Donald Trump, The National Enquirer President — A Divine Judgment on America?

By Michael Brown Published on May 3, 2016

It is altogether fitting that Donald Trump became the all-but-certain presidential nominee of the Republican Party on the same day that he cited the ridiculous allegations of the National Enquirer that Ted Cruz’s father, Rafael, was involved in the assassination of JFK.

This is not so much an indictment of Trump as it is an indictment of the American people. God could well be giving us exactly what we deserve.

After all, we are the generation raised on a steady diet of amoral and immoral reality TV, also feasting on shows like Jerry Springer and Howard Stern and regurgitating meaningless sound bites as though they were pearls of wisdom.

No wonder, then, that Donald J. Trump appeals to so many Americans. He is a National Enquirer candidate for a Jerry Springer generation. What a match!

Of course, there are fine people who also believe in Trump’s candidacy, people of conscience, spiritual people, patriotic people. I certainly do not condemn all of their judgments, nor is it my place to do so.

I have also listened carefully to the prognosticators who have predicted for months that Trump would be our next president — some even claimed prophetic inspiration for these predictions — and that he would be a tool in God’s hand to destroy the corrupt political establishment and do good to our nation.

Go Ahead Then

I fervently hope that these prophecies will prove true and that I will have to eat every word I have written — and I am writing.

I have no desire to be right; I do have an intense desire to see America blessed; and I would far rather say, “I was so wrong about Donald Trump,” than say, “I told you so!”

That being said, it appears today in America that God has given us over to delusion, a phenomenon mentioned several times in the Bible when God takes away a people’s moral and spiritual sensibilities as a judgment on their sin. In other words, because people reject Him and His standards, He says, “Go ahead then. Have at it,” further pushing us into our folly.

That seems to be the only way to explain how we are suddenly at the point in America where people are saying there’s nothing wrong with grown men using women’s locker rooms and bathrooms and where states like California have ruled that boys who identify as girls can play on the girls’ sports teams and share their shower stalls and changing areas.

This is cultural insanity, yet many are too blind to see.

How else do we explain college students telling a young Caucasian man that if he identifies as a woman, he is; if he identifies as Chinese, he is; if he identifies as a 7-year-old, he is — but if he identifies as 6’ 5” he is not — how else do we explain this unless we have been given over to a spirit of delusion?

I see the Trump candidacy in the same way. Tens of millions of Americans are not put off by his blatant, well-documented lying. Tens of millions of Americans are not put off by his consistent practice of vile character assassination for the purpose of political gain. Tens of millions of Americans are not put off by his vulgarity and profanity. Tens of millions of Americans are not put off by his ignorance of critical issues and his complete flip-flopping on major positions.

A Significant Percentage

And among these tens of millions of Americans is a significant percentage of professing evangelical Christians, despite Trump saying he has never asked God for forgiveness, despite his failure to renounce his previous adulteries or to acknowledge the wrongness of making money off casinos and strip clubs, despite his taking offense at the distribution of the near nude photo of his wife Melania — not because he thought it was a bad picture but because it was made out to be bad.

And evangelicals continue to flock to him.

How do we explain this?

Trump is obviously a brilliant salesman and promoter, a master of the media. And he has masterfully appealed to American fears and anger — fears of terrorism, fears of economic collapse, anger with the political system, anger with American weakness — to the point that his supporters are looking to him as a quasi-savior figure. Only he can get the job done!

But in almost any other time in American history, Trump’s negatives would have so outweighed his positives that he would have quickly disqualified himself as a candidate.

Not today.

Instead, we find ourselves with the increasingly likely possibility that either Donald Trump or Hillary Clinton will be our next president, and to me, there is only one satisfactory explanation for this: God is giving us what we deserve and handing us over to judgment.

All the more, then, should we be on our faces, repenting of our own sins. All the more, then, should we be asking ourselves, “How much is Donald Trump a reflection of each one of us?” All the more, then, should we who profess to know the Lord be asking Him, “How have we failed as Your people? How have we failed in our calling to be salt and light? How did things sink so low on our watch?”

All the more, then, should we be praying for Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton.

Barring merciful divine intervention in their lives, America is on the verge of a great and fearful shaking.

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  • Terry Mather

    I totally agree.

  • John Dunne

    Amen. I am in the same boat as the caller Denise was on Friday’s show (About 18 minutes into the show). I cannot in good conscience vote for either Hillary or Trump.

    • jls

      I agree…and yet, to not vote for Trump, IS a vote for Hillary. It’s come down to “the lesser of two evils!” Who will do the most damage? We’ve already seen and know what Hillary will do with the Supreme Court that makes vital decisions for America and all the issues that they’ve taken away from THE PEOPLE, (ex. re. Gay Marriage)..and another one coming up will be support for Planned Parenthood. These votes will mean THE PEOPLE will lose more freedoms (gun rights, land rights) that we know Hillary is already taking a stand for. At least, Trump “says” he supports gun rights and other issues. Hillary (and hers) is salivating to get rid of our rights and will be a continuation of Obama. She also is in favor of taking in more refugees. So, it’s time to prayerfully think about this.

      • Sue Long

        Voting for the “lesser of two evils” is still voting for evil.

  • Don Hogue

    Nail on the head. I receive your admonition.Forgive us oh Lord, forgive me.

  • Rochelle Odom

    ‘Such a sad, and sudden ending! My emotions are spent! But, I trust God, and we, just, HAVE to keep doing that–along with praying for a, thoroughly, Christian revival in this country. For, without Revival, we’re ‘gonna keep having elections like this one!

    • Dean Bruckner

      Amen!

  • Jason Tinajero

    Its scarey to not know what’s to come but I’m just thankful my hope and faith is in someone greater unfortunately the Bible has predicted a lot of things that is going to come and it seems that we are closer than ever it makes me not want to vote for anybody because it’s going to happen anyway I just need to make sure that I’m right by God

  • Paul Stephen Daniels

    2 Chronicles 7:14

    “If My people who are called by My name will humble themselves, and pray, and seek My face, and turn from their wicked ways, then I will hear from heaven, and will forgive their sin and heal their land.”

  • Paul Mc Donald

    the trumpet has sounded be warned terrorists everywhere gods wath is coming the Donald pray for him fear not . for gods hand is on him
    the trumpets will sound across the world

  • Shaun D.

    Judgement started with OBAMA….not Trump.

    Though I don’t disagree with you about Trump, APPEARANCES say Trump is the man for the job.

    An interesting note from God’s word is…..

    James 2:6 KJV
    But ye have despised the poor. Do not rich men oppress you, and draw you before the judgment seats?

    Although this one comes to mind as well……

    Luke 16:8 KJV
    And the lord commended the unjust steward, because he had done wisely: for the children of this world are in their generation wiser than the children of light.

    Judgement started with OBAMA…..

    • Az1seeit

      This was my thought as well, Shaun D: we cannot ignore Obama and his corruption. Dr. Brown is spot on though as to why Trump is so popular; we now have a nation of voters who can’t tell the difference between real life and reality TV. While the GOP establishment deserves their Trump for every time they spat in the Tea Party voters faces and did nothing with the landslide victories we gave them, it is the relentless dumbing down of our nation through entertainment media and the coarsened discourse of social media that has put Trump where he is at the moment. It is so ugly out there now, I was relieved for Cruz…a truly decent man…that he would no longer be subject to the filth out there passing for political discourse. Go in peace, Ted. I wish we could.

    • Michael Hampton

      I don’t know if you know this, but the word “homosexual” wasn’t added to the Bible until 1949.

      • Alex

        It was clear before 1949 as well. Romans 1:26-27 makes it clear that homosexuality is what is being discussed: “women exchanged natural relations for those that are contrary to nature; and the men likewise gave up natural relations with women and were consumed with passion for one another, men committing shameless acts with men”

        The only reason the word “homosexual” was not seen in Bibles prior to 1949 is because the word didn’t exist until 1892. Logically, a word would have to exist and become common vernacular before being used for translation.

        It was understood in ancient Israel and it has been understood throughout Christian history that homosexuality is condemned in the Torah/Bible.

