Friday, August 07, 2015

a piece over at Charisma features mentioning Driscoll, "I don't have enough information to truly speak to the issues on either side ... " like that's ever stopped Charisma from publishing stuff anyway.

Technically the article is titled "5 Lessons We Can Learn from the Mark Driscoll controversy" but as Driscoll seems set on leaning more charismatic than Reformed and relaunching a career, the following excerpt seems most germane to Charisma coverage in general these days:

http://www.charismanews.com/opinion/50865-5-lessons-we-can-learn-from-mark-driscoll-controversy
... I don't have enough information to truly speak to the issues on either side, but I want to remind all of us that Christians are fallible and make mistakes. We should consider the total portrait of one's life, character and ministry and evaluate on that basis. ...

By all means don't let your ignorance keep you from publishing stuff.

1 comment:

Foosh said...

If you think this is bad you should see the prophetic piece they published about Donald Trump being God's...ahem...trumpet. It's almost like a Christian version of The Onion these days.