Anglican leaders have expressed reservations about the manner of Osama bin Laden’s death, with N. T. Wright taking exception to American exceptionalism and Rowan Williams questioning whether Osama’s death truly delivered justice. Wright still trusts in the competence of the United Nations while Williams longs for a court of justice to bring recompense to Osama. The blog Anglican Down Under has a response.
Amy Hall, over at Stand to Reason, offers a reflection on the National Day of Prayer in the U.S. and explains how prayer begins with hope in God.
More Rob Bell fodder: Mark Galli, over at Christianity Today, argues that what a person believes about Bell’s book “Love Wins” is not a litmus test of orthodoxy.
Bill Flax has an amusing political article over at Forbes Magazine arguing that “Jesus was not a Communist.” Good to know.