Thoughts on the London Bombings

A number of people have contacted me to say that they are praying for the people of London following the suicide bombings here. I wanted to thank you all for your concern. Although no one I know was injured or killed in the blasts I often visit the Churches Together in England Offices in Tavistock Square for meetings – only 20 yards away from where the bus was blown up. I will be there next Thurday for the AGM of Rejesus

As to the reasons for the bombings, Daniel Scott conducted a seminar in Australia which goes further than anything I have heard on the news to explain them. I commend the document to you:

Jihad From the Qur’an by Daniel Scott.

For more information on Daniel Scott, click here.

One thought on “Thoughts on the London Bombings

  1. It is important for us as Christians not to fall into the trap of sectarianism. We should respond with grace to our muslim neighbours and colleagues who are equally appalled at the London bombings and not seek to tar them all with the same brush. Such an
    ungracious response will not bring
    credit to the Gospel. As Christians we should not respond with fear and hostility but have
    confidence in the Lord Jesus to build his kingdom as he promised he would. “Do not fear what they
    fear!” This is an opportunity for the Christian church to glorify God – will we take it or lurch in to sectarianism?

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