I've profited a good deal from John Piper's writings and conferences. I'd count myself a supportive admirer. But I'm not a fanatic. I ran into fanatics when I posted this essay on Pyro. In the essay, and in the comments, I made a very mild criticism of Piper's position on emotions. It was tempered, and it was exactly accurate — but I was dogpiled.
These folks were not content to say they disagreed; they accused me of lying, distorting, having no idea what I was talking about, making it up. It was nuts.
And that's what they do to someone who's basically a fan!
Wonder what they'd do with this guy.
It would take a lot of time to wade through what he has. I'll say this: he loses 50% right off for trying to be Melchizedek. But still, the evaluations should be weighed on their merits, or lack thereof.