Apologetics Bloggers Alliance collaboration for the tenth anniversary of 9/11:
Faithful Thinkers: Atheism, Evil and Ultimate Justice
Hope's Reason: Where was God on 9/11?
The Point: Christianity and 9/11: Guilt by Association?
The Gospel According to Erik: Did God Allow the Attacks on 9/11 for a “Greater Good”?
J.W. Wartick: On September 11th, 2001, harmless things became fearful
Sarcastic Xtian: Do all roads (and flights) lead to God?
Reasons for God: The Two Ground Zeroes
Hieropraxis: Suffering and the Cross of Christ
Take Two: Remembering 9/11: A Young Californian’s Perspective
Apologetics Guy: America After 9/11: Is Religion Evil?
Apologetics 315: Resources on the Problem of Evil
The Real Issue: The Three Faces of Evil and a Christian Response
Neil Mammen: Where was God on 9-11?
Thinking Christian: 9/11: "Full Cognitive Meltdown" and Its Fallout
Cold and Lonely Truth: 9/11: Where is God during a catastropy?
In Defense of the Christian Faith: If God, Why Evil?
Wintery Knight: Ground Zero: Why truth matters for preventing another 9/11-style attack
Possible Worlds: The Need for Moral Choices and Consequences
Tilled Soil: The Problem of Evil: Who's problem is it? Is it a problem?
Bringing Back the Tao: 9/11 Memorial: Christianity Gives Authentic Hope In The Face Of Suffering
Patheos: Are we all moral monsters?
Josiah Concept Ministries: Did God Cause 9/11?
MandM: Divine Commands Post 9/11
In light of the tenth anniversary of 9/11, consider Luke 13:1-8. The message there is that when we see people going through tragedy, don't infer that God is punishing them--instead, examine your own heart in light of eternal tragedy, rather than in light of temporary tragedy. It is a worthy message. Thanks, Richard Weikart