What happens when a pumpkin carving, trick or treating, late night monster movie watching monster fan becomes a Christian? Is Halloween now off-limits? Is the whole thing pagan, occult, satanic? Is a love for spooky things and Gothic detail just plain sick? Lint Hatcher, past editor of Wonder magazine and all-purpose pop culture maven, doesn't take such questions lightly. In The Magic Eightball Test, Hatcher grits his teeth and runs full tilt through the anti-Halloween gauntlet - putting his mania for the monsteriffic to the test. The result: a spirited and thoroughly Christian defense of Halloween and All Things Spooky.... how all this philosophizing keeps leading me back to my loss of appreciation for movie nights and comic books, but it does honestly seem that everything we do in life is connected to what we believe about the big questions. ... Ita#39;s the last thing I expected, but it is something of a reluctance to get to the real answers.
|Title||:||The Magic Eightball Test: A Christian Defense of Halloween and All Things Spooky|
|Publisher||:||Lulu Press, Inc - 2013-03-12|