Part two is broken into 10 sections. 1. Religion in Rome – A summary view of Roman religions during the time of Jesus. 2. The Jewish Sabbath – Strict Sabbathkeeping marked the Jews as unique. 3. The Sabbath Reformer – The Bible protrays Jesus as a revolutionary Sabbathkeeper. 4. Prophecy – Jesus predicted that His followers would be still be keeping the Sabbath at the time of the destruction of Jerusalem in 70 AD. 5. Christians and Jews – The two groups shared a view of a personal God and of the weekly Sabbath, but Christians found new meaning in the holy day. 6. The Christian Sabbath – Clear evidence for Christian observance of the seventh-day Sabbath in the first century AD. 7. Sundaykeepers – Second-century Christians in Alexandria and Rome begin observing the first day of the week instead of the Sabbath. 8. The Day of the Sun – Roman sun worship and its link to Christian Sunday observance. 9. Sunday Law – Emperor Constantine legalizes Sunday as the weekly day of rest in the Roman Empire. 10. The Sabbath Survives – Proof of seventh-day (Saturday) Sabbath observance into the middle of the fourth century.