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William said:
This will not win me my first sour puss award as I have many on my shelf. BUT
My thought is, why do Christians feel they need to have an alternative for this worldly day can’t we just say we don’t believe in it.
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I hope you didn't take my comment(s) as implying that celebrating "Reformation Day" was in any way to be used as a substitute for Halloween? Reformation Day has been celebrated for centuries on October 31st. Whether what we know today as Halloween predates Reformation Day I can't remember, but what's wrong with gathering the family together and giving recognition to that great historic event and offering prayers of thanksgiving to the Lord for His mighty providence and deliverance? Let the pagans have "their days" and we can celebrate "our days" in a way that is God-honoring.

In His grace,


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simul iustus et peccator

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