Dr. Brown raises serious questions about former President Carter’s call to recognize Hamas, also sorting out the latest details of Israel’s war with terror. He will also take your Jewish-related questions and calls. Listen live here 2-4 pm EST, and call into the show at (866) 348 7884 with your questions and comments.
Dr. Brown’s Bottom Line: With respect to former Presidents Carter and Robinson, if you want to see lasting peace, don’t look at Hamas as a friend but rather as someone who needs to be bypassed for the good of the Palestinians.
Dr. Brown’s Bottom Line: It’s very easy to find fault with political leaders with government systems. They will all fall short; let us pray for the coming in full of the kingdom and reign of God.
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I heard Pamella Geller comment on Jimmy Carter this morning on the radio 710 KUSA. She called him an antisemite, and I agree with her. To hold the highest office in the land if he still does not understand the most basic aspects of this conflict then he is clearly blinded by his antisemitism. He chooses to stumble around in the dark. His legacy is going to be one of the worst US presidents in our history, but he is getting a run for his money now.
Turkish leader blames Israel for antisemitism.
In the whole history of the Jews does this sound familiar?
So what does the Bible have to say about Hamas?
Here’s something Jesus said from Luke 14:
31. Or what king, going out to war against another king, sitteth not down first, and consulteth whether he be able with ten thousand to meet him that cometh against him with twenty thousand?
32. Or else, while the other is yet a great way off, he sendeth an ambassage, and desireth conditions of peace.
Isn’t that how it’s done?
I mean if we’re talking about political players, right?
But that doesn’t sound like Hamas to me.
Hamas kept on showering rockets on Israel even though they knew by experience they were all being intercepted and were of no avail.
What kind of military general would continue to spend his rockets in that manner?
But these were not military generals. Neither are they political player kind of kings.
By the nature of a thing, we should know what to call the thing.
There are some differences between terrorists and kings.
So shouldn’t there be some kind of rationality test or something, before we credit some group as being a political actor?
Ray did you receive your book?
jon, I didn’t receive the book yet.
send me an e mail to firstname.lastname@example.org and I will get it out to you.
Supporting Hamas tends to throw everyone under the bus.
Taking a quick break from a John 6 commentary I have been working on. Does anyone know where the video Dr. Brown mentioned about UN Schools training children for jihad can be found? I checked askdrbrown.org but haven’t found it. I found a news reel on it but not the video Dr. Brown was sharing. Thanks!
You might try jihadwatch.org. It seems I heard him mention on one of his shows but can’t find any video about the school children. You might try this show:
Did you try Dr. Brown’s channel on Youtube? It might be there. (I haven’t looked.)
I’m still looking but found a few related ones (not UN) on Youtube:
Let us know if real flesh and real blood are to be eaten.
No, real flesh and blood are not to be eaten. Jesus clearly lets his disciples know that this was a parable, or analogy in verses 61-63.
61 When Jesus knew in himself that his disciples murmured at it, he said unto them, Doth this offend you?
62 What and if ye shall see the Son of man ascend up where he was before?
63 It is the spirit that quickeneth; the flesh profiteth nothing: the words that I speak unto you, they are spirit, and they are life.
In verse 62 Jesus shows this to be an analogy when he raises the problem of a literal application when he asks them in essence, “If you have to actually eat me, how are you going to do that when I ascend back into heaven?”. Then he clarifies and says “the flesh profiteth nothing: the words that I speak unto you, they are spirit, and they are life”, which reinforces everything He had been saying previously in John 6, which was that they must believe, not eat actual physical bread, but the true spiritual bread from heaven.
Here’s a short explanatory video on Human Rights Council at UN:
Did you follow my dialogue with rockypath1?
Bo, no I didnt see it. I haven’t been very active on the site since I started working on John 6. Do you have a link to it if you would liek me to check it out?
From here : http://www.lineoffireradio.com/2012/01/17/is-mary-really-the-mother-of-god/#comment-886364
till about post # 224
Picks back up here: http://www.lineoffireradio.com/2012/01/17/is-mary-really-the-mother-of-god/#comment-934236
till the end.
But it all originated here: http://www.lineoffireradio.com/2014/05/16/dr-brown-answers-your-questions-65/comment-page-12/#comment-890419
and I came in here: http://www.lineoffireradio.com/2014/05/16/dr-brown-answers-your-questions-65/comment-page-12/#comment-892088
Bo, looks like a good discussion. Wish I had been available to join in.
I did a search for John 6:62 and it looks like it didn’t make it into the discussion unless I missed it (still reading obviously). But that one verse shuts down the argument as I mentioned above: “If you have to actually eat me, how are you going to do that when I ascend back into heaven?”
For future use, a little paralleling will greatly help as well.
Now notice the parallel between verse 40 and verse 54.
40 … every one which seeth the Son, and believeth on him, may have everlasting life: and I will raise him up at the last day.
54 Whoso eateth my flesh, and drinketh my blood, hath eternal life; and I will raise him up at the last day.
So eating a drinking is equivalent to seeing and believing.
Re: #19 above. Good analogy, seems to me.
Thanks for the added thoughts.
I am intrgued with your John 6 commentary and would love to discuss it with you further. I will post a question for you on the Friday, August 8 thread, as that will be a bit more appropriate.
I’ve recently gotten the chance to listen to the Hebrew audio of John 17 from the Rivers in the Desert website its fascinating to memorize it, my question is the word used three times in the chapter is parem”eli if I’m correct doesn’t this word root stem from the Hebrew word pallel for prayer, adorn, or to decorate , if so then the idea brought across as Yeshua is speaking Avi parem’eml atah ba’kavod would be decorate me, adorn me in the kavod I had with you before the world began. Thanks alot
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