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Janet Mefferd Apologizes for Charging Mark Driscoll with Plagiarism

Hmm. Janet Mefferd now apologizes for charges of plagiarism against Mark Driscoll? With so much evidence? I smell lawyers, and a good-ole boy network. To borrow the words of Charles Barkley, I could be wrong, but I doubt it. You can listen to Mefferds explanation here.

Mercy for Mark Driscoll

This post is intended to send a message, to myself and to my readers: You and I are not better than Mark Driscoll, and God is watching. Those of us who preach are far from perfect. In fact, if every preacher who ever made a mistake were to step down and stop teaching, there would […]

Mark Driscoll Nailed for Plagiarism

From Janet Mefferd: On Nov. 21, I conducted an interview with Mars Hill Church Pastor Mark Driscoll. During the course of the interview, I questioned Pastor Driscoll about two sections of his book, “A Call to Resurgence,” which neglected to contain any quotes, detailed footnotes or attribution for his reproduction of another scholar’s thoughts and […]

Pulpit Plagiarism: Where Do You Draw the Line?

Question: When has a preacher crossed the line into plagiarism in his sermon? D. A. Carson: First: Taking over another sermon and preaching it as if it were yours is always and unequivocally wrong, and if you do it you should resign or be fired immediately. The wickedness is along at least three axes: (1) […]

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