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As I have read the bible several times, I would like to know why Christians
Think is not a sin to work on Sunday, or Why priest, preachers, and pastors, after Church service, it is ok to go eat at local Restaurant, which is supporting others having to work on Sunday. ( sabbath ).?

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closed as too broad by wax eagle Aug 18 '13 at 11:13

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Where is your question? – Double U Aug 18 '13 at 1:13
I think this answer may address your question. – Flimzy Aug 18 '13 at 2:27
uhhh. The Sabbath is the last day of the week. Last time I checked, that was Saturday... You might want to check Flimzy's link above, and maybe rethink your question, since it's based on a false assumption an all. – David Aug 18 '13 at 3:09
The Sabbath is the last day of the week as David said, more info here - – HelloWorld Aug 18 '13 at 17:55

It's an issue that many people are divided over. Some people reference the fact that Jesus "worked" on the Sabbath...healing people...picking therefore they can do "whatever" they want on Sunday too.

I've also heard people say that it doesn't matter anymore because Jesus doesn't specifically restate it in the New Testament. Not sure that would hold up real well if you analysed the text but just throwing it out there.

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Welcome to the site! I'd invite you to read the help page, as well as these posts: What makes a good, supported answer? – David Aug 18 '13 at 3:12
Ooops. I guess I should have read that first. Thanks for the heads up :) – codedude Aug 18 '13 at 3:27

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