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Meet The Powerful Man Who Changed Sabbath From Saturday To Sunday and Christmas Date To December 25th

The Biblical Sabbath is observed on Saturday, the seventh day of the week. The early Church, as seen by the Bible’s lessons, kept the Sabbath day blessed (Ac 17:2; 18:4).

Why do most churches nowadays worship on Sunday?

The early Christian Church began in Jerusalem and eventually spread to Asia and Rome. The Romans’ trust was shattered as a result of this.

The Romans despised Jews who believed in Judaism and the unrivaled God, Jehovah. Jews were hesitant to acquiesce to Roman orders, using their faith as a defense.

To the Romans, Christianity appeared to be a branch of Judaism since it was a monotheistic religion that observed the Sabbath on the seventh day, just as Judaism did. They made a concerted effort to educate people about the differences between Christianity and Judaism, and they, like the Romans, saw Sunday as a day of love.×300&!3&btvi=1&fsb=1&xpc=Sd04kMcxbJ&p=https%3A//

Sunday was set aside for the worship of Mithra, the sun god, and Roman soldiers practiced Mithraism to a large extent. Around the time that Christianity began to spread throughout Rome, Mithra, the sun god, had been elevated to the position of benefactor divine of the heads and the dominion, and Mithraism had established itself as Rome’s most visible and well-known religion.

To avoid Roman mistreatment, the Church of Rome adopted Sunday as a day of worship, which was celebrated to honor Mithra.

Although Constantine spent much of his life as a pagan, he grew to appreciate Christianity in 312 and became the first Roman emperor to convert to Christianity. In the Roman Empire, he declared tolerance for Christianity. On his instructions, the Church of the Holy Sepulchre was built in Jerusalem, purportedly on the site of Jesus’ tomb, and was regarded as the holiest spot in all of Christendom.

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In the following century, Sunday became the authoritative day of love for the Catholic Church. Constantine issued the Edict of Milan, which acknowledged both his god Mithras and Christ, until his death. To avoid further political repercussions, Constantine finally opted on an announcement ordering a complete, public unwinding from work on Sunday.

How Sun(day) worshiping was transformed into the Christian day of worship.

Constantine’s dominance forced everyone in the Roman Empire to work on Sunday, and temples that had preserved the Sabbath had little choice but to follow the Church of Rome. This is where the practice of observing Sunday began, and it has continued to this day.

The official day of God’s love has been shifted to Sunday, the day of sun worshiping.

How Birthday Of Jesus was arrived at.×300&!4&btvi=2&fsb=1&xpc=BcpjOyFNrP&p=https%3A//

On the Gregorian calendar, Christmas is observed by the majority of Christians on December 25. However, early Christians did not commemorate Jesus’ birth, and no one knows for sure when he was born.

On December 25th every year, the Roman Empire commemorated the rebirth of Mithra, the Unconquered Sun. When Christianity became the empire’s official religion, the church in Rome began formally celebrating Christmas on the same date. The date was not widely acknowledged, and it was not until the 9th century that it became a major Christian feast.

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