In one of the posts by the Gertard you'll see a bunch of text:
"I know that MANY say Jesus did away with the ten commandments. They say that by leading a sinless life, He fulfilled them for us. Although it is true that Jesus lead a sinless life (Heb 4:15), does that mean He wanted us to continue in sin? What did Jesus teach about each of the ten commandments?"
Google that whole quote and you'll find and exact match to a Dr. Bob Theil site that no longer can be found by Google.
In the line of threads people make comments about Gertard's typing abilities, yet no where does Gertard correct the inflated perception, nor does he ever acknowledge that was he c&p was from Dr. Bob Theil's writings.
Anyone acknowleges that it's important to study the bible for teachings. And Gertard perpetuates the inflated myth by another uncredited c&p later on.
"...The word "Sunday" does not even appear in literal Bible translations. We do find the phrase "first day of the week" in the New Testament, but this occurs just eight times. Five of those references (Matthew 28:1; Mark 16:1-2; Mark 16:9; Luke 24:1; John 20:1) describe Mary Magdalene and others coming to the tomb AFTER Christ's resurrection. Jesus was resurrected Saturday evening—NOT Sunday morning. So those references have nothing to do with observing the day of Christ's resurrection!" is from http://www.tomorrowsworld.org/cgi-bin/tw/booklets/tw-bk.cgi?category=Booklets1&item=1104414149
And lastly Gertard the "expert" points everyone to look to "scripture" for validation, while he c&p information that's not from biblical sources and allows people to think their his own.
It's call being a fraud. Case closed.