Scott Volk Interviews Dr. Brown on Thoroughly Jewish Thursday

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Scott Volk will be asking Dr. Brown probing questions regarding Israel in prophecy, the Middle East crisis, right and wrong perceptions in the media, and where the Church should stand on these critical issues. 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: Just as the Church lives by grace and looks to God by grace not by works, so also the Lost Sheep of the House of Israel stand by God’s grace!

Hour 2:

Dr. Brown’s Bottom Line: The bad news is that Israel is still hardened in part; the good news is that Israel will be saved!



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Other Resources:

Scott Volk Asks Dr. Brown His Toughest Israel-Related Questions

Dr. Brown and Scott Volk Share Inspiring Stories from Their Travels Around the World

An Interview with Porter Speakman, Producer of the “With God on Our Side” Video, and a Discussion with Scott Volk about Israel and the Church

  1. I have three questions from today’s show:

    1) Scott Volk said that most Muslim violence is Muslim-against-Muslim (my impression as well) in defense of Israel.

    But what does this prove? Isn’t this true for Christians as well? Germany against Poland. Italy against America. But even down to street crime?

    I don’t see how the reality of intra-Muslim violence can justify Jew-on-Muslim violence.

    2) Dr. Brown reiterated his belief that the Jews will be persecuted now and until the end of days.

    Isn’t this a self-fulfilling prophecy?

    If Christians, like Dr. Brown, convince the Jews that they will always be hated and persecuted (or, worse, that God has pre-ordained this!) then why would Jews ever try to make peace with fellow Muslim countrymen or their neighboring counties?


    3) When Volk asked Dr. Brown if criticism of Israel was political or spiritual, Dr. Brown (without a second of moral reflection!) answered “spiritual.”

    Wouldn’t the prophets of the Old Testament strongly disagree with Dr. Brown?

    The Old Testament has a lot to say about just and fair treatment of “strangers” among the Jews. Isn’t a spiritual flaw to _not_ condemn mistreatment of Palestinians?

    And, anyone with even rudimentary morality would surely know it’s wrong to bulldoze the homes of 5,000 Palestinians so that 300 Jews can move on to their land. You can be pro-Jew and still think this is wrong. Indeed, more than a few Jews think this is wrong.

  2. Greg Allen, I’m pretty sure Dr. Brown would agree that all mistreatment of Palestinians (and/or any particular person/people) is wrong.

  3. One caller who identified himself as one who believes in the Trinity, struggled over some things he hears people say concerning Christ, the
    Son of God.

    This is certainly not uncommon among Christians.

    I am one that tends to see things by comparison quite often.

    It seems to me that in the first few verses of the book of John, that John makes a comparison, and that he says something by way of a comparison, and if it wasn’t in the first verse of John 1, then it seems to me that it is in the second verse.

    But if there is not something said by way of comparison in the second verse, then it seems to me that is said by way of the first verse.

    I personally believe Jesus was with God from everlasting, and that he was with him and dwelling in him, being the Son of God in the Father, and that this is a part of what we may call a great mystery.

    I personally don’t believe God has called us to make Trinitarians of all men. Nor do I believe he has called us to make non-Trinitarians of all either.

    Is Psalm 129, Psalms 129 or not? Isn’t Psalms 129 the same as Psalm 129? There is one Psalm 129 isn’t there? But isn’t it also Psalms 129?

    Someone told me once to never says “Psalms” but rather “Psalm” when I refer to a chapter of the book of Psalms.

    Was he correct, or not? Was he right or wrong?

    Sometimes I think we think way to much of ourselves and the way we understand things and want to make others into our own likeness and image, as if we are something we are not.

    Romans 14:13 is good reading for today it seems to me.

    Shouldn’t we be about removing unnecessary occasions to fall if we are able to do so for a brother?

    I know that there are some things about God that I will not be able to comprehend as long as I am in this world.

    We all are going to be judged according to how we use the word we have received, as well as our use of words, as to whether or not we have been obedient to the Word of God.

  4. If you want to seem something interesting, look up “grains of sand” on the internet.

    I saw some pictures of grains of sand that were magnified 250 times.

    I wonder if it’s that way with stars.

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