Mark Driscoll

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Staying Faithful to the Author’s Intent

Back in the late 1980s, I developed a strong interest in the fictional character of Sherlock Holmes. This borderline obsession was initially sparked by the consistently-brilliant performances of Jeremy Brett in the title role, originally aired in 1984 on Granada Television in the UK. Ever the purist, Brett’s filmed performances had the effect of driving

Celebrating a Birth Completely Unbound by Human Expectations

As Christmas draws near and we begin to focus on what God has done for us in Jesus Christ, I am reminded of a sermon I listened to a few Christmases ago. I have friends who, despite the Bible’s abundantly-clear teachings on how God entered humanity, stumble in their walk toward faith when it comes