Dr. Brown Responds to the Critics, the Crazies, and the Jew Haters

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Dr. Brown will interact take you into his world and share some of the opposition he receives standing for righteousness and exposing Islamic terrorism. This is a great day to call the show if you disagree with Dr. Brown! 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: As I see hatred, animosity, violence, ugliness increasing against the people of God, I know it’s directed against God Himself.

Hour 2:

Dr. Brown’s Bottom Line: If you stand for truth, you’ll be hated. And if that’s the case, walk in love, bless, don’t curse, and rejoice.


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Other Resources:

What Happens When the Church Cuts Off Its Jewish Roots

The Danger of Exaggerated End-Time Mentality and a Question for Israel’s Critics

An Outrageous Use of Scripture in a Gay Activist Editorial and the Not So Hidden Message of the X-Men Movies

  1. Ugh, that “Hey Jews” song is repulsive and demonic! I wonder what Paul McCartney thinks about it, if he knows.

  2. Dr. Brown asked at the beginning of his show for people to call in who disagreed with him on a variety of issues. Two hours later, I believe only 1 person actually spoke to him. The rest of his show was filled with his responses to face book comments or tapes. My point is that he gave people an opportunity to speak LIVE. One, maybe 2 did. Others HIDE behind the other social media outlets that are available. Very sad!!!

  3. Well, Lisa from Manhattan didn’t get her full minute, (minute 22) but Dr. Brown held back for awhile anyway.

  4. I was contemplating the question of the caller who brought up the point if you are not a Zionist you are anti Semitic. I may actually agree with her.

    Any thoughts?

    Zionism is what God is doing, you are either for or against God there is not a middle ground.

  5. jon,

    I am not a Zionist, not politically speaking. I do not believe that God has anything to do with Zionism. However, I support Israel as a country. I respect the Jewish people, and I express my Christian love for them, as I try to do for all peoples, in the hope that they will accept Jesus Christ.

    Being a Christian is not conditional upon being a Zionist. It has nothing to do with anti-Semitism. It could lead to anti-Semitism (non-Zionists are more likely to express anti-Semitism than Zionists are), but it is not in and of itself anti-Semitic to reject the belief that the nation of Israel is part of God’s design for the salvation of the world and / or that every Christian has an obligation to encourage and to help the Jews to immigrate to Israel.

  6. Has anyone ever been to realjewnews? That’s “brother” Kapner’s website. It’s really too much. Dr. Brown did a show on him. I get a kick out of it. But it’s quite disgusting.

  7. Nicholas you are a Zionist.

    HEAR O! ISRAEL! The Lord is our God, the Lord is one, and our land Zion is our only hope.

    The Messiah comes back to one land only- Not New York, not Uganda, not the Russian mother land, not Deutschland only Israel (Zion). Satan will do everything in his worldly power to try to prevent that. Once in the land our only hope is the return of the Messiah. You are a Zionist if you are a follower of Yeshua and support what the God of Israel is doing today.

  8. Prayer for Israel: Jewish Prayer book.

    Remember us, O Lord our God, for our well-being; be mindful of us for blessing, and save us unto life by they promise of salvation and mercy, spare us and be gracious unto us, have mercy upon us and save us, for our eyes are bent upon thee, because thou art a gracious and merciful God and King.

  9. Amy – “Hey Jews” – are you kidding me? It’s “Hey Jude”, and has nothing to do with Jewish people.


    (P.S. no I’m not Paul, but I’m sure that’s what he would say)

  10. jon,

    You said, “I was contemplating the question of the caller who brought up the point if you are not a Zionist you are anti Semitic. I may actually agree with her.”

    “Any thoughts?”

    Response: The caller appears to be making such a statement without performing the necessary due dilligence on the matter. While one may understand your sentiments in agreement with the above statement, the fact is that there are actually “Jews” who do not believe in the Zionist movement, and actually openly oppose the modern state of Israel.

    There are various Ultra Orthodox and Hasidic Jewish sects that do no agree with this at all, due to the idea that the establishment of the state of Israel is not based upon a messianic return and is therefore not of G-d.

    I, personally, don’t agree with their view; however, it must be understood that all who do not agree with the modern Zionist movement should not be collectively labeled as being anti-Semitic.


