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Should parachurch ministries be supported? If there is no fear in love (1 John 4:18), why are we called to work out our salvation with fear and trembling (Phil 2:12)? Do I have a position on Christian rock music? 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: There is a servile fear that is destructive, we ought not to walk in that, but there is a healthy fear of God that is liberating!

 

Hour 2:

Dr. Brown’s Bottom Line: We may be confused about who to vote for, we may be confused about which party is the right party, but we are not confused about Jesus being the only way!

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6 Comments
  1. Philp. 2:12 only appears in Philippians, nowhere else, thus I place it culturally there in time, space, place, and that community. We simply cannot make a doctrine out of only one scriptural example. It may be received by someone with related conviction, but should not be put upon all believers.

  2. EXPLICIT N.T. Question from Monday

    Dear Dr, Brown,

    I’m having a hard time navigating through your website to find the right place to respond to your Monday’s question?! This is the 1st place I found so forgive me for it being out of place!

    My name is Marleigh. I am from Jacksboro, TX. I asked my minister the question you were asking on the radio the other day about giving one explicit answer in the N.T. where it mentions that the church is called Israel. Here’s what he had to say…

    ?Marleigh:
    Actually, there is no such reference except by inference. Galatians 6:16 speaks concerning the changed venue of God’s people but Ephesians 2:12-15 states specifically that Israel and non-Israel are in two separate categories and have now become one people… and not Israel. Some religious folk would like to believe that Jesus answered the question in Acts 1:6 with a restoration of Israel but the response was in the negative and the added information in v. 8 did not speak of restoring Israel but establishing the church. There are figurative connections of a “new Jerusalem” in Revelation 21:2, but (1) this is figurative and (2) there is actually no mention of Israel. So, to speak of the church as the “new Israel” must be understood to mean “Christian” or “the church of Christ”; they are God’s people after the cross. And, “old Israel” served her purpose and no longer exists as a distinctive, chosen people in God’s eyes.
    Zionists push this “Israel” agenda in order to justify the false notion that God will someday come back to this earth and restore old Israel, of which God’s children today will be a part; such is patently false.
    Great question, though!
    Have a great day.
    Jeff
    On Tue, Apr 22, 2014 at 5:02 PM,
    ?? wrote:
    Hey Jeff,A fellow was asking this very specific question on the radio & I thought about you. Out of ALL the people I know, you are probably the only one that can answer it. The question is: “Can you show me one EXPLICIT example in the N.T. where it is mentioned that The Church is called Israel?” I heard the question on ‘Line of Fire’ on 91.3 from 2-3pm. The person on the show is Dr. Michael Brown. His email is: askdrbrown.org.

  3. Marleigh,

    I intend to interact with the false statements your friend made but I’m so very busy this time of year. It takes more than a quick answer to show you the errors in his interpretation, which isn’t found in Scripture. All I can see is that it’s a confusion of the Abrahamic covenant and “the Israel of God” with the promises made to National Israel.

    You notice he couldn’t give even one Bible verse to support his view whereas there are many that say the opposite.

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