More on the 9/11 Qur’an Burning

There has been a flurry of activity on the blogosphere concerning the “Burn a Qur’an Day” and Dove World Outreach Center.

James McGrath, Bob Cornwall and Brian LePort propose we read the Qur’an instead of burn it.

Andrew Walker over at Mere Orthodoxy condemned the actions of “a church in Florida whose name we will not dignify by specifying.”

Justin Wise of BeDeviant calls this “one of the most degrading, selfish, disrespectful and cruel acts imaginable.”

Eugene Cho asks “What would Jesus do: Burn the Koran or eat with his Muslim neighbors?

Joel Watts comments on an article over at the Huffington Post on how we got to this point.  Joel also comment on book burning in Acts 19:17-19.

Jim West plans to attend the Qur’an burning.

PJ Miller notes Rev. Jones favors the First Amendment over the Gospel.

Rev. Paul McCain gives another Lutheran perspective why there should be no Qur’an burning.

Michael Halcomb discusses submission to Islam.

I am happy to see a good mix of liberal and conservative Christians coming out against the actions of this “church.”

I am still concerned by the amount of support this “pastor” has.

(EDIT: As more links come to me, I will share them here.)

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