Insights and Answers from Jerusalem

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Dr. Brown opens the Scriptures and answers your e-questions from Jerusalem in the midst of his Israel tour. Listen live here 2-4 pm EST, and call into the show at (866) 348 7884 with your questions and comments.


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  1. Why you should do Israel tours every year.

    1. There is always a reason for you to be in Israel every year from now on.

    2. Your tours you can link up with the group for 1-2 days and have others lead the tour. Your name only needs to be on the tour group.

    3. This is a place where porch beaver’s can group together in a like minded ministry to take back to where ever we come from. The tours would be a streghtening of fininaces from the beaver’s.

    4. Your ministry has an ample supply of people able and willing to lead the Michael Brown tours.
    There just is not a downside to doing this.

  2. jon,

    1) Have you been to Israel? If so, what was valuable about it for you? My mother went and it was life changing for her. My wife was a student there.

    I do wonder if Evangelical visitors get propagandized for Zionism and never hear from Palestinian victims. Neither my mother nor my wife spoke with Palestinians that I know of.

    2) And what is a “porch beaver”? Is that one of those fantastic “Southerisms”?

    Despite the fact that I am a “Dang Yankee” I appreciate the Southern love for language.

  3. Greg, . no, I signed up for this trip but had to cancel due to work conflicts.

    2. Porch Beavers are torch bearers.

    3. You should go too next year on this tour, and become a porch beaver.

  4. jon,

    I would love to visit Israel but, if I did so, I’d want to visit the Palestinian territories and hear their stories, as well, since I have a special calling for Muslims.

    My impression is that conservative Christian groups don’t usually do this.

    I think Dr. Brown said that he meets with Arabs on his trip but I don’t remember him mentioning if they are Muslims.

    I have lots of Arab and a few Palestinian Christian friends and know that they can be as biased against Muslims as Jews often are.

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