A Peek Inside Mark Driscoll’s Mind

The Damsels of Dorkington have gone where no one has ever gone before: Inside the mind of Mark Driscoll. (It’s ok. There was space.)

Laugh at the absurdity, but realize that Driscoll really does believe “yoga is demonic.”

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  • Gus Snarp

    I won’t go in there. You can’t make me.

  • http://religiouscomics.net/ Jeff P

    I didn’t kow demons were so much fun.

  • http://www.braintarts.wordpress.com/ MichaelL65

    Mark Driscoll is a man of God!  How dare you try to get into his mind!

  • Baal

    Does the demon do parties?  

  • TiltedHorizon

    I posit that Mark Driscoll’s Mind is proof of the existence of black holes.

  • http://www.braintarts.wordpress.com/ MichaelL65

     I can make you, and we will.

  • http://www.braintarts.wordpress.com/ MichaelL65

    Once that demon showed up, my Chakra filled up real nice!

  • Aviatress

    Oh, yeah. In Driscoll’s wee small world, yoga and meditation and Hinduism and Buddhism and Islam and Catholicism and anything not precisely in keeping with his particular theology is “demonic”. Literally. That’s the case in many (if not most) evangelical or charismatic churches – it’s just more openly preached in some. So tired of that silliness.

  • Ibis3

    “Douche-paladin”. Ha!

  • http://www.facebook.com/AnonymousBoy Larry Meredith

    Video would get massively more views if they made the thumbnail a screengrab from 2:18.

  • Ashton

    Sadly, I attended a conservative Christian college that wouldn’t allow yoga to be taught at the campus gym.  They had a yoga class; they just came up with a dumb-ass alternative name for it that involved flex or stretch or something.  The instructor told the class at the beginning that it was a yoga class.  Also, does this remind anyone else of Reefer Madness?