The Challenges of Putting “Reach Out and Resist” into Practice

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Dr. Brown discusses the difficulties of standing for righteousness and morality while reaching out to the lost, sharing some of his recent interaction with those who identify as transgender as well as updating questions on the stance of Hillsong NYC. 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: I will continue to speak out against evil, even if it offends the world. At the same time, I will reach out to every last sinner with the grace and mercy of God.

Hour 2:

Dr. Brown’s Bottom Line: I will be civil, loving, compassionate, and caring for every human being I meet, and I’ll speak the truth without compromise. I believe that’s the Jesus way.


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  1. OK I am pretty sure that somewhere in there I heard a lady use the word “violent” to describe those who are pro-life.


    What is “violence”? In extreme cases, it results in the ending of a life (i.e., murder). PP literally focuses on ending lives! Are babies NOT alive? Their bodies have vital signs! PP’s protocols disrupt and end those vital signs! What more accurate definition for “death” do they want? Are we really saying that if a pregnant woman is attacked, and the baby is killed, the severity of the crime depends on whether the woman wanted the child or not? “Oh, don’t worry about it: I was on my way to get an abortion anyway.” Has this really become the basis for our standard whereby we rule–flippant, subjective opinions? I guess we are seeing the plain result of rejecting God’s Word as the standard. And what if the would-be mother changes her mind mid-trial, and regrets that she wanted to get an abortion? Can they change the charges against the person who killed her baby? I mean, of all the wacky, warped, ridiculous, baseless, nonsensical, hypocritical things…

    How frustrating.

  2. I believe it’s important to remember that if we are not against Jesus, we will be for him, and that if we are not for him we will be against him.

    So when we promote the truth of scripture, using it correctly, for godly purposes, in godliness, if people are against this, are they for Jesus or not, and if not, why not?

    This is something important to consider, for if we are not against him, we might very well be much for him. So what should stop us from being for him? Maybe for now, it’s only one’s walking against him that prevents one from being for him.

    And what future should we think to have if we are going against him? Wouldn’t we be far better off to be going in a direction that is for him?

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