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Spot on, always good.

The way in which John Mark tackles mine field type topics with tact and compassion is intriguing at the least. He is very educated on the original translation, commentary from scholars, and scripture in general. John Mark consistently challenges me to become more and more like Jesus. This guy is one of the best communicators of the way of Jesus in this generation without a doubt.


Is not a sushi menu. When John Mark preaches in part 8 of “the flesh” series that he “doesn’t believe” eternal punishment in hell is “Biblical,” he is picking and choosing what God (and Jesus, too, even though John Mark claims he never spoke about punishment in hell - he absolutely did) makes clear in the Bible.

It strikes me as ironic, due to that fact that in an earlier podcast, John Mark said that the most effective lies Satan tells are: 1. “98% true, and 2% false, with the 2% being the most important part of the story” and 2. “Whole truths of a two-sided coin, that omit the other side of the story.”

I am deeply disturbed as to why John Mark would not tell the whole truth, even going so far as to take a hard stand *against* scripture. It terrifies me to think that his church could be fitting the exact description of Satan’s lies as John Mark described them. I would be open to hearing an explanation to this interpretation, but I can not recommend this podcast until this church takes a hard look at this stance.

John Mark gets so much right in his sermons. It is unfortunate that he got this point so recklessly wrong.


Deep. Enlightening. Inspiring. (and funny)
John Mark Comer’s teachings are
leading me to be better follower of Jesus and giving me a clearer understanding of what it means to practice His ways on a daily basis.
Highly recommend!!

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  • Category: Christianity
  • Language: English

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