I’d listened to his treatment of spiritual warfare a week ago and was blown away by the depth of his experience and knowledge. I supposed I’d judged a book by its cover instead of its content and didn’t think he’d have the breadth of experience he had. If you’re the least bit interested in the topic, you owe yourself the treat to listen to all four parts.
Why do I bother to write about this?
If it impacted me, there’s a good chance it will do the same to you. I’m not a guru –far from it– but I am a typical “Joe six–pack” who is looking for the real thing. Driscoll, at least on these topics, is about as real as it gets.
Take a walk on the wild side…