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Faith perspectives: Should true Christians participate in Halloween?

7:39 PM, Oct. 11, 2013
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Holiday comes from the term, "holy day," and Romans 14:5-6 gives guidelines for how to celebrate. Each person, after studying, must be fully persuaded in his or her own mind about the appropriateness of any celebration, and each must be assured that the celebration is being done for God and His honor.

Sadly, Christian holidays have become so secularized that the true meanings are lost to the general public. Thanksgiving, for example, is considered Turkey Day; Christmas is about Santa Claus and not the birth of Christ; Easter, which should be Resurrection Day, has become all about bunnies and ...

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