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  • noun The principles and practices of a Sabbatarian or Sabbatarians.
  • noun The observance of the Sabbath or Sabbath observance, the keeping of the Sabbath or Sabbathkeeping (Sabbath-keeping).


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  • The United States wrestled with Sabbatarianism through the latter half of the 19th century and well into the 20th century, but by the 1950s, the Puritan Sunday had given way to enormous pressures for leisure, entertainment, commerce and sports.

    mjh's blog — 2007 — June

  • Sabbatarianism, though considerably worn away, is still influential enough to produce a general appearance of Sabbath observance.

    The Hawaiian Archipelago

  • One of the notable features of the age was the Sabbatarianism which forbade not only drink and games but even secular reading on

    Dictionary of the History of Ideas

  • Sabbatarianism appeared within the bounds of the association at an early date and Seventh-day Baptist churches were formed (1705 onward).

    Encyclopaedia Britannica, 11th Edition, Volume 3, Part 1, Slice 3 "Banks" to "Bassoon"

  • Lord Ashley was a well-known philanthropist, and his consistent support and patronage of many religious and charitable societies had naturally given him popularity among the Protestant clergy of all denominations, -- a popularity heightened in the case of the Evangelical and Calvinistic ministers by his Lordship's strict Sabbatarianism and his belief in cold dinners on

    The Atlantic Monthly, Volume 12, No. 71, September, 1863

  • His name is not even mentioned here, and when it is mentioned in these years is too often coupled with tasteless gibes at Lord Shaftesbury's proclivities and Sabbatarianism.

    Mr. Punch`s history of modern England, Volume I -- 1841-1857

  • A whole book has been written on his attitude towards the Church; in another section of this chronicle I have dealt at some length with his hostility to Pluralism, Sabbatarianism, Ritualism, and endeavoured to show how a generally tolerant and "hang theology" attitude was in the early 'fifties exchanged for one of fierce anti-Vaticanism.

    Mr. Punch`s history of modern England, Volume I -- 1841-1857

  • Punch's views on their recreations, therefore, were necessarily governed by his views on Sunday observance, Sunday trading and Sabbatarianism generally.

    Mr. Punch`s history of modern England, Volume I -- 1841-1857

  • Sabbatarianism, with the Lord's Day Alliance, a Canadian invention, in the van; then the gradual tightening of the laws against sexual irregularity, with the unenforceable New York Adultery Act as a typical product; and lastly, the general ploughing up and emotional discussion of sexual matters, with compulsory instruction in "sex hygiene" as its mildest manifestation and the mediaeval fury of the vice crusade as its worst.

    A Book of Prefaces

  • In America the Baptists who profess Sabbatarianism are known as Seventh-Day Baptists.

    The Catholic Encyclopedia, Volume 13: Revelation-Stock


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