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Mark Driscoll Officially Declares, “I’m Delusional”

September 6, 2011

Mark Driscoll is a bully; a fake tough-guy; a demon-worshiper; incredibly non-discerning; and a terrible scholar. We can now add delusional crazy person to the list of his attributes.

Apparently, according to Mark, the ‘Holy Spirit’ plays pornographic TV visions for him. And of course demons; with Mark there always has to be demons…

And sometimes I see things too. I see things too. I’ve seen women raped. I’ve seen children molested. I’ve seen people abused. I’ve seen people beaten. I’ve seen horrible things done. Horrible things done. I’ve seen children dedicated in occultic groups and demons come upon them as an infant by invitation. And I wasn’t present for any of it, but I’ve seen it visibly.

Disturbing.

Mark is wearing a mickey Mouse T-shirt. It is symbolic of his teaching and theology. Or the fact that people every week intentionally take time out of their schedule to go and listen to such tripe.

Think about this for a moment: if Mark were to visit a shrink, how would his assessment go when he told the Dr. of his overly sexual and violent visions? He would be committed to an institute.

The man is insane and his delusional train is going off of the rails.

 

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  1. 4xi0m permalink
    September 6, 2011 11:39 am

    Mark Driscoll isn’t crazy, he’s just acting. See, they took the plot of “The Sixth Sense” and reworked it into a porno, and he’s playing the main character. Didn’t you know?

  2. September 6, 2011 12:40 pm

    nutjob. sheer quackery. must repost.
    i shake my head…

  3. terri permalink
    September 6, 2011 1:06 pm

    Very creepy….especially when he feels obligated to go into such elaborate detail when describing the woman’s adultery situation. It seems like he is taking a perverse pleasure in that particular “outing”.

    I predict that the more he puts out stories like these the sooner it will come to light that he is greatly exaggerating, to put it nicely, or blatantly lying.

    He will eventually paint himself into a corner.

    The power of suggestion combined with an aura of authority makes any of these “counseling sessions” ripe for false memories and spiritual abuse.

    • Headless Unicorn Guy permalink
      September 7, 2011 10:45 pm

      Very creepy….especially when he feels obligated to go into such elaborate detail when describing the woman’s adultery situation. It seems like he is taking a perverse pleasure in that particular “outing”.

      I believe the theological term for this is “JUICY! JUICY! JUICY!”

      After all, how else can Christianese types get their fix of Forbidden Erotic Subjects?

      • WenatcheeTheHatchet permalink
        September 8, 2011 2:03 am

        I dunno, HUG, some 11 weeks of sermons on Song of Songs in 2008 suggests that not only are there no forbidden erotic subjects in Driscoll’s neck of the woods but that he can’t stop yammering about it. The 2008 sermons were an extended rerun of what he preached in 1999. By his account in Reformission Rev (book from 2006) he got into Song of Songs because he was frustrated by his sex life and thought that studying Song of Songs would improve things. So with Driscoll there’s probably no such thing as a forbidden erotic subject unless that’s discussing same-sex attraction or the possibility that a woman can tell a guy that tonight is not the night.

        • Headless Unicorn Guy permalink
          September 23, 2011 4:30 pm

          I dunno, HUG, some 11 weeks of sermons on Song of Songs in 2008 suggests that not only are there no forbidden erotic subjects in Driscoll’s neck of the woods but that he can’t stop yammering about it.

          Sounds like a Christianese take on Sexual Obsession. Going on 20 years in Furry Fandom, I’ve seen the type — can’t or won’t change the subject as long as the subject is sexual.

  4. September 6, 2011 2:05 pm

    Hey, Scott, stop pulling your punches and tell us what you really think!

  5. September 6, 2011 2:53 pm

    http://robertcargill.com/2011/09/06/i-see-nutjob-mark-driscolls-psychic-visions-and-extrasensory-perception/

  6. meinmysmallcorner permalink
    September 7, 2011 2:50 am

    aaaaaaaarrrrrrrrggggggghhhhhhhh!!!!! I can’t even make it to the end of the clip. Dear Lord have mercy…

  7. paulf permalink
    September 7, 2011 8:37 am

    Sad news about the Russian hockey team.

