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Religion Saves: And Nine Other Misconceptions | [Mark Driscoll]

Religion Saves: And Nine Other Misconceptions

After an introduction devoted to the misconception that religion can save us, Driscoll tackles questions relating to birth control, humor, predestination, grace, sexual sin, faith and works, dating, the emerging church, and the regulative principle. Because the purpose of this audiobook is to address commonly asked questions, all listeners will find relevant, engaging material, presented in Driscoll's distinctively edgy - yet theologically sound - style.
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After 343,203 online votes, here are the top nine questions posed by visitors to the Mars Hill Church website, each one answered by Pastor Mark Driscoll in his own voice.

Inspired by 1 Corinthians, in which Paul answers a series of questions posed by the people in the Corinthian church, in 2008 Pastor Mark Driscoll of Mars Hill Church in Seattle polled the visitors of his church's website to determine their most pressing questions. Visitors were allowed to vote up to 10 times per day, and in the end, 893 questions were asked and 343,203 votes were cast. The top nine questions are now each answered in this audio version of Religion Saves, narrated by Driscoll himself.

After an introduction devoted to the misconception that religion can save us, Driscoll tackles questions relating to birth control, humor, predestination, grace, sexual sin, faith and works, dating, the emerging church, and the regulative principle. Because the purpose of this audiobook is to address commonly asked questions, all listeners will find relevant, engaging material, presented in Driscoll's distinctively edgy - yet theologically sound - style.

©2009 Mark Driscoll; (P)2009 Crossway Audio

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    James 08-20-12
    James 08-20-12 Member Since 2005
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    What disappointed you about Religion Saves?

    Narration was an epic fail. I would have rather heard pigs being slaughtered with blunt objects.


    Would you ever listen to anything by Mark Driscoll again?

    Based on this one.. no way.. chinese water torture sounds more appealing.


    Would you be willing to try another one of Mark Driscoll’s performances?

    No.


    What character would you cut from Religion Saves?

    The author..


    Any additional comments?

    Nope..

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    gerald Amarillo, TX, United States 03-05-11
    gerald Amarillo, TX, United States 03-05-11 Member Since 2007
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    "The Raradox of Religions"

    I have read several books about religions and wanted to hear a Christian minister’s point of view. I was pleased to hear Mark Driscoll’s statement in the opening chapter that a common problem with religions is that each religion thinks theirs is the only way to interpret God’s word.
    To my disappointment the remainder of the book discussed why Mr. Driscoll’s point of view is the only way to worship God.

    3 of 7 people found this review helpful
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