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Mark Driscoll

For more than 37 years, “Saturday Night Live” has presented comedy sketches that offer up parodies of our culture and our politics. The targets of these sketches have not exempted any significant cultural or political targets. And yet, when my group is the target of a sketch, I can easily begin to feel singled out […] Read More

As messengers to the annual meeting of the Southern Baptist Convention walked into the Kentucky Fair and Exposition Center in Louisville, they were handed a copy of Missouri layman Roger Moran’s nearly 50-page “Viewpoint” document attacking the “Emerging Church Movement” and the church-planting Acts 29 Network. Once inside, some messengers voiced these concerns and urged […] Read More

Emergent church leader Mark Driscoll apologized for comments on the fall of former National Association of Evangelicals head Ted Haggard, saying they were misconstrued and he never meant to blame Haggard’s wife for his transgresssion. In November, amid allegations that Haggard had sex and bought drugs from a male escort, Driscoll, founder and teaching pastor […] Read More

Former National Evangelicals Association leader Ted Haggard’s admission of sexual immorality has many people wondering, “Why?” But one of the most surprising suggestions came from a leader in the “emergent” church. “It is not uncommon to meet pastors’ wives who really let themselves go,” Mark Driscoll, founder and teaching pastor of Mars Hill Church in […] Read More