Wiley Drake

Wiley Drake is the 2nd Vice President of the Southern Baptist Convention…and someone I’m really intrigued by.  He and I share very little in common as far as where we think the SBC should be heading…but I’m really getting to like the guy.  Though we’ve never met in person, I’ve read about him and talked to dozens of folks that have had lengthy conversations with him.  He seems to be a real quirky character that has caused some turmoil within the ranks of the SBC leadership.  However, he is also a man with a heart for the hurting as this blog posting talks about.  I think the thing I like most about Wiley Drake is that he seems to be an older SBC pastor that just oozes missional.  I may be wrong about that…but I’d love to grab a bite with the guy and talk one-on-one about reaching people for Christ.  I think it would be pretty interesting!!!

Wiley Drake

2 thoughts on “Wiley Drake

  1. cinamingrl says:

    Drake suffers from a mental disorder named “megalomania”. That one, along with Narcissistic Personality disorder”, are serious mental illnesses. It’s one of the psychopathic disorders that ruins the lives of others who they come into contact with. It’s considered to be a anti-social kind of disorder, that is incurable. People who develop these disorders rarely seek help. And if they do, they remain un-treatable. He needs to be institutionalized, and we should pity him.

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  2. Drake has long gone off the deep end. He uses his pulpit for his own personal agendas. Such as “boycotting Disneyland” for employing gays…..and his latest escapade, trying to prove that the President is an “illegal alien”. Drake seems to suffer from a mental illness named “narcissistic personality disorder”. People who suffer from this illness have symptoms such as delusions of grandeur. He seems to believe that acting like an insane person will get him fame. But he is only making a spectacle of himself. I feel sorry for his family. He has become an embarrassment to the FSBC. Maybe at one time his ideas about helping the homeless were positive and helpful. But he has turned his pulpit into a circus. His church services are no longer religious, but more political. And some people have been thrown out of the church physically for dissenting out loud. And there are a lot of O.C. citizens who dissent over his insane beliefs. If he’d use his position for the good of mankind, instead of for his own personal agendas, he night be doing a service to Orange County. But he isn’t. He should go back to Arkansas where his racism and hick ways are accepted. Because most of the citizens in O.C. think he is crazy and needs to be institutionalized.

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