Ask Anything

Mark Driscoll of Mars Hill Church in Seattle is finishing up a series he started in January based on the top 9 questions people had concerning Christianity. The votes came via the web.


  • 01/06: #9 “There’s no doubt the Bible says children are a blessing, but the Bible doesn’t seem to address the specific topic of birth control. Is this a black and white topic, or does it fall under liberties?”

  • 01/13: #8 “Why do you make jokes about mormon missionaries, homosexuals, trenchcoats wearers, single men, vegans, emo kids and then expect these groups to come to know God in the same sermon?”

  • 01/20: #7 “Why does an all loving, all knowing, and all sovereign God will into creation people He foreknows will suffer eternal condemnation? Why does Romans 9:20 feel like a cop-out answer?”

  • 01/27: #6 “Of all the things you teach, what parts of Christianity do you still wrestle with? What’s hardest for you to believe?”

  • 02/03: #5 “How should Christian men and women go about breaking free from the bondage of sexual sin?”

  • 02/10: #4 “If salvation is by faith alone (Romans 3:28), then why are there so many verses that say or imply the opposite, namely that salvation is by works (James 2:24, Matthew 6:15 & 7:21, Galatians 5:19-21)”

  • 02/17: #3 “How does a Christian date righteously; and what are the physical, emotional, and mentally connecting boundaries a Christian must set while developing an intimate relationship prior to marriage?”

  • 02/24: #2 “What can traditional/established churches learn from “emerging” churches?”

  • 03/02: #1 “Do you believe that the Scripture not only regulates our theology but also our methodology? In other words, do you believe in the regulative principle? If so, to what degree? If not, why not?”
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