A Christian Response to the Orlando Massacre

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Dr. Brown shares his thoughts on the many different aspects of the Islamic terror attack at the gay club in Orlando, also speaking with a staff member at FIRE School of Ministry who, in the past living a lesbian lifestyle. Pulse was a club she frequented and her group performed there and members of the group are still performing. Listen live here 2-4 pm EST, and call into the show at (866) 348 7884 with your questions and comments.


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Other Resources:

Jesus, Homosexuality, and the Death Penalty

Dr. Brown’s Debate with Gay Activist Wayne Besen (and A Call to Prayer)

Update on the Gay Protest at FIRE Church, Dr. Brown Reflects on God’s Grace and Answers Your Questions

  1. (I had to use that particular link–with some Islamic commentary which I don’t agree with–because the original video seems to have been taken down.)

  2. I continue to have issues with Christians who claim to have gay friends. To me this idea goes against scripture and the lies brought forth against Jesus. This is the scripture which comes to mind. Do not be bound together with unbelievers; for what partnership have righteousness and lawlessness, or what fellowship has light with darkness? Or what harmony has Christ with Belial, or what has a believer in common with an unbeliever?
    2 Corinthians 6:14‭-‬15 NASB

  3. “Do not be bound together with non believers ” doesn’t speak about friendship it speaks about marriage..primarily a believer getting married to someone who doesn’t believe as they do and having the same desire to plz God…

    This is Evident in the life of Jesus who was consistently with the people who were not considered in a high view of the Jewish religious leaders …he didn’t distance himself from them but drew near to them…and believe that they needed Him and the gospel more then the self righteous religious leaders of the day.

  4. Brannon, I have lots of gay friends. I work and respect many gay people. They are some of the most talented, hard-working, disciplined, loving, health-care providers I know. I love them.

    However, the community I keep close to my heart believes in Jesus, and they are mentors in my life. I have no idea if any of them may or may not struggle with gender identity issues. It doesn’t matter. Everyone has their sins to battle. They have chosen Jesus, so I am bound to them.

    Although it is hard at times, Jesus has asked us to spread His love in the darkness. The quality time I spend with my openly gay friends and peers is an opportunity to do just that. And they are watching…watching us as Believers. Just be like Jesus, and let yourself be transformed.

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