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Halloween | history & theology
It’s the time of year when leaves fall in a glorious kaleidoscope of colour, and trees turn to skeletons. The garden stops providing, except for some large orange gourds. An evening stroll changes from bright sun and chirping birds to dark night and the howling wind. As Halloween approaches, the fact that we begin to consider death and ghost stories is not inherently pagan…it’s human. It’s what we do with those thoughts that matters.