Fact p 114  Henry M. Taber .docHenry M. Taber continues: “why will not Christian people investigate and find out for themselves (which they easily can), that the keeping of Sunday as a ‘holy Sabbath day,’ is wholly without warrant.”Faith or Fact, (Preface by Robert G. Ingersoll), p. 114.The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898S00089 Faith Or Fact H M Taber 1897.pdfThe Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898 Some history of Sabbath Change   S00089b Faith or Fact p 114  Henry M. Taber .docHenry M. Taber continues: “why will not Christian people investigate and find out for themselves (which they easily can), that the keeping of Sunday as a ‘holy Sabbath day,’ is wholly without warrant.”Faith or Fact, (Preface by Robert G. Ingersoll), p. 114.The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898S00089 Faith Or Fact H M Taber 1897.pdfThe Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898 Some history of Sabbath Change   S00089b Faith or Fact p 114  Henry M. Taber .docHenry M. Taber continues: “why will not Christian people investigate and find out for themselves (which they easily can), that the keeping of Sunday as a ‘holy Sabbath day,’ is wholly without warrant.”Faith or Fact, (Preface by Robert G. Ingersoll), p. 114.The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898S00089 Faith Or Fact H M Taber 1897.pdfThe Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898 Some history of Sabbath Change   S00089b Faith or Fact p 114  Henry M. Taber .docHenry M. Taber continues: “why will not Christian people investigate and find out for themselves (which they easily can), that the keeping of Sunday as a ‘holy Sabbath day,’ is wholly without warrant.”Faith or Fact, (Preface by Robert G. Ingersoll), p. 114.The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898S00089 Faith Or Fact H M Taber 1897.pdfThe Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898 Some history of Sabbath Change   S00089b Faith or Fact p 114  Henry M. Taber .docHenry M. Taber continues: “why will not Christian people investigate and find out for themselves (which they easily can), that the keeping of Sunday as a ‘holy Sabbath day,’ is wholly without warrant.”Faith or Fact, (Preface by Robert G. Ingersoll), p. 114.The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898S00089 Faith Or Fact H M Taber 1897.pdfThe Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898 Some history of Sabbath Change   S00089b Faith or Fact p 114  Henry M. Taber .docHenry M. Taber continues: “why will not Christian people investigate and find out for themselves (which they easily can), that the keeping of Sunday as a ‘holy Sabbath day,’ is wholly without warrant.”Faith or Fact, (Preface by Robert G. Ingersoll), p. 114.The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898S00089 Faith Or Fact H M Taber 1897.pdfThe Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898 Some history of Sabbath Change   S00089b Faith or Fact p 114  Henry M. Taber .docHenry M. Taber continues: “why will not Christian people investigate and find out for themselves (which they easily can), that the keeping of Sunday as a ‘holy Sabbath day,’ is wholly without warrant.”Faith or Fact, (Preface by Robert G. Ingersoll), p. 114.The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898S00089 Faith Or Fact H M Taber 1897.pdfThe Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898 Some history of Sabbath Change   S00089b Faith or Fact p 114  Henry M. Taber .docHenry M. Taber continues: “why will not Christian people investigate and find out for themselves (which they easily can), that the keeping of Sunday as a ‘holy Sabbath day,’ is wholly without warrant.”Faith or Fact, (Preface by Robert G. Ingersoll), p. 114.The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898S00089 Faith Or Fact H M Taber 1897.pdfThe Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898 Some history of Sabbath Change   S00089b Faith or Fact p 114  Henry M. Taber .docHenry M. Taber continues: “why will not Christian people investigate and find out for themselves (which they easily can), that the keeping of Sunday as a ‘holy Sabbath day,’ is wholly without warrant.”Faith or Fact, (Preface by Robert G. Ingersoll), p. 114.The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898S00089 Faith Or Fact H M Taber 1897.pdfThe Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898 Some history of Sabbath Change   S00089b Faith or Fact p 114  Henry M. Taber .docHenry M. Taber continues: “why will not Christian people investigate and find out for themselves (which they easily can), that the keeping of Sunday as a ‘holy Sabbath day,’ is wholly without warrant.”Faith or Fact, (Preface by Robert G. Ingersoll), p. 114.The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898S00089 Faith Or Fact H M Taber 1897.pdfThe Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898 Some history of Sabbath Change   S00089b Faith or Fact p 114  Henry M. Taber .docHenry M. Taber continues: “why will not Christian people investigate and find out for themselves (which they easily can), that the keeping of Sunday as a ‘holy Sabbath day,’ is wholly without warrant.”Faith or Fact, (Preface by Robert G. Ingersoll), p. 114.The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898S00089 Faith Or Fact H M Taber 1897.pdfThe Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898 Some history of Sabbath Change   S00089b Faith or Fact p 114  Henry M. Taber .docHenry M. Taber continues: “why will not Christian people investigate and find out for themselves (which they easily can), that the keeping of Sunday as a ‘holy Sabbath day,’ is wholly without warrant.”Faith or Fact, (Preface by Robert G. Ingersoll), p. 114.The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898S00089 Faith Or Fact H M Taber 1897.pdfThe Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898 Some history of Sabbath Change   S00089b Faith or Fact p 114  Henry M. Taber .docHenry M. Taber continues: “why will not Christian people investigate and find out for themselves (which they easily can), that the keeping of Sunday as a ‘holy Sabbath day,’ is wholly without warrant.”Faith or Fact, (Preface by Robert G. Ingersoll), p. 114.The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898S00089 Faith Or Fact H M Taber 1897.pdfThe Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898 Some history of Sabbath Change   The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898S00089 Faith Or Fact H M Taber 1897.pdfThe Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898 Some history of Sabbath Change   The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898 Some history of Sabbath Change   The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change  

 

