In case you might be interested, here are some columns that grew out of the terrorist attacks of 11 September 2001 and the various reactions and responses in subsequent days.
A Christian Response to Suffering and Death was originally written in the days immediately following the bombings. Not long afterwards, in response to a multi-faith prayer service in Yankee Stadium, I answered the question, Should Christians Pray with Non-Christians?
Normally, the passage of time grants a degree of perspective. With this in mind, I more recently wrote a retrospective piece entitled, What Have You Learned, Dorothy?
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Walter Snyder is the pastor of Holy Cross Lutheran Church, Emma, Missouri and coauthor of the book What Do Lutherans Believe.
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