As in the example before us; there was nothing inwardly and essentially good in the seventh day that it should be peculiarly set aside for the service of God; at the same time the worship of God is the first rule of the great law of nature. Nor was the Sabbath of universal observance, for the few statements of Josephus, Philo, and Clement of Alexandria, which will be ... was a part of the moral law, perceived not that their position was untenable if they adhered to the strict INTRoDUCTION.
|Title||:||The History and Obligation of the Sabbath. A Dissertation which Obtained the Hulsean Prize for 1843|
|Author||:||Charles John ELLICOTT (Bishop of Gloucester and Bristol.)|