In what way did the Gentile believers impact on which day of the week the believers’ met for worship in the early church? Was this significant? Why or why not?

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      Randall
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      Gentiles wanted to worship on the day of the week Christ was resurrected. This was significant because the Jews later changed their day of worship from the Sabbath (Saturday) to Sunday as well.

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      Jennifer
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      They worshipped on Sunday, the first day of the week. This was significant because it was not what was done by the Jews. It was another affirmation of the resurrection of Christ.

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      Cory
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      The impact was the Gentile believers met for worship on Sunday the first day of the week, the day they believed Christ rose the from the dead. Yes because the Jewish believers believed the Sabbath was from Friday night to Saturday night, this set them apart from other religious groups.

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