This is what ends up happening with the Sabbath question all the time. The requirements for Sabbath keeping must come from scripture alone. Not from subjective guessing. The verses quoted by some stated that God said the SEVENTH DAY (Saturday) was the Sabbath. The Sabbath was a LAW, not a principle layed down about resting "one in seven." No where in scripture was this to be violated! Therefore it is reading into scripture to say that the Sabbath has been changed to Sunday. So let the Sabbath stay where it was given: to the people of Israel under the Old Covenant. If we try to bring it into the New Covenant without scriptural consent and impose it on the "one new man" the Church composed of Jew and Gentile, we confuse exegesis with eisegisis. The Seventh Day Adventists stand by and laugh at our inconsistency on the Sabbath. (May they be rebuked for their heretical teachings.) If you try to obey the Sabbath under the New Covenant, the Old Testament rules become impossible to keep so we try to change the Old Testament rules for the Sabbath for ourselves under the New. How are the folks in the far North to keep Sabbath according to scripture? (sundown to sundown) The sun doesn't set for 6 months! This law was for a Physical people in a physical land. We try to downplay the distance restrictions, the death penalty for violation, the cooking restrictions,etc etc just because we think we are required to keep it today. If we are to keep it today then don't change any of the laws regarding it!! We are free to keep a day or not keep a day as unto the Lord. Soli Deo Gloria.