You’ve Got Questions, We’ve Got Answers (and some special interviews)

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Dr. Brown answers your questions and interviews the great grandson of a famous missionary who is now an LGBT sports ally and then Pastor Rice Broocks, one of the Christian leaders behind the God’s Not Dead Movie. 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: When we start with man and human nature, and then interpret the Bible and go to God, we’ll be confused. When we start with God and the Word, and let Him interpret man and human nature, we’ll get our hearts and minds set right.

 

Hour 2:

Dr. Brown’s Bottom Line: Time is short, we only have one life; are you making it count for Jesus while you have breath?

 

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Other Resources:

Thoughts on Preterism; Jesus, the Law, and the Kingdom of God

Avoiding Offensiveness without Avoiding the Offense of the Cross

The New Superman Movie: A Message about Jesus? A Gay Odyssey? Or Completely Irrelevant?

2 Comments
  1. What we are seeing here is the power of the media in shaping society at large and in the church. I would suggest that Mr. Hudson is a victim of relativism and plurality that saturates the media. Implicit in the media’s message is that truth cannot be known. But this is a self-defeating message, for you cannot know the truth cannot be known, as it is tantamount to saying “I know enough about the truth, to know that you can’t know anything about the truth”. But for those who cast logic and reason aside and believe the media’s message, if truth cannot be known, then all world views should be regarded as equal. It doesn’t matter that they are all contradictory.

    I would suggest that the decision made by World Vision was also birthed in the media. As Hollywood saturates movies and Television with more and more gay characters, surely this must reflect the hearts of the nation as a whole with regards to this issue. And surely that must apply to the Evangelical Church. But they got it all wrong! While much of the nation dances to the tune being played by the media, much of the evangelical church holds to a different standard. While World Vision got it wrong, it highlights the power of popular media.

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