The answer to that, is NO! why you ask? here I will let you know why, and the arguments that MANY Christians have to say about WHY THEY CAN celebrate this evil day....
First of all, what is Halloween really about and when did it originate?
ANSWER: Halloween originated with the ancient Celtic festival of Samhain, the festival of the dead.
The living would often disguise themselves in ghoulish costumes, such as animal skins and heads, so the spirits of the dead would think they were one of their own and pass by without incident. The masked villagers would also form parades to lead the spirits out to the town limits. The Celts would also offer food to Saman to persuade him to be more temperate as he judged their ancestors. Additionally, the Celts would lay out food for their weary ancestors traveling to the other world or to appease spirits who were looking for trouble.
Over the next several hundred years, Christianity had spread to include the lands inhabited by the Celtics and the Romans, but the festival of Samhain was still celebrated by the people. The Christian church reportedly did not like a festival with Pagan roots practiced by Christians, so a replacement was needed. So instead of forcing the Pagans to drop their Pagan practices and accept Christianity, the Roman Catholic Church just made room to accommodate them. Pope Boniface IV designated May 13 as All Saints Day to HONOR dead church saints and martyrs. Samhain continued to be celebrated, so in 835 A.D., Pope Gregory IV moved the holiday to November 1. Since All Saints Day was sanctioned by the church, and related to the dead, the church was happy, but many Pagan traditions of Samhain continued to be practiced, including bonfires, parades, and dressing up in costume. All Saints Day was also known as All Hallows, or All Hallowmas (Hallowmas is Old English for All Saints Day). Since Samhain was celebrated the night before November 1, the celebration was known as All Hallows Eve, and later called Halloween.
So why do Christians think it's OKAY to celebrate this holiday?
Many churches are teaching their congregation that it is OKAY to celebrate Halloween, and are partakers in this holiday.
There has been many arguments from Christians, specially Christian mothers saying why should they deprive their children from a few hours of fun and lots of candy, that other Christians shouldn't force their "Satanic Ideas" on them, because they aren't giving Satan any room in their lives (that couldn't be further from the truth!)
Christians who are teaching their Children that it is OKAY to compromise the Word of God by partaking in this worldly, evil holiday, are causing them to sin, and will be held accountable for this. As scripture says:
Matthew 18:6 (KJV)
Other Christians are also stating that they still Love the Lord and don't see the harm in celebrating Halloween and that they will CONTINUE to celebrate Halloween and HOW MUCH THEY LOVE! this holiday. Christians are also throwing around the argument that YOU are JUDGING THEM for celebrating this Holiday, but doesn't scripture quote that a Christian should reprove another Christian for doing wrong? Imagine if Jesus, His Apostles, and Paul were apathetic and did not "reprove the world of sin?" Yet this is what "Christians" are called to do.
2 Timothy 3:16 (KJV)
2 Timothy 4:1-5 (KJV)
Many Christians aren't happy when called out on their error, and instead of acknowledging the error of their ways, attack fellow Christians and/or try to justify their actions in participating in this worldly holiday. Let's see what the Bible has to say about this?