Dr. Brown’s thoughts on the Aramaic New Testament, Jewish Kabbalah, and Kingdom Now Theology, and this week’s call of the week! Also, a discussion of the question, “What happens to someone who commits suicide?” Join in the discussion here or on Facebook!
Dr. Brown’s Bottom Line: Jesus, not some mythical figure, not some mystical deliverer, not some unknown, abstract, untouchable figure, but Jesus who lived and died in real-time history, and rose from the dead in real-time history: He is our hope, He is our salvation, He is our all in all; and in Him, through Him we can come to know God and have all that we need.
Dr. Brown’s Bottom Line: Our God is a good God; our God is a God of life, our God is a God of truth, and as we live out the light, and life, and truth of God, be it in the Muslim or Jewish communities, among atheists, skeptics, mockers, or whoever they are, Jesus will be glorified, and light will come forth
Jesus: Messiah or Not? Dr. Brown debates Rabbi Gold on whether Jesus is the Jewish Messiah.
How Saved Are We? by Dr. Brown: This unsettling book challenges us to ask ourselves what kind of born-again experience we have had if it calls for almost no personal sacrifice, produces virtually no separation from the world, and breeds practically no hatred of sin.
What Do Jewish People Think About Jesus by Dr. Brown: Dr. Brown answers sixty common questions about Jewish people and Jewish culture. He also addresses questions Christians have about their own relationship to the Old Testament Law.