By Art Moore
Accustomed to public controversy as an outspoken defender of traditional marriage in the secular Pacific Northwest, mega-church pastor Mark Driscoll apparently is meeting some resistance in the Bible Belt this month as he prepares to bring his orthodox but edgy and unconventional approach to faith and practice to the late-Rev. Jerry Falwell’s Liberty University.
It’s clear that Driscoll, co-author with his wife of New York Times bestseller “Real Marriage: The Truth About Sex, Friendship, and Life Together,” is still scheduled to speak at Liberty’s student chapel April 20 and hold a marriage conference that night and the next day based on his book. Click here to read more.
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