The Word of God and Social Justice

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Dr. Brown talks with a FIRE School of Ministry grad about his work combating human trafficking and then looks at our biblical calling to be a people marked by good works, including works of social justice. 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: Don’t say the problems are too big, the problems are overwhelming, there’s nothing I can do! Say, “With God I can make a difference; one life at a time.”

Hour 2:

Dr. Brown’s Bottom Line: As we look at the massive social evils around the world, we recognize that a band-aid solution will not do, and that’s why we pray for great awakening.



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Other Resources:

Insights and Nuggets from the Word of God

Interviews on “With Christ in the Voting Booth” and Human Trafficking in the Philippines

Dr. Brown and Pastor Gino Geraci Discuss Myths and Facts About Bible Translations and Bible Interpretation

  1. Hello Dr Brown and the Line of Fire crew

    Have you heard the “news” from the UK about a big name pastor who is announcing that he’s all for homosexuals doing what they want as long as it’s a “loving and faithful relationship”?

    It’s not news to me as it’s the same preacher/writer/media personality who claimed that Jesus didn’t die for our sins because that would be “cosmic child abuse”. I sort of felt that there would be a further slide into false preaching from this man, so I’m not surprised really.

    My husband and I were discussing this and felt that he was being given a platform (in a Xian mag and on a national Xian radio station) because he is seen as someone who does a lot for charity, he’s been on secular TV and is personable, handsome etc. He’s a pleasant and down-to-earth media personality, so he’s being given a truck-load of publicity today.

    It’s as if you get a free ride because you look good on TV…

    When you catch up with this story from across the pond, you might like to comment on the responsibility of preacher, teachers and leaders.

  2. PS I was immediately reminded of Charles Templeton. He had everything going for him, he was seen as the best preacher of his generation … and then…

  3. After listening to this program–to this episode–I felt the necessity to blog about it. No pats on the back–I believe it is necessary for everyone to help people in any way possible.

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