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Most people consider Halloween to be a harmless occasion for children to wear costumes and collect candy. But there is a lot more behind the holiday – both historical and spiritual – that Christians may want to consider before deciding how and if their children should participate. In this book, you will learn about many traditions and superstitions associated with Halloween, including:
  • Trick-or-treating and jack-o-lanterns
  • Black cats and owls
  • Fortune tellers and psychics
  • Wicca and witches
  • Ghouls and zombies
Join Diana Wallis Taylor in exploring the origins of Halloween customs and discovering what they mean for us today.

Table of Contents:

Chapter 1: The History of Halloween
Chapter 2: Modern-day Druids
Chapter 3: The Day of the Dead
Chapter 4: Ghouls and Zombies
Chapter 5: Trick or Treat
Chapter 6: Black Cat Bone
Chapter 7: Owls
Chapter 8: Apple Bobbing
Chapter 9: Jack-o-lanterns and the Legend of “Irish Jack”
Chapter 10: Ghosts
Chapter 11: Psychics and Fortune-tellers
Chapter 12: Witches
Chapter 13: Closing the Door on Satan
About the Author

About the Author:

Diana Wallis Taylor has an extensive portfolio of published works, including a collection of poetry; an Easter cantata, written with a musical collaborator; contributions to various magazines and compilations; and six award-winning novels, including five biblical fiction stories: Ruth, Mother of Kings; Journey to the Well (the story of the woman of Samaria): Martha; Mary Magdalene; and Claudia, Wife of Pontius Pilate. Diana lives in San Diego with her husband, Frank. Among them, they have six grown children and nine grandchildren.