What Happens When You Tamper with the Family; and Evander Holyfield Meets Big Brother

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Dr. Brown examines the negative effects of some modern versions of “family” (especially polyamory), talks about the attack on Evander Holyfield for his comment on a British reality TV show that homosexuality is “not normal,” and gives an update on reaction to his debate about openly homosexual boy scouts. 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: It’s always easy to point fingers at others. Whatever the situation is, let’s look to God and ourselves and say, “How can we bring about change?”

Hour 2:

Dr. Brown’s Bottom Line: We’ve put our finger on one of many, many problems in America. The ultimate solution lies in revival in the church touching the world.



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Other Resources:

Does the Bible Send a Mixed Message on Sexuality?

Is Polygamy Worse than Same-Sex “Marriage”?; and What’s So Bad about Polygamy?

What Lines of Work Are Forbidden to Followers of Jesus? (And Some Important Abortion Updates)

  1. Sharp man, Bill Cosby. I think he’s very concerned about what’s happening all around us and he’s trying to wake us up, as we really do need a wake up for the most part.

    How I wish I would hear a United States president give his state of the union speech in a similar way, in order that congress and voters would wake up and see what’s happening, and get motivated to begin to fix things.

  2. The first caller in the second hour blamed teachers for kids not being able to read. She said that teachers have have a college degree and it takes an expert to teach literacy. (to paraphrase from memory)

    She could not be more wrong.

    Parents absolutely can, without training, teach their kids to read. Furthermore, parents are the only people who can do this.

    The main thing is to read to your kids. Hundreds and hundreds of hours of reading. Every night from infancy into their teens.

    The second thing is to make sure they have plenty of reading material. A weekly trip to the public library is best. Every birthday and Christmas should include a book as a present. Experts call this a “book rich environment.”

    The third thing is to read in front of your kids. Kids naturally model after their parents.

    That’s mostly it. I’ve even seen this work on kids with fairly significant reading and attention problems.

    No degree needed. And… it is something only a parent can do.

    PS: It bothers me how quickly people blame the teachers. I have worked in several different fields and teachers/professors are the hardest working and best educated people I’ve known. And, contrary to what some people write in certain books, they aren’t fixated on propagandizing your children. They sincerely do want your kids to read, write and calculate. They have dedicated their lives to your child’s success.

  3. Ray,

    >>How I wish I would hear a United States president give his state of the union speech in a similar way,

    President Obama has given similar speeches about taking responsibility to African Americans and Africans in general. He’s a little famous for it, actually, and it was widely reported on (Except on conservative media which have perniciously born false witness about Obama.)


  4. Even a lot of racists like Bill Cosby. Well, until he tells truth that gun owners don’t like.

    >>”I’m a person who believes that that gun, that gun, all around this United States — when a person has a gun sometimes their mind clicks that this thing is, it will win arguments and straighten people out, and then in the wrong hands and the wrong mind, it’s death,” he said on CNN in an interview that aired Sunday.

    >> “We’ve got to get the gun out of the hands of people who are supposed to be on neighborhood watch,” Cosby said in his first public remarks about the case, published today.

    “Without a gun, I don’t see Mr. Zimmerman approaching Trayvon by himself,” Cosby added. “The power-of-the-gun mentality had him unafraid to confront someone. Even police call for backup in similar situations.

    “When you carry a gun, you mean to harm somebody, kill somebody.”


    Amen, Mr. Cosby! Preach it!

  5. Greg, I’ve never heard any president give any kind of speech that resembled in any real way
    what we just heard Bill Cosby say.

    I would like to hear a president give a speech on the condition of the nation, talking about everything that is wrong with it, about how far off a good path it is, and about all of it’s corruption.

    Such would be along the same lines as what we heard Bill Cosby say.

    This nation needs a good wake up call.

  6. I am so glad that finally someone has mentioned how terrible polygamy is for the child. Particularly little girls. Amazing to me is that no one in the discussions I have heard on the topic has ever raised the issue of how this impacts children and lowers their self esteem.
    Thanks also to Dr. Brown for explaining how a little girl feels in a family where the homosexual father cannot and does not cherish/love a woman/mother. How this will ultimately affect her views on Male female relationships.

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