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Friday Night

December 04, 2009

Dr. Michael Brown

Dr. Michael Brown served as a leader in the Brownsville Revival from 1996 - 2000, and birthed FIRE School of Ministry in 2001. He has preached throughout the United States and in more than 20 nations and has written 20 book on revival, holiness, radical discipleship, and Jewish-Christian issues, along with scholarly works in Old Testament and Hebrew studies. He is generally considered to be the foremost expert in Jewish apologetics and has debated leading rabbis on college campuses, radio and TV. He is the host of the new Jewish outreach TV show, Think It Thru, and the host of the live, daily syndication radio show, Line of Fire. His most recent books include a commentary on Jeremiah for the new edition of the Expositor's Bible Commentary; the acclaimed series Answering Jewish Objections to Jesus (five volumes); and What Do Jewish People Think About Jesus: And Other Questions Christians Ask About Jewish Practice, History, and Belief. His scholarly articles have been published in leading journals as well as in the Oxford Dictionary of Jewish Religion, the Theological Dictionary of the Old Testament, and the New International Dictionary of Old Testament Theology and Exegesis. Dr. Brown has devoted his life to helping raise up and equip an army of holy radicals who will spark a spiritual and moral revolution in this generation. His 5,000 word Jesus Manifesto, along with his more full study, Revolution! The Call to Holy War, are widely used as foundational documents for this new Jesus Revolution, and he is the Director of the Charlotte-based Coalition of Conscience. Dr. Brown has also served as a visiting or adjunct professor at Trinity Evangelical Divinity School, Fuller Theological Seminary, School of World Mission, Regent University School of Divinity, The King's Seminary, and Denver Theological Seminary.