        • Michael Hampton

          I disagree. The ancient hebrew word that was used described rape of a young child by an older man. It wasn’t the idea of a homosexual relationship. It’s quite clear if you study the original texts.

          In the 50’s, the church needed a new scapegoat because they couldn’t demonize Italians or the Irish, Chinese or blacks anymore. Gays were thought to be an easy target because they wouldn’t fight back because of their ingrained shame. It’s kind of the whole reason our movement became about pride.

  • Benny Ehud

    I think you are wrong, Dr. Brown. America was doomed from the start. It should have never existed. It’s a stolen land. America was always going to have to deal with a reckoning.

    • Dean Bruckner

      Maybe so. But maybe the pagan tribes of North America were under God’s judgment then too.

      • Benny Ehud

        Maybe.

      • Daryl Kelly

        Interesting take Dean. That never really crossed my mind but very well could be the case.

    • DV Vaughan

      Give me a break. Every land outside of Mesopotamia is a quote-unquote stolen land.

      • Benny Ehud

        I don’t know that. Yet, you all always say that LOL You all ALWAYS say that. I don’t know that Asia hasn’t always been Asian. I don’t know that Africa hasn’t always been black LOL But you people ALWAYS say that.

        Europeans took land from non-European people. Land that they knew didn’t belong to them.

        • DV Vaughan

          Yes because everything is the Europeans’ fault…right? That’s the point you’re making with your “I don’t know ___ , but Europeans ___.” So really, you’re just a racist. I say that because you hint that you’re ignorant of all history, save what you perceive as euro-barbarism. Yeah…you people…

          • Benny Ehud

            I don’t know about everything. I know the land known as America doesn’t belong to Europeans. There was ALWAYS a day of reckoning coming.

            I am not ignorant of history. You all just say things. Asia has always be inhabited by Asian, as for a I can tell. I don’t care about Asians fighting with other Asians over borders. I don’t care about Arabs fighting with other Arabs over borders. I don’t care about Africans fighting with Africans over borders. I don’t care about Europeans fighting with Europeans over borders. The same goes for Native Americans. However, when you jump in boats and cross a wide ocean to take land from others that you KNOW isn’t yours, there’s something completely sinister about that. And there has to be a day of reckoning. It just does.

          • DV Vaughan

            There will be a day of reckoning. But not because of an invasion by a foreign hoard. The invasion might BE the reckoning, just like how Israel was invaded in OT times. Kingdoms & empires rise and fall for a multitude of reasons. Just quit the modern leftist narrative that it’s all the white man’s fault. Native American Indians traded in African slaves, and African chiefs sold conquered tribes to dealers of many colors. Im over the vilification of euro people. Nobody is innocent, and not all are guilty. That’s all.

          • Benny Ehud

            I didn’t say it was all the white man’s fault LOL I said a day of reckoning was coming. Just like Israel was invaded in OT times; those nations who invaded had their comeuppance. A nation can be used to punish another nation; however, that doesn’t mean the nation who is used to punish won’t be punished, as well.

            It’s not about who sold slavery or anything. It’s about whose land was taken. Africans had slaves. But Africa belongs to Africans. I never said Europe should be taken from Europeans b/c Europeans owned slaves.

            I’m not saying that Europeans are evil. I am saying that what I know of history is that land is eventually given back. The Persians eventually lost their empire. The land wasn’t really theirs. That doesn’t mean H-shem didn’t use Persians to punish nations. But He seems to give land back. Rome had to give land back. The Greek empire had to give land back. Great Briton had to give land back. The Mongols had to give land back. All I am saying is that the land is not European land. It probably has to eventually be given back. That’s all I am saying. I am not blaming Europeans for everything.

          • DV Vaughan

            Fair enough…I still disagree, but I’ve explained why and it is what it is.
            Although since I’m 25% [registered] Creek and the rest is Welsh and Swede…can I keep my place lol?

          • Benny Ehud

            I don’t know. I am not Native American LOL

          • Jeff Ludwig

            It doesn’t “have to be given back.” Where did you get this idea? Is there some cosmic law of restitution? Jewish property was taken by Germany. Will it be given back? who will get it “back”? Please sir or madam duvest yourself of imaginary “principles.”

          • Benny Ehud

            Land is not possessions.
            History has shown that land stolen is not kept in perpetuity. History has shown this.

          • Jeff Ludwig

            Different people have lived on different lands at different time. There is no principle of restoration at work. African tribes have lived on lands now occupied by other African tribes. There have been massive shifts of power and populations in Asia as well…invasions and fights between different language groups in China, India, what is today Pakistan, etc. Your geography is thus incorrect plus you have made the false narrative into a moral passion play where the bad guys (whomever you have designated as bad guys) eventually return the land to its rightful owner(s). Thus, happy ending time. Mr. Ehud, you need to hit the books. Study about migrations, conflicts, usurpations, and the ebb and flow of empires throughout history. The Arabs took lands from the Europeans, but had to give back many (not all) of them. What about the lands they took from various No. African peoples as they marched Westward from Saudi Arabia? Have they given back any of those lands. Please sir, burn some midnight oil, read the relevant history instead of hypothesizing from some moral position that you created in your own mind. And pull yourself together.

          • Benny Ehud

            What did I say? I said I don’t care about Europeans fighting over European borders. I don’t care about Africans fighting over African borders. I don’t care about Asians fighting over Asian borders. That’s understandable. However, one does jump on a boat and cross an ocean to take over someone else’s land. Rome doesn’t get to push all the way into the middle east to get land. The same goes with Greeks. That’s utter invasion.

            As I stated, if you look over history, ALL empires have given up land LOL Since you are going to claim no one knows history. Rome, the Greeks, the British, The Mongrols, Persians all one large swaths of land that wasn’t theirs. They eventually lost it. That seems to be the natural order of things. And I don’t know that the Arabs took land from Africans. Do you know if people inhabited Northern Africa?

            I don’t need to pull myself together LOL You all seem to be the delusional ones. Do you really think this many different races and ethnic groups can live together for long periods like the U.S. is being asked to do? LOL Human nature ALWAYS takes over.

          • Jeff Ludwig

            haven’t people always traveled and migrated? what’s your beef?

  • Daddy50

    Don is a master manipulator and charlatan. He is Ahab and Hillary is Jezebel.

  • Nelson Banuchi

    You said, “…we find ourselves with the increasingly likely possibility that either Donald Trump or Hillary Clinton will be our next president, and to me, there is only one satisfactory explanation for this: God is giving us what we deserve and handing us over to judgment.”

    I think you forgot to add Bernie Sanders to that list…

    • Daryl Kelly

      Yep, him too.

  • Kathy Verbiest Baldock

    Well GOP, since 1978 you have motivated your voters to the booths with fear filled rhetoric and demonizing of others (LGBTs, immigrants, equality for women) or threats of losing things (guns, control of women’s bodies, religious liberties).

    You created the NEED for an uber-Savior and you not only manufactured him, you have him as the head of the party.

    You made him and then you could never again reel him in or make people feel safe.

    And Brown has participated in the fear-mongering and contributed to the “need” for Trump. Perhaps the “divine judgement” is on the likes of those who pedal fear as a manipulative tool. Brown included.

    Trumps rise to power — absolutely amazing, yet thoroughly understandable.

    • jls

      It is wise to fear what you SHOULD fear. Understanding it does not make the consequences any less serious as we’ve all learned after the last two elections.

    • dirk1212

      Perhaps you are correct about the “fear filled rhetoric.” However, I’m curious to see this “demonization” from major players in the GOP. If you could enlighten me, that would be great. However, more often than not, the positions of the GOP are overinflated and poorly represented by the media.

      I’m well aware blaming it on the media has been a fantastic cop-out for many GOP advocates as of late, but there is a core of truth to the issue.

      For example, the issue of abortion to most liberals and Democrats centers around the right of a woman to do what she pleases with her body. To them, it is an issue of women’s rights (an honorable thing!)

      However, to conservatives and most Republicans, the issue of abortion centers around the human nature of what the woman is carrying. For if what she carries is indeed a human being, then abortion is in fact murder. Thus, to them, it is an issue of human rights.

