What is the Sunday law that Ron Wyatt prophesied about on his deathbed?


Clarify Share Report Asked January 25 2019 Mini Anonymous

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Mini Tim Maas Retired Quality Assurance Specialist with the U.S. Army
To my knowledge, the term "Sunday law" refers to the predicted institution of a legal requirement for everyone to observe the Sabbath on Sunday, thus infringing on the first-amendment rights of those who observe a seventh-day (that is, Saturday) Sabbath, and having significance in their view with respect to the occurrence of end-times events prophesied in the Bible. (Ron Wyatt, who died in 1999, was a Seventh-Day Adventist who I would say is primarily remembered for claiming to have discovered the remains of Noah's ark, as well as other sites or artifacts of biblical significance.)

January 25 2019 1 response Vote Up Share Report

Mini Ed Worthington
I find it very disturbing that Ron Wyatt, who claims to have found the Ark of the Covenent, would say that angels told him that we must keep the Law in order to be saved.At least this seems to be what Mr. Wyatt intrepeted the angles to say when they said the stone tablets would not be revealed to the world until the Sunday Laws regarding the day of worship are reversed by the anti-christ during the Tribulation.
The fact that Mr. Wyatt was a Seventh Day Adventist, a denomanation that meets on Saturdays and claims that one must keep the Law to be saved makes me doubt his discovery entirely. The whole New Testament Bible exclaimes over and over that trying to get to Heaven by keeping the Law makes the death and resurrection of Jesus Christ of no value which of course is a lie from the devil.

September 27 2022 1 response Vote Up Share Report

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