I watched this bald guy on 3ABN, I think his name is Doug Batchelor, he also has a show called Amazing Facts. He talks about bible prophecies and such things. Today he talked about sabbath. He said that the real sabbath is on Saturday. He said that this didn't change and that even Jesus kept the sabbath because after dying on Friday he rested on Saturday and came back on Sunday. He also quoted from a catholic encyclopedia which also admitted that the real sabbath is Saturday and that we only worship on Sunday because the church changed it. This means that the real sabbath is on Saturday, but most churches have services on Sunday, this is how it is. He then asked the question what happens if you worship God on Sunday and he said that the sabbath is a part of the 10 commandments. Then he quoted a verse from the bible which says if you break 1 law you break them all. And he used this to imply that if you do not worship on Saturday you break the 10 commandments. Since they have all the same value it doesn't matter if you kill somebody or if you break the sabbath and by saying this he implied that worshipping on the wrong day and not keeping the sabbath will make you go to hell because he said the penalty for breaking the commandments is death and it doesn't matter which commandment you break. Isn't this ridiculous? Then all christians which worship on Sunday are going to hell. And also all christians which break only 1 law go to hell... I think this guy doesn't understand the meaning of this verse which says when you break 1 law you break them all. What do you think about this? What do you think about this? He made it look like the ONLY option for a christian is to become a seventh day adventist, isn't this ridiculous? I'm not going to become an SDA even if they are right about the sabbath. The SDAs are wrong about many other things, to me they almost seem like a sect I'm not going to join them over this issue. I mean what's next? Christians are also not allowed to eat blood, does this mean I have to join the "Thou must not eat blood" Chapel or what? I'm somehow becoming suspicious of this 3ABN broadcast. Today I watched another show and it was about the very same topic. There was a guy from the military who was a catholic and then he found out that the sabbath is on Saturday and he said that he knew he has to become a seventh day adventist now and the host of the show said how awesome his testimony is and so on. And Doug Batchelor also said that he refused many jobs because he would not work on Saturday. Does this mean that a christian must under no circumstances work on the sabbath? Isn't this becoming legalistic again? Didn't Jesus say the sabbath is for man and not otherwise? I'm a bit confused over this issue but I have a feeling that the SDAs are making this way too much of an issue and trying to scare people that if they break the sabbath they break the 10 commandments and if they do this they go to hell, how silly is this? There is nobody who is able to keep the law. Batchelor also recommended a site called sabbathtruth.com which I now found out is a SDA site. I think I will not watch his show again. I thought he was alright but now I'm getting doubts. After all what does keeping the sabbath even mean? I mean Sunday is a day like any other day for me. I don't do anything special on this day. Since I don't have a church I'm at home anyway, so there's no big difference. What does God want us to do on Sunday? There are christians which do not even cook on Sunday. Is it not allowed to cook on Sunday?