Sabbath and Sunday among the Earliest Christians, Second Edition
When Was the Day of Public Worship?
Imprint: Resource Publications
"David Brattston covers much of the material in several of my writings and reaches the same conclusions. The uniform and overwhelming testimony of early Christian writings is that Christians distinguished the Sabbath from the Lord's day, did not keep the Sabbath as a matter of obligation, and met for worship on the first day of the week (Sunday). Sabbath and Lord's day were two different kinds of days--a day of rest versus a day of Christian assembly."
--Everett Ferguson, Professor Emeritus, Abilene Christian University
"This booklet which traces available evidence for attitudes towards Sunday and Sabbath in early Christianity is packed with detail and careful argument and warrants a place on the shelf for all who want to address the issues seriously."
--William Loader, Emeritus Professor, Murdoch University, Western Australia