May 14, 2013

Is Mark Driscoll the New Pat Robertson?

Jonathan Merritt, Religion News Service

At the Catalyst Conference in Dallas, Texas, controversial pastor Mark Driscoll ignited controversy yet again when he made it known that he isn’t concerned with caring for creation.

“I know who made the environment,” Driscoll reportedly said. “He’s coming back, and he’s going to burn it all up. So yes, I drive an SUV.”

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