Religion and Politics

No, you shouldn’t have to accept @PastorMark’s apology

Jonathan Merritt writes, When Christians have grown so bitter toward someone that we can’t even accept their apologies, something has gone


Further proof @PastorMark is truly repentant

Thanks to the intrepid reporting by Warren Throckmorton, we now know the totaly unrelated puff piece of the totally repentant


Just how morally bankrupt is @pastormark?

Seattle’s Mars Hill Church paid a California-based marketing company at least $210,000 in 2011 and 2012 to ensure that Real


How is @PastorMark connected to the Church of Satan and Rand Paul?

Some accuse LaVey of paraphrasing the Nine Satanic Statements from Rand’s Atlas Shrugged without acknowledgement. LaVey later affirmed the connection


Another day, another publisher investigates @PastorMark

Warren Throckmorton points out on his blog, that Crossway is investigating charges about Driscoll’s plagiarism while pointing us to an article


@tyndalehouse’s “nuanced” “mistake” about Janet Mefferd’s apology

In the press release regarding Mark Driscoll’s “mistakes,” Tyndale says: In the days following the interview, the talk show host


@pastormark loves @ivpress (well, their books, just not citing them)

Warren Throckmorton has more details… In this case, the verbatim uses are spread throughout the section of Driscoll’s book (see


Academic Integrity, Paraphrasing Plagiarism according to Princeton University (@pastormark @tyndalehouse)

Part of the issue is this idea of “market standard.” Is “market standard” less than an academic standard? I doubt