According to the New Testament, should followers of Jesus view themselves as sinners or saints?
Dr. Brown explains the practical meaning of Numbers 32:23.
Dr. Brown focuses on Yom Kippur, the Day of Atonement, looking at the Bible, Jewish tradition, and key questions regarding forgiveness
How do we explain God’s command to Israel to exterminate the Canaanites?
Is the God of the New Testament the same as the God of the New Testament? Is one a Consuming Fire and the other a Compassionate Father?
Dr. Brown responds to Rabbi Yisroel Blumenthal’s latest video and sets the record straight, exposing the rabbis misrepresentations and errors.
In what ways is the New Covenant better than the Sinai Covenant? And are either of these covenants in total effect right now?
What did Jesus mean when He instructed not to “resist evil” but to “turn the other check” when someone slaps us in the face? And does this mean that all self-defense is wrong?
We sometimes hear the expression “praying through,” but what does this mean and how do we do it?
Is America specifically mentioned in the Bible? And when the Scriptures speak of “all nations” attacking Jerusalem, does that include America?
When do we agree to differ with one another as believers, and when do we brand something heresy?
Jesus taught us to love our enemies, yet other scriptures seem to point to what could be called a “holy hatred.” How do we reconcile these things?
Does the “mark of Cain” or the cursing of Canaan signify that some races are inferior to others?
On this video, Dr. Brown answers the question on whether speaking in tongues is a necessary sign for salvation and also explains where this concept comes from.
How sure can we be that the New Testament is reliable textually and historically?