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The United States Supreme Court will hear oral arguments on April 18 over whether a Christian postal worker has a religious right not to deliver mail on Sundays. Though most evangelicals did not object when the US Postal Service started delivering Amazon packages on the first day of the week, there is a long history of Christian opposition to Sunday mail.
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