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Title
The facts on Halloween facts on Halloween
Type
Text
Language
English
Classification
LCC: GT4965 .A45 2003 (Source: dlc)
DDC: 394.2646 full (Assigner: dlc)
Identified By
Lccn: 2003000500
Table Of Contents
What is the origin of Halloween?
Are the specific customs of Halloween related to pagan beliefs?
How does Halloween relate historically to the Catholic Church, the dead and purgatory?
Is Halloween related to modern occult practices?
Can Halloween be an entirely innocent practice?
What is the historic connection between Halloween and ghosts?
How are ghosts, haunted houses, and Halloween related?
What are the theories advanced to explain ghosts?
Is the Christian view of ghosts credible in light of the facts surrounding hauntings and poltergeists?
Do ghost phenomena require a supernatural explanation? and how are ghosts connected to the occult?
Who do these ghosts claim to be?
What are the consequences of believing in their common interpretation?
Does Halloween support witchcraft?
Is witchcraft dangerous?
Are ghosts related to witchcraft?
Authorized Access Point
Ankerberg, John, 1945- facts on Halloween
Authorized Access Point Variant
Weldon, John. facts on Halloween