Insanely Brave Christian And Sabbath Keeper WWII Hero Saves 75 Lives On the Battlefield Without Ever Firing A Shot

Insanely Brave Christian And Sabbath Keeper WWII Hero Saves 75 Lives On the Battlefield Without Ever Firing A Shot

Desmond Doss, a Seventh-day Adventist, was able to find success and exhibit heroism on the battlefield as a military medic while simultaneously refusing to carry a weapon...
Desmond Doss, a Seventh-day Adventist, was able to find success and exhibit heroism on the battlefield as a military medic while simultaneously refusing to carry a weapon or kill anyone — personal pledges predicated upon his religious convictions. After enlisting in 1942, Doss felt working as a medic would allow him to live out his principles, specifically the Sixth Commandment banning killing others and the Fourth Commandment imploring him to honor the Sabbath; he saw healing people on that day as permissible, believing that “Christ healed on the Sabbath,” as The New York Times wrote in his obituary. Read more at Faithwire.com On Hollywood...

60+ Reasons To Keep The Biblical Sabbath

By Rob Roy, Messianic Publications I remember kicking against the 7th day (Saturday) Sabbath.[1]  I remember spending hours combing through the scriptures, looking for passages...
By Rob Roy, Messianic Publications I remember kicking against the 7th day (Saturday) Sabbath.[1]  I remember spending hours combing through the scriptures, looking for passages that would justify its not being binding on me today.  Sure it was established at creation.  Sure, it was one of the 10 commandments.  Sure, God said it would be a “perpetual” commandment, to be observed “forever” (Ex. 31:16-17). But I remember finding an ambiguous passage here, or a theological rationalization there that would satisfy me for the moment — but that would soon leave me thirsty, and unsatisfied, looking for more answers.  In the...