Religion News Service: Trunk or treats have grown in popularity in recent decades, many hosted by churches as outreach to their surrounding communities.
Religion News Service: The research, released shortly before Election Day, sheds light on questions of race, sexuality, abortion and immigration as well as sentiments about the country’s origins.
Pew Research Center: But they hold differing opinions about what that phrase means, and two-thirds of U.S. adults say churches should keep out of politics.
Associated Press: In one of the most closely watched races in one of the most contested of battleground states, both gubernatorial candidates bring up religion. But in starkly different ways.
The Conversation: Built from a hodgepodge of diverse parts, Halloween is one such tradition that has been continually reinvented since its ancient origins as a Celtic pagan ceremony.
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