Sunday and Sabbath-keeping
Joseph A. Pipa, Jr. has been both a church pastor and theological professor. He is President and Professor of Historical and Systematic Theology at Greenville Presbyterian Theological Seminary in South Carolina and exercises a worldwide expositional ministry.
A splendid book... The church has needed this book. Use your
Sunday afternoons to read it!
This book is a well-argued defence of... the Fourth Commandment.-- Associated Presbyterian News
Scholarly, thorough and thought provoking are some of the comments that will help describe this new book.-- Roni Ben Tovi, CBJ November 1997
Written with the plainness and warmth of pastoral experience which will benefit... every believer.-- Walter J. Chantry
This book is eminently readable, and highlights the joy to be gained in 'a Sabbath well spent'.-- The Monthly Record
This book is eminently readable and will prove to be a great blessing to every thoughtful reader.-- The Covenanter Witness
It is a book that will appeal to those who are convinced that the Puritan expression of Sabbath keeping is the best way to use the day.-- Rev. J.F. Dunn English Churchman February 27 & March 6 1998
The basic principle of the book, the observance of the Lord's Day as a day of rest and remembrance, will be accepted by many older Christians, but needs to be worked out by some younger Christians.-- D E CLC Book Reviews May 1998