by Mark and Grace Driscoll, there was a certain expectation.TB was expecting something irritating, something provocative and something worthy of the “Crazy Mark Driscoll” pet name I use to refer to the Mars Hill (Seattle) pastor. This book is an astoundingly unbelievable work of disrespect for women. Men and women are different, generally have different gifts and abilities and both are valuable.(11-12)Day after day, for what became years, I spent hours meeting with people untangling the sexual knots in their life, reading every book and every section of the Bible I could find that related to their needs…I had a church filled with single young women who were asking me how they could stop being sexually ravenous and wait for a Christian husband, then I’d go home to a wife whom I was not sexually enjoying.
(My lovely wife might tell you that I’m not doing a very good job.) Listen to how many times Mark considers women (and specifically Grace–his wife and co-author) as merely sexual beings: One night…I had a dream in which I saw some things that shook me to my core.I saw in painful detail Grace sinning sexually during a senior trip she took after high school when we had just started dating.