      The conflict between these two positions ought to be fought in the realm of ethics, but instead poor information is distributed to both sides, straw man arguments are crafted, ad hominems are locked and loaded, and debate accomplishes nothing.

      To that end, I would say this: if you really want to seek truth, I’d advise against making generalizations that have little evidence to support them.

      But by the same token, I must admit that the GOP did dig its own grave with Donald Trump. The general spirit of anger and willingness to depart from facts and chase empty Trump brand rhetoric earned us what we’ve got: an awful candidate.

      • Kathy Verbiest Baldock

        I wrote a book, easily findable on Amazon — Chapters 5 and 6 substantiate my beliefs and a very well constructed bibliography for each chapter, available online, also easily findable.

        Brown fell into lockstep with the movement and now he is surprised and calling it God’s judgment on others, while, true to form, not seeing his own complicity.

        • dirk1212

          I’ll certainly check it out. Thanks for responding!

      • Michael Hampton

        I have to say that the republican platform of xenophobia negates their “love of all life” argument regarding abortion. If they truly loved all life, then why wouldn’t that extend to the refugees fleeing Syria?

        • dirk1212

          There is no “republican platform of xenophobia.” Nowhere in the Republican platform does it say to irrationally dislike or fear people from different countries.

          Moreover, the analogy you have drawn is faulty. Refugees and unborn children are both equally alive and therefore valuable, yet one group can defend itself to some degree while the other cannot in the slightest. Also, the group of refugees may contain a handful of people who would wish to do people great harm while the unborn child is simply trying to come into the world on its own and poses no real threat to the well being of those around it. Additionally, refusing asylum does not explicitly sentence the refugees to death. With abortion, however, the child is murdered. The two issues could not be more different, should be handled in different ways, and thus the answer to one cannot negate the other.

          Do I think that the Syrian refugees are all potential terror cells? Absolutely not. In fact, I’m a Republican who is in favor of housing these people simply because they need help. Are there risks involved? Yes. However, I can’t think of many times in the Bible where Jesus helping someone didn’t put him at risk.

          • Michael Hampton

            A fetus may grow up to be another Hitler. Or another Jim Jones. So your argument doesn’t hold salt. For you to say that one group of children should returned to their country of origin where they face certain death, while saying that women should be forced under penalty of law to carry unwanted pregnancies to term in order to “protect” unborn children because some of the refugees might be terrorists is flawed logic. It’s hypocritical at best.

            The republican platform is about refusing refugees and building a wall to keep only Mexican illegal immigrants out. They are also playing on anti-Latino prejudice in order to get people to vote for them by pushing stereotypes and flat out calling them rapists. That is xenophobia by definition. Again, you are saying that no mercy should be shown to any of these poor people fleeing their homeland with nothing but the clothes on their backs because there might be a few criminals in the bunch. There are criminals everywhere. They are going to commit their crime one way or another.

            And if you are saying that abortion is murder, the penalty for premeditated murder in all 50 states is either life in prison or death. Do you really want a teenage girl to be in prison for the rest of her life because the condom broke? I think abortions are awful and I don’t think that women who get them are taking the decision lightly. I just find that the issue isn’t mine to decide. And Roe v Wade has worked for decades since the abortion rate has steadily declined. It means that this shouldn’t still be an issue.

          • dirk1212

            I think you missed my point or didn’t read all the way to the end of my post. I said we should accept the refugees. My point was that your initial comparison of abortion and the refugee crisis is like comparing apples to oranges. The situations are just too different to say, “Since we seek to protect life by opposing abortion, we then must accept the refugees.” The logic doesn’t follow. It equates prohibiting murder with providing asylum. There are good reasons to oppose abortion and good reasons to accept refugees, but they are different reasons. I apologize if I was unclear.

            As for your question regarding a life sentence for a young pregnant girl, in light of the current law in the United States she should not be punished. However, if that law were to change and abortion were outlawed, then yes, there ought to be some punishment (I’m not sure what it ought to be). That’s how laws work.

            I find that the abortion debate spins in circles because the pro-choice side doesn’t quite understand what the pro-life argument entails. If the “fetus” is in fact an unborn human child, then aborting it is murder. Life takes precedence over convenience. There are many options out there for women with unwanted pregnancies; abortion is not the only solution, nor is it the best.

          • Michael Hampton

            I understand where you are coming from, but I do see the arguments as similar. If you claim to be “pro-life” then you should be supporting the saving of all life. Even the people you don’t really care for. And I understand that YOU personally are for allowing refugees into our country, but the GOP is not. They are using the refugees as scapegoats and lumping them in with “illegal immigrants” which is why my original claim of xenophobia is apt.

            And how can you not be sure what that punishment should be? The punishment for murder, which was the word you used, is either death or life in prison. There isn’t a choice.

          • dirk1212

            The GOP isn’t perfect. There is a lot about it I don’t like. However, of the two parties, it aligns most closely with what I believe.

            Xenophobia is irrational fear of people from different countries. The GOP does have reasons for its position on the refugees and illegal immigration, so it isn’t irrational. Are the reasons good? Maybe not. If you ask me, they aren’t good enough. But they’re not irrational.

            But at the end of the day, our positions aren’t that far apart. Thank you for this discussion. It’s always nice to hear the other side of things and you’ve given me a lot to think about.

          • Michael Hampton

            I understand. I just feel that using lies and misinformation to demonize a group of people from foreign countries is a huge demonstration of their irrational fears.

            And I do appreciate the candor of this conversation. Have a great weekend.

  • J.J.

    Trump talked jobs.
    Cruz talked potty patrols/monitors.

    • Martha Cortez

      You are delusional. Trump started the bullshit. Ted was sticking to the issues until T rump called him a liar and started attacking his family. #NeverTrump #WriteInCruz

  • Dean Bruckner

    Amen. My thoughts exactly. And President Obama announced he will be making a national monument of the Stonewall building in NYC on the same day.

  • Dean Bruckner

    “How did things sink so low on our watch?”

    We are at the middle-of-Manasseh’s-reign stage of corruption in America. We are reaping the consequences of 150 years of corruption and rebellion as well as that sponsored by our own generations.

    Ted’s suspension of his campaign merely recognized God’s judgment tolling through Indiana.

    • Kos

      Its the churches fault that the book of Revelation is coming to pass.

  • John Bialoglow

    What a sad commentary on Christianity when this ministry backs the best Christian candidate whose dominant characteristic is that he is a liar (Lyin’ Ted) and has the reputation for running the dirtiest campaign–and we lament over what the spiritually dead do!

  • Xrucianus

    Thank you for the Biblically astute article Dr. Brown.
    It’s May 4th, & Trump is polling at 45% in the U.S. and for the most part, the evangelical church has offered almost zero resistance to his ascent…
    I’m more concerned about PRAYING for the Church in our nation than I am about VOTING for the next president of our nation.
    Romans 1:28-32 here we are.

  • Donna Diorio

    The people clamored for a king so they could be like the other nations, God gave them Saul but they would have to suffer the ‘buyer’s remorse’ of a man not meant to lead the people of God as God willed. Many are saying that Trump is God’s will for America, but I see it as God letting the Right Wing of America come into the understanding that they could be just as desperately wrong as the Left Wing has proven itself to me. I believe that those who know better than to support a man like Trump for President are now appointed to stand in the gap for all the people who chose him despite the abundant warning signs that he is not anywhere near a godly character or temperament – not to lead the USA out of danger anointed by God for the presidency. The prayer mandate going forward is that in the suffering to come of the consequences of our choices, believers in the United States will acknowledge their failure to God, repent and return to the paths of righteousness – not just lip service to God’s ways but letting His standards be our standards. Christians through the centuries have always suffered national failures when they joined the unsaved in belief that the means are justified by the ends.

    • Cowboy

      Very good comment – and I believe right on the target. An interesting comparison to Saul, but probably spot on.

  • BidensHairPlug

    Funny…wonder how many of you in here pulled that lever for the Mormon cultist heretic, or the seance-laden Ronnie. Grow up. Win the White House and stop the leftists. You’ve already been freed from the shackles of the mind-police and the PC crowd…get in the fight and take your country back you pearl-clutching crybabies….before it’s too late. SURELY didn’t hear this much depression when the great Obama took the WH…TWICE.

