Monday, February 22, 2016

Driscoll mentions re-release of a 1 Corinthians series, 33 sermons that he describes as originally preached in 2007 that were, in fact, preached in 2006
Mark Driscoll Feb 22 newsletter 2016

I had a job as a concierge and a belhop at a hotel when I was younger and I kinda had this view of God as a concierge and a belhop. You tell him what you want and he goes and does it and if he doesn't do it, well, then he's not very good at his job.

Is he sure he doesn't still have that view?

But that's not necessarily what we're going to look at here.  Driscoll mentioned there's 33 sermons coming back, the 1 Corinthians series that describes as dating from 2007.

Uh ... 2007?  Had to listen to it a few times to be sure he really mentioned that year.

 Let's go back and consider what sermons were preached in 2007 by Mark Driscoll.

There was Redeeming Ruth (January to February 2007); there was Nehemiah (February to September 2007) with some Titus (July 2007) and The Rebel's Guide to Joy (a Phillipians series from October 2007 to December 2007).

There was no 1 Corinthians series.

That was all in 2006, January to September 2006.
Acts 18:1-18 | Pastor Mark Driscoll
Part 1 | January 08, 2006
1 Corinthians 16:1-24 | Pastor Mark Driscoll
Part 33 | September 24, 2006

You can see for yourself since, at least for the time being, robots.txt isn't getting in the way.

I would have thought that the guy could remember the dates for his own sermons.  It'll be interesting to learn how much content remains from the series, since it was in the 1 Corinthians sermon series from 2006 that discussions about sweet real estate acquisitions came up.

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