Answers to Your Questions

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Dr. Brown takes your calls and answers your questions on this Friday edition of the Line of Fire. You’ve got questions, we’ve got answers! 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: Regardless of who ends up as president of the United States, Jesus is still Lord.

Hour 2:

Dr. Brown’s Bottom Line: No matter how far you’ve fallen, no matter what sins you’ve committed, Jesus paid for them all. Turn back and receive mercy.


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Other Resources:

Are the Things You Are Living For Worth Christ Dying For?

Dr. Brown Interviews Steve Hill About the Dangerous Avalanche of False Teaching

A Tribute to Steve Hill; Thoughts about the Christ at the Checkpoint Meetings; and Answers to Your Questions

  1. I would like to get some feedback on the movie The Young Messiah. Bernard Starr would be a great reviewer I thought this film was well done in areas, but did not do a good job on putting a Jewish identity in this film.

  2. Netanyahu’s conjecture, that the Muranos were faithful converts to Catholicism, is unique to his work, first of all, and the idea that they were persecuted for their race, as opposed to for subversive activities against the Church, like collaboration with the Moors, is rather outrageous, in my view, not to mention anachronistic. Racial hatred of any group was not prevalent in Europe, especially in Spain, which was a multi-ethnic society, until much later, and to tie the political concept of “racism” with Catholicism reflects an anti-Western bias, quite frankly. Anyone who wishes to read Netanyahu’s book, understanding that it comes from the socially and politically Zionist perspective, should also read up on the subject from a Catholic perspective, and there are many great defenses of the Church’s actions. Let’s also keep in mind that the Jews were not exterminated in Spain the way they were in Hitler’s Germany, and to say so is a calumny. We know that most of them were simply forced to leave the country.

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