S00089b Faith or Fact p 114  Henry M. Taber .docHenry M. Taber continues: “why will not Christian people investigate and find out for themselves (which they easily can), that the keeping of Sunday as a ‘holy Sabbath day,’ is wholly without warrant.”Faith or Fact, (Preface by Robert G. Ingersoll), p. 114.The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898S00089 Faith Or Fact H M Taber 1897.pdfThe Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898 Some history of Sabbath Change   S00089b Faith or Fact p 114  Henry M. Taber .docHenry M. Taber continues: “why will not Christian people investigate and find out for themselves (which they easily can), that the keeping of Sunday as a ‘holy Sabbath day,’ is wholly without warrant.”Faith or Fact, (Preface by Robert G. Ingersoll), p. 114.The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898S00089 Faith Or Fact H M Taber 1897.pdfThe Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898 Some history of Sabbath Change   S00089b Faith or Fact p 114  Henry M. Taber .docHenry M. Taber continues: “why will not Christian people investigate and find out for themselves (which they easily can), that the keeping of Sunday as a ‘holy Sabbath day,’ is wholly without warrant.”Faith or Fact, (Preface by Robert G. Ingersoll), p. 114.The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898S00089 Faith Or Fact H M Taber 1897.pdfThe Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898 Some history of Sabbath Change   S00089b Faith or Fact p 114  Henry M. Taber .docHenry M. Taber continues: “why will not Christian people investigate and find out for themselves (which they easily can), that the keeping of Sunday as a ‘holy Sabbath day,’ is wholly without warrant.”Faith or Fact, (Preface by Robert G. Ingersoll), p. 114.The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898S00089 Faith Or Fact H M Taber 1897.pdfThe Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898 Some history of Sabbath Change   S00089b Faith or Fact p 114  Henry M. Taber .docHenry M. Taber continues: “why will not Christian people investigate and find out for themselves (which they easily can), that the keeping of Sunday as a ‘holy Sabbath day,’ is wholly without warrant.”Faith or Fact, (Preface by Robert G. Ingersoll), p. 114.The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898S00089 Faith Or Fact H M Taber 1897.pdfThe Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898 Some history of Sabbath Change   S00089b Faith or Fact p 114  Henry M. Taber .docHenry M. Taber continues: “why will not Christian people investigate and find out for themselves (which they easily can), that the keeping of Sunday as a ‘holy Sabbath day,’ is wholly without warrant.”Faith or Fact, (Preface by Robert G. Ingersoll), p. 114.The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898S00089 Faith Or Fact H M Taber 1897.pdfThe Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898 Some history of Sabbath Change   S00089b Faith or Fact p 114  Henry M. Taber .docHenry M. Taber continues: “why will not Christian people investigate and find out for themselves (which they easily can), that the keeping of Sunday as a ‘holy Sabbath day,’ is wholly without warrant.”Faith or Fact, (Preface by Robert G. Ingersoll), p. 114.The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898S00089 Faith Or Fact H M Taber 1897.pdfThe Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898 Some history of Sabbath Change   S00089b Faith or Fact p 114  Henry M. Taber .docHenry M. Taber continues: “why will not Christian people investigate and find out for themselves (which they easily can), that the keeping of Sunday as a ‘holy Sabbath day,’ is wholly without warrant.”Faith or Fact, (Preface by Robert G. Ingersoll), p. 114.The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898S00089 Faith Or Fact H M Taber 1897.pdfThe Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898 Some history of Sabbath Change   S00089b Faith or Fact p 114  Henry M. Taber .docHenry M. Taber continues: “why will not Christian people investigate and find out for themselves (which they easily can), that the keeping of Sunday as a ‘holy Sabbath day,’ is wholly without warrant.”Faith or Fact, (Preface by Robert G. Ingersoll), p. 114.The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898S00089 Faith Or Fact H M Taber 1897.pdfThe Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898 Some history of Sabbath Change   S00089b Faith or Fact p 114  Henry M. Taber .docHenry M. Taber continues: “why will not Christian people investigate and find out for themselves (which they easily can), that the keeping of Sunday as a ‘holy Sabbath day,’ is wholly without warrant.”Faith or Fact, (Preface by Robert G. Ingersoll), p. 114.The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898S00089 Faith Or Fact H M Taber 1897.pdfThe Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898 Some history of Sabbath Change   S00089b Faith or Fact p 114  Henry M. Taber .docHenry M. Taber continues: “why will not Christian people investigate and find out for themselves (which they easily can), that the keeping of Sunday as a ‘holy Sabbath day,’ is wholly without warrant.”Faith or Fact, (Preface by Robert G. Ingersoll), p. 114.The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898S00089 Faith Or Fact H M Taber 1897.pdfThe Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898 Some history of Sabbath Change   S00089b Faith or Fact p 114  Henry M. Taber .docHenry M. Taber continues: “why will not Christian people investigate and find out for themselves (which they easily can), that the keeping of Sunday as a ‘holy Sabbath day,’ is wholly without warrant.”Faith or Fact, (Preface by Robert G. Ingersoll), p. 114.The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898S00089 Faith Or Fact H M Taber 1897.pdfThe Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898 Some history of Sabbath Change   S00089b Faith or Fact p 114  Henry M. Taber .docHenry M. Taber continues: “why will not Christian people investigate and find out for themselves (which they easily can), that the keeping of Sunday as a ‘holy Sabbath day,’ is wholly without warrant.”Faith or Fact, (Preface by Robert G. Ingersoll), p. 114.The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898S00089 Faith Or Fact H M Taber 1897.pdfThe Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898 Some history of Sabbath Change   S00089b Faith or Fact p 114  Henry M. Taber .docHenry M. Taber continues: “why will not Christian people investigate and find out for themselves (which they easily can), that the keeping of Sunday as a ‘holy Sabbath day,’ is wholly without warrant.”Faith or Fact, (Preface by Robert G. Ingersoll), p. 114.The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898S00089 Faith Or Fact H M Taber 1897.pdfThe Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898 Some history of Sabbath Change   S00089b Faith or Fact p 114  Henry M. Taber .docHenry M. Taber continues: “why will not Christian people investigate and find out for themselves (which they easily can), that the keeping of Sunday as a ‘holy Sabbath day,’ is wholly without warrant.”Faith or Fact, (Preface by Robert G. Ingersoll), p. 114.The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898S00089 Faith Or Fact H M Taber 1897.pdfThe Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898 Some history of Sabbath Change   The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898S00089 Faith Or Fact H M Taber 1897.pdfThe Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898 Some history of Sabbath Change   The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898 Some history of Sabbath Change   The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change  

 

