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    October 5, 2012 | 7 Comments

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    Is there really scientific evidence that people are born gay? If I don’t believe in a pre-trib rapture, doesn’t that mean that all of will be killed by the Antichrist?  Did Martin Luther leave the Catholic Church because the Pope refused to allow him to marry? Is the Holy Spirit truly a distinct person within the Godhead? 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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    Dr. Brown’s Bottom Line: Rather than speculating what’s going to be happening at the end and the return of Jesus, let’s ask the question, “How should we be living today in light of His coming?”

     

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    7 Responses to “Dr. Brown Tackles Your Toughest E-Questions and Takes Your Calls”

    1. Dr Michael L Brown
      October 5th, 2012 @ 12:55 pm

      Some relevant links re: “born gay” (refuting the theory)

      http://narth.com/main-issues/born-that-way-theory/

      http://www.mygenes.co.nz/

    2. Marcus Dillon
      October 5th, 2012 @ 10:08 pm

      I’m going to call in one of these days and ask some questions about some statements Jesus made to His disciples. I have so many questions though.

    3. Ray
      October 5th, 2012 @ 10:39 pm

      It seems to me that the Spirit of God may very well be seen as a being at times, though I’ve never actually seen him that way. I trust that the Spirit of truth is something that will guide us and keep us in Christ Jesus. It will be with the Christian for eternity, will it not?

    4. David Roberts
      October 6th, 2012 @ 10:27 pm

      @Dr. Brown,

      about the question of every believer being martyred during the tribulation. One of the things I found the most comforting about the Islamic-endtimes-paradigm is that the AntiChrist will not rule the globe, but will only rule the ארץ־מלכותו, much like Biblical empires, from north Africa till Turkey till Afghanistan. So that Christians in Egypt and Iraq will die (they already are and my heart bleeds for them), but Christians outside of his kingdom will not be in danger the same way. One of Walid Shoebat’s most favourite things to point out is how the AntiChrist comes against the most strongest of fortresses, which logically would mean that the AntiChrist does not have the most strongest fortress, and concerning the AntiChrist the Bible says,

      “We raise against him seven shepherds, and eight principal men” Micah 5:5

      Essentially that it will be similar to WWII, with the allies and the axis, such that Jews within the kingdom of Hilter were killed, but Jews outside of his kingdom were safe, likewise in the future kingdom of the AntiChrist.

    5. David Roberts
      October 6th, 2012 @ 10:37 pm

      About the Apostles having wives, the Roman Catholic historian Eusebius reports:

      “Philip, one of the twelve apostles, who fell asleep in Hierapolis; and his two aged virgin daughters, and another daughter, who lived in the Holy Spirit and now rests at Ephesus.” Book V – Chapter XXIV

      Obvious Philip couldn’t have daughters without a wife. Since Catholics love Catholic sources, I just thought I’d add this. :)

    6. Ruth
      October 8th, 2012 @ 4:01 pm

      Thanks for that quote from Eusebius, David Roberts!

    7. Nicholas
      October 17th, 2012 @ 2:28 pm

      Ezekiel predicted blood sacrifices in the age to come. Yet we know that our Lord died once, for all, which leaves the issue somewhat unclear. Also, how might we interpret Malachi’s prophesy of the “Pure Offering,” which would appear on altars all over the world. The pre-Protestant Christian groups would understand these alleged discrepansies as references to the Eucharist. In fact, Dr. Brown actually makes reference to this in Vol. 2 of Jewish Objections. The ancient churches understand the Eucharist to be truly sacrificial and propitiatory, being the offering of the actual body of Christ, not merely a symbolic and spiritual commemoration, but an anamnesis in the truest sense–a living memorial, a representation of Calvary which appeases the Father. With all due respect to my Godly Evangelical friends, this is the only interpretation that can make sense, when we look at the whole of Scripture.

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