Driscoll Didn’t Just Plagiarize: He Broke the Law

Zwinglius Redivivus

According to this chap, here’s why:

What Mr. Driscoll has done here is more than just hypocritical and dishonest. It’s illegal. He has violated the copyright of multiple authors who might be able to claim that his behavior has and will damage them commercially. If Driscoll gets the credit for teaching his pithy observations on relationships and forgiveness, he might deprive the ideas’ creators and copyright holders of book sales and other related rights like conference speaking. Considering the legal jeopardy that Driscoll may have exposed them to, it was a little surprising how quickly his publishers circled the wagons and directed their ire at Janet Mefferd, who had brought the problem to light. At least temporarily suspending the sales of the books while they negotiated rights settlements with the copyright holders might have been a prudent move.

There’s a bit more, worth reading (and posted earlier in the month-…

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