Wednesday, April 27, 2011

Matt Slick Highly Recommends X-Rated Pastor Mark Driscoll

CARM's Matt Slick highly recommends X-rated pastor, Mark Driscoll, one of the most foul-mouthed, sexed-obssessed, inappropriate, ungodly men around today, who has been a leader in the Emergent Church Movement for years.

Last year Dr. John MacArthur showed just how unbiblical and really, uncouth, Driscoll was in his raping of the Song of Solomon. I've posted on this here. I suggest reading this article which includes some good insights from a couple of solid men who commented on this whole issue.

Driscoll treats that which is holy as if its unholy. His "Vintage Jesus" is a good example of this. A thorough treatment of the vast problems of this unqualified, carnal man who heads up Mars Hill Church is here.

This comes as no surprise, given the fact that Slick has said that a person can be saved even though they don't have faith in the Resurrection, contrary to Scripture like Rom. 10:9-10, since the Gospel that saves includes His resurrection; indeed this is of "FIRST IMPORTANCE" unlike what Slick has stated repeatedly.

1Co 15:3 For I delivered to you as of first importance what I also received, that Christ died for our sins according to the Scriptures, 4 and that He was buried, and that He was raised on the third day according to the Scriptures....

Here is what Driscoll offers--the man Slick says, has a "good understanding of Christian theology"---on "Spiritual Disciplines" Driscoll offers:


For Dietrich Bonhoeffer concerns here.

The dangers of Donald Whitney here and here.


Serious concerns regarding Gary Thomas here.

There are many videos that also reveal Driscoll's incompetance in handling Scripture on various issues, while trying to come off as some stand-out leader with guts. What he shows is he's just unqualified to be behind a pulpit.

It is clear that others who have dug deeper than the surface (because the surface itself was so unbiblical), have seen the multitude of doctrinal and practical error of Mark X-Rated Driscoll. A man can claim a lot of "right" theology on the one hand, but then deny it with the other hand. This is what Driscoll, who is the epitome of Post-Modernism, has done. Those easily satisfied with Christianese will accept the wolf and offer the sheep to him as if he's there to feed them. What people like Slick has done is just handed over people to be ravaged by the wolf himself.

Here's the question, just how do you think that false teachers "secretly creep in among you"? Consider that its by those who approve of and invite in the wolf himself because they had little to no discernment at all, or just wanted to be friends with such traitors of Christ.

8 comments:

Lynn said...

Thankyou for your excellent blog!

I think the greatest enemy of the organised church today is complacency. No one wants to take responsibility, they'd rather let the pastor, youth worker, women's leader, music team, anyone, do it for them. They prefer to sit back and be comfortable. I can guarantee if you are comfortable, you are not serving the body of Christ or the world as God intended.You are not standing up for truth and justice and Biblical living.

As God says in Revelation

"I know all the things you do, that you are neither hot nor cold. I wish that you were one or the other! But since you are like lukewarm water, neither hot nor cold, I will spit you out of my mouth!"

Thanks for being a bright beacon in a dark world!

with love

Lynn

mimstersmind said...

So in one place you state that you have concerns regarding Bonheoffer, and then in another place you recommend his book "Living Together". A bit schizophrenic isn't that? Which do you believe? And how can we take anything you say as a warning seriously when you seem to waffle like this?

Denise said...

Sorry for the confusion. The "Recommendation" was from Driscoll, not me.

Denise said...

I hope the distinction in the article, setting the "Recommend Reading" given by Driscoll, from the rest of the piece, makes clear that's from Driscoll, certainly not me. I wouldn't recommend those books and don't. Thanks.

Lynn said...

I think anyone who read the piece properly would see who the book recommendations are from and there's no need for any confusion or personal attacks either! Grace, grace and let's think well of one another. Bless you Denise.

Denise said...

Thanks Lynn!

terriergal said...

Well, considering Matt Slick likes to show off his hot wife in her low backed slinky evening dress.. should we be surprised?

terriergal said...

Sounds like you're making a case against the actions of these 'bridge people' Denise! Bravo. :-)

Also, yeah, I'm not sure what mimster was getting at there. Unless you edited it for clarity, it sure seems crystal clear to me that you were not recommending Bonhoeffer.