As R.C Sproul and even the Baptist Confession of Faith proves the 4th commandment as given by God in the actual Bible - points to Saturday, the 7th day - the "last day of the week". Baptist Confession of Faith. Section 22. Point 7. "From the beginning of the world to the resurrection of Christ this was the last day of the week" NONE of those authors goes around arguing that the Israel at Sinai - were all "keeping Sunday". They all admit that the Bible Sabbath is the 7th day - Saturday and Sunday is the FIRST day of the week. Impossible to miss. [FONT="]============================================ [/FONT] [FONT="] A recent video shows a Baptist Pastor agreeing with the Catholic Church claim that the 4th Commandment has been changed by man - and yet also agreeing with the Baptist Confession of Faith - not only about the change of the 4th commandment - but also the fact that the TEN commandments were given to mankind in Eden. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HO8kVXUQ3ZU The Catholic position on this topic appears to be something like this -- http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CrB21mc2fmI[/FONT] [FONT="]========================================================[/FONT] as “The Catholic church fully endorses the Sabbath commandment as edited by the Catholic Church" vs "the Catholic church fully endorsed the Sabbath commandment as worded by God at Sinai" The Faith Explained (an RC commentary on the Baltimore catechism post Vatican ii) states on Page 242 that (short summary) changing the Lord's day to Sunday was in the power of the church since "in the gospels ..Jesus confers upon his church the power to make laws in his name". [FONT="]page 243 "Nothing is said in the bible about the change of the Lord's day From Saturday to Sunday. We know of the change only from the tradition of the Church - a fact handed down to us...that is why we find so illogical the attitude of many Non-Catholics, who say that they will believe nothing unless they can find it in the bible and Yet will continue to keep Sunday as the Lord's day on the say-so of the Catholic church" [/FONT] [FONT="]============ Baptist Confession of Faith - agreement up to a point.[/FONT] Point 7 – Section 22 Baptist Confession of Faith. As it is the law of nature that in general a proportion of time, by God's appointment, should be set apart for the worship of God, so He has given in His Word a positive, moral and perpetual commandment, binding upon all men, in all ages to this effect. He has particularly appointed one day in seven for a Sabbath to be kept holy for Him. From the beginning of the world to the resurrection of Christ this was the last day of the week, and from the resurrection of Christ it was changed to the first day of the week and called the Lord's Day. This is to be continued until the end of the world as the Christian Sabbath, the observation of the last day of the week having been abolished.