Real Marriage: A review (Pt. 2)


As is by now well known, Mark Driscoll wrote a book on marriage that has proved the most controversial book of 2012 within evangelicalism.  Not a high bar, but he’s jumped it with ease (followed by a close second).

Today’s post is the critique, which I imagine is what most everyone is waiting for.  When we are in such moments, “the good stuff” is frequently reduced to where the other folks are wrong and we happen to be right.  A universal problem, not limited to any particular current of Christianity.  But it’s worth noting, as the eagerness to move to what is wrong can lead our thinking astray.  Reading and writing can be a dangerous thing.