Alex MacFarland and Jason Jimenez Guest Host

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As Dr. Brown continues to minister in Singapore, apologists and authors Dr. Alex MacFarland and Jason Jimenez will guest host today and take your calls. 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 (Guest Hosts: Alex MacFarland & Jason Jimenez): Truth is objective. Truth is not to be defined. It is simply something we are to discover. We are to conform our lives to the truth, not vice versa.

Hour 2:

Dr. Brown’s Bottom Line (Guest Hosts: Alex MacFarland & Jason Jimenez): We agree with Bill Clinton’s 1993 speech. Religious freedom is our first freedom.


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Other Resources:

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

The “Reason Rally” in DC; Thoughts on the Trayvon Martin Killing; and Gay-Bashing Is Out But Christian Bashing Is In

Dr. Brown Interviews Dr. Hugh Ross and Dr. Fuz Rana on Hidden Treasures in Job, Why the Universe Is the Way It Is, Creating Life in the Lab, and the Cell’s Design

  1. That is an interesting observation about what’s been going on in Baltimore.

    Was it for the most part, families out on the street together causing chaos…. father, mother, brother and sister all together, many family units out on the prowl, getting involved in looting, vandalism, starting fires and such?

  2. Well, yeah and everything, you know, first dad throws a rock or a glass bottle, and you know mom won’t ask him if he really had to do that, and if brother throws a rock, sister never says anything…It must have been all the families out there. 🙂

  3. I often notice a lot of cars ahead of me in traffic and on their back window is a depiction of their family in stick figures. Such things are quite popular today.

    Also of popularity are the figures of a small boy pulling down his trousers to pee on something.

    I’ve never seen an entire stick family pulling down trousers to pee.

    It seems to me that people feel good about their family and being part of one. There’s something good and solid about it, something wholesome and good.

  4. The ‘chosen people’ are the elect of God. We find orthodoxy and novelty side by side in these broadcasts. St. Paul never speaks of Zionism. But St. John does…

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