Christian Leaders and the “Don’t Talk” Rule

(And this is part of the reason why I’ve been so aggressive in denouncing Pastor Mark Driscoll’s plagiarism. He needs to be reminded that he is not above the law. Of course, he is one of the best-known pastors in the U.S., too, so all the more reason to demand a high level of accountability.)


Christian Leaders and the “Don’t Talk” Rule.

If your pastor’s response when someone questions his/her decisions, actions, theology, use of money, etc., is “Don’t touch the Lord’s anointed,” YOU NEED TO FIND A NEW PASTOR.

Get out of that church.  Run, don’t walk.  True disciples of Jesus Christ are never above being questioned.

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2 responses to “Christian Leaders and the “Don’t Talk” Rule

  1. This is what James was referring to: “Don’t be too quick to call yourself a teacher; teachers are held to a higher standard.” And Jesus: “If you’ve been given much, much will be expected from you.”


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