How to Deal with Hypocrisy in the Church

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Should we stop standing for morality in the public square because of sin in our own camp? How do we clean up our own act while addressing the sins of the culture? 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: Yes, there has been hypocrisy in the Church, but we don’t back down from our moral stands. Instead, we repent of our sin and then call the world to repent as well.

Hour 2:

Dr. Brown’s Bottom Line: As we hear from caller after caller breaking down in tears as they talk about abortions in the past, let’s realize how grave this is, and yet, there’s mercy at the Cross.


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  1. I wrote a paper called Good Ole Boy, Bad Theology dealing with various false teachings within the church among them SIN IS SIN, IT’S ALL EQUAL. Church discipline, ect…
    I’ll try to call into your radio program this pm, if you want me to. I met you at the Charlotte Rally against the Bathroom Bill. When the LBGT’s interupted our rally, I walked right through the middle of them. I think you followed me. I don’t know it was the best decision I ever made, but I wanted to let them know I was not intimidated by them. Amazing how they wanted to just shout and not discuss the issues with you.

  2. Dr. Brown,
    Someone I know had an abortion; while she was on the operating table, she began hemorrhaging and the doctors thought that she would die. While that was going on, she relates, she was seeing herself traveling down a highway, but then a reverend (standing by an exit) directed her off the highway down a very dark and terrifying road: a road that would lead her to hell.

    She felt that had she died on that table, she would certainly have gone to hell.

    Years later, after having been saved by God, she had a dream she was joyfully climbing up a ladder she knew led to heaven—carrying a baby on her shoulders… a baby she thinks was her aborted baby she would finally meet in heaven.

  3. I’m sure slander is in there somewhere about being a sin. Brown might want to study that one. Bully pulpit, disqualifying Christians thru a book, hypergrace, and thus blaspheming the Holy Spirit. Yes, there is much hypocrisy!

  4. John, you give the name jon a bad name but at least you put an H in your name. Do not slander Michael Brown here. If you do it again please change your name.

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