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Dr. Brown will take your phone calls and answer your questions and will share his thoughts on Donald Trump’s RNC speech last night. 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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11 Comments
  1. Ted Cruz’s refusal to forgive is far from a reflection of the ‘mantle’ of Christ. Despite protestations, the issue of Rafael Cruz’s involvement with the Cuban group lurking linked to the CIA & Lee Harvey Oswald’s activities in New Orlean, prior to JFK’s murder parallel Jim Garrison’s Federal Court case…. Ted’s role as legal council to the Bush family and Jeb’s refusal to attend the RNC convention also cast a shadow on the question as to whether Cruz’s ‘attitude’ is entirely genuine.

  2. No, Ted’s refusal to endorse this clown will be lauded in the end. Ted is willing to give up a career to endorse what he believes something not seen in politics since Abraham Lincoln. The crowd that is angry that he did not fall in line is an embarrassment deeply embedded in those who want every one to drink the Kool aid. I will not drink it no matter what. The die has been cast you voted for this clown and you will answer for it, not those who are not partaking in the drink.

  3. 1 Corinthians 1:26
    26 Notice among yourselves, dear brothers, that few of you who follow Christ have big names or power or wealth. 27 Instead, God has deliberately chosen to use ideas the world considers foolish and of little worth in order to shame those people considered by the world as wise and great. 28 He has chosen a plan despised by the world, counted as nothing at all, and used it to bring down to nothing those the world considers great, 29 so that no one anywhere can ever brag in the presence of God.

  4. AP story on the NUT job Trump.

    But now that the convention is over, Trump no longer feels constrained, and he can return to the craziness that he kept bottled up for one whole day.

    What else could explain such nutty behavior?

    Whether or not this explains this morning’s bizarre and unscripted performance, the fact that Trump is still eager to talk about Cruz – and Cruz’s father’s imaginary connection to the Kennedy assassination – suggests there may be something very wrong with the Republicans’ presidential nominee.

    Why would anyone endorse an nut job? Go get democrat votes if you want a nut job in the office, don’t expect me to drink your Kool aid.

  5. I would not vote for democrats, But that does not determine that we should vote for a Nut Job either. Vote your conscious.

  6. Pasters and believers like to talk about blessings but not the curses. So let us take a look at Dueteronomy chapters 27 through 30 . This the GOD and Father of Jeusus the GOD of Heven if you think HE Has changed then you are worshipping a different god . One of your own making.

  7. Writing from a country that is one of the very few with compulsory voting, it gives us a slightly different perspective on the ‘vote according to your conscience’ view.
    Dr Brown categorically dismissed voting for Clinton, but he is not sure if he will vote for Trump.
    Imagine a scenario where there are three or four voters. One votes for Clinton, one votes for Trump. What does voting according to your conscience mean in this scenario? Not to vote means you have lost your vote to make a choice, and you have possibly left it to someone else to make the choice for the one or the other. Not to vote for Clinton is not the same as voting against Clinton, which a vote for Trump would be.
    In Australia, where one must vote or be fined, unless you have a valid reason, if one honestly finds that one cannot vote for either,one can vote ‘informally’, by for example leaving it blank.
    If we are going to be involved politically in the world, we should value our vote one way or the other. Voting according to our conscience is right, but should not be about disenfranchising ourselves.

  8. Dr. Brown can you do me a favor? Every time a trump supporter calls in ask them one simple question. What could trump do that would lose your vote. You will find there isn’t one or they are uninformed about trump in regards to already doing what ever they list. I have found citizens and specifically Christians are voting for trump because of a fear of hillary.

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