Different Perspectives on Religious Freedoms; Thoughts on the Day after Martin Luther King Day; and Answers to Your Questions

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Dr. Brown speaks with a Christian professor who believes Mayor Reed of Atlanta was right to fire Fire Chief Kevin Cochran; then shares thoughts about the meaning of freedom on the day after Martin Luther King Day; then takes your calls and answers your biblical and theological questions. 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: It is for freedom that Jesus set us free. Don’t be entangled again in a yoke of bondage, be it legalism or the power of sin.

 

Hour 2:

Dr. Brown’s Bottom Line: For Anderson Cooper and all the liberal media, please don’t deny a gay agenda exists; just say you agree with it.

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Other Resources:

Dr. Brown’s Debate with Gay Activist Wayne Besen (and A Call to Prayer)

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

The Rally for Christian Rights in Atlanta; Can We Trust American Muslims Groups; Interviews former Muslim Dr. Mark Christian; and More on Politics and Religion

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  1. Dr. King was the man for a particular season speaking as a prophetic voice to the nation. Imperfect as he may have been, the strength of his convictions and the grace of God carried him through at times when most would have given up. Some live behind the pulpit, but he, as John Wesley, made the streets and the public square his pulpit which resounded around the world. I think of the words of Scottish scholar James Denny in declaring that “every theologian should be an evangelist, and every evangelist ought to be a theologian.” America, let freedom ring!!!!

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