Yes according to Dan Wilkinson. Here is one of his posts from a couple of years ago [rightly] going after Mark Driscoll. The paragraph that stood out for me was this one:
The anti-intellectualism that Driscoll encourages is destroying the church. Asking Christians to abrogate the life of the mind in favor of blind “submission” to a particular doctrine — especially when that doctrine is itself divisive and destructive — is tantamount to forming a cult: don’t think for yourself, don’t investigate what I’m about to say, just accept what I’m going to tell you because it’s in the Bible and the Bible is God’s Word. Is that the message of Christianity? Is that what Christ asks us to do in order to follow him?
Wilkinson is more optimistic than me. I fear that effects of a Christianity of the Driscoll kind is far more prevalent and influential than we would like to admit. But, read the whole post and make up your own mind.
And, as an afterthought, spend some times with the comments. The discussion on anger is particularly illuminating.