  • JD

    You are too old and experienced to be so delusional. What happened to you Dr. Brown? I used to think of you as rational and intelligent.
    Trump is divine judgment? Then what were all the agnostics, womanizers or drunkards who were elected in the past?
    As for the ridiculous rhetoric exchanged between Cruz and Trump, it is called politics as usual. Do your homework and stop insulting your intelligence.

  • Braden_Campbell

    “Every country has the government it deserves.”
    – Joseph de Maistre

  • Kitz&Pupz

    Without a doubt, Michael Brown, you have spoken all of my own thoughts and despair. Yes, this is what America has come to, and it is absolutely shameful.

    • vorpal

      Awesome. It is absolutely awesome.
      Christianity is on a rapid decline and the statement, “As a Christian,” is rightfully no longer acknowledged as a point of respect.
      And the victims of Christianity are gaining in rights, protections, political power, and media attention.
      It’s a good time to be alive. I will savour every minute of watching Christians trash what little remains of their own reputation again and again and again.

      • Kitz&Pupz

        You should hope to never die then, vorpal. Because your judgment is sure and swift once you close your eyes for the last time. Repent and believe.

        • vorpal

          A Christian threatening an atheist with h3ll is like a hippie threatening to punch you in the aura.
          Laughable.

          • Kitz&Pupz

            You will not be laughing then vorpal.

          • vorpal

            You’re right that I won’t…
            …because I’ll be dead, and hence incapable of laughter.
            Stop shoving your vile and idiotic lifestyle onto me. I don’t want any part of it.

  • Don Hogue

    For the heart of this people has become dull, their ears can barely hear, and they have shut their eyes. Otherwise they might see with their eyes, hear with their ears, and understand with their hearts. Then they would turn back, and I would heal them.’ Matthew 13:15 TLV

  • Earl Baker

    Gave a lesson on Jeremiah 18 this last Sunday…. This was exactly what I tried to present. I’ll be printing and sharing this with our class.

  • Bastet’sMom

    Conservatives want you NOT to notice that the economy is way up, the deficit is way down, unemployment claims are at a 42 year low, and Obama has unprecedented world approval. The vast majority of Americans are absolutely certain – thanks to deceptive Republican rhetoric and Fox News – that the deficit has soared in the Obama era, while in fact it has shrunk to less than 2.5% of GDP, lowest in years. Fox and right wing radio has almost destroyed this nation with misinformation.

    • Tom Peers

      “The deficit is way down?” Now for reality: National debt when Obama took office: 10.6 trillion. It’s over 19 now and most likely will be 20 trillion when he leaves office.

    • Care to also comment on unfunded liabilities? If you present value back the total of unfunded liabilities for the next 40 years it’s around $200 trillion. Yes, $200 TRILLION! Facts are stubborn things, you know? The economy has grown at the slowest rate over the last eight years in history. We need change, and it’s not HC, she’s more of the same. I am not a Trump fan, but when the cards are dealt you have to play what is before you. To me sitting out is not an option. That’s no different than voting for Hillary. It’s like being a pacifist in the time of war. You have to choose to fight, no matter how un unpleasant it may seem. I will vote for Trump, because the alternative is Hillary Clinton, which is unquestionably worse than Trump.

    • vorpal

      Obama <3.

  • David cawrowl

    You are underestimating how pitifully bland and milque-toast Cruz and the rest were compared to Trump who at least presented new ideas backed by gumption.

  • NewWest 123

    Just watch all those cultists start switching their support to Hillary… How can anyone say they will vote for the lesser of two evils when Chump and Hillary are Exactly the same! As I write this I just heard that K-sick is suspending his campaign. He succeeded in helping the con man get Cruz out so now he is out! Thanks K-sick and the RNC and the media and ALL the slimy policitians for giving us Trump! I will not vote ! Period! I will however take my donations for Cruz and move them to Mike Lee and anyone else Cruz recommends! Scott Walker, Mark Levin, Glenn Beck, Carly Fiorina…. Thankyou… The rest can screw off…. They are dead to me!

    • vorpal

      Trump and Hillary are exactly the same?
      Uhhhh, no.

  • Raisinhead

    Gender identity and race and age are different. I’m not sure whther Michael Brown is being deliberately obtuse or not. Gender dysmoprhia is easily verifiable and well researched and studied. Why is he conflating age and race with it?

    Wrong.

    Everyone can see that Trump supporters are from a certain background making them much more likely to be CHristians.

    It is “God-fearing” Christians who have voted him their candidate. In other words, this is not God’s judgment on those who truly understand gender identity. It is his judgment on Christians.

    Cinton will be elected and things will go on pretty much as normal, like they have ever since minorities began to win equal rights.

    • Robo Rubio

      Reince Priebus said that all Republicans must unite behind Trump All those Repubs running for office in blue states should heed Priebus:
      They must unite behind a crooked university, and unite behind what Cruz brought up about The Donald being on Howard Stern’s show where The Donald gloried in his peccadillos. And yet this makes The Donald a self-enabler, but yet The Donald blames the woman (Hillary) for supposedly enabling her husband’s (Bill’s) peccadillos! But This is The Donald’s stamina as on Stern’s show!
      All Republicans must also unite behind The Donald’s bullying, fits of rage playing of the “Man Card.” If The Donald didn’t have the “man card” he wouldn’t get 5% of the vote, and they must unite behind The Donald saying that you gotta treat women like #$%@ (as reported by Politico and many news outlets) and must unite behind The Donald saying that “they’re rapists” when he had ample time when announcing his intention to run to say “some of them (illegals) are.”
      All Repubs must also unite behind The Donald saying that women must be punished for having abortions, when he had ample time when asked by Chris Matthews to say exactly where he stood on this. But when asked about the man The Donald did not say they should be punished. Have no men never driven women to an abortion facility provider, but The Donald again goes after women. He seems to have a problem, a big one…
      And don’t forget, Repubs, to unite behind The Donald not releasing years of his tax returns when the IRS has said they have no problem with him releasing them.
      The Donald has poor judgment. he should not even be allowed to run…

  • bryan

    Even if being trans was a delusion, which it is not, it would still be way more of a delusion to believe that a god exists.

    • TruthBeliever

      Bryan, so you’re an atheist? What the heck are you doing on THIS forum? Go away, troll.

      • M Jackson

        It’s interesting to hear what a shameful bigot like Michael Brown has to say. The god he imagines should strike him down.

        • Alex

          I wouldn’t call Brown a Bigot, I’ve listened to his radio show and read some of his other writings. He has a genuine scriptural concern for peoples souls. I have never heard him disparage any guest or call-in on his show. He disagrees with people but he disagrees with humility and respect.
          A true example of a Bigot would be TruthBeliever who, as a person claiming to be a Christian, should be encouraging dialogue instead of trying to bully oppositional views away.

    • Shaun D.

      “Trans” is homosexual.

      Born a male you die a male.

      All homosexual/lesbian/bisexuality is “worthy of death” and an “abomination” unto almighty creator God in Heaven, (Leviticus 18:22, 20:13, Romans 1:24-32, Genesis 19).

      • vorpal

        Wait, what? Trans is not homosexual. I am a gay man, and I fully identify as a man.

        Lots of trans people are attracted to the s3x opposite their biological s3x.

        Being gay and being trans are two entirely distinct experiences.

        • Shaun D.

          You’re an idiot and a liar.

          Trannyfreakists are GAY.

          • vorpal

            Someone who is transgender identifies with the gender opposite that of their birth s3x.
            Someone who is gay is exclusively attracted to members of the same s3x.
            It’s not exactly difficult to see the difference.

            As a gay man, I have ZERO desire to be a woman. I was born a man, and I fully identify as a man. I love being a dude.
            Clearer?

          • Shaun D.

            You’re a lost sinner headed for the lake of fire. Believe on Jesus Christ and repent of all your wickedness and sins. For worth God nothing shall be impossible.

