See Warren Throckmorton’s post, More Citation Problems in Mark Driscoll’s Book Real Marriage; Leland Ryken’s Worldly Saints and More. Increasingly I think Driscoll’s rocket to stardom came at the expense of his integrity and on the coattails of numerous shortcuts. Considering the evidence compiled by Throckmorton in this and numerous other posts, I can’t believe Driscoll sincerely, genuinely thought what he was doing was OK. He might not have intended to plagiarize and possibly break copyright laws, but he surely had a flippant attitude toward the work of others.
Looking back to the original scandal, I hope you’ll join me in refusing to buy anything from Tyndale House Publishers until its executives improve their editorial standards.