S00089b Faith or Fact p 114  Henry M. Taber .docHenry M. Taber continues: “why will not Christian people investigate and find out for themselves (which they easily can), that the keeping of Sunday as a ‘holy Sabbath day,’ is wholly without warrant.”Faith or Fact, (Preface by Robert G. Ingersoll), p. 114.The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898S00089 Faith Or Fact H M Taber 1897.pdfThe Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898 Some history of Sabbath Change   S00089b Faith or Fact p 114  Henry M. Taber .docHenry M. Taber continues: “why will not Christian people investigate and find out for themselves (which they easily can), that the keeping of Sunday as a ‘holy Sabbath day,’ is wholly without warrant.”Faith or Fact, (Preface by Robert G. Ingersoll), p. 114.The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898S00089 Faith Or Fact H M Taber 1897.pdfThe Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898 Some history of Sabbath Change   S00089b Faith or Fact p 114  Henry M. Taber .docHenry M. Taber continues: “why will not Christian people investigate and find out for themselves (which they easily can), that the keeping of Sunday as a ‘holy Sabbath day,’ is wholly without warrant.”Faith or Fact, (Preface by Robert G. Ingersoll), p. 114.The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898S00089 Faith Or Fact H M Taber 1897.pdfThe Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898 Some history of Sabbath Change   S00089b Faith or Fact p 114  Henry M. Taber .docHenry M. Taber continues: “why will not Christian people investigate and find out for themselves (which they easily can), that the keeping of Sunday as a ‘holy Sabbath day,’ is wholly without warrant.”Faith or Fact, (Preface by Robert G. Ingersoll), p. 114.The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898S00089 Faith Or Fact H M Taber 1897.pdfThe Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898 Some history of Sabbath Change   S00089b Faith or Fact p 114  Henry M. Taber .docHenry M. Taber continues: “why will not Christian people investigate and find out for themselves (which they easily can), that the keeping of Sunday as a ‘holy Sabbath day,’ is wholly without warrant.”Faith or Fact, (Preface by Robert G. Ingersoll), p. 114.The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898S00089 Faith Or Fact H M Taber 1897.pdfThe Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898 Some history of Sabbath Change   S00089b Faith or Fact p 114  Henry M. Taber .docHenry M. Taber continues: “why will not Christian people investigate and find out for themselves (which they easily can), that the keeping of Sunday as a ‘holy Sabbath day,’ is wholly without warrant.”Faith or Fact, (Preface by Robert G. Ingersoll), p. 114.The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898S00089 Faith Or Fact H M Taber 1897.pdfThe Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898 Some history of Sabbath Change   S00089b Faith or Fact p 114  Henry M. Taber .docHenry M. Taber continues: “why will not Christian people investigate and find out for themselves (which they easily can), that the keeping of Sunday as a ‘holy Sabbath day,’ is wholly without warrant.”Faith or Fact, (Preface by Robert G. Ingersoll), p. 114.The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898S00089 Faith Or Fact H M Taber 1897.pdfThe Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898 Some history of Sabbath Change   S00089b Faith or Fact p 114  Henry M. Taber .docHenry M. Taber continues: “why will not Christian people investigate and find out for themselves (which they easily can), that the keeping of Sunday as a ‘holy Sabbath day,’ is wholly without warrant.”Faith or Fact, (Preface by Robert G. Ingersoll), p. 114.The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898S00089 Faith Or Fact H M Taber 1897.pdfThe Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898 Some history of Sabbath Change   S00089b Faith or Fact p 114  Henry M. Taber .docHenry M. Taber continues: “why will not Christian people investigate and find out for themselves (which they easily can), that the keeping of Sunday as a ‘holy Sabbath day,’ is wholly without warrant.”Faith or Fact, (Preface by Robert G. Ingersoll), p. 114.The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898S00089 Faith Or Fact H M Taber 1897.pdfThe Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898 Some history of Sabbath Change   S00089b Faith or Fact p 114  Henry M. Taber .docHenry M. Taber continues: “why will not Christian people investigate and find out for themselves (which they easily can), that the keeping of Sunday as a ‘holy Sabbath day,’ is wholly without warrant.”Faith or Fact, (Preface by Robert G. Ingersoll), p. 114.The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898S00089 Faith Or Fact H M Taber 1897.pdfThe Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898 Some history of Sabbath Change   S00089b Faith or Fact p 114  Henry M. Taber .docHenry M. Taber continues: “why will not Christian people investigate and find out for themselves (which they easily can), that the keeping of Sunday as a ‘holy Sabbath day,’ is wholly without warrant.”Faith or Fact, (Preface by Robert G. Ingersoll), p. 114.The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898S00089 Faith Or Fact H M Taber 1897.pdfThe Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898 Some history of Sabbath Change   S00089b Faith or Fact p 114  Henry M. Taber .docHenry M. Taber continues: “why will not Christian people investigate and find out for themselves (which they easily can), that the keeping of Sunday as a ‘holy Sabbath day,’ is wholly without warrant.”Faith or Fact, (Preface by Robert G. Ingersoll), p. 114.The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898S00089 Faith Or Fact H M Taber 1897.pdfThe Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898 Some history of Sabbath Change   S00089b Faith or Fact p 114  Henry M. Taber .docHenry M. Taber continues: “why will not Christian people investigate and find out for themselves (which they easily can), that the keeping of Sunday as a ‘holy Sabbath day,’ is wholly without warrant.”Faith or Fact, (Preface by Robert G. Ingersoll), p. 114.The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898S00089 Faith Or Fact H M Taber 1897.pdfThe Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898 Some history of Sabbath Change   S00089b Faith or Fact p 114  Henry M. Taber .docHenry M. Taber continues: “why will not Christian people investigate and find out for themselves (which they easily can), that the keeping of Sunday as a ‘holy Sabbath day,’ is wholly without warrant.”Faith or Fact, (Preface by Robert G. Ingersoll), p. 114.The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898S00089 Faith Or Fact H M Taber 1897.pdfThe Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898 Some history of Sabbath Change   The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898S00089 Faith Or Fact H M Taber 1897.pdfThe Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898 Some history of Sabbath Change   The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898 Some history of Sabbath Change   The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change  

 

S00089b Faith or Fact p 114  Henry M. Taber .docHenry M. Taber continues: “why will not Christian people investigate and find out for themselves (which they easily can), that the keeping of Sunday as a ‘holy Sabbath day,’ is wholly without warrant.”Faith or Fact, (Preface by Robert G. Ingersoll), p. 114.The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898S00089 Faith Or Fact H M Taber 1897.pdfThe Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898 Some history of Sabbath Change   S00089b Faith or Fact p 114  Henry M. Taber .docHenry M. Taber continues: “why will not Christian people investigate and find out for themselves (which they easily can), that the keeping of Sunday as a ‘holy Sabbath day,’ is wholly without warrant.”Faith or Fact, (Preface by Robert G. Ingersoll), p. 114.The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898S00089 Faith Or Fact H M Taber 1897.pdfThe Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898 Some history of Sabbath Change   S00089b Faith or Fact p 114  Henry M. Taber .docHenry M. Taber continues: “why will not Christian people investigate and find out for themselves (which they easily can), that the keeping of Sunday as a ‘holy Sabbath day,’ is wholly without warrant.”Faith or Fact, (Preface by Robert G. Ingersoll), p. 114.The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898S00089 Faith Or Fact H M Taber 1897.pdfThe Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898 Some history of Sabbath Change   S00089b Faith or Fact p 114  Henry M. Taber .docHenry M. Taber continues: “why will not Christian people investigate and find out for themselves (which they easily can), that the keeping of Sunday as a ‘holy Sabbath day,’ is wholly without warrant.”Faith or Fact, (Preface by Robert G. Ingersoll), p. 114.The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898S00089 Faith Or Fact H M Taber 1897.pdfThe Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898 Some history of Sabbath Change   S00089b Faith or Fact p 114  Henry M. Taber .docHenry M. Taber continues: “why will not Christian people investigate and find out for themselves (which they easily can), that the keeping of Sunday as a ‘holy Sabbath day,’ is wholly without warrant.”Faith or Fact, (Preface by Robert G. Ingersoll), p. 114.The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898S00089 Faith Or Fact H M Taber 1897.pdfThe Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898 Some history of Sabbath Change   S00089b Faith or Fact p 114  Henry M. Taber .docHenry M. Taber continues: “why will not Christian people investigate and find out for themselves (which they easily can), that the keeping of Sunday as a ‘holy Sabbath day,’ is wholly without warrant.”Faith or Fact, (Preface by Robert G. Ingersoll), p. 114.The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898S00089 Faith Or Fact H M Taber 1897.pdfThe Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898 Some history of Sabbath Change   S00089b Faith or Fact p 114  Henry M. Taber .docHenry M. Taber continues: “why will not Christian people investigate and find out for themselves (which they easily can), that the keeping of Sunday as a ‘holy Sabbath day,’ is wholly without warrant.”Faith or Fact, (Preface by Robert G. Ingersoll), p. 114.The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898S00089 Faith Or Fact H M Taber 1897.pdfThe Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898 Some history of Sabbath Change   S00089b Faith or Fact p 114  Henry M. Taber .docHenry M. Taber continues: “why will not Christian people investigate and find out for themselves (which they easily can), that the keeping of Sunday as a ‘holy Sabbath day,’ is wholly without warrant.”Faith or Fact, (Preface by Robert G. Ingersoll), p. 114.The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898S00089 Faith Or Fact H M Taber 1897.pdfThe Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898 Some history of Sabbath Change   S00089b Faith or Fact p 114  Henry M. Taber .docHenry M. Taber continues: “why will not Christian people investigate and find out for themselves (which they easily can), that the keeping of Sunday as a ‘holy Sabbath day,’ is wholly without warrant.”Faith or Fact, (Preface by Robert G. Ingersoll), p. 114.The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898S00089 Faith Or Fact H M Taber 1897.pdfThe Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898 Some history of Sabbath Change   S00089b Faith or Fact p 114  Henry M. Taber .docHenry M. Taber continues: “why will not Christian people investigate and find out for themselves (which they easily can), that the keeping of Sunday as a ‘holy Sabbath day,’ is wholly without warrant.”Faith or Fact, (Preface by Robert G. Ingersoll), p. 114.The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898S00089 Faith Or Fact H M Taber 1897.pdfThe Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898 Some history of Sabbath Change   S00089b Faith or Fact p 114  Henry M. Taber .docHenry M. Taber continues: “why will not Christian people investigate and find out for themselves (which they easily can), that the keeping of Sunday as a ‘holy Sabbath day,’ is wholly without warrant.”Faith or Fact, (Preface by Robert G. Ingersoll), p. 114.The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898S00089 Faith Or Fact H M Taber 1897.pdfThe Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898 Some history of Sabbath Change   S00089b Faith or Fact p 114  Henry M. Taber .docHenry M. Taber continues: “why will not Christian people investigate and find out for themselves (which they easily can), that the keeping of Sunday as a ‘holy Sabbath day,’ is wholly without warrant.”Faith or Fact, (Preface by Robert G. Ingersoll), p. 114.The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898S00089 Faith Or Fact H M Taber 1897.pdfThe Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898 Some history of Sabbath Change   S00089b Faith or Fact p 114  Henry M. Taber .docHenry M. Taber continues: “why will not Christian people investigate and find out for themselves (which they easily can), that the keeping of Sunday as a ‘holy Sabbath day,’ is wholly without warrant.”Faith or Fact, (Preface by Robert G. Ingersoll), p. 114.The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898S00089 Faith Or Fact H M Taber 1897.pdfThe Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898 Some history of Sabbath Change   The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898S00089 Faith Or Fact H M Taber 1897.pdfThe Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898 Some history of Sabbath Change   The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898 Some history of Sabbath Change   The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change  

