Yes my son, because bin laden wanted to see alha more than anything else and Jesus grants prayers even unto the wicked. So putting a bullet through his head gave him his ultimate wish which is the ultimate good.
Bin Laden wasn't Christian, so it doesn't count, right?
I'm not sure he was actually killed anymore..............no (Official) pictures...........shrouded burial at sea................ There's just an inkling of doubt in my mind. I think there's a finite chance that he died of kidney problems. Of course al qeda and the Taliban are playing along with it, so that's evidence that my suspicions are unfounded.
No. More like "The Lord helps those who help themselves". America has rid the world of one very evil and dangerous son of a *****, and we are better for it.
NO! He taught no such thing!!!!! And is there PROOF that he was an enemy?? And to WHOM?????
If Jesus didn't want Osama dead then he would have protected him.
The idea that destroying evil and casting off evil people is inconsistant with the Bible - or frankly any of the major religions including most the the most passive ones - is silly.<br />
If you believe the bible - and I myself have read it but am not a christian - you will find many places where Jesus prayed for the soul of those that had broken the law, but did not disagree with their punishment. Even while on the cross, he was flanked by those crucified for robbery.
A bullet through the head...that guy got off fairly easy, considering
Well Christians have started many a "holy war".
Yes, back in the medieval days that was true.
Fast forward 600 years or so to relevant times for those of us living in the 21st century. Take a count. The wars out there are mostly between muslims an someone else.
If America was around when the Bible was thought up, there would be a clause<br />
...Don't **** with America!...<br />
But I'm also sure it says Thou Shalt not Kill (except in the name of God, right?)
There certainly is in the Koran. (And that's not a joke - it is in the Koran.)