~The Driscoll Controversy
The problem is that that's a false dichotomy. That's assuming that theology has nothing to do with how one lives in the culture, which is in fact the heart of Easy Believism. HOW you live reveals what your ACTUAL theology is. What you believe is lived out. So to say you are "theologically conservative" is a lie if you are a liberal culturally. Liberalism comes from a worldview which isn't biblical.
To believe Driscoll is theologically correct while understanding he is "culturally liberal" (or "relevant" as the Emergents like to say), is to admit that theology as NO BEARING on one's life. It is merely saying confession is "good enough", not both confession and possession. 1 John is huge on this.
1Jn 1:6 If we say that we have fellowship with Him and yet walk in the darkness, we lie and do not practice the truth;
This is why Driscoll is where he is right now.