Jonas Ellison on how we act more Christian on Halloween than on Christmas.

During Christmas, we invite our personal favorite people into the confines of our home. But on Halloween, we’re out on front porches, stoops, and yards. Property lines are dissolved and everyone is welcome everywhere (well, there are always those few who turn their lights off on Halloween, but they have their own stuff going on).

This definitely sparked some thinking. Jesus talks a lot about who is invited to the banquet and Ellison’s short analysis seems to work along those lines.

 Why Halloween is more Christian than Christmas 

Robert Rackley @frostedechoes