 

S00089b Faith or Fact p 114  Henry M. Taber .docHenry M. Taber continues: “why will not Christian people investigate and find out for themselves (which they easily can), that the keeping of Sunday as a ‘holy Sabbath day,’ is wholly without warrant.”Faith or Fact, (Preface by Robert G. Ingersoll), p. 114.The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898S00089 Faith Or Fact H M Taber 1897.pdfThe Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898 Some history of Sabbath Change   S00089b Faith or Fact p 114  Henry M. Taber .docHenry M. Taber continues: “why will not Christian people investigate and find out for themselves (which they easily can), that the keeping of Sunday as a ‘holy Sabbath day,’ is wholly without warrant.”Faith or Fact, (Preface by Robert G. Ingersoll), p. 114.The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898S00089 Faith Or Fact H M Taber 1897.pdfThe Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898 Some history of Sabbath Change   S00089b Faith or Fact p 114  Henry M. Taber .docHenry M. Taber continues: “why will not Christian people investigate and find out for themselves (which they easily can), that the keeping of Sunday as a ‘holy Sabbath day,’ is wholly without warrant.”Faith or Fact, (Preface by Robert G. Ingersoll), p. 114.The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898S00089 Faith Or Fact H M Taber 1897.pdfThe Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898 Some history of Sabbath Change   S00089b Faith or Fact p 114  Henry M. Taber .docHenry M. Taber continues: “why will not Christian people investigate and find out for themselves (which they easily can), that the keeping of Sunday as a ‘holy Sabbath day,’ is wholly without warrant.”Faith or Fact, (Preface by Robert G. Ingersoll), p. 114.The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898S00089 Faith Or Fact H M Taber 1897.pdfThe Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898 Some history of Sabbath Change   S00089b Faith or Fact p 114  Henry M. Taber .docHenry M. Taber continues: “why will not Christian people investigate and find out for themselves (which they easily can), that the keeping of Sunday as a ‘holy Sabbath day,’ is wholly without warrant.”Faith or Fact, (Preface by Robert G. Ingersoll), p. 114.The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898S00089 Faith Or Fact H M Taber 1897.pdfThe Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898 Some history of Sabbath Change   S00089b Faith or Fact p 114  Henry M. Taber .docHenry M. Taber continues: “why will not Christian people investigate and find out for themselves (which they easily can), that the keeping of Sunday as a ‘holy Sabbath day,’ is wholly without warrant.”Faith or Fact, (Preface by Robert G. Ingersoll), p. 114.The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898S00089 Faith Or Fact H M Taber 1897.pdfThe Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898 Some history of Sabbath Change   S00089b Faith or Fact p 114  Henry M. Taber .docHenry M. Taber continues: “why will not Christian people investigate and find out for themselves (which they easily can), that the keeping of Sunday as a ‘holy Sabbath day,’ is wholly without warrant.”Faith or Fact, (Preface by Robert G. Ingersoll), p. 114.The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898S00089 Faith Or Fact H M Taber 1897.pdfThe Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898 Some history of Sabbath Change   S00089b Faith or Fact p 114  Henry M. Taber .docHenry M. Taber continues: “why will not Christian people investigate and find out for themselves (which they easily can), that the keeping of Sunday as a ‘holy Sabbath day,’ is wholly without warrant.”Faith or Fact, (Preface by Robert G. Ingersoll), p. 114.The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898S00089 Faith Or Fact H M Taber 1897.pdfThe Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898 Some history of Sabbath Change   S00089b Faith or Fact p 114  Henry M. Taber .docHenry M. Taber continues: “why will not Christian people investigate and find out for themselves (which they easily can), that the keeping of Sunday as a ‘holy Sabbath day,’ is wholly without warrant.”Faith or Fact, (Preface by Robert G. Ingersoll), p. 114.The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898S00089 Faith Or Fact H M Taber 1897.pdfThe Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898 Some history of Sabbath Change   S00089b Faith or Fact p 114  Henry M. Taber .docHenry M. Taber continues: “why will not Christian people investigate and find out for themselves (which they easily can), that the keeping of Sunday as a ‘holy Sabbath day,’ is wholly without warrant.”Faith or Fact, (Preface by Robert G. Ingersoll), p. 114.The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898S00089 Faith Or Fact H M Taber 1897.pdfThe Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898 Some history of Sabbath Change   S00089b Faith or Fact p 114  Henry M. Taber .docHenry M. Taber continues: “why will not Christian people investigate and find out for themselves (which they easily can), that the keeping of Sunday as a ‘holy Sabbath day,’ is wholly without warrant.”Faith or Fact, (Preface by Robert G. Ingersoll), p. 114.The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898S00089 Faith Or Fact H M Taber 1897.pdfThe Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898 Some history of Sabbath Change   S00089b Faith or Fact p 114  Henry M. Taber .docHenry M. Taber continues: “why will not Christian people investigate and find out for themselves (which they easily can), that the keeping of Sunday as a ‘holy Sabbath day,’ is wholly without warrant.”Faith or Fact, (Preface by Robert G. Ingersoll), p. 114.The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898S00089 Faith Or Fact H M Taber 1897.pdfThe Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898 Some history of Sabbath Change   The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898S00089 Faith Or Fact H M Taber 1897.pdfThe Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898 Some history of Sabbath Change   The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898 Some history of Sabbath Change   The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change  

 

