SIMI VALLEY, Calif.--A debate of sorts is featured on the www.blowthetrumpet.org Web site. When John Ritenbaugh, pastor of the Church of the Great God, delivered a sermon arguing that it is acceptable for a Christian to eat in a restaurant on the Sabbath--and in doing so criticized a booklet called A Sabbath Test produced by the Blow the Trumpet ministry--the people at Blow the Trumpet considered Mr. Ritenbaugh's sermon a challenge.
As a result, the ministry, founded by Dennis Fischer in 2004, has posted a rebuttal to Mr. Ritenbaugh's points.
The refutation, written by Mr. Fischer and Art Braidic, argues that Christians should not eat out in restaurants on the Sabbath.
To read both sides of the argument go to tinyurl.com/5nvfcq. For more information about Blow the Trumpet write email@example.com or P.O. Box 940014, Simi Valley, Calif. 93094, U.S.A.
To contact Mr. Ritenbaugh's Church of the Great God, visit cgg.org or write 10409 Barberville Rd., Fort Mill, S.C. 29707, U.S.A.