Signs of the Times

The Reverend D. W. Storkey in The Evening StarDunedin, New Zealand

I don't believe that a picnic, if it is honouring to God on a Saturday, can in itself be dishonouring on a Sunday. I don't think even the ancient commandment not to work on the Sabbath necessarily implied not to play. . . . I do have a feeling, however, that our Sundays need to be guarded against increasing secularism, lest they disappear altogether. Organized activity, especially, makes worship difficult for many, and robs many of a day of rest.

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