S00089b Faith or Fact p 114  Henry M. Taber .docHenry M. Taber continues: “why will not Christian people investigate and find out for themselves (which they easily can), that the keeping of Sunday as a ‘holy Sabbath day,’ is wholly without warrant.”Faith or Fact, (Preface by Robert G. Ingersoll), p. 114.The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898S00089 Faith Or Fact H M Taber 1897.pdfThe Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898 Some history of Sabbath Change   S00089b Faith or Fact p 114  Henry M. Taber .docHenry M. Taber continues: “why will not Christian people investigate and find out for themselves (which they easily can), that the keeping of Sunday as a ‘holy Sabbath day,’ is wholly without warrant.”Faith or Fact, (Preface by Robert G. Ingersoll), p. 114.The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898S00089 Faith Or Fact H M Taber 1897.pdfThe Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898 Some history of Sabbath Change   S00089b Faith or Fact p 114  Henry M. Taber .docHenry M. Taber continues: “why will not Christian people investigate and find out for themselves (which they easily can), that the keeping of Sunday as a ‘holy Sabbath day,’ is wholly without warrant.”Faith or Fact, (Preface by Robert G. Ingersoll), p. 114.The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898S00089 Faith Or Fact H M Taber 1897.pdfThe Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898 Some history of Sabbath Change   S00089b Faith or Fact p 114  Henry M. Taber .docHenry M. Taber continues: “why will not Christian people investigate and find out for themselves (which they easily can), that the keeping of Sunday as a ‘holy Sabbath day,’ is wholly without warrant.”Faith or Fact, (Preface by Robert G. Ingersoll), p. 114.The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898S00089 Faith Or Fact H M Taber 1897.pdfThe Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898 Some history of Sabbath Change   S00089b Faith or Fact p 114  Henry M. Taber .docHenry M. Taber continues: “why will not Christian people investigate and find out for themselves (which they easily can), that the keeping of Sunday as a ‘holy Sabbath day,’ is wholly without warrant.”Faith or Fact, (Preface by Robert G. Ingersoll), p. 114.The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898S00089 Faith Or Fact H M Taber 1897.pdfThe Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898 Some history of Sabbath Change   S00089b Faith or Fact p 114  Henry M. Taber .docHenry M. Taber continues: “why will not Christian people investigate and find out for themselves (which they easily can), that the keeping of Sunday as a ‘holy Sabbath day,’ is wholly without warrant.”Faith or Fact, (Preface by Robert G. Ingersoll), p. 114.The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898S00089 Faith Or Fact H M Taber 1897.pdfThe Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898 Some history of Sabbath Change   S00089b Faith or Fact p 114  Henry M. Taber .docHenry M. Taber continues: “why will not Christian people investigate and find out for themselves (which they easily can), that the keeping of Sunday as a ‘holy Sabbath day,’ is wholly without warrant.”Faith or Fact, (Preface by Robert G. Ingersoll), p. 114.The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898S00089 Faith Or Fact H M Taber 1897.pdfThe Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898 Some history of Sabbath Change   S00089b Faith or Fact p 114  Henry M. Taber .docHenry M. Taber continues: “why will not Christian people investigate and find out for themselves (which they easily can), that the keeping of Sunday as a ‘holy Sabbath day,’ is wholly without warrant.”Faith or Fact, (Preface by Robert G. Ingersoll), p. 114.The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898S00089 Faith Or Fact H M Taber 1897.pdfThe Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898 Some history of Sabbath Change   S00089b Faith or Fact p 114  Henry M. Taber .docHenry M. Taber continues: “why will not Christian people investigate and find out for themselves (which they easily can), that the keeping of Sunday as a ‘holy Sabbath day,’ is wholly without warrant.”Faith or Fact, (Preface by Robert G. Ingersoll), p. 114.The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898S00089 Faith Or Fact H M Taber 1897.pdfThe Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898 Some history of Sabbath Change   S00089b Faith or Fact p 114  Henry M. Taber .docHenry M. Taber continues: “why will not Christian people investigate and find out for themselves (which they easily can), that the keeping of Sunday as a ‘holy Sabbath day,’ is wholly without warrant.”Faith or Fact, (Preface by Robert G. Ingersoll), p. 114.The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898S00089 Faith Or Fact H M Taber 1897.pdfThe Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898 Some history of Sabbath Change   S00089b Faith or Fact p 114  Henry M. Taber .docHenry M. Taber continues: “why will not Christian people investigate and find out for themselves (which they easily can), that the keeping of Sunday as a ‘holy Sabbath day,’ is wholly without warrant.”Faith or Fact, (Preface by Robert G. Ingersoll), p. 114.The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898S00089 Faith Or Fact H M Taber 1897.pdfThe Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898 Some history of Sabbath Change   The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898S00089 Faith Or Fact H M Taber 1897.pdfThe Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898 Some history of Sabbath Change   The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898 Some history of Sabbath Change   The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change  

 

S00089b Faith or Fact p 114  Henry M. Taber .docHenry M. Taber continues: “why will not Christian people investigate and find out for themselves (which they easily can), that the keeping of Sunday as a ‘holy Sabbath day,’ is wholly without warrant.”Faith or Fact, (Preface by Robert G. Ingersoll), p. 114.The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898S00089 Faith Or Fact H M Taber 1897.pdfThe Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898 Some history of Sabbath Change   S00089b Faith or Fact p 114  Henry M. Taber .docHenry M. Taber continues: “why will not Christian people investigate and find out for themselves (which they easily can), that the keeping of Sunday as a ‘holy Sabbath day,’ is wholly without warrant.”Faith or Fact, (Preface by Robert G. Ingersoll), p. 114.The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898S00089 Faith Or Fact H M Taber 1897.pdfThe Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898 Some history of Sabbath Change   S00089b Faith or Fact p 114  Henry M. Taber .docHenry M. Taber continues: “why will not Christian people investigate and find out for themselves (which they easily can), that the keeping of Sunday as a ‘holy Sabbath day,’ is wholly without warrant.”Faith or Fact, (Preface by Robert G. Ingersoll), p. 114.The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898S00089 Faith Or Fact H M Taber 1897.pdfThe Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898 Some history of Sabbath Change   S00089b Faith or Fact p 114  Henry M. Taber .docHenry M. Taber continues: “why will not Christian people investigate and find out for themselves (which they easily can), that the keeping of Sunday as a ‘holy Sabbath day,’ is wholly without warrant.”Faith or Fact, (Preface by Robert G. Ingersoll), p. 114.The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898S00089 Faith Or Fact H M Taber 1897.pdfThe Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898 Some history of Sabbath Change   S00089b Faith or Fact p 114  Henry M. Taber .docHenry M. Taber continues: “why will not Christian people investigate and find out for themselves (which they easily can), that the keeping of Sunday as a ‘holy Sabbath day,’ is wholly without warrant.”Faith or Fact, (Preface by Robert G. Ingersoll), p. 114.The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898S00089 Faith Or Fact H M Taber 1897.pdfThe Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898 Some history of Sabbath Change   S00089b Faith or Fact p 114  Henry M. Taber .docHenry M. Taber continues: “why will not Christian people investigate and find out for themselves (which they easily can), that the keeping of Sunday as a ‘holy Sabbath day,’ is wholly without warrant.”Faith or Fact, (Preface by Robert G. Ingersoll), p. 114.The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898S00089 Faith Or Fact H M Taber 1897.pdfThe Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898 Some history of Sabbath Change   S00089b Faith or Fact p 114  Henry M. Taber .docHenry M. Taber continues: “why will not Christian people investigate and find out for themselves (which they easily can), that the keeping of Sunday as a ‘holy Sabbath day,’ is wholly without warrant.”Faith or Fact, (Preface by Robert G. Ingersoll), p. 114.The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898S00089 Faith Or Fact H M Taber 1897.pdfThe Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898 Some history of Sabbath Change   S00089b Faith or Fact p 114  Henry M. Taber .docHenry M. Taber continues: “why will not Christian people investigate and find out for themselves (which they easily can), that the keeping of Sunday as a ‘holy Sabbath day,’ is wholly without warrant.”Faith or Fact, (Preface by Robert G. Ingersoll), p. 114.The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898S00089 Faith Or Fact H M Taber 1897.pdfThe Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898 Some history of Sabbath Change   S00089b Faith or Fact p 114  Henry M. Taber .docHenry M. Taber continues: “why will not Christian people investigate and find out for themselves (which they easily can), that the keeping of Sunday as a ‘holy Sabbath day,’ is wholly without warrant.”Faith or Fact, (Preface by Robert G. Ingersoll), p. 114.The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898S00089 Faith Or Fact H M Taber 1897.pdfThe Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898 Some history of Sabbath Change   S00089b Faith or Fact p 114  Henry M. Taber .docHenry M. Taber continues: “why will not Christian people investigate and find out for themselves (which they easily can), that the keeping of Sunday as a ‘holy Sabbath day,’ is wholly without warrant.”Faith or Fact, (Preface by Robert G. Ingersoll), p. 114.The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898S00089 Faith Or Fact H M Taber 1897.pdfThe Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898 Some history of Sabbath Change   The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898S00089 Faith Or Fact H M Taber 1897.pdfThe Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898 Some history of Sabbath Change   The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898 Some history of Sabbath Change   The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change  

