Insights on Messianic Prophecies

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Dr. Brown opens up some Messianic prophecies today, pointing to Yeshua as Israel’s Messiah, then takes your Jewish-related calls and gives updates on the Middle East. 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: God laid out who the Messiah would be before He got here so that when He got here we would recognize Him, embrace Him, and follow Him.

Hour 2:

Dr. Brown’s Bottom Line: There is only one possible candidate who fulfills the Scriptures as Messiah, and that is Jesus, Yeshua, alone.


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Other Resources:

An Interview with Messianic Jewish Rabbi Itzhak Shapira on His New Book “The Return of the Kosher Pig”

The Death of a Major Rabbi in Israel and an Interview with Dr. Michael Rydelnik on the Arab-Israeli Conflict

An Interview with a Jewish Professor Wanting to Reclaim Jesus As an Authentic Jew and Then Dr. Brown Explains the Nature of Jewish Objections to Jesus

  1. Dr. Brown,

    It was a blessing to here your detailed and knowledgeable response to Avaraham. There are not two Torahs…just the written.

    As far as the usage of Torah in the plural. Abraham kept YHWH’s laws (plural).

    Ge 26:5 because that Abraham hearkened to My voice, and kept My charge, My commandments, My statutes, and My laws.’ (Jewish Publication Society)

    Certainly we do not think that this was speaking of a written and an oral Torah but that there was more than one instruction involved…thus plural laws.


  2. Blasater,

    Starting at about 1:07:50 through 1:13:10, how do you answer Dr. Brown about Messiah doing both riding in the clouds of heaven and also on the donkey? How do you answer the Rabbi’s that it must be one or the other about being righteous or not? How do you deal with Y’shua riding on a donkey? Were we rigtheous? If so why was the temple destroyed? I think that you are stuck.


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