As the news of Bin Laden’s death streamed in last night, FaithStreet followed the reactions of many Christian leaders in New York City via Twitter including Eric Metaxas, Carl Lentz, Scott Sauls and many more. Their reactions reflect the thoughtfulness and diversity of the Christian community in New York City. We share a selection of those reactions here. What are your reactions to these?
**donhammack Don Hammack **
**by dannypeters **
4,451 members of the American military in Iraq and 1,457 in Afghanistan have died to get this point. Remember them tonight.
jrvassar JR VassarXns, I think I’ve wanted Bin Laden’s death more than his conversion. You? Are we Americans first and then Christians? #exiles
carllentzNYC carl lentz So bin laden is dead. I’m perplexed with the level of joy. Guess this means terrorism is over! He was a one man show! NOW we can relax..
**steve_berger Steve Berger **
**by brianmoll **
Remember Beloved, God has no pleasure in the death of the wicked. Ezekiel 18:23.
** Rashaad4Real Andrew Rashaad **
**by dasherronmin **
RT @hartramsey: Praying in the Spirit about this news! Lord guard our borders for the sake of your elect.
**mickeymicklos mickey micklos **
Bin Laden isn’t a real man, just a figure used by the government to control us… Like grape Kool-aid **RevHewMan Rev. Don Hewston **
I hope before Osama Bin Laden was killed that he accepted Jesus as his Saviour? #ImJustSayin
**deejaykhalil Joseph Khalil **
Staten Islanders are driving around w. flags and megaphones ..Im blasting “A-rab Money” **lisasharper Lisa Sharon Harper **
Big question: How should Christians respond to news of Osama Bin Laden’s death?
**scottsauls Scott Sauls **
Forgiveness fails when I exclude the enemy from the community of humans & myself from the community of sinners (M Volf) #fb
**ericmetaxas Eric Metaxas **
WHERE IS OSAMA? Paging Pastor Rob Bell…