Now that the question has been asked, about why
the anti-Sunday-school crowd is against it, I'm gonna go nuts until I remember what I've read on it. I've forgotten. Thbbbbbbpfst!
:p Perhaps they're against Sunday school because they see expected attendance in it as a chance for people to bind something not Bible-bound?
The only "anti" group I've had exposure to, only exercised their anti-ness against cooperative extra-church ventures like orphanages, group homes, missionary societies... parachurch things, things that operate as seeming arms of the church or church bodies, but are not congregations of Christians, churches
, themselves... and it's not that they're against those things, they're just against the Lord's money from the Lord's collection plate (passed on the Lord's Sunday morning) (and going into the Lord's bank account at the Lord's 6.5% interest) going into such ventures.
I found an "anti" bone in my body once... a former congregation of ours had a very regimented, club-like "youth group" with officers and dues collected and so on... it functioned like a separate little congregation of Masons or Missouri Synod Lutherans or Mormons or something, within the church as a whole.
Perhaps to keep it from becoming a "Lord of the Flies" situation, various adults were closely involved and some were "officers" in the youth group. (So they liked "1984" better?)
Anyway, I doubt I'm explaining it in such a way as to get the point really across. It was one of those times when your skin crawls, when you really give creedence to what some would consider the Spirit making something plain to you. Our kids didn't take part unless an activity was directed at all the youth, rather than just the young preachers being groomed up...
And it must have been a very small "anti-" bone I found, because no youth group since then has raised the hair on the back of my neck.
B. H., why in the world would you ask if we hated them? What sort of answer do you expect, anyway?