Dr. Brown Interviews David Brog on Evangelical Support for Israel and Then Focuses on Keys to Touching the Younger Generation

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In the first hour, Dr. Brown speaks with David Brog, the Executive Director of Christians United for Israel (CUFI), focusing on challenges to evangelical support for Israel today. In the second hour, Dr. Brown will discuss challenges to reaching the younger generation with the gospel and with the moral standards of the Word. 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: If you want to be on the side of justice in the Middle East, then you need to stand with Israel.

Hour 2:

Dr. Brown’s Bottom Line: The same Gospel that saves the old generation is the same Gospel that saves the young!


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Other Resources:

What This Generation Really Needs

Frontline Evangelism In Israel: An Interview with Jacob Damkani

Talking with Israelis about Yom Kippur; and Thoughts on “To the Jew First”

  1. David Brog is doing an excellent work with John Haggi, and Christian’s United for Israel. I heard David speak here in Denver to a large convention (the Jewish Federation) about replacement theology. Thank you for haveing him as your guest today..

  2. One of the wonderful things about Dr. Brown’s ministry is the intelligent guests he brings in from every relevant area effecting believers in 2014. David Brog is extremely important figure as director of CUFI. WONDERFUL and INFORMITIVE interview. SO educational. Today I also listened to interview of Caliv Myers of Jerusalem Institute of Justice done at Berkley on Palestinian human rights violations. It’s on Youtube.

    Dr. Brown knows Caliv, and he would make a GREAT subject for interview. He is Messianic Jewish believer and attorney based in Jerusalem.

    Dr. Brown doing EXCELENT job of educating a larger segment of the gentile believers on these issues. WELL DONE! PLEASE KEEP IT UP!

  3. I’ve heard a modern interpretation of the blessing of Gen 12:3, such that all those who believe in Christ are children of Abraham, so the blessing goes out to all Christians, remembering also that Jesus reminded the Jews of their works which were contrary to Abraham, and this in the context of being “children” of Abraham. (see John 8:39, and the surrounding context.)

    Jesus recognized them as being Abraham’s seed (John 8:37) yet put an “if” in front of the possibility of them being Abraham’s children, and in fact told them that their father was the devil. (John 8:44)

    I believe the children of Abraham should be of the sort that would be about the things of Abraham, things pertaining to faith and the way of God. (see Gen 18:19 for that sort of thing)

    If they were serious about the matter of justice and judgment, as well as faith, I don’t think they would be much (if at all) about seeking to kill Jesus.

    God could have raised up children of Abraham out of the stones on the ground, (as Jesus said) and they would not have had to come out of Abraham’s loins, it seems to me. (Matt 3:9)

  4. “One of the wonderful things about Dr. Brown’s ministry is the intelligent guests he brings in from every relevant area effecting believers in 2014.”

    Who cares? How many children does Dr. Brown’s ministry provide food, shelter and medicine for? Zero perhaps?

  5. Van, Believe it or not, there is something more important than food. “Man shall not live on bread alone, but . . .” I have to wonder, where is all the rage coming from?

  6. “I have to wonder, where is all the rage coming from?”

    I’m not angry, I’m a very happy person. I understand that it would take 2 or 3 billion dollars a year to feed every starving child and adult for a year. Your religion rakes in hundreds of billions of dollars every year and we still have starving and suffering children and adults. This is why we have done away with your religion by cutting it off at its roots. The religious indoctrination of children is a crime against humanity and then world has no awoken to this fact.

  7. Van,

    And yet, your religion can’t make any sense out of why we should be feeding the poor. That was one of the problems with progressivism. They were right that we should be taking care of the poor, and even someone of evangelical renoun such as Francis Schaeffer said that pastors should have preached against the discompassionate use of wealth associated with the Guilded Age from the pulpit. However, what is interesting is that Shaeffer had a way of fixing this problem within his own system. That is where progressives were wrong to reject the Bible, and to offer nothing in its place. About the only thing you can say is that it makes you feel better to help the poor, but that there is no real moral element to it at all. By cutting off our religion at its roots, you have cut of the root of all morality, and all moral justification. It simply makes no sense to go from matter and energy to moral absolutes. The one has nothing to do with the other. It is no wonder then that you have modern exploitation of people by the government. That is the result of “cutting our religion off at the roots.”

  8. When responding to “Van” the intellectual terrorist keep on thing in mind.

    Proverbs 18:2

    A fool takes no pleasure in understanding, but only in expressing his opinion.

  9. Adam,
    I know you posted something but I don’t read things written by people who claim they would abuse children if they thought there was no God. That would be you. Anyone can find that admission right here on this blog. It’s sickening.

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