Michael Brown



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  • February 15, 2019

    Are Christian leaders more likely to commit sexual sin?

    Michael BrownThere are plenty of God-fearing, God-loving, men and women of integrity who practice what they preach when it comes to sexual morality. But the question remains: Why do so many fall?

  • February 06, 2019

    Evangelicals, Trump, abortion, and the State of the Union

    Michael BrownYou could sum up in one word why many evangelicals voted for Donald Trump: abortion. It is therefore highly significant that it was Trump who made what might well be the strongest pro-life statement ever in a State of the Union address.

  • January 25, 2019

    New York reveals its blood lust for baby killing

    Michael BrownToday, in New York, a perfectly viable baby of nine months, ready to be born at any minute, can be slaughtered by the will of the mother. That is blood lust. It is cruel. It is unwarranted. It is murderous. And New Yorkers smiled and cheered.

  • January 03, 2019

    Once again, the New York Times misunderstands, mocks evangelical Christians

    Michael BrownContrary to what "The Gray Lady" would have you believe, it's the radical left that is attacking democracy. Evangelicals, in fact, are trying to protect it.

  • December 18, 2018

    The spiritual and moral bankruptcy of 'progressive' Christianity

    Michael BrownI pray that someday they see the light, but zealous supporters of "gay Christianity" can have their "progressive" religion. I'll stick with the Jesus of the Bible – the Jesus who liberates and transforms, the Jesus who doesn't affirm us in our sin but delivers us out of it.

  • November 16, 2018

    Let's unite around Jesus, not divide over Trump

    Michael BrownAmerica is sinking. America is burning. America is suffering. We have the answer in the gospel. We have the answer in Jesus. And the world desperately needs what we have.

  • November 12, 2018

    Is it Nazi-like to be a nationalist?

    Michael BrownFrench President Macron argues that "nationalism" is a betrayal of patriotism. But when President Trump uses the term, he's saying no to a potentially dangerous globalism and yes to policies that put American interests first.

  • November 06, 2018

    Is the GOP the white supremacist, anti-Semitic party?

    Michael BrownIt's a proven strategy to call your Republican opponent a racist ... or a white supremacist ... or a fascist ... or an anti-Semite. But it's a sign of frustration and weakness.

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