An Interview with a Pastor Who Affirms Same-Sex “Marriage”; Thoughts on “Gay Christianity”; and Four Hyper-Grace Fallacies

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Dr. Brown interviews Methodist pastor Frank Schaefer (not Frankie Schaefer) who was defrocked for performing the homosexual “marriage” of his son, then he shares some insights about “gay Christianity” and talks about his latest article on “Four Hyper-Grace Fallacies.” Listen live here 2-4 pm EST, and call into the show at (866) 348 7884 with your questions and comments.

 

Hour 1:

Dr. Brown’s Bottom Line: Deception is very deceiving!  Will we allow circumstances or relationships to trump the Word when we’re in trouble?

 

Hour 2:

Dr. Brown’s Bottom Line: Regardless of our feelings, regardless of our desires, God’s Word remains eternally unchanged!

 

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Other Resources:

Dr. Brown and Frank Turek Interact with Gay Activist Mitchell Gold

Dr. Brown Interviews One of the “Preachers from L.A.” and a Gay Activist from Charlotte

Dr. Brown Debates Homosexuality with Prof. John Corvino and Then Discusses Mean-Spirited Communication in the Body (and More)

203 Comments
  1. See I agree with your post #199. The covenants do belong to Israel, and as a Gentile I am grafted in, but as a Gentile (wild branch). I am no longer a stranger/foreigner, though I am still a Gentile (just as a Jew does not lose his identity when he joins himself to Messiah / the Church). Again I say that Paul “always” calls believing Gentiles, Gentiles. Especially in the book of Romans.

    “But now in Christ Jesus ye who sometimes were far off are made nigh by the blood of Christ.”

    I’m off for the evening.
    Have a good night.

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