  8. September 7, 2011 9:29 am

    I’ve come to the conclusion that he’s making it all up (after reading the comments on Jesus Needs New PR it seemed the only logical one – http://www.jesusneedsnewpr.net/mark-driscoll-sees-things/).

    What I can’t figure out is, what is the endgame here? WHY is he making this up? Is it just a narcissistic thing? Has he so bought into his “bad boy” reputation that he thinks this kind of hyperbole is, acceptable, effective and necessary? Or, more importantly, does he think no one will call him on his bullsh*t??

  9. terri permalink
    September 7, 2011 10:05 am

    Sean,

    One of the hardest things for people to admit is that their church leaders willfully exaggerate, lie, manipulate and take advantage of trusting people.

    It seems so scandalous to think that anyone, let alone a religious leader, would so boldly lie.

    We don’t want to think that people can be that disgusting….but they can be.

    I still remember a news program about a con man ripping off ALS patients for tens of thousands of dollars for bogus “treatments”. It was one of those “gotcha” reports and the journalist had this man cornered and mounds of proof about his fraud and deception. Even after the journalist proved beyond any doubt that everything the man has said is a bald-faced lie, the man wouldn’t admit it. And, after the con man is left alone with the current ALS patient who has helped the journalist bring this guy down…..he still tries to convince this dying man that he is throwing away the only hope he has for a cure.

    It was the most evil thing I have ever seen…..and I always remember that moment when it seems impossible to believe that anyone could be so awful to another human being

    • 4xi0m permalink
      September 7, 2011 10:52 am

      I’ve thought about this, Terri, and I have to conclude that, in some cases at least, their theology is part of the problem. Their conception of God is of an all-powerful, invincible overlord, who is also immoral in that he constantly violates the categorical imperative (i.e. brings ‘non-elect’ people into being just to torture them endlessly for finite transgressions, because he somehow derives ‘glory’ from this display of ‘justice’). Is it any wonder that willing followers of such an overlord also treat people solely as a means to an end? I’ve no clue what end Driscoll is aiming at, but it’s irrelevant.

      Thomas Paine put it more succinctly: “Belief in a cruel god makes a cruel man.” I must admit I’m puzzled at how Christian theology reached this pinnacle of moral stupidity, though. As far as I can see, it’s diametrically opposed to the sort of things Christ said.

      • dan permalink
        September 7, 2011 7:24 pm

        That is because what he does is not Christianity.

  10. Sorin permalink
    September 20, 2011 9:30 pm

    “And I wasn’t present for any of it, but I’ve seen it visibly.”

    Me too! I watch TV.

  11. January 30, 2012 11:29 am

    This is what you get when a man learns all of Scripture but has no humanity or common sense. He may be “doctrinally correct” most of the time, but a C.H. Spurgeon he is clearly not!!

  12. Steve permalink
    May 15, 2012 9:10 pm

    Boy, I hope I never become prominent enough to be reviewed by you, Scott. You can find demons in my closet too because I’m a sinner who isn’t constantly, whole-heartedly and perfectly devoted to God. Praise God that I am saved by a God who receives sinners and is patient with them as He works on us in this world, even using us, to His glory and the joy of people who recognize His grace.
    May He grant you peace and continued sanctification as you find ways that you can also grow, by God’s grace, and to His glory.
    -Steve

  13. Scotty Newman permalink
    July 19, 2012 9:29 am

    It is sad that this kind of perverted excuse for teaching is even in the Kingdom of God. Mark is definitely an apostate, and I would urge anyone who reads his books, listens to his “teaching” on YouTube, or, Heaven forbid, is a member of Mars Hill, to cease doing so. Mark is about Mark, and It is a sad commentary on this day’s spiritual blindness that this perversion goes on, supposedly in the Name of the Lord & savior Jesus Christ.

  14. Scotty Newman permalink
    September 28, 2012 8:07 pm

    Sometimes I get visions. I saw a winged fruitcake flying out of a cuckoo’s nest… and whose face is that on the fruitcake??? Mark Driscol???

  15. Joe permalink
    December 17, 2012 5:49 pm

    this is a very hate filled blog

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