Dr. Brown Answers Your Questions

[Download MP3]
Does God create evil? Can you lose your salvation without hope for returning to God? How do you approach a situation where a friend or family member is living a homosexual lifestyle? Voice of Revolution Editor Marcus French joins Dr. Brown as he tackles these questions and more on today’s show!

Hour 1:

Dr. Brown’s Bottom Line: I remind you yet again, the church is called to be the moral conscience of society; we are the salt, the moral preservative, and the light: the ones who give bearing and purpose to society. If we don’t speak, if we don’t act, who will?

Hour 2:

Dr. Brown’s Bottom Line: We have THE way in Jesus! We have nothing of which to be ashamed; nothing that should make us cower in a corner. Let us go out boldly and let our light shine! We have the better way in Him.


A Queer Thing Happened to America by Dr. Brown: this book chronicles the amazing transformation of America over the last forty years, literally, from Stonewall Inn to the White House, and addresses the question head-on: Is there really a gay agenda, or is it a fiction of the religious right?


Get Involved! Find out how you can get involved in practical ways to reverse the tide of gay activism in your community!

Revolution: The Call to Holy War by Dr. Brown: This book is not a call for the violent overthrow of the government, nor is it a call to take up arms, nor is it a call to political activism in and of itself. It is a call to something far more extreme, a call to live out the gospel…


Jewish Roots Class with Dr. Brown: This 10 lecture class will open your eyes to God’s eternal purposes for Israel; give you a deeper burden for the salvation of the Jewish people; open up the Jewish background to the NT and show the prophetic importance of the biblical calendar.


Our Hands Are Stained With Blood by Dr. Brown: This shocking and painful book tells the tragic story of the “Church” and the Jewish people. It is a story every Christian must hear.


  1. Dr. Brown,
    Is justification by FAITH or by WORKS?
    Paul says it is by FAITH ALONE; James says faith cannot save you; you are justified BY WORKS, or else your faith is worthless. Can you help me out!? Confusing.

    2 Peter 3:16 says Paul’s writings are difficult to understand for the un-taught — why, and to whom, did he write them, then? Did he write them only to the “learned” and “stable” “spiritual fathers”? Is it dangerous, then, for “babies” to be handling his words? They’re not edifying for all, then, are they?


  2. Daniel,

    There’s a lot of examples that we have from the Bible about people that had faith.

    When I find that I have sinned and need to be saved from it, and the consequences of it, there are no works that I can offer. It is then that I simply need the grace of God, without works, by faith. I need the saving grace that only Jesus can bring to me by having faith in him and his work which he did for me at the cross, yet I know that faith is tested and there are times when there is something we need to do. For Noah it was building the ark, for Abraham at first it was simply to believe God, and later it was to offer up Isaac.

  3. Daniel,
    I agree. It is dangerous for us to handle the word. It is an eternal fire. We often put ourselves in peril don’t we? We need so much grace and mercy.

  4. The whole gay agenda is about stealing children and whoever else they can get away from Christ.
    The enemy is after the gems. He wants to take them out of his crown. He wants to have them in eternal hell. It’s all about stealing from Jesus all that he bled and died for, if they can. It’s also about the destruction of a nation if they can get away with it.

    So far the politicians I have been writing to don’t get it. They think they can get a few more votes and that seems to be what counts with them.

    The fact that any voter would give a vote to someone who is for the gay agenda is amazing isn’t it? It’s been a slow and constant deterioration.

    I think the Lord has something he’s going to do. I think he’s going to get what he bled and died for, as many such as will be saved by him.

  5. Who are the theme songs by? I am interesting in hearing those two songs in their entirety.

  6. Dr Brown,
    I know this is way too early to talk about. But while I was listening to the radio show you told Eric that you will be coming to Boston in the Fall.

    I would love to meet ya. Eric and I can take a drive up there when we know all the details. I’ll tell others around here that you will be coming to Boston later on this year.

    The topic you and Eric were talking about was very interesting. In the OT whenever God manifested himself as a man He came as Yahweh. So, Jesus was the human incarnation of Yahweh.

    Jacob or you can literally think on the terms of”Israel” was wrestling with Jesus(Yahweh).

    I love learning about this.

    Let us know about Boston. 🙂

  7. Ray,
    I meant to post this before to you but I’ll say it now while it is on my mind. It is very important that the body of Christ encourages one another and edifies one another. With that said…

    I am very blessed by your posts. You have a gift of teaching the word in a simple and fun way.

  8. More power to the pastor that called in (around minute 40) and to those who support him to continue to stand and not apologize for his godly stand for unity concerning the place of a flag in the classroom. May the Lord raise up a strong clear, unyielding brotherhood that will confront the darkness in the gospel, which is the power of God. There is no higher news.

  9. I suppose I should have said “by” the gospel. May God also keep these pastors in the gospel of Christ.

  10. God is going to pour out a revival but first he is going to prepare a wine skin that will hold what he’s going to do so it will not be wasted, so it will not be lost.

    It’s about a proper brotherhood.

  11. Donald,

    The two songs are “Send the Fire” by Lindell Cooley and the other song is by Aaron Crider…I believe it’s called “Revolution”.

Comments are closed.