Two Cutting Edge Interviews on Critical Social Issues

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In the first hour, Dr. Brown speaks with Robert Reilly, author of the important new book Making Gay OK; in the second hour, Dr. Brown speaks with Simon Arkley, director of the Justice Project USA, devoted to combatting human trafficking. 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: God made us on purpose with purpose. Let us find out His purpose, conform our lives to it, and that will be the path of blessing.

Hour 2:

Dr. Brown’s Bottom Line: I often say on the broadcast “together we are making a difference.” Well, together, we can make a difference and combat, and even eliminate human trafficking.



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  1. Your guest’s statements on gay parents (seconds 01-02 of minute 43) are not audible. This is what it sounds like leading up to and following:

    “…for gay men to think they can love their children unreservedly… -ncubator…”

  2. I am just worn-out with the gay debate, so I’m going to skip to the human trafficking interview.

    It’s very hard to hear but I’ve appreciated that Dr. Brown has highlighted this issue before. As a missionary I saw it very openly overseas but, from what I hear, its common in the US as well.

  3. I believe much of the Church is going to continue witnessing to the truth, and keep it up ’till somebody gets tired, and for this reason, it won’t be they who get tired. Isaiah 40:31.

  4. On the Justice Project link, I saw a little bit (very little) about an organization called Bikers Against Trafficking.

    Wouldn’t it be something to see groups of Biker clubs which are about legal activities, some of them maybe being lawyers themselves, who may be called upon by any minor who believes they have been done wrong in any way by an adult?

    Can you imagine a group of Bikers, a brotherhood who are willing to ride together, go out on the streets together, and begin asking the whereabouts of a certain individual, who they believe (after gaining whatever information they could about a matter) may have done something wrong to a minor, and they would like to speak to this individual about it?

  5. Ray,

    It seems more like a vigilante movie than an effective law enforcement strategy.

    But, it would make a good movie! Maybe you should pitch it to someone in Hollywood who is producing movies for Evangelicals now.

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