THERE ARE NO FALSE PROPHETS IN ENGLAND

At least, according to well-known Seattle idol worshipper, Mark Driscoll, there aren't. In the current edition of "Christianity Magazine" (that's just it's title which doesn't necessarily reflect the content of the rag), the man with the world's biggest inferiority complex, claims, "Let’s just say this: right now, name for me the one young, good Bible teacher that is known across Great Britain. You don’t have one – that’s the problem."

Well, praise the Lord! The last thing my green and pleasant land needs is to be infested with misogynist, homophobic, ageist, strutting throwbacks to Homo Erectus going around trying to recruit young men to the church by telling them they can disregard every advance in equality achieved in the last one hundred years. It's bad enough having to live down the homophobia and class snobbery of the Church of England without having "Sarah Palin in pants" making our embarrassment even worse.

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THERE ARE NO FALSE PROPHETS IN ENGLAND — 6 Comments

  1. I’m sure that the author of “Weal Mawiage” (Not it’s weal, I mean, real title.) would have much to contribute to the faith on the British Isles. In fact, if he and another local mega-church buddy could make a trip there while the State of Washington debates the proposed marriage equality law, we’d be ever so grateful!

  2. One can only hope, MP. He needs to get the stuffing kicked out of him, regardless.

  3. Actually, I “stood up” at one of Billy Graham’s later rallies in the early 80’s. The idea of “coming forward” had been replaced by then. A man of his time, and the times have changed.

  4. An acquaintance/colleague, (all smiley and brain dead type) asked me last year if I’d like to listen to this bloke on my iPod. I politely deflected the suggestion. Luckily it occurred in the lift (as many attacks do). “Oh this is my floor. That was quick. See ya!”

    Sounds like I might have dodged a bullet.