Last year about this time, I was listening to some sermons by Mark Driscoll (if you do not know who he is check out these two articles: Wikipedia, Theopedia) and repeatedly say “Jesus is our God.” Something about that phrase rubbed me the wrong way. I recognize that Jesus is God, but all at the same time time, He is not the fullness of God and if someone wasn’t aware of what was going on, it might lead them into a form of modalism. So, I wrote Mark Driscoll expressing my concern about this, not really expecting a reply. A couple of weeks later I received a reply from him, rebuking me and telling me to put down the books and get out and witness to someone. While there is the sting of truth to that rebuke, since most times I would rather spend time with books than people, it still upset me a little. It upset me because it seemed like Driscoll was sacrificing doctrinal precision, and about who God is no less, for the sake of spreading the Gospel. Anyone that reads this, what do you think?