Dr. Brown Answers Your Toughest Questions

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Are altar calls mentioned in the Bible? If salvation is by faith alone, how did the Church get this doctrine wrong for so much of its history? Why don’t more pastors preach against sin today? 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: Rather than looking at all the wrong things happening in our society, why not look to God who is advancing His Kingdom everyday!

Hour 2:


Dr. Brown’s Bottom Line: There’s a lot of crisis in society, a lot of crisis in our personal lives. The question is, what does the Word say? What does our God say? His ways are ways of life.


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An Interview with a Jewish Professor Wanting to Reclaim Jesus As an Authentic Jew and Then Dr. Brown Explains the Nature of Jewish Objections to Jesus

  1. Hmm, Blaise Pascal once answered the pompus French king the same thing that Van has asked.

    “Pascal Give me clear proof of God.”

    Research why this one mathmatician was asked this question by this flamboyant king of the sun.

    Van, in that research may God reach your heart like he did for the French King.

  2. I like Pierre Laplace’s reply to Napoleon Bonaparte who, after reading Laplace’s Celestial Mechanics, which explained the universe in terms of natural causes, observed that it contained no mention of God. “Sire, I have no need of that hypothesis.”

  3. Pierre Laplace lived to age 77 was gifted years to remain curious about God. He was curious throughout his life, just like you Van, may God gift you years to rebuff your notion’s of your own hypothesis. Keep reaching up to God, and keep listening to Michael Brown.

  4. I’m curious but not about God. I interested in how people are indoctrinated into your religion and what it does to them. Listening to Dr. Brown sheds some light on that. So I’m not reaching for any God. If there is a God I’m quite sure it isn’t the one you believe in.

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