I believe that the New Testament does indicate that there should be a change from Saturday to Sunday, and that this change is explained in the book of Hebrews.  It is a complicated argument, and will require some thought and study before it is obvious to the reader.  I ask you not to dismiss it in a reactionary fashion but to think carefully about it.

Hebrews was written to Jewish Christians who were undergoing sharp persecution.  Their persecution had disillusioned them somewhat, and at least some of their number were considering abandoning Christianity and returning to Judaism.  The writer to the Hebrews warns them not to do so, and labors to show them the superiority of Christ over everything in the old, Mosaic economy, how he fulfills the things prefigured by Moses, and how Christianity replaces the old Jewish religion.  The book presents lengthy and complex arguments.  It is within this context that he deals with the Sabbath.

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