 

S00089b Faith or Fact p 114  Henry M. Taber .docHenry M. Taber continues: “why will not Christian people investigate and find out for themselves (which they easily can), that the keeping of Sunday as a ‘holy Sabbath day,’ is wholly without warrant.”Faith or Fact, (Preface by Robert G. Ingersoll), p. 114.The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898S00089 Faith Or Fact H M Taber 1897.pdfThe Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898 Some history of Sabbath Change   S00089b Faith or Fact p 114  Henry M. Taber .docHenry M. Taber continues: “why will not Christian people investigate and find out for themselves (which they easily can), that the keeping of Sunday as a ‘holy Sabbath day,’ is wholly without warrant.”Faith or Fact, (Preface by Robert G. Ingersoll), p. 114.The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898S00089 Faith Or Fact H M Taber 1897.pdfThe Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898 Some history of Sabbath Change   S00089b Faith or Fact p 114  Henry M. Taber .docHenry M. Taber continues: “why will not Christian people investigate and find out for themselves (which they easily can), that the keeping of Sunday as a ‘holy Sabbath day,’ is wholly without warrant.”Faith or Fact, (Preface by Robert G. Ingersoll), p. 114.The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898S00089 Faith Or Fact H M Taber 1897.pdfThe Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898 Some history of Sabbath Change   S00089b Faith or Fact p 114  Henry M. Taber .docHenry M. Taber continues: “why will not Christian people investigate and find out for themselves (which they easily can), that the keeping of Sunday as a ‘holy Sabbath day,’ is wholly without warrant.”Faith or Fact, (Preface by Robert G. Ingersoll), p. 114.The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898S00089 Faith Or Fact H M Taber 1897.pdfThe Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898 Some history of Sabbath Change   S00089b Faith or Fact p 114  Henry M. Taber .docHenry M. Taber continues: “why will not Christian people investigate and find out for themselves (which they easily can), that the keeping of Sunday as a ‘holy Sabbath day,’ is wholly without warrant.”Faith or Fact, (Preface by Robert G. Ingersoll), p. 114.The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898S00089 Faith Or Fact H M Taber 1897.pdfThe Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898 Some history of Sabbath Change   S00089b Faith or Fact p 114  Henry M. Taber .docHenry M. Taber continues: “why will not Christian people investigate and find out for themselves (which they easily can), that the keeping of Sunday as a ‘holy Sabbath day,’ is wholly without warrant.”Faith or Fact, (Preface by Robert G. Ingersoll), p. 114.The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898S00089 Faith Or Fact H M Taber 1897.pdfThe Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898 Some history of Sabbath Change   S00089b Faith or Fact p 114  Henry M. Taber .docHenry M. Taber continues: “why will not Christian people investigate and find out for themselves (which they easily can), that the keeping of Sunday as a ‘holy Sabbath day,’ is wholly without warrant.”Faith or Fact, (Preface by Robert G. Ingersoll), p. 114.The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898S00089 Faith Or Fact H M Taber 1897.pdfThe Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898 Some history of Sabbath Change   S00089b Faith or Fact p 114  Henry M. Taber .docHenry M. Taber continues: “why will not Christian people investigate and find out for themselves (which they easily can), that the keeping of Sunday as a ‘holy Sabbath day,’ is wholly without warrant.”Faith or Fact, (Preface by Robert G. Ingersoll), p. 114.The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898S00089 Faith Or Fact H M Taber 1897.pdfThe Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898 Some history of Sabbath Change   S00089b Faith or Fact p 114  Henry M. Taber .docHenry M. Taber continues: “why will not Christian people investigate and find out for themselves (which they easily can), that the keeping of Sunday as a ‘holy Sabbath day,’ is wholly without warrant.”Faith or Fact, (Preface by Robert G. Ingersoll), p. 114.The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898S00089 Faith Or Fact H M Taber 1897.pdfThe Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898 Some history of Sabbath Change   The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898S00089 Faith Or Fact H M Taber 1897.pdfThe Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898 Some history of Sabbath Change   The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898 Some history of Sabbath Change   The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change  

 

S00089b Faith or Fact p 114  Henry M. Taber .docHenry M. Taber continues: “why will not Christian people investigate and find out for themselves (which they easily can), that the keeping of Sunday as a ‘holy Sabbath day,’ is wholly without warrant.”Faith or Fact, (Preface by Robert G. Ingersoll), p. 114.The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898S00089 Faith Or Fact H M Taber 1897.pdfThe Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898 Some history of Sabbath Change   S00089b Faith or Fact p 114  Henry M. Taber .docHenry M. Taber continues: “why will not Christian people investigate and find out for themselves (which they easily can), that the keeping of Sunday as a ‘holy Sabbath day,’ is wholly without warrant.”Faith or Fact, (Preface by Robert G. Ingersoll), p. 114.The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898S00089 Faith Or Fact H M Taber 1897.pdfThe Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898 Some history of Sabbath Change   S00089b Faith or Fact p 114  Henry M. Taber .docHenry M. Taber continues: “why will not Christian people investigate and find out for themselves (which they easily can), that the keeping of Sunday as a ‘holy Sabbath day,’ is wholly without warrant.”Faith or Fact, (Preface by Robert G. Ingersoll), p. 114.The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898S00089 Faith Or Fact H M Taber 1897.pdfThe Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898 Some history of Sabbath Change   S00089b Faith or Fact p 114  Henry M. Taber .docHenry M. Taber continues: “why will not Christian people investigate and find out for themselves (which they easily can), that the keeping of Sunday as a ‘holy Sabbath day,’ is wholly without warrant.”Faith or Fact, (Preface by Robert G. Ingersoll), p. 114.The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898S00089 Faith Or Fact H M Taber 1897.pdfThe Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898 Some history of Sabbath Change   S00089b Faith or Fact p 114  Henry M. Taber .docHenry M. Taber continues: “why will not Christian people investigate and find out for themselves (which they easily can), that the keeping of Sunday as a ‘holy Sabbath day,’ is wholly without warrant.”Faith or Fact, (Preface by Robert G. Ingersoll), p. 114.The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898S00089 Faith Or Fact H M Taber 1897.pdfThe Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898 Some history of Sabbath Change   S00089b Faith or Fact p 114  Henry M. Taber .docHenry M. Taber continues: “why will not Christian people investigate and find out for themselves (which they easily can), that the keeping of Sunday as a ‘holy Sabbath day,’ is wholly without warrant.”Faith or Fact, (Preface by Robert G. Ingersoll), p. 114.The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898S00089 Faith Or Fact H M Taber 1897.pdfThe Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898 Some history of Sabbath Change   S00089b Faith or Fact p 114  Henry M. Taber .docHenry M. Taber continues: “why will not Christian people investigate and find out for themselves (which they easily can), that the keeping of Sunday as a ‘holy Sabbath day,’ is wholly without warrant.”Faith or Fact, (Preface by Robert G. Ingersoll), p. 114.The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898S00089 Faith Or Fact H M Taber 1897.pdfThe Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898 Some history of Sabbath Change   S00089b Faith or Fact p 114  Henry M. Taber .docHenry M. Taber continues: “why will not Christian people investigate and find out for themselves (which they easily can), that the keeping of Sunday as a ‘holy Sabbath day,’ is wholly without warrant.”Faith or Fact, (Preface by Robert G. Ingersoll), p. 114.The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898S00089 Faith Or Fact H M Taber 1897.pdfThe Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898 Some history of Sabbath Change   The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898S00089 Faith Or Fact H M Taber 1897.pdfThe Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898 Some history of Sabbath Change   The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898 Some history of Sabbath Change   The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change  