  11. True, A better way to communicate this is that Zionism is clearly associated with the Messiah the first coming and now the second. This has been the battle ground where spiritual forces have waged the battle and the war. To not be a Zionist is a failure to see what is at war and the reason behind it.

  12. How do you explain the comments Jimmy Carter made today about Israel and war crimes? Carter has been a consistant anti semite. He actually wants to recognise Hamas! I just can not understand this.

  13. Am I a zionist, or a religious zionist like my rabbis were and their rabbis were going back to Rav Kook and Ben Gurion. Do I believe it is a commandment to live in Israel for a Jew? Is it a prohibition to live anywhere else?

    Most people do not believe that it is a commandment for a Jew to live in Israel, thus most people are not religious zionists.

    The Ramban lists living in Israel as one of the commandments. He was a zionist. Only supporting Israel does not make one a zionist. Though this is the common thought on what a zionist is. In Israel it has much more of a religious intonation. Religious zionist are the smallest Jewish minority out of al of Jewry. Though the haredim are not typically zionist they do love their Jewish people.

    I guess I am not really a zionist because in that light, because their is freedom for a Jew to live outside of Israel, I do not believe God will consider this a prohibition but the great Ramban would differ with me.

  14. (This is not directed toward anyone in particular)

    One day I want to call into Dr. Brown’s show and ask him something to this effect, In God’s plan, what does it profit the salvation of souls to restore the Jewish people to the physical land of Israel? God came in the person of his Son, the Lord Jesus Christ, to bring souls into the spiritual land of the New Covenant. In the Church, there is salvation, for Jew and gentile alike. So, it makes sense that God would want to bring us into the Church. But how would it profit us to see the Jews brought to the land of Israel? The Messiah came to save us: to destroy the power of the Devil and to deliver us from sin and death. How does it affect us if God gives the Jews the land of Israel? What does that achieve? Why is it so important for the Jews to be in Israel? It has nothing to do with salvation, not for us, not for the Jews. This is why Zionism does not make sense to me.

  15. Listening to the song “Hey Jews” reminded me of songs that radical Islamists teach their children.

    Maybe those kind of songs belong together on a tape or something.

    I wonder if the church that sang that song would get along well with radical Islamists. They seemed to have something in common.

  16. Nicholas,

    If YHWH does not return Israel to the land and then destroy all those that come against them at the end, then he has failed to live up to His word. And if we can’t trust Him to be faithful in the physical things, can we trust Him in the spiritual things?

    John 3
    12 If I have told you earthly things, and ye believe not, how shall ye believe, if I tell you of heavenly things?


  17. Bo, that is a good point. There is a spiritual aspect that we accept in faith and we are not accustomed to thinking of our spiritual lives in the physical aspects. It is an interesting thought.

  18. To Paul McCartney:

    I had a sore throat for days for screaming your name at Shea Stadium on August 15, 1965. Now it’s the name of Yeshua I love. I got rid of my Beatles albums and threw away my ticket stub from the concert. I’m thankful to God that He delivered me from your ungodly music and antichrist lyrics. A bullet got John…tobacco got George…I hope you get salvation!

  19. R. Kneubuhl, in answer to your question “Wouldn’t it be kinda bad to call people ungodly? I mean actually saying it?”

    I’d have to say no.

    The Bible says we are all ungodly sinners in need of a Savior. When I worshipped the Beatles I was an ungodly sinner. Jesus died for my sins so that I might be saved by His blood. Now is the day of salvation. Jesus is coming back soon to judge the ungodly who have rejected Him.

    Romans 5:6-9 – “For when we were yet without strength, in due time Christ died for the ungodly. For scarcely for a righteous man will one die: yet peradventure for a good man some would even dare to die. But God commendeth his love toward us, in that, while we were yet sinners, Christ died for us. Much more then, being now justified by his blood, we shall be saved from wrath through him.”

    Jude 1:14-15 – “Behold, the Lord cometh with ten thousands of his saints, to execute judgment upon all, and to convince all that are ungodly among them of all their ungodly deeds which they have ungodly committed, and of all their hard speeches which ungodly sinners have spoken against him.”

  20. Thanks Amy I was just thinking it would hurt my feelings if someone told me that I was a bad person.

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