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Historic Presbyterianism on "Holidays"

I. The Westminster Assembly's Directory of Public Worship (1640's):

"There is no day commanded in Scripture to be kept holy under the Gospel but the Lord's Day, which is the Christian Sabbath. Festival days, vulgarly called 'Holy-days,' having no warrant in the Word of God, are not to be continued."