«And in the Seventh Day» expounds the actual import of the traditional, «fourth commandment» reference to God the Almighty's having «rested» in the seventh day and explains Jesus Christ's apparent disregard for this precept's sabbath day prohibition of work. Indeed, in its clear and consistent resolution of these matters, «And in the Seventh Day» is without modern precedent, exposing the «fourth commandment» as having irrefutable promise of hope for all people, as well as an enduring reminder of the challenge: «Anything whatever you wish that people would do to you, you do likewise to them.»
New York, Bern, Frankfurt/M., Paris, 1987. XVI, 242 pp.
Contents: Instead of «rest», for the sake of inactivity, on a specified day of the week, the meaning of the «fourth commandment»
must be: «Anything whatever you wish that people would do to you, you do likewise to them». Concerned principally with
God's having «rested» in the seventh day, «And in the Seventh Day» exposes the greatest of all hopes for all people, everywhere.