Sent into the Harvest: Halloween on Mission– Over at Desiring God, check out this post which points out Christians are sent to the world.
The Tricky Topic of Halloween– RTB scholar Ken Samples discusses Halloween. As usual, his insight is both clear and compelling. He shares some history of Halloween as well as suggestions to Christians about the holiday.
Halloween- The Great Omission?– A phenomenal post on a mission-oriented view of Halloween.
Hallelujah, Harvest, and Halloween Alternatives– Discussion about how Christians have utilized Halloween and made an alternate celebration or holiday.
A balanced perspective on the topic found at: As a Christian, Should I celebrate Halloween?
Redeeming Halloween– Discussion of the book, “Redeeming Halloween” by Kim Wier and Pam McCune.
Thank God for Halloween– John Mark Reynolds writes about the topic and points out a key fallacy in the argument that Christians shouldn’t celebrate Halloween.
Halloween: Fascinated by Spirituality?– Interesting discussion on the motivations of Halloween and Christianity.
What is Halloween?– Discusses the background of the holiday and some of the traditions that go with it.
A different perspective (with which I disagree, but respect) is given over at Christian Answers: Should Christians Celebrate Halloween?
A respectful, middle-of-the-road answer to the question “Should Christians Celebrate Halloween?” is given over at Grace Communication International.
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