Join Dr. Brown live today, catching up on the weekend news, sharing his latest reflections, and answering your questions!
Dr. Brown’s Bottom Line: When we come to the times of which George Orwell spoke, times of universal deceit where telling the truth becomes a revolutionary act, let us speak the truth all the more loudly and clearly. Let us in that sense, be revolutionaries of truth, knowing the words of Paul, that we can do nothing against the truth, but only for the truth.
Dr. Brown’s Bottom Line: Fear God, and you don’t have to fear people or circumstances. Fear God, and find security–not a servile fear, but an awesome reverence that recognizes who He is, and says “I’m your son,” and “I’m Your servant–here am I, send me.” Find security and peace in that!
How to Be Led By The Spirit! [mp3 series]
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.” […]