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Folks, there has been some publicity recently about a small church in Florida who is going to have a Quran burning this coming Saturday. As emotionally satisfying as such an exercise may be, it is a bad idea. Burning the Quran will not advance the Kingdom of Heaven, it will not show the sinners their sin (the second use of the Law) and it does not demonstrate the Love of God for his creation.

In addition to the above, there is this. Read it and give it some thought.

On the political side, the public burning of these books will accomplish nothing, and may well place Americans around the world at increased risk. This strikes me as a bad idea.

All in all, while the pastor and congregation of Dove World Outreach Center have every constitutional right in the world to burn whatever books they wish to burn, Good judgment dictates that they instead pray that our nation will repent of its manifold sin.


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