Dr. Michael Brown spends a day with the people of New York City and discusses the incredible accomplishments of Jewish people and their impact on society.
Think it Thru
Think It Thru
Dr. Brown presents a bold, balanced, revealing, sometimes humorous, and always thought provoking investigation of the history, interest and opinions of Jewish people worldwide.
Dr. Michael Brown dialogues with the people of New York City as he explores the causes of Anti Semitism.
Dr. Michael Brown recounts his Jewish youth, which included experimenting with drugs and rock n roll. He shares how he came to know Jesus as his personal savior.
Jews have been waiting for the coming of the Messiah for 2000 years. Dr. Michael Brown visits Crown Heights, a Jewish neighborhood in Brooklyn, NY. Many of the ultra Orthodox Jews believe that their grand rabbi, who died in 1994, is the Messiah.
It seems that the major religious faiths have little or nothing in common at all. Dr. Michael Brown travels to the Bible Belt of the United States to explore what people know of Judaism and its relationship to Christianity.
Why do you knowingly do wrong? Do you neglect to consider the possibly tragic consequences of your actions? Do some urges you have to indulge seem irresistible? Dr. Brown explores a formidable ancient weapon to fight the giants of temptation.
What do people following the primary religions of the world do to receive a clean slate with God following wrongful behavior? Find out when Dr. Michael Brown takes to the streets and even the river to obtain an answer.
What happens when the media goes into an uproar following a controversial celebrity comment about a religion? You get Dr. Michael Brown looking for truth and the people of New York City bringing some strong opinions.
Images made of wood, clay, paint, metal and stone have been crafted by man over time to present depictions of God. Were there God sightings which brought forth these images? Can anyone really see God? That’s a question for Dr. Brown.
New York is called "the city that never sleeps" and most people living there seem unwilling or unable to stop and rest for even a few hours. Yet thousands of New Yorkers are able to rest a whole day each week. How and why do they do it?
The Bible seems to be bloodier than an R-rated horror movie. Why is there such an emphasis on blood? Dr. Brown explores the Bible and bloodshed with New Yorkers and tourists in and around Washington Square Park.
Dr. Brown discusses "A People In Search of God" on this episode of Think it Thru
Dr. Michael Brown discusses an unlikely superstar on this episode of Think it Thru.
Dr. Michael Brown discusses a topic beyond science fiction on this episode of Think it Thru.
Does the Bible really describe an ominous end-time world ruler called the "antichrist," and is it possible he could be alive today? And while we're looking for this false messianic figure, is it possible to identify the real Messiah?
The ultimate problem is the problem of pain. Where is God when it hurts? How could a loving God allow so much suffering? Join us on a journey that takes us from the Holocaust to the cross.