Lunar Sabbatarians DO observe the seventh day of the week as the Sabbath. We just don’t observe the
pagan/papal calendar week; we observe the seventh day of the calendar established at Creation.
There are two reasons behind this objection: 1) the objector believes that Satyrday is the Sabbath. 2) the objector
believes that the Sabbath is every seventh day in an unbroken cycle of seven day weeks all the way back to
Creation. Here is the solution to this matter. Ask the one offering you this objection to simply answer two easy
1. Where in Scripture does it say that Satyrday is the Sabbath?
2. Where in Scripture does it say that the Sabbath is every seventh day in an unbroken cycle of seven day weeks
all the way back to Creation?
Answer these two questions, and this issue goes away. Most "believers" recognize Scripture as the final arbiter of
truth. Most satyrday sabbatarians have been taught that satyrday is the Sabbath of Creation, but they have NEVER
been given a text in Scripture that says this, and no one will EVER find one because it is not there. Most satyrday
sabbatarians do not understand that satyrday is the seventh day of the week by the sole virtue of Emporer
Constantine. The pagan seven day planetary week that was adopted by Rome in 321 A.D. looked like this: saturn’s
day, sun’s day, moon’s day, mars’ day, mercury’s day, jupiter’s day, venus’ day. Here is a pencil sketch of a clay
calendar tablet from the first century.
The pagan god saturn terrified the ancient pagans. He was a cruel and oppressive god so in order to pacify,
placate him, he was given #1 status, naming the first day of the week after him. Saturn was the first day of the week
from at least 600 B.C. In 321 A.D. Rome worshipped Mithra, the Persian version of the pagan sun god. Whoever is
in charge, is in charge of the calendar. Constantine is universally given credit for "venerating the day of the sun",
but no one tells you EXACTLY what that means. I will be honest with the evidence where others have demurred.
In order to keep their sun god from being #2 to saturn, Constantine venerated the day of the sun, elevating the day
of the sun to the #1 position of the seven day pagan planetary week (the one in use today), moving up all the days
of the week by one column, bumping saturn's day from the first to the end of the line.
So, yes, satyrday is now the seventh day of the pagan planetary week that was adopted by pagan/papal Rome. But
satyrday is not the seventh day of the heavenly Father's calendar, and it CERTAINLY is not the seventh day of the
week if you count backward to Creation. It has only been the seventh day of the week since 321 A.D., and not a
1. The Lunar Sabbath completely destroys Seventh-day Sabbath keeping.
Objections to the Calendar of Creation: