Driscollified: Mark insisting to remain a minister through deceitful means

Chris Rosebrough exposes the absolute deceit and trickery Mark Driscoll played on his audience at the Thrive Conference in America.

“Talk about playing the victim card. Go grab your smallest violin and get ready to play because you are about to hear a sob story here. Never once does [Mark Driscoll] mention how he stole $200,000 to buy his way onto the New York Times best-seller list. Doesn’t talk about his plagiarism. Doesn’t talk about the pile of dead bodies. Doesn’t talk about the designated funds being used for other things. No. No. No.

[Mark Driscoll’s] a victim. Yeah. He’s the victim”

After Brian Houston misleading Hillsong Conference over his father’s pedophilia and spinning his own lies and dangerous advice over that scandal he was involved in, you can imagine how both these dishonest men will be portraying Mark Driscoll at Hillsong Conference 2015. (So much for their mantra: “Speak [God]: We’re listening”.)

Placard1-DriscollInBootsListen to the radio segment here. (Starts around 9 minutes in.)

Driscoll Plays The Victim At Thrive

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Program segments:

• Driscoll Plays the Victim at Thrive
• Paul Tripp on Self-Deception
• Good Sermon by Gervase Charmley

Source: Chris Rosebrough, Driscoll Plays The Victim At Thrive, Fighting for the Faith, http://www.fightingforthefaith.com/2015/05/driscoll-plays-the-victim-at-thrive.html, Published 08/05/2015. (Accessed 27/05/2015.)

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Print, Promote & Protest



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