Tag Archives: Halloween

Christians Celebrating Halloween Is Fine by Me

[From the archives.] Tom Burns and his daughter pair up for Halloween costumes every year. As he wrote on his blog, this year she was unsure if her choice was all right so she asked her dad, “Do you think … Continue reading

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Christians and Costumes – thoughts apropos to Halloween

[This post from the archives isn’t specifically about Halloween, but it is about costumes and masks.] *** In one The Lizzie Bennet Diaries videos, there’s a line that hit me between the eyes: “Everyone’s wearing a costume every day.” I know I … Continue reading

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Girls Can Be Anything, Even At Halloween

[From the archives.] Tom Burns and his daughter pair up for Halloween costumes every year. As he wrote on his blog, this year she was unsure if her choice was all right so she asked her dad, “Do you think … Continue reading

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Reforming Halloween Theology

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Candy Corn, the Halloween Vegetable of Faith

[From the archives.] My tip for a nutritious Halloween meal: Candy corn is my favorite Halloween treat. Caramel apples have their appeal, of course, but candy corn has a certain je ne sais quoi that can’t be denied. And you … Continue reading

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The best part about Halloween is what happens after midnight …

Now the question is: which candy do you hope goes on sale so you can stockpile enough to last until Christmas? ***

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The Best Part About Halloween – a Cinderella story

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Why It’s OK For Christians To Take Part In Halloween

[From the archives.] Tom Burns and his daughter pair up for Halloween costumes every year. As he wrote on his blog, this year she was unsure if her choice was all right so she asked her dad, “Do you think … Continue reading

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Salem Witches, False Accusations, and Remembering to Love your Neighbor

[From the archives: Dana Tuttle has a habit of writing about historical women who’ve been killed for their faith. Get beheaded and Dana might write about you too. Here she’s deviated slightly from her usual fare by adding the fates of … Continue reading

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Candy Corn, Nutrition and Faith in God

My tip for a nutritious Halloween meal: Candy corn is my favorite Halloween treat. Caramel apples have their appeal, of course, but candy corn has a certain je ne sais quoi that can’t be denied. And you know it’s a … Continue reading

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