Dr. Alex McFarland Guest Hosts

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Dr. Alex McFarland will be discussing what God’s church can do to save the nation. In the second hour, Dr. McFarland will be interviewing Elmer Towns and Dr. Tim Clinton. 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: Next to Israel under the reign of Solomon, America is the greatest nation God ever planted on the face of this globe. We must thank God for it and do our part to sustain it.

Hour 2:

Dr. Brown’s Bottom Line: Daniel 11:32, those who know their God will be strong and do exploits. We have to know God. We can’t give away what we don’t have.


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More Resources:

The Atheist Debate

Reflections on the State of the Nation and the Power of Revival

A Stunning Testimony on Abortion, and Spiritual Insights on Morality and Culture

  1. I couldn’t help but think that if someone put together hours of quotes of the founders of America as they made mention of God and spoke so much wisdom to think about, along with their pictures and made a video fit for television, that lasted about two or more hours in length, also telling something about the people, that the attention of the young people, and also older people could be awakened.

    Maybe such a thing could start with five or ten minutes of modern quotes of politicians as they make mention of God…if you can find that much.

  2. The founding fathers were Freemasons. Freemasonry was their religion. They were cultural Christians, to be sure, (they went to Church, spoke about “Providence,” agreed with the basic moral principles of the Bible), but they were not orthodox in any real way. Actually, like many of their contemporaries in France (also Freemasons), they were more sympathetic to Islam than they were to normative Christian doctrines, such as the deity of Christ and the Resurrection. This is the plain truth.

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