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The fourth commandment of the Decalogue written by God and delivered to Moses on two tables of stone is given more emphasis than any other of the nine commandments. But the Christian world is divided as to the obligation of its literal observance . This book answers the pertinent question, "Which day shall I keep, and why?" It is a brief but comprehensive review of the history of the Sabbath from creation to the present time, showing when it was changed from the seventh to the first day of the week, and pointing out the uinscriptural authority for that change. The New Testament texts often presented for Sunday keeping are shown to have no validity, and the reader closes the book with the conviction that the seventh-day Sabbath is indeed God's sign and seal.