Mark Driscoll Commissions a Critique of Viola’s Pagan Christianity

Here is a link to the 11 page pdf of the critique. One note of irony was in the last paragraph, “The tone of the book itself is problematic, because the authors are so sure of themselves.” (p. 11). Wouldn’t it be problematic to be so sure that someone else is problematic for being sure? I can’t say that I have ever heard or read anyone more sure of himself than Driscoll. Have a read when you get a chance.

0 Responses to Mark Driscoll Commissions a Critique of Viola’s Pagan Christianity

  1. Tim Archer says:

    “Wouldn’t it be problematic to be so sure that someone else is problematic for being sure?”

    I know that wasn’t meant to be funny, but it gave me a laugh. Partly because I remember being challenged on my arrogance when I described someone else as arrogant.

    We pots like to point out how black the kettles are.

    Grace and peace,
    Tim Archer

  2. I agree! I think it would be problematic to be so sure that someone else is problematic for being sure!

  3. JRM says:

    check out the response to Driscoll’s critique – http://bit.ly/bAQRyv

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