forum, posts from which resurfaced and circulated this week, Driscoll posted blunt and emotional comments critical of feminism, same-sex sexual behavior, and "sensitive emasculated" men, all under the pseudonym "William Wallace II." "While the discussion board itself was a bad idea, my decision to attack critics who were posting there (I did so by posting under the character ' William Wallace II') was an even worse idea," Driscoll said in his letter Friday, provided to CT.
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I am saddened that Brock Turner was released just three months after he was sent to prison, though I'm not shocked.
His story would have been shocking if white privilege didn’t exist. But because both realities exist, it’s just another sad page in the long book of Racist and Sexist American History and Politics.
I had a good mission, but some of my tactics were born out of anger and burnout, and I did a lot of harm and damage while attracting a lot of attention." In his Friday apology, Driscoll noted that, in his 2006 book, he used the forum posts as an example of "something I regretted and an example of a wrong I had learned from." "The content of my postings to that discussion board does not reflect how I feel, or how I would conduct myself today," he told his church members Friday.
"Over the past 14 years I have changed, and, by God's grace, hope to continue to change.
In August 2011, a few months after his full restoration to the church, Lance was enjoying life in a Mars Hill house, living with other men and paying his rent in volunteer labor.