Mark Driscoll Says That Jesus Lusted After Women

Mark Driscoll says that Jesus lusted after women and wanted to sleep with his female disciples.

“If you’re tempted to these sorts of things — including sexual sin — some of you say, “Now Mark, Jesus wasn’t sexually tempted.” Well, of course he was — 30 something year old single man who had women who adored him. You don’t think he ever wanted the comfort of a woman? You don’t think he ever got tired of going to bed by himself? You don’t think that he didn’t once want to have intimate relations with a woman? He was tempted.”(Mark Driscoll – “How Human was Jesus?”, October 15th 2006.)

“Could Jesus have Sinned?
While systematic theologians have spilled much ink on this point, the precise biblical answer is that we do not know. The Bible never addresses, much less answers, the question. Some will find this disturbing, but the Bible is clear that humility is the first requirement for a good theologian, so that we can be satisfied with what the God of the universe thinks we need to know.”
(Mark Driscoll – “Vintage Jesus” – Could Jesus have sinned? – Page 52)

3 Comments on “Mark Driscoll Says That Jesus Lusted After Women

  1. any one who would even think about that is not of god but the devil.

  2. It is interesting to compare Mark Driscoll with the behavior and character of the Apostle Paul. It seems to me that Mark (the Cussing Preacher) Driscoll doesn’t measure up very well. He exhibits no kindness, purity, modesty or reverence in his preaching. He has written and spoken enough for us to know him well. He states that he is a Calvinist; well that is probably all he is, along with a dose of antinomianism and Seattle grunge.

  3. It’s believable some women had the “capacity” to tempt but the Bible does not say Jesus was ever tempted by women. I tend to leave any suggestions alone to avoid speculation.

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