Is there a gap between theology and living an authentic Christian life? Did Jesus die twice on the cross, spiritually and physically? It’s that time again! Dr. Brown answers your questions!
Dr. Brown’s Bottom Line: Put the emphasis on living a practical, holy, love-filled, Jesus-exalting life. Those things that distract you, or are tangential, put those things aside and follow the Lord, bear much fruit, and you won’t be disappointed.
Dr. Brown’s Bottom Line: Live, my friends, with constant hope. Live with an attitude of expectation, because our God is good, and has destined us for glory with Him. We have everything to look forward to–lift your head, lift your eyes, and rejoice!
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Dr Brown Debates Rabbi Tovia Singer on Sid Roth’s Radio show “Time is running short”.
Dr Brown and Rabbi Tovia Singer debate on a variety of topics, from the Messianic fulfillments of Yeshua to the core foundations of Christianity and Judaism.
This fascinating debate has a surprise ending!
A Christian Response to Homosexuality: Brown/Knox Debate [DVD] An important debate between Dr. Michael Brown, Director of the Coalition of Conscience, and Mr. Harry Knox, Director of Faith and Religion for the Human Rights Campaign, on the topic of “A Christian Response to Homosexuality.”
Must a President Be Smarter Than A Fifth-Grader?Townhall Article by Dr. Brown
If a man earned poor grades in college, is he fit to be the next president of the United States?
The recent attacks on the intelligence of Texas Governor Rick Perry included the charge that he was dumb and, more bitingly, was like George W. Bush only without the brains. The release of his college transcripts seemed to confirm these accusations. In fact, Frank James, writing on NPR.org, warned, “if you ever enter politics, you may one day think about running for president. And if you do decide to run, your college grades could become an issue, especially if they’re mediocre.” […]