People in Your Church Think This Way, Too

(Before my Reformed siblings throw themselves into a predestined hissy fit, let me go ahead and say that this post isn’t targeting Mark Driscoll. I posted this picture as a criticism of people who justify their idiocity by ripping single verses out of their home [that pesky thing we call a “context”] and try to apply them to a situation in which that verse, most likely, does not apply. In other words, I posted this only because of the caption, not because Mark’s likeness was attached.)

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3 thoughts on “People in Your Church Think This Way, Too

  1. jacobcerone January 19, 2012 / 11:38 am

    If I recall correctly, I believe Driscoll cited Deuteronomic law where it says, “It is thy obligation to be rude, antagonistic, and to call your interviewer ‘annoying’ when you feel it necessary.”

    • Justin January 19, 2012 / 12:32 pm

      🙂

      That was, by far, the worst interview I’ve ever heard a pastor give.

      • Justin January 19, 2012 / 12:38 pm

        Well, let me elaborate: most of it was perfectly fine (with one exception) until Driscoll started saying that the interviewer’s church wasn’t reaching strong men because the pastor is his wife.

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