Original title: 100 Facts on the Sabbath Question
Subject/Genre: The Sabbath Question
Publisher: Northwestern Publishing Association
Edition: 2nd edition, 2013
Items in set: Pack of 100
Additional features: 4-fold (Double Parallel)
Why keep the Sabbath day? What is the object of Sabbath? When was it made, who made it, and for whom? Which day is the true Sabbath?
Many keep the first day of the week (Sunday), what Bible authority have they for this?
Here are the facts about both days as plainly stated in the Word of God.
All about the Bible Sabbath for today, This beautifully illustrated 32-page magazine traces the Sabbath from creation, through the Sinai experience of the Israelite people, and to the time of Christ. The Sabbath in the New Testament church is thoroughly covered as well as the change in popular practice from Sabbath keeping to Sunday keeping. There is even an article on how the Sabbath may be kept. While the materials were gathered from several sources, the magazine was first published in November 1998.
Author: W. S. Jesske & V. Ferrel
Publisher: Harvestime Books
Size: 4.2 x 6.75 inches
Part 1. The heart-gripping story of how a colony of men and women exiled to the far-away land of the Kirghiz, discovered a remarkable fact—which saved them from death. This is a true story which occurred over forty years ago in eastern Siberia.
Part 2. The Sabbath in the Bible and History. Historical facts.
Author: Alonzo T. Jones
Publisher: Teach Services INC
Size: 5.25x8.25 inches
In 1883, a $500 prize was offered for the best essay adapted to counteract "the numerous and powerful influences constantly active in drawing professed Christians into fatal conformity with the world, both in spirit and practice." The theme of the essay was "The Perpetual Obligation of the Lord's Day." The winning essay, titled The Abiding Sabbath by Reverend George Elliot, appeared in 1884 and was issued from the press of the American Tract Society in the winter of 1884-85 in the form of a 280-page book.
Another essay, this time with a $1,000 prize, was awarded to Professor A. E. Waffle of Pennsylvania. The 418-page essay, titled The Lord's Day; Its Universal and Perpetual Obligation, was approved by the board of the union and was printed and copyrighted by the union in 1885.
These two authoritative discussions of the question as to why Sunday should be kept as the "true Sabbath" are strongly refuted in this book by Adventist pioneer Alonzo T. Jones.