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Should Christians take part in Sporting events or go shopping on a Sunday?

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Should Christians take part in Sporting events or go shopping on a Sunday? There are many different views on whether Christians should not take part in sporting or go shopping on a Sunday. I believe the person should have the right to do what they want to do, but we all known that this is not the case. People are forced to do things that they don't want to do so the public will accept them. A Sunday is a day for which people should go out and enjoy themselves and do whatever they want. ...read more.

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These people are not able to go shopping or use the leisure centres facilities because local councils believe that Christians shouldn't take part in sporting events or to go shopping on a Sunday. After a hard week at work, people like to have a good time by playing football or other sporting events on a Sunday. Nowadays people can gamble or drink on a Sunday. Traditions have changed, as twenty years ago you wouldn't have been able to do this. ...read more.

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God made the world in 6days and set the Sabbath aside for rest. Many Christians still obey Gods commandments and would never consider breaking any of them, as they believe God will punish them after death. Conclusion Most Christians go to mass on a Sunday but after that they do what ever they like. They would go shopping or participate in sporting events even though it is the Sabbath day. I believe that going to mass on a Sunday is very important but you should be able to do whatever you want after mass. ...read more.

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