Is sunday dinner a religous act of worship? if so, is there biblical text for it? or is it something esle?
I ask because my family never does sunday dinner.. we basically fended for ourselves on the weekends.. i come from a family of catholics. As a muslim i dont' do sunday dinners ....i cook whenever i want. my nephew is chrisitan and said he would be coming here for sunday dinners.. it got me to thinking, and wondering if it has a religious tie?
Answer by sahmamax2 at 7:50 PM on Nov. 19, 2009
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Answer by Hali_Taylor at 9:21 PM on Nov. 19, 2009
We do Sunday dinners. For us, it's a long standing British tradition which we modified somewhat when we moved to Canada. We don't have a roast all year round like we used to because it is way too hot here and we just don't want such a big meal. We also have our meal at supper time now. In Britain "dinner time" is midday, and the reason the main meal is at midday on Sunday has probably more to do the restricted opening hours at the Pub, than the Church. Although the Church is probably the reason for having two hours less drinking time on Sundays.
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