George baptized * Driscoll chastised * MacLeod evangelized: Thursday’s Religion News Roundup

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Prince George is in the minority. Jonathan Merritt gives Mark Driscoll of Mars Hill Church a dressing down. Gavin MacLeod, the “Love Boat” captain, has a new moniker.

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  • Kevan Scott

    I’m ‘not so sure” Mark Driscoll is the one to be carrying a message of peace and unity forward, I’m totally and completely sure! These “pastors’ who live an lavish lifestyle while fleecing the flock hold no respect from me only contempt. Add to that comments from Mr. Driscoll himself only confirm ones suspicions that the only “peace” he wants is more money and the forcible conversion of anyone who doesn’t believe, look or act exactly as he decrees a Christian should look, act, and believe. It’s people like Mr. Driscoll who have forced me not to think of myself as a Christian but more as a follower or ‘believer’ but the ‘Christian” tag has unfortunately become synonomyous with right wing hate and bigotry and I have no desire to fall under that description.

  • David Lloyd-Jones

    May I mildly object to your calling secular rationalists, or even just the secular, “nonbelievers”?

    For starters these people believe in the tangible real world — which is more than can be said for a large percentage of the soi disant “religious” among your fellow-Christians.

    Have a little respect, will you please!