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"Give no regard to mediums and familiar spirits; do not seek after them, to be defiled by them: I am the Lord your God" (Leviticus 19:31).

The Halloween we know today developed largely from an ancient Celtic pagan festival called Samhain, a day steeped in witchcraft and attempts to contact spirits—a day Christians should have nothing to do with.

  • by Frank Dunkle, David Cobb
Many aspects of traditional Christianity - holidays, practices and doctrines - came not from Christ or the Bible but from ancient pagan religion.
  • by Don Hooser
Most folks who celebrate Halloween are nice people, but that doesn’t make Halloween nice.
  • by Steve Myers

Can a holiday with wicked, ungodly origins be dressed up and made acceptable...

  • by Steve Myers

Zombies are everywhere. Could they be a counterfeit?

  • by Larry Walker
Halloween is a major holiday in the Western world for people of various backgrounds. Can Halloween celebrations be reconciled with a Christian worldview and lifestyle? The Bible holds the answer.
  • by United Church of God
Modern celebrations of Halloween may appear on the surface to be quite harmless, but the spiritual implications of dabbling with the spirit world are extremely serious.
  • by Andy McClain
Our family loves to camp. When we are unable to make it to nearby state park, we will often camp in our backyard.