An Interview with Dr. Al Mohler; and Thoughts on Race, Politics, and Religion

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Dr. Brown speaks with Dr. Al Mohler about his new book, We Cannot Be Silent, continues his discussion with callers about race, politics, and religion, explains how the world hates us as it hates God, and speaks with Stream editor John Zmirak. 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: The darker it gets, the more the light is shining. The heavier the rain, the more the umbrellas are needed. America needs the Church for such a time as this.

 

Hour 2:

Dr. Brown’s Bottom Line: We need to keep propagating truth, not just because it’s true, but also know that in the end, the truth will triumph.

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This week, we are thrilled to be offering Dr. Albert Mohler’s newly released book, We Cannot Be Silent: Speaking Truth to a Culture Redefining Sex, Marriage, and the Very Meaning of Right and Wrong, bundled with Dr. Brown’s book, Outlasting the Gay Revolution: Where Homosexual Activism is Really Going and How to Turn the Tide. Order Online Here!

Other Resources:

End of the Year Reflections, and Here Comes the Attack on Hyper-Grace

Behind the Scenes on the Gay and Christian Debate, and A Major Key for Effective Apologetics

Dr. Brown Interviews Christopher Doyle on the Possibility of Sexual Orientation Change, and Much More

7 Comments
  1. Why have not a million Christians assembled in Washington to bring to light the million Christians in the Middle East who are being persecuted?

    Where is the voice?

  2. You be the voice, we will be the feet. The feet that wear the boots. You be the brain and talk about this idea. Prayerfully consider this and the whole body of Christ can march on Washington. The world needs to see this support.

  3. I think what we need is for someone to write out every moral grievance we may have that lets our government know where America is on the wrong path, something we can (or should ) all agree with, things such as:

    Far too great a government debt.
    Far too much government spending.
    Far too many government agendas:
    a.
    b.
    c.
    d.
    Far too much over reaching of government, and taking away from the rights of the people:
    a. Bakers being sued for not putting two grooms
    on a cake,
    b.
    c.
    d.
    Obamacare which should be repealed, not only because of how it was railroaded in but also because it seeks to overload the healthcare system with piles, and piles of useless and destructive stuff. (hands off America please!)

    And ending it with a plea for a government much smaller, like cutting it 10% a year until it’s 1/5 of it’s present size,

    There’s so much I didn’t put in, the homosexual agenda, abortion, there’s so much.

    If someone could put all of this on a brochure of several pages, or even a small booklet that everyone had, and if it was what we all agreed with for the greatest part and for the greatest good, and a plea to hear from our people in government, WHAT exactly is the problems you face that prevents you from fixing these grievances?
    Then maybe a million people all holding the same book over their heads on TV, this might get somebody’s attention, some voters anyway, and hopefully some candidates and everyone else in government hopefully.

  4. Dr. Brown, I would like to suggest a program and a book that focuses on the tactics and manipulation methods that the homosexual activist use and used to get to where they are.
    Their change of word meaning, false accusations, intimidation tactics etc. Just break down the whole scheme to let the public know how people are being deceived to support homosexuality.

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