Mark Driscoll in the Washington Post
October 16, 2009 by Leave a Comment
In an article entitled No ‘Best Case’ Way to Present God, but Many False Ways, Mark Driscoll has made his debut in the Post: “Christianity is not first and foremost about a sacred place to pilgrimage to, a philosophical system to ponder, a moral code to live, a religious tradition to honor, or an impersonal god to experience. Rather, Christianity is about a person who claimed to be the only God and said he would prove his unprecedented claim by living without sin, dying for sinners, and conquering death through resurrection . . .” Great to see the gospel in this paper!