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Author: Homes, Nathanael, 1599-1678.
Title: An essay concerning the Sabbath, or, The Sabbath-days rest from controversie wherein is asserted that our Christian Sabbath, Lords-day, or Sunday is the very same day of the week which was anciently observed by the Jews and Gentiles for the solemn day of their solemn weekly worship, before Israels coming out of Ægypt and after that by gentiles : prefaced, with an introduction thereunto touching the true meaning of Gen. 2 v, 2, 3 / by N. Homes.
Publication Info: Ann Arbor, Michigan: University of Michigan, Digital Library Production Service
2012 November (TCP phase 2)
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Print source: An essay concerning the Sabbath, or, The Sabbath-days rest from controversie wherein is asserted that our Christian Sabbath, Lords-day, or Sunday is the very same day of the week which was anciently observed by the Jews and Gentiles for the solemn day of their solemn weekly worship, before Israels coming out of Ægypt and after that by gentiles : prefaced, with an introduction thereunto touching the true meaning of Gen. 2 v, 2, 3 / by N. Homes.
Homes, Nathanael, 1599-1678.

London: Printed for the author, 1673.
Notes:
Epistle to the reader signed: Nathanael Homes.
Reproduction of original in the Harvard University Library.
Subject terms:
Sunday.
Sabbath.
URL: http://name.umdl.umich.edu/A44280.0001.001

Contents
errata
title page
THE EPISTLE TO THE Reader.
THE INTRODUCTION Concerning the ESSAY Touching the SABBATH.
CAPITULUM I.
CAP. 2.
CAP. 2.
CAP. III.
CAP. IV.
CAP. V.
CAP. VI.
THE Sunday-Sabbath's Rest FROM CONTROVERSIES.
CHAP. I. Of the Thesis or Position.
Section I.
Sect. II.
Sect. 3.
CHAP. II. Of the Natural and Artificial day.
Sect. 1.
Sect. 2.
CAP. III. Of the ancient beginning of the Natural day.
Sect. 1.
Sect. 2.
CAP. IV. Of the change of the beginning of the Natural Day, and the Effect thereof.
Sect. 1.
Sect. 2.
Sect. 3.
Sect. 4.
CHAP. V. The reason why Gen. 1. Of every days work it is said, The Evening and the morning made one day, the Evening being put before the Mor∣ning; contrary to our Asser∣tion. CHAP. 3. And §. 1. In giving the reason whereof, is set forth the true Nature of those Six days wherein God Created the World.
Sect. 1.
CAP. VI. Of the Reason why the Jews must change the beginning of the Day (as aforesaid:) and so of the Day from our Sunday, or Lord's-day to the Jews Saturday (as they commonly call it).
Sect. 1.
Sect. 2.
CAP. VII. Touching the Ancient Sunday, and the observation thereof, by Jews and Heathens, be∣fore Israels deliverence out of Aegypt.
Sect. I.
Sect. 2.
CHAP. VIII. Proving that the Heathen Gen∣tiles did of old in all Coun∣tries, and Generations Wor∣ship the Sun.
Sect. 1.
CHAP. IX. Proving that our SUN-DAY or LORD'S-DAY was, with the Heathen Gentiles, the SEVENTH day of the Week, for their solemn day of Worship, and is continued with us Christians, to be our weekly SEVENTH day of solemn Worship.
Sect. 1.
Sect. 2.
Sect. 3.
A DIAGRAM, OR Representation, as to the Eye, of the Summe and Design of the whole Treatise preceding.
CHAP. X.
THE PREFACE To the said DIAGRAM.
The Diagram, or Representation
CHAP. XI. Of the Deductions from the whole of the foresaid Chap∣ters, as genuin Conclusions from the said Premises.
Sect. 1.
The Close.