All Resources on Terrorism

Grace Forfeited

Adam, Tamerlan, and the Lady


by John Piper

This poem is a new start of an old tradition in American journalism: the news poem. Hardly a vile murder or a military victory went by without colonial poets bemoaning or celebrating the occasion in verse, with the work then published on a single page “broadside” and sold for a penny. Happily, my favorite pastor/theologian, John Piper, is also a poet, and below are his thoughts on justice in regard to Connecticut’s school shooting and Boston’s Marathon bombing. —Marvin Olasky

Where Is God?

The Supremacy of Christ in an Age of Terror

by John Piper

What does it mean that Christ is supreme over a world filled with tragedy?

Terrorism, Justice, and Loving Our Enemies

by John Piper

Is it possible to pray for justice and yet love our enemy at the same time?

Why I Do Not Say, "God Did Not Cause the Calamity, but He Can Use It for Good"

by John Piper

We surrender our hope if we sacrifice our belief in the sovereignty of God over evil.

That Great Steel Cross

More Reflections on the Calamity of September 11

by John Piper

It was a gift to the world that God ordained a rugged cross to stand in the ruins of the World Trade Center towers.

Lessons from Lisa

A 9/11 Widow Trusts in the Sovereign Goodness of God

by John Piper

September 11, 2001 has served to prove at least these ten truths about the sovereign love of God.

A Letter to the Sniper

by John Piper

Christ Jesus is a great hope, even for the worst of sinners.