Several times throughout the Bible, God and various disciples implore the faithful to chill out one day of the week and worship the Creator. But only one restaurant chain has made the Fourth Commandment an operational sacrament. Not only does Atlanta-based Chick-fil-A require all 1,300 of the chicken chain’s corporate and franchised outlets to close on Sunday, it proudly tells friends and critics alike that there are “biblical business principles” the company holds sacred, of ...
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