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He tells, for instance, the following story of one female member of his congregation who – and I quote – “brought her husband to Christ” by giving him oral sex, in accord with Driscoll’s specific pastoral advice to her. 18, 2007, sermon in Edinburgh, Scotland, described this particular husband’s “conversion”: She [the wife] says, “I’ve never performed oral sex on my husband. It’s also a major focus of “Real Marriage,” his brand-new No. In any event, however you interpret the Song of Solomon, it’s undeniable that weird and sometimes disastrous things happen when you base your worldview and ministry on one or two allegorical and controversial scripture passages.
I’ve refused to.” I said, “You need to go home and tell your husband that you’ve met Jesus and you’ve been studying the Bible, and that you’re convicted of a terrible sin in your life. Is this what we now stoop to in our efforts to make the magnificent Christian faith – the moral foundation of Western civilization – more appealing to a rudderless, confused and sex-drenched generation? 1 New York Times best-seller – which is mostly about sex – co-authored with his wife, Grace. But this is an amazing chapter of the Bible: [Song of Solomon] Chapter 6 verse 13. I mean, check out this You Tube video of a room full of “Christian worshipers” ecstatically handling multiple poisonous snakes.
And then you need to drop his trousers, and you need to serve your husband. Is this what now passes for pastoral counseling and preaching the Bible? For Driscoll, the Song of Solomon amounts to a soft-porn sex manual, which inspires him to admonish women – those who aspire to be “biblical wives” – to awaken their husbands each morning by sexually servicing them in the same way the aforementioned wife “converted” her husband “to Christ.” (Actually, I’m not really too sure she converted him to a deep Christian faith, but no doubt he was converted into an enthusiastic member of Driscoll’s fast-growing church.) To his credit, Driscoll condemns fornication, adultery and homosexuality. That’s right, there are some churches, mostly in the Southeastern U.
And when he asks why, say, ‘Because I’m a repentant woman. But for married folks, Driscoll – citing his chief inspiration Solomon, who had 700 wives – promotes sex toys, imaginary sexual role-playing, cybersex, what used to be called “sodomy” (both oral and anal) and wives becoming strippers for their husbands. S., that believe handling venomous snakes and drinking poison are an important biblical test and proof of their faith. Because in the Gospel according to Mark, Jesus said: “And these signs will follow those who believe: In My name they will cast out demons; they will speak with new tongues; they will take up serpents; and if they drink anything deadly, it will by no means hurt them; they will lay hands on the sick, and they will recover” (Mark -18).
David Kupelian is an award-winning journalist, vice president and managing editor of WND, editor of Whistleblower magazine and widely read columnist. We already have a Christian denomination catering to every other worldview, comfort zone and obsession, so why not sex?
He is also the best-selling author of "The Marketing of Evil" (2005), "How Evil Works" (2010) and most recently, “The Snapping of the American Mind” (2015). As I said in “The Marketing of Evil”: “No matter what kind of person you are, a form of Christianity has evolved just for you.
However, let’s just state the obvious: Mark Driscoll is utterly obsessed with sex. Driscoll was “preaching” the Song of Solomon, which he has said repeatedly is his favorite part of the Bible and about which he preaches often. Kind of like the way today’s judges see things in the U. Constitution – gay marriage, abortion, banishing the Ten Commandments from courthouses – that jurists in all previous generations somehow missed.I said, “Why don’t you walk ahead of me for awhile.” She said, “What for? But I’d like to watch your butt for a while, at least through the vegetable section. Having mystical visions of parishioners in sex acts is not normal.” I said, “I just want to watch your butt for a while.” She said, “Watch my butt? Counseling female members of your church to bring their husbands to Jesus through sex acts – that’s not normal.“One of the world’s most-downloaded and quoted pastors,” says Driscoll’s official bio, “his audience – fans and critics alike – spans the theological and cultural left and right. But it’s fair to say the Song of Solomon (or Song of Songs) – a short love poem of only eight chapters – is probably the most controversial book in the Bible. Because of its often erotic language, “ancient Jews and Christians alike rejected its literal interpretation and allegorized it,” explains the editor’s note in my King James Bible: “For the Jews, it referred to God’s dealings with his bride, Israel.He was also named one of the ’25 Most Influential Pastors of the Past 25 Years’ by Preaching magazine, and his sermons are consistently No. The early Christians saw it as representing the relationship between Christ and His bride, the Church.” This spiritual interpretation pretty much held sway for the first 19 centuries after Christ.