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A Vindication of the Seventh-Day Sabbath

and the Commandments of God: with a further history of God's Peculiar People, from 1847 to 1848

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Author: Joseph Bates
Published: 1848
Language: English
Wordcount: 48,287 / 141 pg
Flesch-Kincaid Reading Ease: 73.2
LoC Category: BL
Downloads: 419
Added to site: 2009.11.24
mnybks.net#: 25880
Genre: Religion
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, Joseph Turner and Barnabas, and perhaps two others; besides what has been teeming from the Advent Harbinger, in the negative. Now, I do not re-examine Turner and Barnabas, because they have not been ably replied to by J. Croffut, J. B. Cook and C. Stowe of N. H., but because I see the necessity of taking up the subject in a different form, without being restricted, as all generally are, who write for papers. Another important point which governs me, is, that all the little flock may understand the true bearings of the subject, for there are undoubtedly a great many that do not see the Bible Advocate, and because I felt like taking a part in this great subject, in which I feel deeply interested, and I see from the commencement that I was excluded from that paper, by the statement that C. Stowe would cover the whole ground in the affirmative. I furthermore perceived there were additional objections to their unscriptural views, which continued to be presented to my mind.

JOSEPH TURNER in attempting to p

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