June 11, 2012 | 25 Comments
Dr. Brown discusses the differences between correction that is helpful and upbuilding, criticism that is destructive, and verbal persecution and attack for the faith. How do we respond to each?
Dr. Brown’s Bottom Line: Jesus said, “The servant is not above the master. The student is not above the disciple. If they persecuted me, they will persecute you. If they hated me, they will hate you. If the master of the house has been called Beelzebub, how much more the servants of his household.” It is our honor.
Dr. Brown’s Bottom Line: Jesus said to his disciples in the Beattitudes, in some of his very first teachings, “Blessed are those who are p
Thoughts on Evangelism and Persecution; and Should We Expect Increasing Persecution Here in America?
Cultural Apologetics with Frank Turek [MP3 CD]: How do we respond to the attack of atheism? How do we merge sound science with sound theology? How do we offer a biblical response to today’s pressing social issues when most of society has abandoned the authority of Scripture? This essential course, taught by a leading apologist, will strengthen your faith, answer your questions, and equip you for effective witness.