Why Driscoll Isn’t Finished…Yet
First, he gets kicked out of the church network he founded, Acts 29.
His books have been pulled from a chain of 180 stores.
Finally , he has to cancel his big annual conference because all his famous friends think he has cooties now.
This on top of all the other accusations of spiritual and emotional abuse, plagiarism, financial mismanagement, etc, etc.
Some folks think the end is near.
I’m not so sure.
If Mark goes to church this Sunday and the pews are full and the giving is good, then Mark’s only problem is that a lot of people online are upset with him.
That’s a real easy fix.
Don’t go online.
Those of us who have written, researched, exposed, and written again aren’t the ones who keep Driscoll afloat and we aren’t the ones who can bring him to repentance or take him out of the pulpit.
That will be the job of those who pay the bills.
When the reports come out that only 50 people showed up and they each gave a nickel…then he’s done.
Until that happens, he just stays quiet and stays offline…and rebuilds when the cyber fury is exhausted.
I’ve seen this show before…