Why It Should Be The Sabbath And Not Sunday That Is ‘Important’ To The Church We suppose an importance of the Day, for the Church as for the believer’s individual life of faith. Through study of the Scriptures, contemplation and debate, the Christian Day of Worship-Rest has emerged and proved itself to those who devoted themselves to the research of it, an essential, integral and vital prerequisite for, and part and distinctive of the Christian Church and Faith. Immediately the question arises as to how it came about it is the Sunday and not the Sabbath that emerged the Day of Worship-Rest of the Christian Community? The dual answer to this question, the resurrection from the dead of Jesus Christ the Head of the Church on the First Day, and the outpouring of the Holy Spirit on the Body of the Church on the First Day, invariably follows most naturally. And this answer, it is always assumed first, is derived from the Scriptures and its record of the history of Jesus Christ on earth, which unequivocally tells us He rose from the dead on the First Day of the week, Sunday. Now these answers are accepted ample and authoritative to explain the importance of Sunday. But claim by this very same argumentation the Sabbath (the Seventh Day of the week) is indicated the Day of Worship-Rest of the Christian Faith, and it is rejected and judged a weak and beggarly principle! So, back to the Scriptures is the only option – which by the overwhelming majority of Sunday-resurrection proponents (both Sunday-keepers and Sabbath-keepers), is beforehand considered the preposterous demand of the ‘legalist pot-stirrer’! One needs no great imagination to form an idea of the immense difficulty facing an address of such biased tradition.