Dr. Brown Shares His Insights on What’s Happening in the World and in the Church

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Dr. Brown shares his insights on what’s happening in the world and in the Church, including concerns with some Ron Paul statements on Israel.

Hour 1:
Dr. Brown’s Bottom Line:  We will have our differences.  We will have our passionate differences.  We will have our social, political, and spiritual differences, but can we step into a realm where we have our differences in a constructive, Jesus-honoring way? Why not?
Hour 2:
Dr. Brown’s Bottom Line:  It’s an awesome thing when God is with you.  If God is for you and with you, it doesn’t matter who is against you or what opposition you face.  If God is for you, you are in the majority!

Hour 1:

Dr. Brown’s Bottom Line:  We will have our differences.  We will have our passionate differences.  We will have our social, political, and spiritual differences, but can we step into a realm where we have our differences in a constructive, Jesus-honoring way? Why not?

Hour 2:

Dr. Brown’s Bottom Line: It’s an awesome thing when God is with you.  If God is for you and with you, it doesn’t matter who is against you or what opposition you face.  If God is for you, you are in the majority!

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  1. Dr. Brown,
    If this is going to be a reoccurring theme, I respectfully suggest that you reach out to his campaign for their side of the story. Some things to consider for your show:

    Hu Jin Tao Tells China to Prepare for War with US

    Russia has warships in Syria

    Mossad chief: Nuclear Iran not necessarily existential threat to Israel

    Former Mossad chief: Israeli strike on Iran will lead to regional war

    Seymour Hersh Dick Cheney’s plan to invade Iran

    Regrets aplenty: McNamara’s Struggle with Vietnam

    Dead in the Water: USS Liberty (BBC Radio 4)

    The Gulf of Tonkin incident and the USS Liberty incident bear striking similarities. They were both unarmed reconaissance ships with little or no protection. Gulf of Tonkin led to the Vietnam War, planes with nuclear arms came dangerously close to nuking Cairo due to the Liberty incident. Pulitzer Prize winner Seymour Hersh stated that Dick Cheney tried to create an actionable incident to go to war with Iran.
    We’re sitting on a powder keg that will explode and undermine Israel’s security more than ever before if we allow a preemptive American strike on Iran. We’re asking for a terrorist attack that will lead to a police state has already been codified in the Patriot Act, Presidential Decision Directive 51, the John Warner Defense Authorization Act, and the most recent National Defense Authorization Act.

  2. Dr. Brown’s best anti-Ron Paul show so far.

    Dr. Paul’s quotes were absolutely 100% indefensible and should set of alarm bells in any true friend of Israel.

  3. I think Dr. Paul has probably been misinformed and that’s why He’s anti how Israel conducts itself. Like many people in Eupore who believe the lies in the media, he’s probably unfortunately just been brainwashed and has had misinformed friends who have told him how to look at Israel’s conduct with the “Palestinians”.

    But Dr. Paul is:
    100% anti-abortion
    100% pro-family
    100% pro-freedom for Church groups and homeschoolers to be empowered.

    And if you want to talk about quotes from books and ex-staff. He’s said some very strong things about how he feels about homosexuality.

    The bottomline is that Dr. Paul knows how business is done in Washington and doesn’t trust them to respect the will of the people, so wants to give the states the power to do what they like, that way majority Christian states can defend Christian rights, family rights, life of the unborn rights, without the people in Washington overriding them.

  4. Mitt Romney’s history has been:

    Pro-abortion – Mitt Romney once claimed that he was more “pro-choice” than Ted Kennedy.
    Pro-gay rights
    Anti-gun rights

    He also believes in Global warming, and the role of a world government.

    In all the nationwide polls, Ron Paul is the only candidate who can win against Obama.

    If it’s a choice between Obama and Ron Paul, who will you vote for?

  5. I wish I would have known you were going to be in Denver Doc… I could have come up from the Spings to hear you talk .. I guess that’s what I get for not paying attention.

  6. What about Freemasonry, not accusing any candidates specifically, as this is mostly a hidden agenda?
    I think to the “degree” that one is a mason, he cannot truly be a Christian, as the oaths of masons are deliberately calculated to curse and mock all aspects of the sacred in Judaic/Christian belief. This all needs to be brought to the True Light, as belonging to the Lodge explains otherwise inexplicable behavior in my Southern Baptist upbringing (not blaming the Convention generally, but sometimes.) For example, it helps explain the contradictions of Andrew Jackson.
    In Him, Ron M.

  7. No comments on this? End-runs do not win Super Bowls; dominance in the middle does. No O. is no campaign; negativism begins with NO REPENTANCE. First Ahab must die, then you can take care of Jezebel. Abortion and gay marriage are as important as they were four years ago, but they still aren’t the main issues. Then it was Iraq, Katrina, and the bank bailout sealed the deal; now it is the Mid-East, and corporate greed (the 1%). If the Church had followed Father GOD’s commandments, we wouldn’t be talking about this; taking the tithe for yourself is abomination and desolation. If we had looked for alternative energy forty years ago, instead of bowing to gasoline and car industries, we also would be in much better shape. If we had looked to keep jobs in the U.S. instead of low-bidding them all over the world, we wouldn’t be in this mess, either; acknowledge the greed and ask GOD for genuine solutions, and we still have a fighting chance.
    In Him, Ron M.

  8. I am a fan of yours, a former student, and greatly respect your opinion on topics most avoid. I read the Town Hall article you mentioned at the beginning of the show. http://townhall.com/columnists/michaelbrown/2012/01/09/ron_paul_and_israel/page/full/

    Honestly, I think it was a mistake for you to say “he explained that he wanted to say,’Well, you know I think the Palestinians have been ripped off… ”

    When you watch the video, he is speaking in a hypothetical sense. It was in the context of “if.” In other words, he had said immediately before that, “IF I favor one side or the other side, its really academic, because politically I don’t want to be involved. (The if carries from the previous statement) (IF) I say ‘Well I think the Palestinians had been ripped off, and therefore all the blame is on Israel.’ then I’ve stepped in a little bit more than I want to.” He’s not saying the Palestinians have been ripped off even personally. He’s simply saying that for someone to even have the right to voice such opinion is not appropriate, because its not that person’s or nation’s business if they aren’t Israel.

    While America’s foreign aid package gives Israel $ 3 billion in loans, it also gives Israel’s collective Arab enemies four times as much, more than $ 12 billion in direct aid. Overall, our support of Israel combined with our 4 fold support of their neighboring enemies hurts Israel. A general policy of US non-intervention would benefit Israel.

    “Our strong support for Israel practically eliminates any desire for it to work out differences in the region by direct negotiations with organizations like the Arab League.” IF they could negotiate directly with the Arab League (even though they are enemies) without any US financial involvement, then it would be better than now. Their negotiations might mean greater conflict for Israel to protect its borders, and if so, the US should not stop Israel from doing what’s necessary to protect themselves.

    Whether anyone thinks Palestine has conditions similar to apartheid wouldn’t matter, because Paul would make the US not intervene in Israel’s business. That is what he meant under “Even given all of this, my position on Israel is the same as my position with regard to any other countries.”

    See this article: http://www.dougwead.biz/uncategorized/ron-paul-and-israel/ If you want to interview a rep of Ron Paul, you couldn’t ask for better than Doug Wead, senior adviser for the Ron Paul presidential campaign. I’ve met him, and would be happy to ask him.

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