Last month, John Eldredge posted some thoughts about the Newtown tragedy, and he shares some important and thought-provoking ideas about how Christians should respond to evil. You can read the full article here: Why Newtown is More Important than We Think
For the Christian knows certain things about the world, things we must never ever lose hold of. We know from whence evil comes; we know what to do about it. We know—or we are supposed to know—that we live in a world at war; we are living in the midst of a very real and extremely brutal battle with the kingdom of darkness. While most Christians are still playing at happy little life (and angry at God for “allowing” terrible things to happen), the Scriptures continually warn us of a great evil power, who rules the world, whom we must contend with. “For our struggle is not against flesh and blood, but against the rulers, against the authorities, against the powers of this dark world and against the spiritual forces of evil in the heavenly realms” (Ephesians 6:12). In other words, with the demonic.
We continue to pray for the families whose lives have forever been altered by this tragedy.