Is the Sabbath still relevant?

Once upon a time, in a little land called America, the Sabbath was a day of rest. Shops closed. Church bells rang. Girls in white stockings and patent-leather shoes and boys with slicked-down hair and stiff white collars marched off to church with their parents.

Sometimes they went to church twice a day. Afternoons were reserved for family dinners and Bible study.

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