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    February 14, 2013 | 7 Comments

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    Before his debate with Dr. James White on predestination and election, Dr. Brown reviews Paul’s teaching on the election and calling of Israel, then gives updates on Israel and the Middle East and takes your Jewish questions. 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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    7 Responses to “Romans 9-11, the Election of Israel, Updates on Israel, and Your Jewish Questions”

    1. Eric
      February 14th, 2013 @ 12:35 pm

      Hello Dr. Brown,

      Are your debates (the one today and then the one on the 16th) going to be live streamed or recorded?

    2. Brent
      February 14th, 2013 @ 3:14 pm

      Dr. Brown

      You indicated a moment ago that “faith” is not a work. How about Jesus in John 6:28-29 and John 6:37? Clearly, Christ indicates that Faith is a work.

      What about Peter’s confession of faith in Matthew 16:16-17 where Christ declares that God gave him this faith?

      What about Ephesians 2:8 which indicates that faith itself is a gift of God?

    3. Dr Michael L Brown
      February 15th, 2013 @ 1:29 am

      Recorded.

    4. David Roberts
      February 15th, 2013 @ 4:22 am

      @Dr. Brown,

      I just want to say it’s really nice to be able to cheer you on, despite our disagreements about you know what, it’s awesome to be able to listen to you go for it and applaud you on masterfully tackle predestination and election.

      Every single time the totally depraved topic comes up I send my friends to your website to listen to your shows dealing with once saved always saved, hyper grace and your debates with calvanists.

      standing ovation

    5. Doug MacLean
      February 15th, 2013 @ 12:08 pm

      A caller mentioned a possible debate with R.C. Sproul. I agree with Dr. Brown that this would be a great learning experience.

    6. Dr Michael L Brown
      February 15th, 2013 @ 4:01 pm

      Thanks, David Roberts!

    7. David Roberts
      February 15th, 2013 @ 9:45 pm

      Regarding Aviva’s call and getting ‘require’ out of our minds.

      Micah 6:8

      Yes, I know it literally says ask, but I think it still conveys the same message.

      However, I just want to say I’m sensitive to the horror that can be done to a person’s faith when ‘requirements’ come up.

      Even outside of Messianic Torah Observant Synagogues, there are some ultra-strict Churches that have certain requirements of their members, where they end up totally lost and confused, feeling rejected and worthless to God.

      So though God’s standards are final and authoritative, there MUST always be grace and acceptance for a person to know that God works with them where they’re at, that they don’t have to be perfect overnight, but the Holy Spirit will guide them step by step, and that’s ok.

      Overly legalistic men should get out of the way and let the Holy Spirit do the work, instead of destroying people’s faith. God have mercy on people who totally rob others of their relationship of God. For the record, I’m trying to be more careful with how I bring up the Torah, I think seeing it as the goal which the Messiah achieved, and trying to follow his example, achieving that goal by the Holy Spirit is far more healthy than making people feel like they have to have it all together overnight or they are horrible sinners rejected by God.

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