Scott over at Covenant Theology Blog has written an excellent piece revealing the errors of Mark Driscoll. Read the full article HERE: Mark Driscoll and the Sex-Driven Church.
Here are a few quotes:
"What a shame it is that such a beautiful passage [Song of Solomon] has been twisted and mangled by carnal ministers like Driscoll to become nothing more than a sex therapy manual, as if the main purpose of the book was to teach how to get physical pleasure from your spouse in bed. Not satisfied with the language already existent in the Song of Solomon, Driscoll takes lewd liberties with passages to turn them into soft porn, such as having “apples” refer to male private parts and “gardens” to be female parts (and he doesn't call them "parts")."
"Driscoll tells us that all good commentators will agree that Song of Solomon 2:3 refers to o**l sex. What commentators? Gill? Calvin? Henry? No. Barnes, Clarke, Wesley? Not a word. The church Fathers? The Geneva Bible Notes? Scofield? What commentaries? He never tells us, and I doubt that anyone in his captive audience ever asked... there is no hint of o**l sex in this passage."
"In short, Mark Driscoll doesn’t even sound like a pastor, but more like a junior high school pervert writing on the bathroom walls. My advice to anyone who hears a pastor over-sexualize Scripture in this manner? Run. "
Read the full article HERE.
See also: Rape of Solomon's Song PDF -John MacArthur
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