NYT on Driscoll

“Driscoll’s New Calvinism underscores a curious fact: the doctrine of total human depravity has always had a funny way of emboldening, rather than humbling, its adherents.”

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2 thoughts on “NYT on Driscoll

  1. Bob Sacamento says:

    You ever get the feeling that there was a quote rattling around in your brain for years just waiting to get out, and then someone else said it first?

    That was a brilliant article. I’ll have to take them on faith re: Mars Hill and Driscoll. But the comments on evangelicalism at large were absolutely right on the money.

  2. Steve O'Hollearn says:

    I’ve listened to a number of Driscoll’s messages… I’m pretty sure that he made a distinction between utter depravity (all being affected) and total depravity (nothing good whatsoever). He, at the time, seemed all for utter depravity.

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