Halloween Reading

October 31, 2011 — 2 Comments

The best word to describe how I feel about Halloween is “ambivalent.”

I wasn’t allowed to trick or treat when I was little (and neither was Ali) and now as an adult, I find that I just don’t care about Halloween.  But, being that today is Halloween, and many other people, Christians and otherwise celebrate Halloween, I thought I might throw some brain candy your way.

First off, Justin Holcomb has a good post on the background of Halloween”What Christians Should Know About Halloween?”

Second, and similar, Mars Hill resposted an excerpt from a post from last year, “What’s A Christian Supposed to Do With Halloween?”

Third, check out David Mathis’ post over at Desiring God “Trick or Treat? It’s Martin Luther

There are others, including:

That should be plenty food for thought to keep you busy this afternoon, hope you enjoy!

Nate

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