Francis Chan Responds To The News Of Osama Bin Ladens Death

Kyle Reed // @kylereed

{ht Jonathan Sigmon }

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  • http://www.geekforhim.com Matthew Snider

    Great response, very pastor, but nonetheless well said.

    • http://gbrenna.com Graham

      Agreed.

  • http://blog.gideons.org Kevin McIntosh

    I had similar thoughts this week as well. But I have to admit, I did take pleasure in knowing that this wicked man was getting an punishment that was eternal and that God’s justice was being served. And though I highly revere Francis Chan and love his books, I’m just not at that place where he is on this just yet.

    Kevin
    Nashville, TN

    • http://thoughtsaboutnothing.com Kyle Reed

      Kevin, thanks for you thoughts.

      Though I disagree with what you are saying, I can appreciate you admitting that you are not at that place where Chan is at. I am not either

  • http://theestherproject.com Lex

    Maybe this indicative of my fear of man, but it’s so nice to hear someone else – especially someone as respected as Chan – say this. I thought the same thing when I heard the news. People I was with were debating whether it was a real victory or just a PR victory, but all I could think was, “That man did not know Christ.”

    • http://thoughtsaboutnothing.com Kyle Reed

      agreed.

      And I think the hard part of this is that I see him more as an evil being rather then another human.

      It is hard to even think about him knowing christ or not. But that needs to be thought through