Who’s Winning the Gender “War?” Two Perspectives (Rachel Held Evans & John Piper)

Gender “war” might sound excessive.  Perhaps if we frame this within the broader “evangelical culture war,” then the word-choice probably makes sense.  If you’ve read this blog for any amount of time, you know that I believe that the worldwide church should “Liberate Women for Ministry.”  Honestly, the complementarian system holds back the potential for [Read More...]

Cussing Christians: Why I’m with Mark Driscoll on this one

Mark Driscoll gets this one right. Seriously. In my opinion, we ought to have the freedom to use language contextually and not be bound by religiosity. That doesn’t mean that we ought to cuss like a sailor, but words have power… even what our culture considers offensive. (To be clear, I don’t often agree with [Read More...]

Can You Lose Your Salvation? Greg Boyd and Mark Driscoll in Dialogue

This is the age old question: Can a person lose their salvation? Of course, two broad schools of thought emerge in theological discourse. On one end of the spectrum are the 5.5 point Calvinists (not really sure what the .5 is all about). This is representative of Mark Driscoll’s perspective (and basically most of the [Read More...]

Matt Chandler Impersonates Mark Driscoll’s Evangelistic Style

Watch this and enjoy. Please don’t make this a Driscoll bashing session. I may not resonate with most much of what Mark has to say or some of his methods, but I don’t want to make this an us vs “the new calvinists” post. This is… well… just hilarious. [Read more...]


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