          • vorpal

            Your threats could not be more utterly boring and childish.
            By all means, live by your fairly tales, but stop subjecting the rest of us to your embarrassingly absurd nonsense. I can assure you that I’m about as scared of your evil god as I am of the Tooth Fairy.

          • Shaun D.

            Go get some AIDS freak

          • vorpal

            Yup, there’s that transformative power of Jesus right there, wishing illness on a fellow human.
            This is why less and less people are taking you and your fairy tales seriously.
            I have no intention of getting HIV or AIDS: I’ve been monogamously married to my husband for almost 12 years now.

          • Alex

            Speaking as a Christian, Shaun D. is despicable and should be genuinely worried about his own salvation, since, you know, he apparently hasn’t even read a Bible. It is true that the Bible condemns Homosexual practices, but it condemns malice, haughtiness, pride, and contempt just as harshly if not more so. So, on behalf of true Christians everywhere, I’d like to apologize Vorpal for Shauny’s poor showing as a human being. I may disagree with you, but that doesn’t mean we can’t be civil. Jesus loves you and I love you, man.
            Shaun, go read a bible and think about what you’ve done.

        • Shaun D.

          Hahaha Don’t expect anyone to take you seriously. You can’t even use you’re own God given genitalia correctly! LMBO

          • vorpal

            I use my genitalia – which nobody “gave” me but which is simply a part of my body – in the way that I choose to, and I’m quite happy with the rich and rewarding s3x life that my amazing husband and I share. Whether or not you take me seriously couldn’t be less relevant to me.

            The fact that you think I use my genitalia incorrectly, however, doesn’t invalidate the basic fact that you have a fundamental misunderstanding as to the differences between being transgender and being gay, and your attack on me was just silly and uncalled for.

            Your grammar is frightfully bad. Perhaps you should consider dedicating yourself to something actually useful, like basic study of the English language, instead of parading around feeling unjustifiably superior to others in your willful ignorance.

            But why should I expect anyone to take me seriously, since apparently my p3nis it too complicated for me to figure out how to use correctly? Good thing that I managed to figure out how to use my brain correctly for the most part: at least, I was able to figure it out to a level sufficient to complete my PhD in math in Jan 2013.

      • Gigi

        Do you support Leviticus 20:9-10 that condemns mouthy children and adulterers to death as well?

        Romans 1 is about pagan idols worshippers, not homosexuals. “22 Although they claimed to be wise, they became fools 23 and exchanged the glory of the immortal God for images made to look like a mortal human being and birds and animals and reptiles” (Romans 1:22-23)

        Genesis 19 is a cautionary tale against the ultimate in inhospitality — heterosexuals gang raping strangers.
        “4 But before they lay down, the men of the city, even the men of Sodom, compassed the house round, both old and young, all the people from every quarter: 5 And they called unto Lot, and said unto him, Where are the men which came in to thee this night? bring them out unto us, that we may know them.” (Genesis 19:4-5)

        **All the men came, both young and old. Since it’s impossible that they were ALL HOMOSEXUAL this is not a story about homosexuals gang taking strangers.

        Ezekiel 16:49-50 says, “Now this was the sin of your sister Sodom: She and her daughters were arrogant, overfed and unconcerned; they did not help the poor and needy. They were haughty and did DETESTABLE things before me. Therefore I did away with them as you have seen.”

        What’s more detestable than gang raping strangers? (Offering your Virginia daughters up to the gang rapers, as Lot did, is pretty bad!)

        • NativeBornGeorgian

          Romans 1 is about homosexuality. There was no word for homosexual back then so Paul used the word, arsenkoite which means “man” “bed” a homosexual.

          1 Corinthians 6:9 – Homosexuals will not inherit the Kingdom of Heaven.

          Jude is a good book for pro-gays to read. Dr. Brown is an expert in Hebrew and a Bible scholar, go ahead and debate him, i’ll grab the popcorn.

          • vorpal

            Why should anyone care what Paul wrote about homosexuality?
            When I want medical advice, I don’t go to see a janitor, and when I want advice on my ability to share, experience, and receive love, I’m not going to go ask some Christian.

        • brothergc

          do not know what bible your reading from but I strongly suggest you throw it in the trash and get a real bible . I suggest New king James

          • Gigi

            You obviously have read a bible.

          • brothergc

            God Bless You !

          • Gigi

            I’m very happy that you were able to kick your habit and that your life is better. Congratulations! Your life right now is a testimony to your strength, character and desire to kick your addictions. You did that all on your own. The bible was written by men. There are no gods. Have a great day!

          • brothergc

            The Bible was writen By God PERIOD . You or anyone else can not convince me other wise , You are welcome to Your opinion , that IS Your right , But is was not My “strength, character and desire to kick your addictions” That did it , I tryed that for years , it did not work , I put Myself in rehab, That did not work , it was when I cried out To The Lord when I was so close to death that did it . I know what I know and it was Faith that set Me free , soon after That Night I Shut off everything and and buryed Myself In the Word of God , Faith comes By hearing and hearing By the word Of God . All that man and the world had could not set Me free . I have personaly experienced and seen healings, people set free for allkinds of things . I was never raised in a Christian home , but now the bible is my life , and NO ONE can take it from Me PERIOD! So think what You will , say what you will , it will change nothing For this born again Man !

          • Gigi

            The bible was written by men, not some god. If you have proof that it was written by some god, please share. You kicked your habits because you believed in a god since gods don’t exist, your sobriety wasn’t the result of supernatural intervention. I don’t want to take your mythological beliefs from you. If you want to believe in talking snakes, virgin births and great floods, be my guest. Believe what you like. But please know that thinking people — those of us who don’t believe in gods — have the right to live free from your so-called “deeply held religious beliefs.” Take care!

          • brothergc

            like I said say what you will , it changes nothing for me I know what I know YOU were not their , you did not go thru what I did , and how cruel , to try and take away that which made me what I am , would you take medicine away form sick person just to prove your point of view , that is COLD HEARTED and lets say for the sake of discussion that You did convince me you were correct , then I went back to my old ways and died , Would that make you feel better ? wow , no love here folks

          • vorpal

            I wouldn’t take medicine away from a sick person, but I would take away some quack treatment like homeopathy.

            I wouldn’t dismiss the spirituality of a human, but I would dismiss mythological religious ridiculousness, while still supporting your right to believe it. Concepts do not get a free pass from analysis and scrutiny because they helped you. If they are that delicate and fragile, then you should keep them to yourself where there is no risk of them being challenged.

          • brothergc

            perhaps one should consider what Alcoholics Anonymous is based on , the founding men who started AA based it on The bible . Dr Bob Smith started AA and based his program , or “the 12 steps ”

            1. We admitted we were powerless over alcohol – that our lives had become unmanageable.

            2. Came to believe that a Power greater than ourselves could restore us to sanity.

            3. Made a decision to turn our will and our lives over to the care of God as we understood Him.

            4. Made a searching and fearless moral inventory of ourselves.

            5. Admitted to God, to ourselves and to another human being the exact nature of our wrongs.

            6. Were entirely ready to have God remove all these defects of character.

            7. Humbly asked Him to remove our shortcomings.

            8. Made a list of all persons we had harmed, and became willing to make amends to them all.

            9. Made direct amends to such people wherever possible, except when to do so would injure them or others.

            10. Continued to take personal inventory and when we were wrong promptly admitted it.

            11. Sought through prayer and meditation to improve our conscious contact with God as we understood Him, praying only for knowledge of His will for us and the power to carry that out.

            12. Having had a spiritual awakening as the result of these steps, we tried to carry this message to alcoholics and to practice these principles in all our affairs.

            Sounds Like the Bible and God will work for those who make the decision to make it work. Say what you will Faith works . But dont worry You might Not believe in Him But He believes in You , Loved You so much that He went to the cross , You can accept it or not “This day I call the heavens and the earth as witnesses against you that I have set before you life and death, blessings and curses. Now choose life, so that you and your children may live”
            I am done debating with you This will be my last post on this thread You have been a cool person wish You could have known me before I was saved then seen the change in my life

          • vorpal

            Sure, of course religion has a strong psychosomatic effect. That doesn’t speak to their veracity.

