Answers to Your Questions

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It’s time for “You’ve Got Questions, We’ve Got Answers,” as the phone lines will be wide open for your calls, comments, and questions. Dr. Brown is ready to answer! 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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3 Comments
  1. It is certainly rather queer that Cruz withdrew from the race so suddenly after the revelation about his father became public.

    Rafael Cruz, according to actual reports, not hearsay, regardless of the fact that a story appeared in the National Inquirer, was acquainted with Lee Harvey Oswald. As everyone knows, Cruz was planning to make it to the convention and get the nomination in a contested process. He wasn’t looking to the delegate count. He already knew that he couldn’t win that way. His dropping out came from left field, and his supporters were quite taken aback at his concession speech, as were we all.

    It is time, once and for all, for conservatives to stop quibbling about Trump’s personality and hairstyle.

  2. Dr. Brown I was disappointed with your response to the woman with the question about speaking in tongues. Instead of enforcing her sceptaism why not encourage her to delve into the Gifts of the Spirit herself as all the New Testament Church partook. Why not encourage her to be the person to get closer to God and be the person to bring interpretation to her church if they are in need of that gift.

  3. Morning Brannon,

    It sounded like that was not her gift, the gift of interpretation. Nor anyone at her church, unless they just decided not to interpret.

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