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Halloween: What's a Christian to Do?

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Many Christians don't know what to do at Halloweena "celebrate or ignore it? This practical book by internationally known evangelist Steve Russo explains the traditions of Halloween, offers alternative activities, and reveals how a Christian should respond.
Paperback, 140 pages
Published July 1st 1998 by Harvest House Publishers
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Michelle
Nov 05, 2012 Michelle rated it it was ok
I bought this book hoping it might answer some questions I had regarding the history of halloween and also the current context of halloween for those that practice paganism, wicca, or other similar spiritual path.s Had I read the back cover more closely, I would probably have seen that the book would fall short of this goal.

The book is simply written. It answers basic questions regarding the history of and present day beliefs and activities surrounding halloween. If someone is looking for a quic
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