For instance, they say over and over again, like a broken record, they are saved by grace, yet have to keep the law or risk losing salvation. Isn’t this just twisting semantics? Isn’t this really saying they have to keep the law and sabbath in order to be saved? In other words, what happens if they quit keeping the sabbath? They lose salvation; they have to keep the sabbath in order to be saved; a false gospel.
They agree one is "dead to the law" yet still obligated to keep it. This is like saying you are freed from a marriage covenant should your mate die, but somehow you are still obligated to keep that marriage covenant with the dead person!
They claim the law remains inviolate down to jots and tittles, then claim some of the law is not required of them, and those points of law they do keep they alter way beyond jots and tittles.
You hear them say they are proclaiming the "truth" of the sabbath, but never the "truth" about Christ or the gospel.