Unfortunately, Bin Laden was NOT the enemy, for we wrestle not against flesh and blood. The evil that he let inhabit him is still traveling the earth.
Should Christians rejoice over Bin Laden's death?
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Answer by momto2boys973 at 1:03 PM on May. 4, 2011
Chech religious Debate section, theres' still about 4 questions open on this same subject.
Personally I am one that cannot celebrate. Yes he was evil and yes justice has been served with his death but the celebrations are crossing the line IMO and will only cause his followers to see him as more of a martyr. I refuse to give them the satisfaction. Instead I choose to honor the lives lost because of him with remembrance and a sigh of relief that their killer has been brought to justice.
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