The Crisis in Syria; Jewish Insights on the Scriptures; and Answers to Your Jewish Questions

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Dr. Brown discusses the worldwide implications for the crisis in Syria, looks at some biblical texts through Jewish eyes, and then takes your Jewish-related calls. Listen live here 2-4 pm EST, and call into the show at (866) 348 7884 with your questions and comments.

 

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Dr. Brown’s Bottom Line: It’s best to keep our hands off Syria until we have further clarity or an international agreement.

 

 

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Dr. Brown’s Bottom Line: What’s happening in Syria reminds us in very stark terms… at the end of the world, there will be a world conflict centered in on one city, Jerusalem.

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4 Comments
  1. Hi Dr. Brown,

    Hoping not to stray too far from the topic, but it is Thoroughly Jewish Thursday. This is relevant in Middle Eastern related issues.

    I’d like to get your thoughts on this new Israeli party. They are called, “bney habrit” – a party of Israeli-Arab Christians (and I believe Jews, too) who are supporters of Israel and against the anti-Zionist parties. I read about it here:

    http://www.jpost.com/Diplomacy-and-Politics/New-pro-Israel-Arab-party-says-has-Jewish-support-320011

    Blessings!

  2. The Christian community in the ME do support Assad because he is not “bad” for the Christians. If Assad is removed from power and the FSA takes over, the Muslim brotherhood will certainly be a lot less friendly with Christians than Assad ever was/is!

    With Assad, the Christian communities know what to expect, unfortunately – with the Muslim brotherhood, we do too! And it’s much worse.

    Should the US get involved? As a Christian, I want to see peace, but the US is not the world’s peacekeeper or world’s police. The US should get involved only when it becomes directly related to the US, in my opinion.

  3. Would it necessarily be so bad if a dictator would think to himself, “In order for me to keep myself in power I want to use whatever I have to kill thousands of the people in my country, except for one thing, the possible intervention of
    some other countries.”?

  4. I hope there is communication between the leader of Syria and the U.S. leadership, real, open, and honest communication about the matters that concern present human suffering.

    And wouldn’t a leader do better to talk to his people if he is concerned for their well being rather than continue attacks on them?

    He wants to stay in power. I wonder what it is that they want?

    Blessed are the peacemakers, Jesus said. (Matt 5.)
    Better to be blessed by God than to go in any kind of worldly selfish way.

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