Thoughts on Politics, Society, and the Kingdom of God

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Dr. Brown shares his thoughts on the presidential race, the House vote to defund Planned Parenthood, gender issues, Cuba, and more. 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: If we’re going to serve God, we need both God’s heart and God’s mind.

 

Hour 2:

Dr. Brown’s Bottom Line: Let us stand strong in the midst of the insanity of the hour. God’s ways will prevail!

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Other Resources:

An Interview with Walt Heyer (Who Went from Man to Woman and Back to Man)

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

From Planned Parenthood to Pro-Life: Dr. Brown Interviews Abby Johnson; and What’s So Bad About Abortion?

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  1. Unless we can prove without any doubt that a developing child in the womb is not alive, that it has no life, that it is in fact, dead, certifiably so, (not just dead, but very truly really dead) then we should be able to say that the Bible is against abortion, for it is against killing, as in “Thou shalt not kill.”

    This is one way Roe v Wade got it wrong, for if one is going to say “It’s OK to abort”, shouldn’t one be absolutely certain that it isn’t a person, as in a living developing human being?

    And in other ways Roe v Wade got it wrong because it didn’t properly consider all living people involved equally, for where was equal consideration given to the father of the child?

    (like, Oh, it’s a jointly owned lap top computer, but it’s presently in her car and not his, so she has the legal right to destroy it if she likes, and there’s nothing legally that her husband or whoever else has part ownership…etc, but where is the equal protection under the law, and this doesn’t even consider whether or not the developing human being in the womb is really a developing human being or not.)

  2. It’s like you have on two sides, a mother who wants to abort, then on the other side you have a father who doesn’t want that and a developing child in the womb, and somehow the two against the one do not add up to enough weight in the scales of justice or something. I don’t get it.
    How does that work? What should we think the Bible should say about that? Prov 11:1?

    How many babies that have been born have later sued their mothers in a court of law because she decided to carry them through child birth? I’m guessing not very many.

    And what is a false balance anyway? Isn’t it about something put on one side that doesn’t have all there is, like there’s something missing? Or maybe it’s about something added that doesn’t belong there.

  3. About 20 days from conception the baby has blood cells.

    The life is in the blood from this time on. But the question arises, “Does the life reside in the baby before blood is formed?” When Mary went to see Elizabeth, John the baptist leaped in his mother’s womb because Y’Shua was already alive. Do we really think that it would have been alright for Mary to destroy what the Holy Spirit had implanted in her womb from the first moment on? Was not YHWH in the flesh alive from the very first moment of conception (actually from eternity was He alive)…whether or not He had blood yet? Just because the life is in the blood does not mean that life is not there before blood is formed. It is just true that once there is blood, that is where the life resides. Surely Y’Shua was alive from before the time of conception…from before the very beginning!

    Heb 7:9 And as I may so say, Levi also, who receiveth tithes, payed tithes in Abraham.
    10 For he was yet in the loins of his father, when Melchisedec met him.

    According to the above passage, the life that would come through Abraham’s children was already alive…not as individual persons yet but the life that was to produce the next generations of life was already accounted for as life. The sperm itself was not yet in existence in Abraham to produce Isaac that would produce Jacob that would produce Levi…but the life of Levi was already present.

    This can only mean that the life of every person exists from the beginning and that the carrier of that life is his ancestors which is transferred into the sperm and then into the idividual’s blood.

    1Co 15:22 For as in Adam all die, even so in Christ shall all be made alive.

    In the spiritual sense, we were all alive in Adam and died spiritually when he died. In the physical sense, we have all been alive since Adam and thus every form of birth control is attempted murder. Not that it is actual murder, like abortion or the morning after pill, but it is the attempt to stop a life…which is actually murder in our hearts just like lust is adultery in our hearts.

    The individual’s life is in his blood, but the all future life of all individuals resides in his ancestors. Personality or stage of development is not what determines life. Blood does not determine life. Sperm does not determine life. Life comes from the very beginning and any stopping of it without YHWH’s consent is in effect murder. The blood, the sperm and the persons are only the carriers of lifes.

    Shalom

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