More from Radical Reformission

"reformission is not about abstention; it is about redemption. We must throw ourselves into the culture so that all that God made good is taken back and used in a way that glorifies him. Our goal is not to avoid drinking, singing, working, playing, eating, love-making, and the like. Instead, our goal must be to redeem those things through the power of the gospel so that they are used rightly according to Scripture, bringing God glory and his people a satisfied joy." (152)

In chapter 7, Driscoll writes about 7 demons of postmodernity. Demon 1 is the Sky Fairy:

"Jesus is not a nice old man in a button-up cardigan sweater and loafers singing happy songs while loading everyone onto a trolly headed to the Neighborhood of Make-Believe to meet King Friday like some Mr. Rogers clone. That god is the neutered and limp-wristed popular Sky Fairy of pop culture that wants to bless everyone, does not care what you call him/her/it/they, never gets angry, and would never talk about sin or send anyone to hell. This mythical Sky Fairy is increasingly mistaken for Jesus, however, by many young pastors and Christians I have met who don't want the gospel to be the offensive and foolish stumbling block that it is. So they remake Jesus into a feathered-hair fairy in lavender tights and take the sword of revelation out of his hand, replacing it with a daisy." (166)

Taken from The Radical Reformissionary by Mark Driscoll.