Very much appreciate the perspective here. I've heard lots of different things from fellow Christians, and (with my husband having served in the military in Afghanistan)I can honestly say that I feel strongly that justice was served and I am glad for that. I do not feel that this is gloating or bloodlust or anything like that. It is the acknowledgement of a job well done, not only for the Special Forces who took him down, but for the past 10 years our military has stuck it out in very difficult circumstances in the Middle East in pursuit of this justice. There is no shame in that. There is no gloating in that. But there is success with humility and thankfulness. Keep up the good writings, Dr. Rogers!