 

S00089b Faith or Fact p 114  Henry M. Taber .docHenry M. Taber continues: “why will not Christian people investigate and find out for themselves (which they easily can), that the keeping of Sunday as a ‘holy Sabbath day,’ is wholly without warrant.”Faith or Fact, (Preface by Robert G. Ingersoll), p. 114.The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898S00089 Faith Or Fact H M Taber 1897.pdfThe Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898 Some history of Sabbath Change   S00089b Faith or Fact p 114  Henry M. Taber .docHenry M. Taber continues: “why will not Christian people investigate and find out for themselves (which they easily can), that the keeping of Sunday as a ‘holy Sabbath day,’ is wholly without warrant.”Faith or Fact, (Preface by Robert G. Ingersoll), p. 114.The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898S00089 Faith Or Fact H M Taber 1897.pdfThe Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898 Some history of Sabbath Change   S00089b Faith or Fact p 114  Henry M. Taber .docHenry M. Taber continues: “why will not Christian people investigate and find out for themselves (which they easily can), that the keeping of Sunday as a ‘holy Sabbath day,’ is wholly without warrant.”Faith or Fact, (Preface by Robert G. Ingersoll), p. 114.The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898S00089 Faith Or Fact H M Taber 1897.pdfThe Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898 Some history of Sabbath Change   S00089b Faith or Fact p 114  Henry M. Taber .docHenry M. Taber continues: “why will not Christian people investigate and find out for themselves (which they easily can), that the keeping of Sunday as a ‘holy Sabbath day,’ is wholly without warrant.”Faith or Fact, (Preface by Robert G. Ingersoll), p. 114.The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898S00089 Faith Or Fact H M Taber 1897.pdfThe Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898 Some history of Sabbath Change   S00089b Faith or Fact p 114  Henry M. Taber .docHenry M. Taber continues: “why will not Christian people investigate and find out for themselves (which they easily can), that the keeping of Sunday as a ‘holy Sabbath day,’ is wholly without warrant.”Faith or Fact, (Preface by Robert G. Ingersoll), p. 114.The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898S00089 Faith Or Fact H M Taber 1897.pdfThe Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898 Some history of Sabbath Change   S00089b Faith or Fact p 114  Henry M. Taber .docHenry M. Taber continues: “why will not Christian people investigate and find out for themselves (which they easily can), that the keeping of Sunday as a ‘holy Sabbath day,’ is wholly without warrant.”Faith or Fact, (Preface by Robert G. Ingersoll), p. 114.The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898S00089 Faith Or Fact H M Taber 1897.pdfThe Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898 Some history of Sabbath Change   S00089b Faith or Fact p 114  Henry M. Taber .docHenry M. Taber continues: “why will not Christian people investigate and find out for themselves (which they easily can), that the keeping of Sunday as a ‘holy Sabbath day,’ is wholly without warrant.”Faith or Fact, (Preface by Robert G. Ingersoll), p. 114.The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898S00089 Faith Or Fact H M Taber 1897.pdfThe Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898 Some history of Sabbath Change   The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898S00089 Faith Or Fact H M Taber 1897.pdfThe Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898 Some history of Sabbath Change   The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898 Some history of Sabbath Change   The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change  

 

S00089b Faith or Fact p 114  Henry M. Taber .docHenry M. Taber continues: “why will not Christian people investigate and find out for themselves (which they easily can), that the keeping of Sunday as a ‘holy Sabbath day,’ is wholly without warrant.”Faith or Fact, (Preface by Robert G. Ingersoll), p. 114.The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898S00089 Faith Or Fact H M Taber 1897.pdfThe Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898 Some history of Sabbath Change   S00089b Faith or Fact p 114  Henry M. Taber .docHenry M. Taber continues: “why will not Christian people investigate and find out for themselves (which they easily can), that the keeping of Sunday as a ‘holy Sabbath day,’ is wholly without warrant.”Faith or Fact, (Preface by Robert G. Ingersoll), p. 114.The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898S00089 Faith Or Fact H M Taber 1897.pdfThe Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898 Some history of Sabbath Change   S00089b Faith or Fact p 114  Henry M. Taber .docHenry M. Taber continues: “why will not Christian people investigate and find out for themselves (which they easily can), that the keeping of Sunday as a ‘holy Sabbath day,’ is wholly without warrant.”Faith or Fact, (Preface by Robert G. Ingersoll), p. 114.The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898S00089 Faith Or Fact H M Taber 1897.pdfThe Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898 Some history of Sabbath Change   S00089b Faith or Fact p 114  Henry M. Taber .docHenry M. Taber continues: “why will not Christian people investigate and find out for themselves (which they easily can), that the keeping of Sunday as a ‘holy Sabbath day,’ is wholly without warrant.”Faith or Fact, (Preface by Robert G. Ingersoll), p. 114.The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898S00089 Faith Or Fact H M Taber 1897.pdfThe Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898 Some history of Sabbath Change   S00089b Faith or Fact p 114  Henry M. Taber .docHenry M. Taber continues: “why will not Christian people investigate and find out for themselves (which they easily can), that the keeping of Sunday as a ‘holy Sabbath day,’ is wholly without warrant.”Faith or Fact, (Preface by Robert G. Ingersoll), p. 114.The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898S00089 Faith Or Fact H M Taber 1897.pdfThe Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898 Some history of Sabbath Change   S00089b Faith or Fact p 114  Henry M. Taber .docHenry M. Taber continues: “why will not Christian people investigate and find out for themselves (which they easily can), that the keeping of Sunday as a ‘holy Sabbath day,’ is wholly without warrant.”Faith or Fact, (Preface by Robert G. Ingersoll), p. 114.The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898S00089 Faith Or Fact H M Taber 1897.pdfThe Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898 Some history of Sabbath Change   The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898S00089 Faith Or Fact H M Taber 1897.pdfThe Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898 Some history of Sabbath Change   The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898 Some history of Sabbath Change   The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change  

 

