Links to external sites:

[APFN's page on the SSN]

[Kent Hovind's Youtube Channel] The best information on end times prophecy, the Bible and Creation Science.

[Understanding the end times]

[Gene McArthur's fight to get a crop duster's license without an SSN]

[The Religious Freedom Restoration Act]

[International Society for Individual Liberty] Against the SSN but for economic reasons, not religious beliefs.

The evils of tyranny are rarely seen but by him who resists it.
John Hay - Castilian Days, II, 1872

Is making Sunday the Sabbath the Mark?

What day is the Sabbath? What about celebrating the holidays of Christmas and Easter?

There are those who say that the Mark of the Beast is the "mark" of keeping Sunday the Sabbath (when according to them it should be Saturday) and that celebrating Christmas and Easter are pagen holidays. The problem with this idea is that it does not fit scripture. It's very clear scripture says "no man shall buy or sell" without the mark. Well neither of these behaviors fit. You can buy, or not buy on any day of the year. You can choose to work, or not work on Christmas or Easter or not. The laws of the US specifically have recognized that if a person does not want to work on Saturday due to religious conviction, the employeer can't make them. Or they can refuse to work on Christmas or Easter and it's honored. So it doesn't fit the prophesy. But try to work without an SSN and you will find a different situation.

Additionally, look at Saturday. It's Saturns day. Saturn, the Roman God. And Sunday is "the Sun's day" or Baal's day. So both of them would be acknowledging a god other than the One. The 7th day is the Sabbath by whatever name you call it, and you should keep the 7th day Holy. But Sunday worship is not the Mark of the Beast because:
  • refusing to work on one day or the other due to religious conviction is protected by law.
  • there is no "Sunday Law" coming or even being discussed.
  • there is no 666 associated with Sunday worship.
  • there is nothing in your hand or head regarding Sunday worship.

I agree Sunday worship may not honoring the 3rd/4th Commandment, but it is not the Mark of the Beast.