Focus on Jesus

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Dr. Brown will look at different aspects of the ministry and teachings of Jesus – from rabbi to revolutionary – and take your calls as he broadcasts live from Holland. 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: Embrace Jesus for all of who He is, and find out who you can be in Him.

Hour 2:

Dr. Brown’s Bottom Line: Never, never, never underestimate the power of the blood of Jesus to save and transform the worst of sinners.


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Other Resources:

Jesus and Paul Call Us to Judge

A Special Interview on the Last Words of Jesus, and Dr. Brown Answers Your Questions

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. During this time when there seems to be so many who get caught up in some sort of identity crises, whether it’s about a fetus that’s not being thought of or cared for as a baby, or a man who wants to be a woman, or even a white person who tells of how they are really black, or part black when they are not, isn’t it time for laws to be passed which protect a Christian’s right to identify with Christ, such that an employee of a bakery would not be required to put two grooms on a cake because his identity is connected to Jesus?

  2. What if someone that is a thief “identifies” as a upstanding citizen? What if a famous athlete “identifies” as a German Shepard? What if an adulterer, a performer of homosexual acts, or a murderer “identifies” as a believer in Messiah?

    All the above are just excuses for not accepting the word of YHWH…for not accepting the the truth about ourselves, how we were made, and how we are to act. No matter how we “identify,” we are going to be judged by our actions. When we “identify” as something we are not, we are just rebelling against the truth and against our Creator. Humble acceptance of the truth is becoming quite rare.


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