Musings on Children of Anonymous Sperm Donors, Bill O’Reilly and Ellen Degeneres, and More

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Dr. Brown takes issue with Bill O’Reilly, interviews Bill May of Catholics for the Common Good, and shares some poignant comments from the children of anonymous sperm donors.

Hour 1:


Dr. Brown’s Bottom Line: We are often against many things. We are often against what is wrong, and what we perceive to be unjust. However, let us be known all the more for Jesus, the Gospel, truth, life, and for God working in our society for His good purposes.

Hour 2:


Dr. Brown’s Bottom Line: We believe what we believe not simply because God spoke it or it’s in the Bible, but because God’s ways are reasonably best and good. When we put into practice these principles He has given us, life reproduces life.

Other Resources:

Catholics for the Common Good


A Queer Thing Happened to America by Dr. Brown: A Queer Thing Happened to America 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? Written in a lively and compelling style, but backed with massive research and extensive interaction with the GLBT community, this forthright and yet compassionate book looks at the extraordinary impact gay activism has had on American society.

  1. The problem with anonymous sperm donors and people sleeping around in general is that it makes incest more likely to happen because the children don’t know who they’re related to. 🙁

  2. That’s why I believe every child has the right to know who their biological parents are, so they can have the choice to not marry their siblings. We need to know the family lines.

  3. My heart goes out to such people. I’ve read some really horrible stories about it too. Some young kids fall in love deeply, then the dad has to break it to them, oh, I slept with her mother. 🙁
    It’s just not just, right or fair on any level.

  4. Dr. Brown,

    I heard your show today and wished I could call in. I wanted to make a couple of comments and ask your opinion on a couple of things.

    First, I want to thank you for bold enough to be a voice in the wildereness at a time when voices of reason are being purposely distorted by the media and worse, silenced! What is currently happening in America reminds me of Isaiah 59 and especially verses 14 and 15:

    “..So justice is driven back, and righteousness stands at a distance; truth has stumbled in the streets, honesty cannot enter. Truth is nowhere to be found, and whoever shuns evil becomes a prey….”

    Second, I saw the Ellen clip where she defended herself and thanked Bill O. for defending her. As usual, those on the pro-gay side were made to look reasonable, caring and intelligent, while those who hold to Biblical values were maligned and made to look old fashioned, hateful and narrowminded.

    I see two dynamics at work; First, public opinion appears to be swaying because younger generations have forgotten what God has done for our nation (Deut 8)and have forgotten him! Second, as I mentioned, one of the tactics of liberals and gay activists is to shame those who would oppose them into silence! Unfortunately, it’s working and more and more people (even Christians)are afraid to say “The Emperor is NOT wearing any clothes!” I read your article from Townhall regarding Christians where more and more people really do believe “Bigots like youbelong in the closet!”

    I fear for where our country is heading but I have two very important questions.

    First, Although I wholeheartedly agree with you and support you on this issue, do you believe that boycotting is the answer? I know that those who do so mean well and I also have participated in a few, I just don’t see the precedent in the bible. I fear that we may be actually hurting the cause of Christ who commanded us to “preach the gospel,” not boycott; to change hearts (by God’s Holy Spirit) not change laws. I know that this has been an issue that sincere Christians (Dr. Dobson/John MacArthur) have differed over through the years. What is your opinion?

    Second, I told my wife several years ago that the writing was on the wall and that one day I would be made to either violate my conscience to keep my job or face termination! It seems even more likely now that soon, the writing will no longer be on the wall but on a legal document. Do you think that it is unreasonable to believe that eventually, employers, under the guise of upholding “civil rights,” will have their employees sign a document indicating that they are not “Anti-Gay” or “Homophobic?” I fully believe that this is not far from becoming reality. What do you think?

    Again, thanks for your program and thanks for standing in the gap for our Nation and our Lord!
    I am making a donation to your ministry to show my support.

  5. Roland D.,

    Thanks so much for your gracious comments and for your financial support.

    As to boycotts, my point in taking on O’Reilly was not to argue on behalf of a boycott of JC Penney as much as it was to say that O’Reilly was really wrong here. I personally don’t do business with companies who have been particularly offensive in certain matters, but I do so out of personal conscience. At the same time, if we can send a message or awaken believers to stand up for righteousness, there is a place for boycotts — but that place is way down the list of things we focus on and give our energies too. Periodically, I do shows on this topic so perhaps I’ll bring it up again one of these days. Blessings to you!

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