The most senior Bishop in the church of England and the Archbishop of Canterbury made quite a shocking revelation over the attacks in France.
Justin Welby the current Archbishop of Canterbury and the most senior bishop in the church of England has stated that he was left in ‘doubt’ after the attack on France by the Jihadists.
The Archbishop of Canterbury said that with profound sadness, did he react to the bombings in the French capital because he has stayed in France for five years with his wife and he admitted that it is one of the ‘happiest’ places he has ever lived.
According to Daily Mail, he revealed this on Songs Of Praise, a BBC programme set to air this evening.
Saturday morning, I was out and as I was walking I was praying and saying: God, why – why is this happening? Where are you in all this?” And then engaging and talking to God. Yes, I doubt
Speaking further, he however advised against the use of military force to subdue the Jihadist stating that two wrongs do not make a right and two injustice do not make for justice.
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Two injustices do not make justice. If we start randomly killing those who have not done wrong, that is not going to provide solutions. But just because someone believes something deeply wrong does not mean that they are right in some way because they put God in it. The perversion of faith is one of the most desperate aspects of our world today.
This is however not the first time the Archbishop of Canterbury has made such claim of doubt over God’s existence as he was reported to have done the same, somewhat last year.