Why the BSA?
by Richard C. Nickels
The objectives of the BSA are two-fold: to promote the Sabbath, and to promote co-operation among Sabbath keepers. Let’s focus on the second of these two objectives.
It is not merely “nice” for Sabbath keepers to get to know of each other, occasionally work together, and (perish the thought!) dialog and share information with each other. Seriously, co-operation is critical, it is necessary, to the survival of Sabbatarians. This is true whether you are in a large organization or are an independent Sabbath keeper.
Never before has the Sabbath been under such a sustained attack from so many different sources. Current attacks on the family structure by homosexual activists are also attacks on the Sabbath. God’s seventh-day Sabbath is, after all, a family fellowship day, Exodus 20:10. The media, which includes most newspapers, television, music, movies, and the Internet, are laden with attacks on God and His Holy Sabbath…”
(this article is an excerpt from the January-February 2004 edition of the Sabbath Sentinel)
To read the rest of this article, which starts on page 4, click this link: http://biblesabbath.org/tss/505/tss_505.pdf