Rome's Challenge: Why Do Protestants Keep Sunday?

A series of four editorials.

These editorials were written by the editor of the Catholic Mirror of Baltimore, Maryland, USA during September 1893.

In these editorial the Roman church presents and open challenge to Protestantism to render to the Papacy an account of why they keep Sunday as a day of worship.

The writer takes the time to enumerate the Biblical position regarding the Biblical day of worship. Then while reminding Protestants that they took a stand of Sola Scriptura 'The Bible Only' when they protested against the Roman Church, he asks why they choose to retain the sacredness of Sunday, a tradition which the Papacy is proud to claim responsibility for and place above the Bible.

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