Dr. Brown discusses Prof. Randall Price’s illustrated guide to the Temple and then Dr. Brown analyzes Dr. Kenton Beshore’s claim that Jesus will return before 2028. He will also answer your Jewish-related questions. Listen live here 2-4 pm EST, and call into the show at (866) 348 7884 with your questions and comments.
Dr. Brown’s Bottom Line: When you think back to the ancient temple we are reminded of God’s desire to dwell in our midst and now by His grace He has made us a temple of the Spirit in which He dwells.
Dr. Brown’s Bottom Line: Jewish roots are certainly important but most important of all is being rooted and grounded in God and abiding in the vine. If you do that you will bear much fruit!
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The latest the Lord could return in my humble opinion is 2033, going by the crucifixion (if he was crucified in 2030, then I’d go by that date, but when it comes to date setting, the latest possible date is always best).
one watch that i believe will be gaining traction soon (Hagee) has just released a teaching on the blood moons- this is not a prediction, but a watch. have you heard this? and what about the 6000 yr Elijah teaching that you have in your book the the REAL Kosher Jesus- isn’t that 6 k just about here 2016? 2018?
The fact that the last times there were tetrad full lunar eclipses on Passover and Sukkoth two years in a row were around 1948 when Israel came back as a Nation and 1967 when they got Jerusalem, indicates to me that there is a high probability that something else significant will happen on 2014-2015.
My wife noticed that the full solar eclipses around 1948 and 1967 were on Tishrei, the civil/secular calendar, and Israel got back their secular government, but that the full solar eclipse on 2015 is on Nisan. She wonders if perhaps that indicates spiritual revival, or even the rebuilding of the temple. Only time will tell.
She thinks that because of Nisan being the beginning of the religious calendar.
Hello Dr. Brown,
I just discovered your site 2-3 weeks ago after reading “The Case for the Real Jesus” by Lee Strobel. I was blessed by your discussion of the Messianic prophecies in that book and was hungry for more.
Your radio show is now my favorite one to listen to on the way to and from work. I am a big proponent of the concept that our God is completely and utterly faithful and that He is going to keep His Word to literal Israel. He cannot lie and He would not have allowed the prophets to write all those verses describing the literal Kingdom with Israel at the center if He was not planning to bring those things to pass. I am in the process of categorizing all of these now. The scriptures must be fulfilled and I believe they will be fulfilled by events that fit the text when all is said and done.
I enjoyed the discussion on the temple. Because of how I approach the text, I lean in the “literal” millennial temple direction. God has a purpose for it even if it does not fit with our theological perspective.
I must confess that I have dispensationalist leanings, but I am blessed by your show and I am going to being buying some of your books soon on Kindle… starting with “The Real Kosher Jesus”. Wishing your Jeremiah commentary was available for Kindle :(.
I mostly wanted to just say thanks!
You’re very welcome, Peter, and thanks for the good word!
Dr. Brown’s Jeremiah commentary also comes with a commentary on Ezekiel by another author (and Lamentations). It’s a beautiful book and well put together. Dr. Brown put a lot of heart and soul into it. You really have to feel the weight of God calling an unwilling people back to himself. It’s a good read.
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