S00089b Faith or Fact p 114  Henry M. Taber .docHenry M. Taber continues: “why will not Christian people investigate and find out for themselves (which they easily can), that the keeping of Sunday as a ‘holy Sabbath day,’ is wholly without warrant.”Faith or Fact, (Preface by Robert G. Ingersoll), p. 114.The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898S00089 Faith Or Fact H M Taber 1897.pdfThe Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898 Some history of Sabbath Change   S00089b Faith or Fact p 114  Henry M. Taber .docHenry M. Taber continues: “why will not Christian people investigate and find out for themselves (which they easily can), that the keeping of Sunday as a ‘holy Sabbath day,’ is wholly without warrant.”Faith or Fact, (Preface by Robert G. Ingersoll), p. 114.The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898S00089 Faith Or Fact H M Taber 1897.pdfThe Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898 Some history of Sabbath Change   S00089b Faith or Fact p 114  Henry M. Taber .docHenry M. Taber continues: “why will not Christian people investigate and find out for themselves (which they easily can), that the keeping of Sunday as a ‘holy Sabbath day,’ is wholly without warrant.”Faith or Fact, (Preface by Robert G. Ingersoll), p. 114.The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898S00089 Faith Or Fact H M Taber 1897.pdfThe Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898 Some history of Sabbath Change   S00089b Faith or Fact p 114  Henry M. Taber .docHenry M. Taber continues: “why will not Christian people investigate and find out for themselves (which they easily can), that the keeping of Sunday as a ‘holy Sabbath day,’ is wholly without warrant.”Faith or Fact, (Preface by Robert G. Ingersoll), p. 114.The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898S00089 Faith Or Fact H M Taber 1897.pdfThe Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898 Some history of Sabbath Change   S00089b Faith or Fact p 114  Henry M. Taber .docHenry M. Taber continues: “why will not Christian people investigate and find out for themselves (which they easily can), that the keeping of Sunday as a ‘holy Sabbath day,’ is wholly without warrant.”Faith or Fact, (Preface by Robert G. Ingersoll), p. 114.The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898S00089 Faith Or Fact H M Taber 1897.pdfThe Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898 Some history of Sabbath Change   The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898S00089 Faith Or Fact H M Taber 1897.pdfThe Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898 Some history of Sabbath Change   The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898 Some history of Sabbath Change   The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change  

 

S00089b Faith or Fact p 114  Henry M. Taber .docHenry M. Taber continues: “why will not Christian people investigate and find out for themselves (which they easily can), that the keeping of Sunday as a ‘holy Sabbath day,’ is wholly without warrant.”Faith or Fact, (Preface by Robert G. Ingersoll), p. 114.The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898S00089 Faith Or Fact H M Taber 1897.pdfThe Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898 Some history of Sabbath Change   S00089b Faith or Fact p 114  Henry M. Taber .docHenry M. Taber continues: “why will not Christian people investigate and find out for themselves (which they easily can), that the keeping of Sunday as a ‘holy Sabbath day,’ is wholly without warrant.”Faith or Fact, (Preface by Robert G. Ingersoll), p. 114.The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898S00089 Faith Or Fact H M Taber 1897.pdfThe Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898 Some history of Sabbath Change   S00089b Faith or Fact p 114  Henry M. Taber .docHenry M. Taber continues: “why will not Christian people investigate and find out for themselves (which they easily can), that the keeping of Sunday as a ‘holy Sabbath day,’ is wholly without warrant.”Faith or Fact, (Preface by Robert G. Ingersoll), p. 114.The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898S00089 Faith Or Fact H M Taber 1897.pdfThe Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898 Some history of Sabbath Change   S00089b Faith or Fact p 114  Henry M. Taber .docHenry M. Taber continues: “why will not Christian people investigate and find out for themselves (which they easily can), that the keeping of Sunday as a ‘holy Sabbath day,’ is wholly without warrant.”Faith or Fact, (Preface by Robert G. Ingersoll), p. 114.The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898S00089 Faith Or Fact H M Taber 1897.pdfThe Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898 Some history of Sabbath Change   The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898S00089 Faith Or Fact H M Taber 1897.pdfThe Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898 Some history of Sabbath Change   The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898 Some history of Sabbath Change   The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change  

 

S00089b Faith or Fact p 114  Henry M. Taber .docHenry M. Taber continues: “why will not Christian people investigate and find out for themselves (which they easily can), that the keeping of Sunday as a ‘holy Sabbath day,’ is wholly without warrant.”Faith or Fact, (Preface by Robert G. Ingersoll), p. 114.The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898S00089 Faith Or Fact H M Taber 1897.pdfThe Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898 Some history of Sabbath Change   S00089b Faith or Fact p 114  Henry M. Taber .docHenry M. Taber continues: “why will not Christian people investigate and find out for themselves (which they easily can), that the keeping of Sunday as a ‘holy Sabbath day,’ is wholly without warrant.”Faith or Fact, (Preface by Robert G. Ingersoll), p. 114.The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898S00089 Faith Or Fact H M Taber 1897.pdfThe Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898 Some history of Sabbath Change   S00089b Faith or Fact p 114  Henry M. Taber .docHenry M. Taber continues: “why will not Christian people investigate and find out for themselves (which they easily can), that the keeping of Sunday as a ‘holy Sabbath day,’ is wholly without warrant.”Faith or Fact, (Preface by Robert G. Ingersoll), p. 114.The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898S00089 Faith Or Fact H M Taber 1897.pdfThe Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898 Some history of Sabbath Change   The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898S00089 Faith Or Fact H M Taber 1897.pdfThe Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898 Some history of Sabbath Change   The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898 Some history of Sabbath Change   The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change  

 

S00089b Faith or Fact p 114  Henry M. Taber .docHenry M. Taber continues: “why will not Christian people investigate and find out for themselves (which they easily can), that the keeping of Sunday as a ‘holy Sabbath day,’ is wholly without warrant.”Faith or Fact, (Preface by Robert G. Ingersoll), p. 114.The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898S00089 Faith Or Fact H M Taber 1897.pdfThe Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898 Some history of Sabbath Change   S00089b Faith or Fact p 114  Henry M. Taber .docHenry M. Taber continues: “why will not Christian people investigate and find out for themselves (which they easily can), that the keeping of Sunday as a ‘holy Sabbath day,’ is wholly without warrant.”Faith or Fact, (Preface by Robert G. Ingersoll), p. 114.The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898S00089 Faith Or Fact H M Taber 1897.pdfThe Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898 Some history of Sabbath Change   The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898S00089 Faith Or Fact H M Taber 1897.pdfThe Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898 Some history of Sabbath Change   The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898 Some history of Sabbath Change   The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change  

 

S00089b Faith or Fact p 114  Henry M. Taber .docHenry M. Taber continues: “why will not Christian people investigate and find out for themselves (which they easily can), that the keeping of Sunday as a ‘holy Sabbath day,’ is wholly without warrant.”Faith or Fact, (Preface by Robert G. Ingersoll), p. 114.The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898S00089 Faith Or Fact H M Taber 1897.pdfThe Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898 Some history of Sabbath Change   The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898S00089 Faith Or Fact H M Taber 1897.pdfThe Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898 Some history of Sabbath Change   The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898 Some history of Sabbath Change   The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change  

 

The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898S00089 Faith Or Fact H M Taber 1897.pdfThe Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898 Some history of Sabbath Change   The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898 Some history of Sabbath Change   The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change  

 

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The Lords DayS00090 Later Gleanings W E  Gladstone 1898Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change  

 

Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change   Some history of Sabbath Change  

 

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