            Also note that this is hardly unique to Christianity. People of any faith – and there are many – derive similar benefits from their beliefs, thus suggesting that the effect is indeed simply psychological and not the result of some magical truth.

            The rest of your comment is nonsense intended as an emotional appeal. I grew up as a pretty devout Christian for 22 years of my life before a series of experiences led me to question my beliefs and look at them more critically. Believe me when I tell you that it was not easy for me to make the decision to leave Christianity, but now, as a philosophical Taoist / atheist, I believe I am much better off.

            I am genuinely glad that you were able to find healing from your alcohol abuse. That is fantastic and I applaud you for it. Indeed, your faith seems to have had much benefit to you in general, and I think that that’s wonderful. The only issue I have is with you insisting that your system of beliefs is “more true” than anyone else’s. Anyone who is deeply spiritual / religious has had experiences just as convincing to them that their faith is true as you have.

            Anyways, I wish you well! Thanks for this conversation. I do indeed appreciate it. Take care.

          • vorpal

            I overcame a variety of drug addictions, including alcohol and smoking, all on my own without the bible or any other faith. I’m glad that you have overcome your struggles, but attributing your success to a god that gives leukemia to starving children and who does nothing while women are brutally raped and murdered is just ridiculous.

            Instead of worrying about being born again, maybe you should have just grown up the first time around like the rest of us.

          • brothergc

            God does not give children disease ,thats the other guy . Interesting that you use a black cat as your avitar . And worrying I do not even do , For God has not given me a spirit of fear , but of power, love , and a sound Mind . Nice try got any more ? I find it entertaining and I needed a good laugh

          • vorpal

            Neither exists, but according to the big book of boring balderdash, this god created the other guy.

            Why is it interesting that I use a black cat as my avatar? I love black cats and have two, with the cat in my avatar being one of them. Black cats are fantastic.

            This god apparently hasn’t blessed you with much of a sarcasm detector.

            Hey… if I can bring you a good laugh, then awesome! Laughter is good for you, and I have no objection to that.

          • brothergc

            That Is true God did Make Lucifer but He rebelled when He wanted to take Gods Throne and a Great war happened see Ezekiel 28:15

            “You were blameless in your ways

            from the day you were created

            till wickedness was found in you.”
            Lucifer coveted Gods Throne pure and simple fought a war with a third of the angels and LOST badly .
            Does that help ?

          • vorpal

            Yes, and your god is supposedly omniscient, which means he would have known when he created Lucifer every single choice that Lucifer would perform and every single choice Lucifer would make.

            And IIRC, only mankind has free will according to Christianity, so you can’t throw the ridiculous argument of free will at this problem.

            Or maybe this is all a bunch of silly, man-made nonsense written by ancient humans, which is precisely why it is self-contradicting and thus not even a valid model for reality worthy of consideration.

            If you are going to comment on the bible, please get all of your philosophy straight. Thank you!

  • Karen Wellman

    Most Americans are not put off by vulgarity, profanity, casinos, fornication, making lots of money any way you can, and just about all forms of sexually explicit entertainment. So in that respect, we are the makers and inheritors of Donald Trump. Why should we get better? He is the incarnation of what America values.

  • DisT

    A religionist talks about delusion.
    How ironic.

    • Stonecold Buckwheat

      Like a liberal talking about morals

  • Jerry

    This is absolutely an indictment on Trump. Not more so ” the American people “, look at your balance in items citied in your writing. 2nd paragraph should come completely out. Seems to me by your tone of writing; 8th paragraph untrue.

  • Matthew 6:5

    michel brown seems to ignore the whole “Gluttony is on of the 7 deadly sins” thing.

  • Gigi

    God hates gluttons Brownie. You’ve been warned.

    Do you not know that you are God’s temple and that God’s Spirit dwells in you? If anyone destroys God’s temple, God will destroy him. For God’s temple is holy, and you are that temple. (1 Corinthians 3:16-17)

    Their end is destruction, their god is their belly, and they glory in their shame, with minds set on earthly things. (Philippians 3:19 )

    Be not among drunkards or among gluttonous eaters of meat, for the drunkard and the glutton will come to poverty, and slumber will clothe them with rags. (Proverbs 23:20-21)

    And put a knife to your throat if you are given to appetite. (Proverbs 23:2)

    If you have found honey, eat only enough for you, lest you have your fill of it and vomit it. (Proverbs 25:16)

    Now this was the sin of your sister Sodom: She and her daughters were arrogant, OVERFED and unconcerned; they did not help the poor and needy. (Ezekiel 16:49)

    • NativeBornGeorgian

      God hates liars, and hands that shed innocent blood..abortion sure fits that and Trump is a liar that supports abortion.

      • Gigi

        God hates gluttons. Brownie’s in trouble.

        • NativeBornGeorgian

          disrespectful puke.

          • Gigi

            It’s not me saying it. It’s in the bible. According to the bible, Brown’s a Sodomite (see below: Ezekiel 16:49).

            Do you not know that you are God’s temple and that God’s Spirit dwells in you? If anyone destroys God’s temple, God will destroy him. For God’s temple is holy, and you are that temple. (1 Corinthians 3:16-17)

            Their end is destruction, their god is their belly, and they glory in their shame, with minds set on earthly things. (Philippians 3:19 )

            Be not among drunkards or among gluttonous eaters of meat, for the drunkard and the glutton will come to poverty, and slumber will clothe them with rags. (Proverbs 23:20-21)

            And put a knife to your throat if you are given to appetite. (Proverbs 23:2)

            If you have found honey, eat only enough for you, lest you have your fill of it and vomit it. (Proverbs 25:16)

            Now this was the sin of your sister Sodom: She and her daughters were arrogant, OVERFED and unconcerned; they did not help the poor and needy. (Ezekiel 16:49)

      • Matthew 6:5

        Gluttony is one of the 7 DEADLY sins!

        • NativeBornGeorgian

          Homosexuality is an ABOMINATION to God.

          • Matthew 6:5

            How long have you had AIDS?

          • NativeBornGeorgian

            whut? Dibbidy, dibbidy, dadgon, man, Boomhower will make ‘Merica Great Again

  • Jeff Ludwig

    Dr. Brown, I have said this myself but not as well articulated as your statement. I believe our country has been given over to judgment.

  • Jay Hall

    This is no worse a choice than Obama (a closet Muslim) and Romney (a cultist Mormon). At least Trump’s not a Washington Insider.

    • Bob_Barnes

      So in your mind facts are just things you want to believe, not something you can prove. I think that fits under the delusional column.

      • Jay Hall

        Your statement makes no sense. Or are you saying Trump is a Washington insider?

        • Bob_Barnes

          Either you gave proof that Obama is Muslim or retract your error of a statement.

  • TimJ

    While Dr. Brown doesn’t go there, this is clearly just another sign of the End Times. Americans have failed to repent (and send money to Dr. Brown), this is simply God’s judgement on a reprobate nation.

  • NativeBornGeorgian

    Must be a spot on article Dr Brown because satan is definitely angry, you can see it in the comments here from his children. Most posting here are Romans 1 reprobates, though some i saw were believers but not many.

    • Gigi

      Satan doesn’t exist.

      • Alex

        “The greatest trick the Devil ever pulled was convincing the world he didn’t exist”

  • JON CHO

    TV started to be one parent role and now smartphone &TV made inroads as the two norm parents. Along with media twists that caused this generation to believe cyber data at same time lose ability to discern true/false but follow the populist. Imagine Mississippi river, there is 1000 miles main wide, mighty, clean, clear flowing water connected thru side streams then down to small creeks (possible a few short dirty channels) to make overall functionally Great. Now only handful liberals/perverts not only are being celebrated but also going in opposite direction to contaminate/crush the mainstream. The mainstream value of our founding heritage – faith & family – is being lost.
    Bad things are either from human errors or devils under new Grace covenant. America is entering so called
    “self-destruction” since everyone is given free will to choose yet no nation on earth able to militarily defeat US. Neither Hillary nor Donald is able to rescue the nation by simply looking at $16-19T (trillion) debt/deficit. None talked about D&D? or simply avoid this hot potato because of no solutions to offer?? There was $8T D&D from George Washington to George Bush (in about 230 years). It’s doubled only in recent years.
    I hope there is write-in option to allow Cruz-Trump-Clinton-Sanders all-in on the final ballots to see if conservatives able to show unity by banding together for Cruz

  • Don Fisher

    I find it ironic that you mention prophecies about Trump, when your favored candidate was specifically prophesied to be God’s “anointed” and hyped as such by his father and his wife. Since those “prophets” like Ted’s father and Mike Bickel have (once again) proven to be false prophets, will there be an apology? Repentance? Are they willing to “eat their words”?

