***Assuming God exists***, and that the Bible is factual, which day is the real Sabbath. Mainstream Christianity has been worshiping on Sunday since the 800s. However, the Bible says the Sabbath is on Saturday, the seventh day of the week.
Arguments for Sunday: When Jesus died on the cross, He abolished the Old Testament (OT) laws. Thus, the law indicating worship on Saturday has been abolished as well, and we worship on Sunday to remember His ressurection.
Arguments for Saturday: The Sabbath was created on the seventh day of Creation, when God rested and sanctified it. It was a 'law' long before Moses recieved the 10 Commandments or wrote down the 600-and-some other laws, the very laws abolished by Christ's sacrifice. Jesus was known to teach and worship on the seventh day, as were all his desciples thereafter. And since the seven-day week has been special to some people (as there were righteous people all throughout history until Christ, and then the Jews have kept pretty good tabs on things), we can assume the seventh day of the week hasn't been changed over time.
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