History's Greatest Hoax (Signs of the Times) by Pacific Press

Publisher: Pacific Press

Product Code: MS-HGH

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This attractive, affordable, full-color magazine presents powerful biblical lessons in a direct and captivating way about the Lord's holy day and why people worship on Sunday instead of Saturday.

You can give them away as gifts at your outreach or community health seminars … or just take them door to door with you! Leave Signs of the Times Magazine in medical offices, beauty salons, auto repair waiting areas, fast-food restaurants, bus stops, barbershops … the possibilities are endless!

Content:
  • The Original Sabbath
  • From Saturday to Sunday
  • Sunday in the New Testament

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04/14/2014
sprespect
Ooltewah, TN

Great pamphlet for sharing

This magazine-style pamphlet explains the history of how Sabbath worship was incorrectly changed from Saturday to Sunday and gives Biblical references to the seventh day Sabbath. I bought several to share with family and friends. This is very informative, Biblically based, and non-threatening for those who don't yet understand the seventh day Sabbath.

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01/08/2013
VA T.
Salem, VA

hard hitting

I buy these to pass out to my customers, but this one requires that I introduce the Sabbath in a nonthreatening matter first. This is hard hitting and thus will offend without a solid understanding of the Sabbath first. It is a great followup, but I fear not as useful as I had hoped in my situation.

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09/26/2012
Brian
Amsterdam, New York

This is a real blessing!

I bought this to share with others so they can learn the Biblical TRUTH about the Sabbath. I pray it will be a blessing for them.

History's Greatest Hoax (Signs of the Times) by Pacific Press