The shift of the Sabbath from Saturday to Sunday is primarily associated with the early Christian tradition. While Jesus and his disciples were Jews who observed the Sabbath on Saturday, the change occurred in the early Christian community in recognition of the resurrection of Jesus.
The shift to Sunday is often attributed to the belief that Jesus rose from the dead on a Sunday, the first day of the week. This led early Christians to gather for worship on Sundays, referred to as the Lord’s Day, in commemoration of the Resurrection. The practice of observing Sunday as the day of worship gradually became more widespread within the Christian community.…See More