It’s Thoroughly Jewish Thursday Live from India

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Dr. Brown speaks with Susan Pearlman from Jews for Jesus about the arrest of a Jewish believer in Israel for evangelism, discusses the controversy surrounding President Bush’s participation in a rally to support the Messianic Jewish Bible Institute, and then takes your Jewish questions and calls. 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: Mercy is extended equally to all Jew and Gentile; mercy refused brings equal judgment!

Hour 2:

Dr. Brown’s Bottom Line: As long as there are lost sheep of the house of Israel we must pray earnestly for their Shepherd to find them.


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  1. I think Dr. Brown avoided the main reason people are bothered by George Bush’s support for a “Jews for Jesus” group.

    Is it really appropriate for a former president to advocate for apostasy?

    (and, yes, I understand that Dr. Brown does not consider Jews becoming Christian as apostasy — but, obviously, most Jews do. Re-naming them “Messianic Jews” does not change this. )

    How would Christians react if, let’s say, Bill Clinton endorsed an atheist organization which works to get Christians to abandon their faith? There would be outrage, I have no doubt.

    I, personally, don’t care. But let’s not pretend that we don’t understand why this bothers people.

  2. To be a Jew is to be part of an ethnic group. It’s not membership in a theological school. It’s like being Spanish or Italian, it’s a matter of heredity. How do you get apostasy from that? And they’re not “becoming Christian” they’re embracing Messiah which is a perfectly natural thing for anyone of Jewish heredity to do. The Hebrew translation of Christ is Messiah. Hence they are “Messianic Jews.”

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