Reflections on Politics, Racism, and Other Items in the News

Audio clip: Adobe Flash Player (version 9 or above) is required to play this audio clip. Download the latest version here. You also need to have JavaScript enabled in your browser.

[Download MP3]

Is conservative criticism of President Obama a sign of racism, or is that very accusation a racist perspective?  Dr. Brown takes up some of these questions today on the Line of Fire!

Hour 1:

Dr. Brown’s Bottom Line: As brothers and sisters in Jesus, let us be open to constructive criticism and seeing blind spots in our own lives so that we can step higher, reflect Jesus, and demonstrate humility to the world.  If not now, when are we going to do it?

Hour 2:

Dr. Brown’s Bottom Line: Constructive dialogue, and talking about the issues are really important.  So let us speak, listen, and pray for one another, and grow up into the image of Jesus.

I am the Lord Your Healer [mp3 series] (24 Hours of teaching!), and Israel’s Divine Healer (465 page book)

ONLY $35!  PLUS FREE SHIPPING!

Call 1-800-278-9978 to take advantage of this offer, or ORDER ONLINE!

Other Resources:

How Smart Does a President Have to Be? And The Greatest Sin of the False Prophets (and a Testimony of Liberty through the Spirit)

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.” […]

Jesus, Christians and Politics online article by Frank Turek:

The United States Congress was in a rare joint session. All 435 representatives and 100 senators were in attendance, and the C-SPAN-TV cameras were rolling. The members were gathered together to hear a speech by a descendant of George Washington. But what they thought would be a polite speech of patriotic historical reflections quickly turned into a televised tongue-lashing. With a wagging finger and stern looks, Washington’s seventh-generation grandson declared, […]

Country a Mess? Blame the Church online article by Frank Turek:

As our great country accelerates its slide into economic and moral Hell, be careful whom you blame. The present boldness of liberals and timidity of conservatives are only the secondary causes. Much of the blame can be placed at the foot of the church. […]

Separation of Church and State with Joseph Infranco [MP3 CD]: The concept of “the separation of church and state” has been totally turned upside down in our day to the point that many Americans are calling for freedom from religion rather than freedom of religion – and our religious freedoms are under fire like never before. Christian students on campuses have been told they cannot publicly share their faith; atheists are taking legal action against the National Day of Prayer; the courts have decided that homosexual rights trump religious rights. This course will give you an understanding of the real meaning of the separation of church and state, providing you with an important update of what is happening in the courts today and helping you to understand your legal rights as a believer.

Engaging Culture, Congress, and the Media w/Pat Mahoney [MP3 CD]:  How does the gospel intersect with culture? What is the church’s role in society? How can we take the gospel into the streets and into our communities? How can we influence Congress and the media? Pat Mahoney, who has been on the front lines of cultural engagement for more than twenty-five years, will provoke you to godly action and inspire you to rise up and change your world in the life and power of the Spirit.

8 Comments
  1. Every President has faced some opposition. But this President can’t even get the respect of being called President, he’s more often referred to as Mr. I’ve never even heard a Former President referred to as Mr.

  2. Yes coming from a black person perspective. I’am begining to see and hear more blacks having racial tones. More blacks think that Obama is being attack because of his race.
    I totally disagree. He is being attack because of his policy(bad policy). I did not vote for Obama the first election and will not vote for him this election,I hope blacks will wake up and study the issues and Obama policy and see that they are just as racist for voting for him because of his skin color. I vote the issuses not the party.

  3. I think our country may be headed in a downward spiral because of some of our christian leader. Too many prosperity sermon,not enough infants on saving soul.
    Too many scandal among our TV evangelist congregations etc.. to much do as you please attitude has gotten this country in a mess.Not to mention greed!!!!!!!!!

  4. New production by the “the Way of the Master” team. It’s about abortion. Tying in the holocaust with abortion (aka the American holocaust killing 50 Million+ human beings so far).

    wwww.180movie.com (Free – only 33 minutes long!)

    Highly recommended.

    Would love to get your feedback on this Dr. Brown!

    God bless you all.

  5. Dr. Brown maybe you could get Ray Comfort on your show and do an interview with him about abortion in America.

    God bless you.

  6. Concerning African Americans voting for or against Obama, I would say, it depends on whether or not they are Black Christians or Christian Blacks.

    Black Christians won’t vote for Obama, but Christian Blacks would.

    It’s about what is your primary identity, your faith or your ethnicity. What is your primary loyalty? Are you more loyal to your race or to your God?

Leave Your Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *


*