Tonga Puts An End To Sunday Baking

Posted: May 24, 2016 in Uncategorized
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Bakeries in Tonga will soon no longer be able to open on Sundays after the government sided with churches.

Technically, they’ve never been allowed to open because the constitution makes clear that Sundays are off limits for commercial business: “The Sabbath Day shall be kept holy in Tonga and no person shall practise his trade or profession or conduct any commercial undertaking on the Sabbath Day,” it reads.

But that’s been rarely observed since a cyclone in 1982 when bakeries opened to provide emergency food.

Church leaders finally had enough this year and called on the Tongan government to restore Sundays to a sacred day. And that’s exactly what will happen from July 3.

Local bakeries, which had been pushing for a public vote on the issue, say the decision will lead to job losses.

The government has exempted restaurants from the ban, saying tourists expect to be able to buy food on a Sunday.


And let it be remembered, it is the boast of Rome that she never changes. The principles of Gregory VII and Innocent III are still the principles of the Roman Catholic Church. And had she but the power, she would put them in practice with as much vigor now as in past centuries. Protestants little know what they are doing when they propose to accept the aid of Rome in the work of Sunday exaltation. While they are bent upon the accomplishment of their purpose, Rome is aiming to re-establish her power, to recover her lost supremacy. Let the principle once be established in the United States that the church may employ or control the power of the state; that religious observances may be enforced by secular laws; in short, that the authority of church and state is to dominate the conscience, and the triumph of Rome in this country is assured.—Great Controversy pg. 581


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