Mark Driscoll

Mark Driscoll January 18, 2012

Think of him as the Protestant Michael Voris. Though to Voris’ credit, he never said, as Driscoll did, that he couldn’t worship a God he could beat up, a sentiment shared by the goons charged with working Jesus over.

Driscoll basically worships at the Church of Mark Driscoll’s Manly Awesomeness and he wants you to join him in adoration or he will tread you underfoot like the weenie you are. Seattle’s most embarrassing religious export.

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