Apologetics Insights and Americans Taking a Stand for Their Faith

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Dr. Brown speaks with popular teacher and apologist Tom Gilson about a new approach to C. S. Lewis’s famous “Lord, Lunatic, or Liar” trilemma, then talks about a high school class speaker who refused to compromise his faith. 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: We are on the side of truth. Objections from any corner, any side need not ever trouble us.

Hour 2:

Dr. Brown’s Bottom Line: If we will truly follow Jesus, we will go against the grain and swim against the tide!



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Other Resources:

From Seeking Allah to Finding Jesus

An Interview with Apologist Greg Koukl and a Conversation about Racism and the NBA

Dr. Brown Interviews Christian Apologist Matt Slick and Jewish Psychologist Bernard Starr

  1. Dr. Brown,

    Why not collaborate with Dr. James White on a book series, “Answering Muslim Objections to Jesus”? Or something to that effect? Reading both his work on the Trinity and the way in which you expound the doctrine in “Jewish Objections,” I think the result would be monumental.

    Please consider it.

  2. I believe students should speak up against unlawful oppression by faculty, and remind them that although in the opinion, or by pretense, of certain faculty members who say the students are in violation of the law by making mention of Jesus, or praying, or proclaiming the gospel on school grounds, or during times when the free exercise of freedom of speech is allowed, then they are the very ones who are in violation of the law, and if they do not repent of their unlawful actions, I believe the students may ask for their removal.

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