Dr. Brown Responds to the President’s Anti-Religious Executive Order, and a Conversation with Pastor Joel Stockstill

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Dr. Brown calls on President Obama to repent for signing his anti-religious executive order (in the name of fighting discrimination against LGBT’s) and then speaks with Pastor Joel Stockstill about the peril of the half-gospel, what God is doing among young people, and overcoming impossible odds. 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: Faith that endures means faith that overcomes every kind of obstacle, faith that looks in the eyes of the impossible and says I believe God!

Hour 2:

Dr. Brown’s Bottom Line: As long as you know that God exists, the good God of the scripture, that Jesus has risen from the dead, and you’re in right relationship with Him, you have every reason to be full of hope.



This week, get one of Dr. Brown’s most important lectures, “Is Israel an Evil Occupier?” (2012), along with two important debates, the first with James-Michael Smith entitled, “Israel: Ecclesiology, Eschatology, and Ethics,” and the second with Dr. Don Preston discussing the future of Israel according to Romans 9-11 (both recorded this year). Just $25, postage paid, a savings of $20 off the retail price. Order online Here!

Other Resources:

The Gospel as a Stumblingblock

Black Christian Leaders Who Say They Cannot Vote for President Obama

Dr. Brown’s Debate with Gay Activist Wayne Besen (and A Call to Prayer)

  1. So what this president is doing is discriminating against Christians under the disguise of non discrimination, which is hypocrisy, and using his position as President to do this unconstitutional action.

    It’s ridiculous.

    Isn’t a president supposed to do what he can to protect religious freedom if either of the two other branches of government fail to do so?

  2. The president’s order is consistent with the love of Jesus as millions of Christians understand the issue.

    So, it’s a massive overstatement to call it “anti-religious.”

    The most Dr. Brown can honestly say is, “it’s counter to what one wing of the church believes.”

    That’s not a sound-bite that will get you a gig on Fox News or a column on WorldNetDaily, I know.

    But it’s the truth.

  3. Ray,

    >>So what this president is doing is discriminating against Christians under the disguise of non discrimination

    Your logic leaves most American’s just scratching our heads.

    Gays pay taxes just like you do. So, a gay guy should have the same shot at a tax-funded job as you do.

    Your right to discriminate does not trump your fellow American’s right of equality under the law.

    (..and you do have the right to discriminated, BTW. Just not with government services and businesses licensed for public accommodation.)

    And, by the way, a gay government contractor does not have the right to deny _you_ a job because you are fundamentalist Christian. Religion is also a protected class.

    THAT is non-discrimination under federal law.

    There is no right to discriminate with _our_ tax dollars no matter how the gays make you feel.

  4. This was a powerful show. I haven’t done all that God has called me to do, but today I was inspired. This man has had so much struggle and pain that I can’t complain. Thanks for giving me hope to keep moving forward. God Bless you Dr. Brown and Pastor Stockstill.

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