Wow. Just wow. Who knew Mark Driscoll was the next apostle? I thought Thomas Monson had that market cornered.
Joel Taylor has a brilliant analysis here, (I would agree up to the point where he says he enjoys Mark's ministry. I have enjoyed some individual messages on books like 1 Peter, but on the whole, there's more to be worried about with Mark than not. It doesn't take much strychnine to ruin a good cup of coffee). And the phrase in the title is getting way overdone, thanks to Frank Turk, who has succeeded, in his campaign, in making the phrase "open letter" meaningless for the foreseeable future. So, here it is:
5 Point Salt: An Open Letter to Mark Driscoll
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