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In the bewildering tumult of many opposing ideas, different claims against the Biblical lunar Sabbath have been made. Most of these are due simply to a lack of knowledge and understanding of the truth.

Everyone has inherited errors and traditions handed down from paganized Christianity. However, Scripture reveals its secrets to every Searcher for Truth. None need remain in confusion and error. This article answers 7 common objections raised against the Biblical Lunar Sabbath.

Truth does not contradict itself. When all around is confusion and chaos, Truth alone stands unassailable.

open bibleIn the bewildering tumult of many opposing ideas, different claims against the Biblical lunar Sabbath have been made. Most of these are due simply to a lack of knowledge and understanding of the truth.

Everyone has inherited errors and traditions handed down from paganized Christianity. However, Scripture reveals its secrets to every Searcher for Truth. None need remain in confusion and error.
Following are 7 common objections raised against the Biblical Lunar Sabbath, and their respective Answers.

OBJECTION #1: “Lunar Sabbatarians don’t count some days of the week. Their calendar is full of non-days!”

ANSWER: There is no such thing as a “non-day” or a “blank day.” All time must be accounted for and the Biblical luni-solar calendar does not leave any time out. Solar and luni-solar calendars both use the rotation of the earth around the sun to calculate the year. Because the solar year is 365.25 days long, the extra time is accounted for on the Gregorian calendar by adding in a leap day. This “leap” day is February 29 and occurs every four years.

On Solar calendars, the months are of arbitrary length and are not anchored to anything in nature. The Biblical luni-solar calendar, on the other hand, ties its months to the cycles of the moon. A lunation, like the solar year, is not a round number. A lunation contains 29.5 days. Because of this, some months have 29 days and other months have 30 days.

On a lunation of 30 days, the 30th day comes between the last seventh-day Sabbath of the month and the next month’s New Moon day. It is not part of the weekly cycle but it is NOT a “blank” day. It has a date within the monthly cycle.