Editor's Note: Part of S. A. Tower's Christian testimony includes the fact that she is a former initiated witch, practicing for more than a decade. Her powerful testimony and insightful revelations in the spiritual realm can be read in her book, "Taken From The Night - A Witch's Encounter With God." Below is the second of a three-part series on her observations about Halloween. Part One can be read by clicking here. Part Three is tomorrow.
It's Halloween night; she rushes home, chooses to park the car in the garage and makes sure to turn off the porch light. Across the street the entire front of the neighbor's house is entwined with neon spider webs with a ghost-lined driveway, while hers has subtle accents of the fall season.
Once inside, she retreats to the family room in the rear of her home, and waits it out. It will be several hours before the sound of scampering feet, little voices announcing trick or treat and the sound of the campy Halloween CD playing from across the street will disappear into the night. more >>
Halloween is a holiday known for its haunted houses, costume parties, kids trick-or-treating, and various scary imagery on screens big and small. The final day of October is also a time associated with darker ideas, like the Occult, witchcraft, and other unexplained phenomenon.
Many of these images dominate movies and television programs during late October, showcasing to mainstream America spiritual notions known as the "paranormal." According to the Merriam-Webster online dictionary, when something is paranormal it is "very strange and not able to be explained by what scientists know about nature and the world." The term involves a fairly diverse group of activities and entities, including the Occult, psychics, spirits, and other supernatural phenomenon.
So, should Christians believe in paranormal activity? more >>
Since its inception, Halloween seems to be among the more controversial subjects for Christians. Some argue that it is just a normal day, while others claim it's a day of the Devil.
The Christian Post spoke to a few pastors for them to weigh in on the holiday, which has a storied and complicated past.
It is important to note that although the day has its roots in pagan origins, the actual name Halloween comes from All Hallows Eve, which is the day before All Saints Day or All Hallows' Day, a Catholic holy day that remembers the dead, saints, and those who have died for their faith. more >>
Have you ever thought about how Satan entices human beings into sin?
When we are tempted by a particular thing it seems natural to engage. We believe by engaging with that temptation that it will give us something. It might make us feel good, meet a perceived need or be pleasurable. Eve thought God was holding out on her when she wanted to eat from the tree of good and evil. She didn't believe God's warning when He set a boundary and placed the garden as off-limits.
The word Satan means "deceiver". Other attributes given to Satan is that he kills, steals, and destroys human beings. He wants you to impugn the nature of God. He wants to cause war in heaven and bring all humans to revolt against God the Father. more >>
Actress and director Vera Farmiga portrays famed demonologist Lorraine Warren in the summer horror smash "The Conjuring."
Farmiga and Warren worked closely together while filming the movie. The two of them sat down for a roundtable discussion and revealed some interesting encounters with the supernatural while they were in the process of creating this film that tells the story of the Perron family and how Lorraine and her husband helped them during a time where the demonic manifested in their home.
"The case is of a haunted house in Rhode Island where there was 6 children living there and the father had a job in New York City so he wasn't coming home every night," said Warren to reporters. "There were very bad things going on in that house." more >>
Christian author Jason Lohman just published his true life accounts and research of the paranormal and spiritual with "My True Life Stories of Spiritual Warfare and The Paranormal" in hopes of proving the very real power of Satan to believers and unbelievers.
Lohman wrote this book with the intensions of capturing chilling real life experiences his went through as child through his adult life.
After years of research, the conclusion that became most evident to him is that demons fled from the name of Jesus in the Scriptures. It is through faith in Jesus Christ and the belief that His promises are true that believers can fight against spiritual darkness, according to the Bible. more >>