An Exciting, Pro-Family Update from Peru; And, Is the Church Called to Take Over Society?

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Dr. Brown speaks with Franco Gennaro, one of the key Christian leaders helping Peru’s pro-family movement, who teamed with Dr. Brown in Lima in March. Then, Dr. Brown addresses the question of what kind of influence the church is called to have in society, a question that affects our outlook and our efforts. 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: God is looking for world-changers. That doesn’t mean superstars; that doesn’t mean the rich and famous.  It means vessels fully yielded to Him.

 

Hour 2:

Dr. Brown’s Bottom Line: Rather than speculating, rather than being defeatist and hopeless, how about seeking a touch of life in a constructive, positive way this week, even one!

 

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Are We At a Tipping Point in Society?

A Stunning Testimony on Abortion, and Spiritual Insights on Morality and Culture

Dr. Brown Share Highlights from His One-Day Trip to Peru, Share Inspiration of Living Lives that Count, and Then Weighs in on the Latest News

11 Comments
  1. “Dear Peru,

    I am not here to demonize gays. I’m only here to tell you all the terrible things that happen when you give them equal rights.”

    Any fair-minded persons sees the glaring flaw in this message.

    Any anyone who knows history, will expect gay bashing to increase in Peru.

    And, knowing Dr. Brown from his radio ministry and his anti-gay book, I don’t expect him to take any responsibility for it.

  2. It’s not about equal rights Greg, it’s about special rights. I don’t even have the right to marry another man. Everyone has the right to marry. But some want the right to marry something else.

  3. Greg,

    Isn’t that like saying that the gun lobby is responsible for Newtown and the other recent murders? Would you say because they espouse their position on gun control–which is none if they had their way–that they’re responsible for everyone killed by a gun?

  4. There is no way those emails could just vanish into thin air! No one believes it! The sad thing is they’ll get away with lying about it. Makes me angry.

    Yeah, why don’t they lose records of people who owe them money!!

    They’re lying.

  5. Dr. Brown simply did not tell the truth on his show today when he said “all the emails” were lost.

    Not even close!

    >>However, the I.R.S. says it has recovered roughly 24,000 of the missing emails from the accounts of people on the other end of Ms. Lerner’s correspondence, in addition to about 43,000 retrieved directly from Ms. Lerner’s account for the time periods not affected by her computer crash. (The agency says that it has provided 770,000 documents to congressional investigators.)

    Sheesh. A hard drive crashed. It happens. Things get lost. Dr. Brown knows that — but he’s jumped inti the Right Wing Faux Outrage fest.

    So, the next time I accuse Dr. Brown of mixing politics with religion, remember this show, and accept what I say as obvious truth.

  6. Sheila,

    >>There is no way those emails could just vanish into thin air!

    Dr. Brown was — ahem — “fibbing” about that.

    They didn’t vanish — it was a hard drive crash.

    It happens.

  7. OK — I have to stop listening and get back to work but I’ll add a comment where I agree with Dr. Brown.

    He said that it is OK to differ in ideology and he thinks it is OK for me to be liberal as long as I don’t use the laws to enforce my values on him and deny his freedom.

    Absolutely! — the law should allow him to marry his partner. I will defend that to the end.

    (I just wish he’d extend the same freedom to our gay brothers and sisters.)

  8. I’ve had yahoo private e-mail for 10 years now and have never lost an e-mail. I’m sure many hard drives have crashed over the years, but e-mails, specially from large corporations such as the IRS and the company I work for (not the IRS) are backed up on multiple servers so that if one does go down, they just restore from another.

    When you call the IRS you get notified that your phone call is being recorded, if they record your phone calls, surely they are recording your e-mails (sent into them, and out from them). I would be very surprised if they were that far behind in technology. I could be wrong, but I would be very shocked.

  9. Benjamin writes, “I’ve had yahoo private e-mail for 10 years now and have never lost an e-mail. I’m sure many hard drives have crashed over the years, but e-mails, specially from large corporations such as the IRS and the company I work for (not the IRS) are backed up on multiple servers so that if one does go down, they just restore from another.”

    Exactly, backed up on multiple servers. The law requires agencies to save official records. IRS emails don’t get lost. They mysteriously disappear.

  10. Greg, There is nothing fair about the gay agenda.
    Right thinking people know this. This is why God has always been against it. He knows what’s right.
    His rule is always about what’s right. Why not give up your gay propaganda for Christianity?

  11. Greg, You comment only on programs that you only half listen to. I want you to comment on the words from his book- see below and answer these questions.
    Do you think you are broad minded and kind hearted?
    Is homosexuality unhealthy?

    “What kind of person would not embrace the homosexual practice or agree with the gay activism? Potentially, a loving, broad-minded, kind-hearted individual who simply believed that homosexuality was either unhealthy or immoral.or unnatural or religiously unacceptable, while at the same time believing that gay men and women were entitled to equal protection under the law. In contrast, using the terminology of embracing diversity, anyone who opposed it could not possibly be loving, broad-minded, or kind-hearted. Hardly!” M.B> book Queer Thing.

    Greg this is you, just because you think you are broad-minded you actually are cruel and unloving in your actions that you sentence people to their behaviors that will doom them. If you can not be truthful and send them a life line as they are drowning in an ocean of confusion you are truly the most of all cruel. If I was drowning in the ocean and you are so drunk on your ship that you can not pull me to safety it is better that I never even saw your boat. But your good and tooting your own happy foolish heart on the issue.

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