There is a growing call from atheists, evolutionists and environmentalists, through to political and religious leaders, for the world to keep a ‘green sabbath’ based on the claim that the world needs a rest from human exploitation and degradation. A ‘sabbath’ has been at the forefront of Pope Francis’ priorities since he presented his encyclical – Laudato si – in 2015.
The booklet, Some Right Reasons: But the Wrong Day, traces this movement and documents the history of the change of the Sabbath Day from Saturday to Sunday from the early days of the Christian Church up until now. It asks and answers the question Which day does the Bible say is the Sabbath? It’s an excellent booklet to give-a-way to anyone who is asking the question Does the earth need a weekly day of rest?