  • Robo Rubio

    Reince Priebus, RNC chair said that all Republicans must unite behind The Donald:
    They must unite behind a crooked university, they must unite behind the peccadillos that Cruz brought up (Howard Stern interviewing The Donald) In this interview (available to listen to) The Donald apparently gloried in his peccadillos, and this would make him a self-enabler at that. But yet The Donald blames the woman (Hillary) for supposedly enabling her husband’s (Bill’s) peccadillos.

  • Rev. Gerald Palmer, MSW

    Dr. Brown how can you forget that Trump appeals to White Nationalists and racists?

    • Shaun D.

      He must be a great guy then.

      Lmbo Trump isn’t racist, you are!

      And on top of that it RACE BAIT because of your incompetence and bitterness towards white authority. 😀

      • Rev. Gerald Palmer, MSW

        What in the David Dukes are you talking about?. It is a documented fact that he has the support of white supremacist such as David Dukes. Did I say that he was racist?

        • Paula Coyle

          clearly the racist guy you’re talking to isn’t interested in facts.

          • Rev. Gerald Palmer, MSW

            Of course not Paula.

        • Sharon Shown

          Trump has stated that he does not want David Dukes supporting him or any other groups such as white supremacist, etc.He may have his support but he didn’t ask for and he turned down anything to do with this.

      • vorpal

        “White authority???”
        Wow.

      • Paula Coyle

        “Lmbo Trump isn’t racist, you are!”
        Clear a case of pot calling kettle black (cough) if ever there was.

  • Susan Rosenthal

    I can’t help but laugh about an article that claims to be criticizing Trump for his lies and then compares transgender folks yo people who want to be 6’5″.

    • TS Mulveigh

      You don’t get it, it wasn’t about transgender, it was about that the student felt you could be anything you felt like such Black, a &year old boy but he couldn’t be taller.

  • Becky

    I believe that it’s time for Gods people to come together rather than divide! The enemy will always gain a foothold when he divides us. God knew Trump would win and we have to believe that God works all things together for the good of those who love Him! WE DO LOVE HIM, right?! His WORD
    tells us that He can change the course of rivers and turn the hearts of kings!
    Stop whining and complaining and let’s get behind this man and keep him in our earnest prayers! NOW!

    • TallBearNC

      See my above post if it is approved

    • Barbara Solenick

      I’m a female, 67 yr old Army veteran of the Vietnam era. Jesus Christ said something like, “you’ll know them by their fruit”. every sentence that Ted Cruz said in his “true thoughts” about the Donald the other day were already thought of and expressed on Dr. Brown’s page. I think he is psychologically sick. I’m not voting at all. all those behind the Donald are going to get the true picture when he makes a ruination of his Presidency. Hopefully he will not get us into too much trouble militarily and get too many soldiers killed overseas. but we’ll see. I just hope ISIS doesn’t set up their command post in his gold plated penthouse too soon. I’m 67 and won’t be around to see it, Praise God.

      • richservant

        You can still vote for the other senate and congressional races and just leave the president box empty. We still need decent people in office

    • Sharon Shown

      I couldn’t agree more Becky. It is time for God’s people to come together rather than divide! Think to yourself. Who is it that divides? That would be satan. You are so right….God KNEW Trump would win and have to believe that God works all things together for the god those who love Him… Romans 8:28 (NASB) states the following: 28 And we know that [a]God causes all things to work together for good to those who love God, to those who are called according to His purpose. [Note the last part of this Scripture…God says that this is to the “called according to His purpose.” Well, His purpose is that Donald Trump be President as you stated too. I only wish more would seek the Lord’s face instead of His hand and find what He wants and not what they want….if you think about it, it is pretty selfish that anyone would argue about all they “think they know” instead of trusting in God for what needs to be done. Thanks for your great post.

  • Jerry Austin

    It’s not just the influence of the likes of Jerry Springer and Howard Stern that have produced a following for Donald Trump, but also media pundits like Bill O’Reilly and Rush Limbaugh. In reality Trump’s comments about minorities, immigrants and women aren’t much different from those made over the last several years by O’Reilly, Limbaugh and others whom many Republicans and Christians feel speak for them. The only difference may be the specific language and the confrontational manner of Trump, but the tone and spirit of the discourse isn’t that much different.

    • Paula Coyle

      I know people who do not watch stuff like Springer who are falling for this guy. I simply do not get it.

    • Sharon Shown

      ‘In reality Trump’s comments about minorities, immigrants and women aren’t much different from those made over the last several years by O’Reilly, Limbaugh and others whom many Republicans and Christians feel speak for them.”…’Where did you get your verified facts about your post. What is in reality is that MSN and Fox love to keep something going all of the time. So, it has to be about his “High percentages of dislike” of women, Hispanics and Black Americans…so you just fell right in the midst of a media frenzy that are like sharks seeing who can keep the most “blood” coming out and keeping things stirred. When you find the place that you got your quote I would be glad to read it.

  • Jerry Austin

    It’s sad that many of the same Christians who were in full support of the impeachment of Bill Clinton for his adultery in the Oval Office are now wanting to elect a man to the Oval Office whose adulterous daliances make Bill Clinton look like a choirboy. And we Christians wonder why our credibility is always in question!

    • 6thinclass

      Bill Clinton’s adultery behavior. Yet we still sing the praises of JFK after his adulterous behavior while POTUS has been revealed. JFK’s affair(s) put our nation’s security at risk. Bill Clinton was a choirboy compared to JFK…but I still do not want him back in the White House either!
      I am shuddering to think about the Trump upcoming attacks that both Clintons (and media viewers) are about to be subjected.

    • Paula Coyle

      I know! Isn’t it insane??

  • TS Mulveigh

    Trump is for Trump! That is who he has always been for. His god is not the devil, it is money. He will do anything for it. You can guarantee, this is all about some way for him to make more of it. His actions
    have shown it.

    • Paula Coyle

      If his god is money it is the devil too. The devil doesn’t care that we don’t worship him, his job is to get us to not worship God. In that way, ANY other thing we worship, is worshipping the devil. The heart of satanic religion is SELF. Just as he tempted Eve in the garden. The original lie.

    • Sharon Shown

      …actually it is the LOVE of money is what man will do anything for.but Trump doesn’t need money. Do you believe that being the President of the United States is going to be a profitable one for Trump. No, it won’t be. One thing about it a person that becomes President doesn’t tell that he will not take a salary for the President job. This is a part that reveals what he is all about.

  • chrismoyler

    “Evangelicals flock to him.”

    That has to be the scariest sentence in the whole of this excellent article.

    Thx Michael Brown. C

  • Sam

    Jeremiah 12: 16-17 Jeremiah 12:16-17New International Version (NIV)

    16 And if they learn well the ways of my people and swear by my name, saying, ‘As surely as the Lord lives’—even as they once taught my people to swear by Baal—then they will be established among my people. 17 But if any nation does not listen, I will completely uproot and destroy it,” declares the Lord
    I agree, “Evangelicals flock to him.” I couldn’t believe what they were doing earlier in the year.
    What scares me more is the passage of Scripture in Jeremiah 12: 17. “If any nation does not listen, I will completely uproot and destroy it.” With the amount of abominations taking place across this country, I am very fearful of what is going to happen to this land. We are definitely under a spirit of delusion. I would say sent by the Lord.

