Ask Mark Driscoll ANYTHING
Pastor Mark Driscoll is something else. CT titled their Sept.2007 article, Pastor Provocateur, about how polarizing he is. Nothing short of “genius”: controversy sells and generates buzz, he attracts and repels, often even the same group.
Now he’s going Web 2.0 to generate a sermon series. Not the kind of preach through a book of the Bible, chapter-by-chapter, verse-by-verse. Over at askanything.marshillchurch.org, they’re collecting questions Twitter-style until November 1st, and then inviting you to vote on the favorite questions until December 14th. The top 9 questions with the most votes will become a sermon series beginning January 2008. (yes, the full 9-yards Web 2.0 with RSS feeds, comment threads, recent questions, blog..)
The top 3 favorite questions at the moment are:
- Do you believe that the Scripture not only regulates our theology but also our methodology? In other words, do you believe in the regulative principle? If so, to what degree? If not, why not?
- Pastor Mark, you have stated that you do not believe in “the rapture”. What are your beliefs surrounding issues of eschatology and the current, christian infatuation with the apocalypse?
- Why is Mars Hill Church considering opening campuses in other states and countries instead of planting churches at those locations?
Too many pastor-types posting questions and/or voting. I’d like to see more normal people chime in with their questions!
What do you want to ask Mark Driscoll? Don’t just comment here, go over there and ask away!