Dr. Brown Comments on the Middle East, the FRC Shooting, and Answers Your Questions

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Today will be a special edition of “You’ve Got Questions We’ve Got Answers,” along with Dr. Brown’s reflections on events in Israel, Egypt, and Iran and further thoughts on the FRC shooting. Listen live here 2-4 pm EST, and call into the show at (866) 348 7884 with your questions and comments!


Hour 1:

Dr. Brown’s Bottom Line: The Scriptures say that Jesus has risen from the dead. We confess with our mouths that He is Lord. Are we witnesses to His resurrection though? Can we attest to the reality of the risen Son of God in our own lives?

Hour 2:

Dr. Brown’s Bottom Line: I bow down before a sovereign God; a God who is King, a God who rules, a God who reigns, a God who is bringing about His work in the earth. We are called to serve Him, and cooperate with Him.



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  1. Dr. Brown,

    I very much enjoy reading your books and hearing your show when I can. A friend of mine brought up an issue that I’ve been having difficulty with addressing to her, and I thought that with your background as an expert in Hebrew culture you could enlighten us on something. Could you help me explain to my friend what Deut. 22:13-20 is referring to when it makes reference to the “cloth” that proved “virginity”? This account is difficult especially because there doesn’t seem to be an accurate way of proving virginity using a cloth like that to begin with, plus it just seems to put women in a bad light of having to “prove” their purity, whereas men don’t seem to have been required to do anything like that.

    Is this most best understood as a concession made by Moses, like with divorce, or is there a better way of looking at this completely?

    Thanks so much. I look forward to hearing your program later today. I would call in if I could but unfortunately I have a business meeting scheduled at that time.


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