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The Reformation has never ended. It is just beginning.
"Not in word only,
but in power"
1 Cor. 4:20
Religion and Sunday are by habit of mind inextricably connected.
To break away from a particular method of observing Sunday is commonly regarded as the outward and visible sign of “back sliding.” (Or Even Worse)
But neither by Christians nor by their heathen neighbors was the first day of the week observed as a holiday, nor as a day of not working.
The world’s business went forward on that day just as on other days.
The “church” made no effort to persuade the world to recognize a special day of rest.
From A.D. 321 onwards, the position was altered.
After his “conversion,” Constantine decreed a general cessation of labor in the towns “on the venerable day of the Sun.”
When the Church was Young
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