Roll to Disbelieve Super Special #1: Halloween!

Roll to Disbelieve Super Special #1: Halloween! October 31, 2018

Hi and welcome to our first Super Special! Here, you’ll find a selection of themed Roll to Disbelieve posts relating to Halloween. Need some extra reading material? Stuck waiting at home for the trick-or-treaters to ring the doorbell? Or are you hiding from them in the semidarkness? (Bother long ago fled under the bed at all the comings and goings already starting up here.) Want to get acquainted with some of the blog’s older hits? Here’s your post!

TRICK OR TREAT! (Steven Depolo, CC.)

Happy Halloween!

ZOMG DEMONS!

The Satanic Panic!

Oh man, the Satanic Panic! If you’ve read this blog for long, you know how much of an impact it had on me as a teen and young adult. In this section, you can find a bunch of posts about that turbulent episode in Christians’ past. (Unfortunately, though, some Christians still think it’s real! Oof!)

Have a great Halloween! 


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Consider this post an Off-Topic Wonderland 🙂 What’s your favorite kind of candy or treat? Perfect red strawberries? Candy corn? Anything as long as it’s got chocolate in it?

About Captain Cassidy
Captain Cassidy grew up fervently Catholic, converted to the SBC in her teens, and became a Pentecostal shortly afterward. She even married an aspiring preacher! But then--record scratch!--she brought everything to a screeching halt when she deconverted in her mid-20s. That was 25 years ago. Now a comfortable None, she blogs on Roll to Disbelieve about psychology, pop culture, politics, relationships, cats, gaming, and more--and where they all intersect with religion. You can read more about the author here.
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