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If you’re a defender of the Saturday Sabbath, consider this before commenting: The true Biblical Sabbath CANNOT be on Saturday (or any fixed day on the Roman calendar), as the Scriptures command Israelites to work on Aviv 10, Aviv 14 and Aviv 16; all of which fall on Saturday every few years.
Also, the Roman calendar had 8 days per week during Messiah’s life, with days that were named after letters of the alphabet. When they started the 7-day calendar later that century, Saturday was the 1st day of the week, not the last. It did not become the last day until the 4th century.
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