Mark driscoll is masturbation a sin
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Mega church pastor Mark Driscoll has made headlines this week in the wake of an announcement that a number of his churches will be closing down. Here are four more recent and just as problematic quotes from Pastor Driscoll. According to Driscoll, oral sex on your husband does the trick.
His hip, 21st century approach to leading his megachurch -- where the New York Times notes most members claim "Fight Club" is their favorite movie and the band plays Bruce Springsteen's "Born To Run" to warm up for the hymns they'll perform during the service -- has had people talking -- and protesting -- since he founded the church in at the age of Though Driscoll and his congregation may come across as surprisingly liberal in some ways -- tattoos and nose rings are a common sight at Mars Hill -- their approach to Biblical teachings is less so. They rail against premarital sex, feminism, modern interpretations of the Bible, and viewing Jesus as "a Richard Simmons, hippie, queer Christ