Why We Can’t Be Silent; and “Dr. Brown Is Truly a Heartless Monster!”

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Join Dr. Brown on the Line of Fire for a show addressing the possible results of the church’s inaction on social issues of our day, and see what people are saying about Dr. Brown’s latest article.

Hour 1:

Dr. Brown’s Bottom Line: Friends, we will not be silent, back down, or shut down.  By God’s grace we will rise and shine, speak, and make a difference.  Jesus will be glorified!

Hour 2:

Dr. Brown’s Bottom Line: We will be attacked, maligned, and misunderstood.  Some of us will be persecuted in more intense ways.  Jesus said, “The servant is not greater than his Master.”  It happened to him, it is our joy for it to happen to us.

Featured Resources:

A Queer Thing Happened To America AND Can You Be Gay and Christian?  (Brown/Knox Debate)

Other Resources:

Interview with Michael Brown on the Critics of A Queer Thing Happened to America

Your new book, ‘A Queer Thing Happened to America,’ has now been out for three weeks, and has garnered praise from the likes of Christian television host Sid Roth, and hate from gay activists such as Wayne Besen (something reflected in the Amazon book page in the form of 1 and 5 star reviews and a ‘tag war’ between supporters and haters), has this polarized opinion regarding the book been surprising?

Brown: This polarized opinion is exactly what I expected, and it’s also playing out in expected ways. Those who have taken the time to read the book have written positive reviews. Those who have scorned and mocked the book in the strongest terms are those who haven’t read it. Very interesting! I also find it revealing that the reviewers who agree with the book are, generally speaking, writing in gracious terms, […]

Are Evangelicals Obsessed with Homosexuality? Article by Dr. Brown

Writing in the On Faith blog for the Washington Post, Orthodox rabbi Shmuley Boteach claimed that evangelical Christians have “utterly marginalized themselves with their obsession over homosexuality.” Is this true? To be sure, in the aftermath of the elections, a lively debate is taking place as to whether evangelicals have been marginalized politically or, to the contrary, have actually increased in influence. But what about our alleged obsession with homosexuality? […]

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