Did Jesus turn water into wine or grape juice? What is the origin of the Samaritans? How can we obey God’s exhortation not to fear when there are so many fearful things in the world? And, if Messianic Jews are really Christians, why do they observe the Saturday Sabbath? Don’t miss the answers to these questions and many more!
Dr. Brown’s Bottom Line: Ultimately the heart of God is that everything would be reconciled under and to Jesus, and that His name would be the highest name in the universe, to the glory of God the Father. Let that be our goal 24/7, and we’ll find ourselves in harmony with God.
Dr. Brown’s Bottom Line: God’s ways are ways of life, not death; of peace, not destruction, that will be generationally blessed. Give yourself to the Lord and His ways, and you will have no regret!
Why I Look Forward to the End: VOR Article by Joel Richardson
As a Christian author, teacher and commentator whose message often revolves around “the end times,” I am frequently asked how I cope emotionally with such a constant drum beat of negativity. How can anyone stomach a steady diet of such non-stop gloom and doom without developing a nervous condition?
While I understand the question, the fact of the matter is that discussing “the end times” doesn’t depress me at all, it actually excites me. But before I am quoted out of context, please allow me to explain myself. […]
What Do Jewish People Think About Jesus?: Dr. Michael Brown answers sixty common questions about Jewish people and Jewish culture. He also addresses questions Christians have about their own relationship to the Old Testament Law.
Answering Jewish Objections to Jesus vol. 4 by Dr. Brown: In this volume of the Answering Jewish Objections to Jesus series, Dr. Brown counters the arguments that the New Testament mistranslates, misuses, and misunderstands the Hebrew Scriptures, also addressing the objections that Jesus or Paul abolished the Law.
Is Christianity Jewish? [Think it Thru DVD] with Dr. Brown: It seems that the major religious faiths have little or nothing in common at all. Dr. Michael Brown travels to the Bible Belt of the United States to explore what people know of Judaism and its relationship to Christianity.