Sabbath keepers bind 3 ceremonial Laws of Moses:

Seventh-day Adventists wrongly dismiss that "Sabbath day" is not the weekly Sabbath, but must agree that "food and drink" is a reference to the prohibition against eating pork or other unclean foods.

  1. The Jewish law against eating pork was abolished by Christ, yet Sabbatarians continue to enforce what they call, "the ceremonial law of Moses": Mk 7:18-19; 1 Tim 4:1-4; Rom 14:2; Acts 10:9-16
  2. The Jewish Sabbath was abolished in Col 2:14-16, yet Sabbatarians keep the Sabbath, which itself is the only ceremonial law of the 10 commandments.
  3. The Jewish law of Tithing is forbidden in 2 Cor 9, yet Sabbatarians practice tithing from "the ceremonial law of Moses".

Sabbatarians practice the forbidden and the abolished, and forbid that which is allowed!

Ceremonial law of Moses:

What the New Testament says:

What Sabbatarians practice:


Prohibited: 2 Cor 9:7

Practice Jewish tithing instead of freewill offerings.

Eating Pork

Permitted: Mk 7:18-19

Bind Jewish law forbidding the eating of pork instead of allowing any food to be eaten like in the time of Abraham.


Abolished: Col 2:14-16

Keep the Jewish Sabbath instead of keeping the Lord's day (1st day)


Sabbatarians are unaware the tithing 10 % is prohibited in the church by 2 Cor 9:7

"Each one must give as he has purposed in his heart, not grudgingly or under compulsion, for God loves a cheerful giver. " (2 Cor 9:7)
  1. There are two key verses that discuss Christians giving into a common church treasury: 1 Cor 16:1-2 and 2 Cor 9:7
  2. Freewill offerings is the only type of giving allowed into the church treasury.
  3. The phrase "as he has purposed in his heart, not grudgingly or under compulsion" clearly prohibits forced tithing of a pre-determine amount of 10%

Tithing prohibited in the church!


Freewill offerings: 2 Cor 9:7
(New Testament Christians)

Tithing: God decides for the Christian.

Freewill: God lets the Christian decide for himself.

Tithing: Nothing to purpose in the heart about how much to give. The amount is predetermined to be 10%.

"as he has purposed in his heart"

Freewill: The giver must determine the percentage he will give.

Tithing: Even if the Christian doesn't want to give 10%, God still expects him to do so, even grudgingly... the money MUST BE GIVEN even begrudgingly.

"not grudgingly"

Freewill: If you feel the slightest bit begrudged in giving, then God doesn't want you to give.

Tithing: The Christian is under compulsion to give. He has no choice, he must give 10% because that is what God requires.

"not under compulsion"

Freewill: If the Christian doesn't want to give anything, even if he could, he is not forced to give at all!


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