A Special Q&A Broadcast from the Philippines!

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Join Dr. Brown from his makeshift radio studio in the Philippines for a special Q&A session with FIRE missionaries serving around the world. The missionaries have questions for Dr. Brown too! 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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Other Resources:

Compassionate Joe Coffee: An Interview with Missionary Tag Saunders

Exposing Error in the World and the Church; and a Missionary Update from the Philippines

Missions Week Continues with Reports from FIRE Workers in Tanzania, China, the Philippines, and North Carolina

10 Comments
  1. It was so nice to hear the voices of the missionaries. I felt like I was transported back to the mission field!

    Thanks to Dr. Brown and probably others. I imagine it was difficult to set up that show.

  2. I want to point something out here —

    You guys call me a “troll” but when I say something complimentary about Dr. Brown, you show no interest in it.

    You only seem to care about the gay issue.

    Yes, I’m pro-gay but that’s not my main issue!

    I’m not fixated on the gays like Dr. Brown is. It’s not a personal hang-up for me like it is, obviously, for him. I can got days without even thinking of the subject.

    Want to talk about the grace of Christ? Or freedom in Jesus? Or forgiving our enemies? Or loving our neighbor? Or wholeness and healing? Or redemption?

    Those are the issue that energize me. Those are the gospel, in my understanding of the bible.

    But, on this blog, when I touch on those issues, I get nothing but crickets.

    But when I push-back on the gay bashing? You guys give me nothing but grief for that.

  3. Greg,

    Thanks for the positive words, which I note with interest. If only you could stop judging and attacking those of us who, out of love for God, out of love for LGBT people, and out of love for our nation, have been burdened by the Lord to address homosexual issues. Your accusations of this being driven by “ego” or other ugly comments are the things that create the greatest problems for you.

    That being said, I duly note the positive comment!

  4. Greg writes, “Want to talk about the grace of Christ? Or freedom in Jesus? Or forgiving our enemies? Or loving our neighbor? Or wholeness and healing? Or redemption?”

    Being pro-gay isn’t loving our neighbors. The LGBT community needs biblical love and that’s best illustrated by Dr. Brown and others like him who reach out with the truth that sets sinners free. Homosexuals are being delivered by his message and we should be rejoicing in that. Who else is speaking out on this issue with such depth of understanding and knowledge, self-sacrifice and compassion, knowing he’ll be viciously persecuted?

  5. Dr. Brown,

    You confuse a difference of opinion with judging.

    On this web site, I have repeatedly been condemned to hell for differing with you about the gays. That’s judging. That’s attacking.

    Even you called me “anti-Jesus” because I disagreed with you on the so-called “reparation therapy” movement.

    I do nothing similar to you, even as I disagree.

    I accept you as a sincere believer, in full fellowship, even as I correct you in love.

    But, I do think that ego is a major reason people hang on to beliefs long after they have been proven wrong.

    I’ve been guilty of it myself.

    It’s not the same as calling you anti-Jesus or condemning you to hell because you disagree with my view of a very small set of verses.

    And thanks for thanking me. 😉

  6. Amy,

    >>Being pro-gay isn’t loving our neighbors.

    … according to the narrow biblical interpretation of your wing of Christianity.

    Me — and MILLIONS of other Christians — have come to a different understanding of scripture.

    We read the same bible as you do. We pray to the same God. We follow the leading of the same Holy Spirit.

    Yet, we disagree. This happens, in the Body of Christ.

    So we divide the church over it? Do we condemn each other to hell? Do we call each other anti-Jesus?

    The unity of believers is a major theme in the New Testament. In obedience to that, I think both sides of this issue need to dial-back the demagoguery.

    >> The LGBT community needs biblical love

    I could not agree more.

    But, I think the Christian push-back against gay equality has everything to do with the “culture wars” and very little to do with biblical love.

  7. Greg,

    “It’s better to walk alone, than to walk with a crowd going in the wrong direction.” — unknown

  8. Sheila,

    >> “It’s better to walk alone, than to walk with a crowd going in the wrong direction.”

    and which crowd are you in? 😉

    Seriously… Christian segregationists used that same logic.

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