Joe1 posted a comment · Jun 25, 2017
I totally get what you are saying. It's a mystery, however, how any knowledgeable Muslim can sincerely believe their religion is a religion of peace. Their prophet's LIFE (biography) should already serve as a big red light. The only explanation is that the faith of those Muslims you talk about is really a blind faith based on willful ignorance. They believe the Quran's message is a message of peace because that is what they want to believe. Well. Then ignorance is indeed bliss and an ignorant Muslim is at least a good Muslim.
truthforce posted a comment · Jun 15, 2017
I applaud this different perspective and the reality it opens. Good for you for showing the more truthful side of you, Dr. Brown. But if you do return to your rants against muslims and resume your hate propaganda, you will find a sound rebuke, including facts you have never allowed to be viewed by your audience regarding Israel and Palestinians. I have Israeli witness included in my arsenal, and information that most likely none of your viewers have heard, as probably they only learn from one type of perspective, and dont hear the whole story of different sides, preventing them from having the ability to discern for themselves analytically what the truth really is. Give me voice, and minds and hearts will change.
firstname.lastname@example.org posted a comment · Jun 08, 2017
As with just about any religion you could name, the majority of Muslims are probably peace loving, law-abiding individuals. Although I agree with Dr. Brown that both, radicals and peaceful Muslims, could find justification for their particular brand of Islam in their texts, the reality is that they are following a false religion which in the end will doom them. That to me is the real sad thing in all this. Regardless of how pious and peaceful a Muslim may be, he is still a lost soul that needs Jesus. What makes it all the more sad, is that many today are telling such individuals that they are okay simply because of their piety and their commitment to their faith. Our answer should be prayer and a renewed determination that we will seek to spread the message of the cross far and wide. Our fellow men need Jesus and it is up to us to show them the way to Him.