Seasoned journalist and Christian Radio Talk Show host, Janet Mefferd, interviewed Mark Driscoll on his stop-by attendance at John MacArthur's Strange Fire Conference. She especially queried him concerning whether Driscoll's books he was giving away free were confiscated by security police his tweets suggest.
As Mefferd went on in the interview, she also questioned Driscoll about a section in his newest book, A Call to Resurgence: Will Christianity Have a Funeral or a Future? (Tyndale House Publishers, 2013. $19.99), where Driscoll allegedly has a section 14 pages long reflecting the ideas of Westminster theologian Peter R. Jones but without proper acknowledgment or citation of his intellectual property. In short, Mefferd cornered Driscoll about whether he had plagiarized Jones' material, and whether he was going to make it right with Tyndale House Publishers.1 This is when Driscoll turns noticeably defensive.