    • Sharon Shown

      Yes, but you are making an assumption the Jeremiah 12:17 is speaking directly to America. As to uprooting and destroying anything that is not yet happened. Anyone can go find Scriptures will support what “they believe” to be happening but God has stated that your ways are not HIS ways and your thoughts are not HIS thoughts. As for me, I believe Trump has been called by God. It is likely that God has allowed this because He wants America to repent and there may be other things that Trump is to accomplish. I will leave this up to God and what He speaks to His prophets and His people who “hear His voice”. As to being under a spirit of delusion, there is a spirit if delusion but it is for the ones who will not “hear”. It is for the ones who will “listen” and do God’s bidding and not do what “they believe” God is doing. Yes, there has been something sent by God and that is Trump…like it or not that it doesn’t fit with your theology.

      • Sam

        Ms. Shown,
        Why do you sound so hostile?
        Of course the spirit of delusion is on those who are refusing not to listen to the Lord. Those who are in rebellion towards God.
        Jeremiah 12:17 says, “IF ANY NATION DOES NOT LISTEN.”
        I’m certainly not trying to start a hostile war over Scripture.
        Please check your heart.

  • Sam

    2 Thessalonians 2:10-12New International Version (NIV)

    10 and all the ways that wickedness deceives those who are perishing. They perish because they refused to love the truth and so be saved. 11 For this reason God sends them a powerful delusion so that they will believe the lie 12 and so that all will be condemned who have not believed the truth but have delighted in wickedness.

    This describes where the United States is today.

  • Wayne Cook

    “Donald Trump, The National Enquirer President — A Divine Judgment on America?” ….probably.

  • Paula Coyle

    Totally agreed Dr Brown. I have disagreed with *some* of your theology but your cultural observations are spot on.

  • Martin Smith

    Can’t we do better than a Celebrity Apprentice
    for President ??

  • O’Pinyon

    God has told us what we, who are called by His name, need to do in order for Him to heal our land.
    Now, we simply need to do it.

  • SwanieRiver

    I’m sorry, but I have to disagree with most of you. Trump is far more ethical then the others that ran for the presidency. He is what he is. He may not be the religious gentleman you all want him to be but he is one in a million. No matter what he is charged with, he has the ability to make it the very best one there is. Cruz hid what he was. A real Christian could not of gone after the presidency doing the unethical things he did to the other candidates. Cutting out Ben Carson, Doing the same thing to Rubio and I know because, I listened to Trump, he lied about many positions he said Trump had taken.
    God may put this country and its sinful people through tribulation, but he won’t let it fall because it is this country and His followers that are still taking Jesus to the world.

    • lindamay

      I couldn’t disagree with you more. The bit about Carson – the news was given out by a media source that Carson was dropping out. Someone in Cruz’s media group passed that on. And, guess what, Carson did drop out immediately afterwards. Rubio, too, dropped out as he just couldn’t gain any traction – not even in Florida. Cruz, the man, did not make those two events happen. But, even if he did, you seem to give a pass to Trump and his “Little Marco”, “Lyin Ted”, “Slow Jeb”, “Look at That Face Carly”, and on and on. And then the day of the Indiana vote to put out a sleazy story about Ted Cruz’ father involved in the JFK assassination but after the election to say he didn’t believe it he was just mad. So the one man is totally unacceptable but the other will save us? Hmm….this is exactly what’s wrong with the Trump supporters. They are totally irrational!

      • SwanieRiver

        He called it as he saw it. He said what many wanted to say. Trump supporters are irrational? Let’s wait till after his first year in office. Most of Obama supporters, now crying in their beer, are the ones fighting Trump.

      • SwanieRiver

        I will believe the Inquirer story is false when Att. Cruz sues the Inquirer for character assignation.

        • lindamay

          Trump admitted on national TV that even he didn’t believe the story….he was just mad and wanted to get back at the father and son. Unlike you, I will believe the story when the National Enquirer proves the story and other media follow up. As Jake Tapper of CNN said, the reason they didn’t carry the story is because there’s no evidence that the story is factual. It’s ridiculous on its face. The reason we know it’s ridiculous is because if there was even a shred of proof, every single media outlet would be covering it. Period!

  • Helen Christoff

    I am no fan of Trump and I would much rather have Cruz to vote for, but there is no way I could ever vote for Hillary. If I don’t vote for Trump, I would inadvertently give that vote to Hillary. We’re between a rock and a hard place. 🙁 What do we do?!

    • eassa

      Helen, if you researched Trump, you would find that he is very similar to Hillary. In their positions and beliefs, they really are one and the same. Neither of them are a good choice. Both are evil and will bring nothing but trouble on our nation.
      You have a choice to sit this election out or vote for a 3rd party candidate, but if you are a believer, you have no place standing with Trump. Not in the eyes of our Father.

      • 51mustang

        Tom Martin
        Trump placed his hand on the inaguration bible at seventy years, seven months, and seven days of age. Biblically, seven donates completeness and perfection. I believe that President Trump was placed by God in the position of the president of the United States to lead us in the upcoming end time situation. Research September 23, 2017 to increase your knowledge.

        • eassa

          So mustang, you are a superstitious believer? You tell me why September 23, 2017 is so special, if you want me to know.

          Do not blame God for the unrighteous acts of man. Give yourself a study in Colossians 3 and then tell me God approves of Trump.

          It sounds to me like you are part of the end of this age Great Falling Away.

        • That makes as much sense as the IHOP end-times scenario…
          perhaps more.

  • John

    We put up with Obama for 8 long years.OMG What could be worse?
    We vote as we ‘render unto Casear the government that is his or the states’ for a person that can change our country financially ,and from what springs from that. If Christians have good jobs they can give more. Ministers are always asking for more money.Well, where does it come from? Jobs people or in our case Christians working as one source. We have given bilions to God’s land of Israel. PTL If we have an economic breakdown (we are over 21 trillion in debt!!!) would ministers or Dr.Graham know what to do? WHERE does the money come from? Render unto ‘Casear.’
    Sound Wisdom dicates we need a real well educated- in business and economics-businessman with a successful business proven track record.We are not voting for a ‘Billy Graham.’
    Our infrastructure sorely needs an over haul. We need a President who knows and understands ecomomic dynamics. Did Obama? NO! He had NO business experience not even running a lemonaide stand!
    Maybe know in the crisis we need a man that “…isnt a reed shaken by the wind.”

  • nodo

    I wonder if this whole election season has not been a test on His church more than our country. I know that I have been in Spirit-led prayer very hard thru this season and have had much growing to do in order to accept defeat after defeat after so much prayer. I do not know the end result for me personally, but I do know that God is working, perhaps maturing His people? I pray that is so. Have had to ask over and over if all this was a judgment on us or just a growing process for all of us. Thank God whether we understand or not, He is in control!

  • Christopher Logan

    I think it’s a matter of Trump instead of Hillary who would not support Israel who approves of abortion for any cause who vowed to kill the Coal industry and cause higher energy prices
    At least Trump is the opposite and who knows what would happen if he and his wife consulted with zbilly or Franklin Graham and Ann Graham Lotz

    • eassa

      Christoopher, Trump and Hillary are very much alike in most of their beliefs and positions. Research will prove to you I am correct. However, Trump could actually be more dangerous than Hillary because his temperament is much more unstable than hers.
      This is a choice between twin evils. No man or woman of God can stand with evil.
      If Elijah had a choice of standing with Ahab or…..Manasseh? Even though we know Ahab was king of Israel and Manasseh was king of Judah. Just think of them as two candidates of choice. Which king would God tell Elijah to stand with? Which king would Elijah, a man of God, stand with?
      Isn’t the truth that Elijah would not stand with either, that he would not cast a precious vote for either. If he would have, then he would not have been the Elijah we know him to be.
      You cannot justify voting for either of these terribly wicked people.

  • richservant

    But Trump reads the bible more than anybody

  • eassa

    Dr Brown, this is a very good article. Because I have listened to your lectures, read your books and have enjoyed you speaking where I worship, I know you have great love and compassion for people, the saved and the lost.
    That is why I believe you go the extra mile to be kind in your articles. In this particular article you state, “Of course, there are fine people who also believe in Trump’s candidacy, people of conscience, spiritual people….” And you mention that there have been “prophetic” people who say Trump will be a tool in God’s hand to destroy the corrupt political establishment and do our nation good.
    As I see it, Dr Brown, the only way a person of conscience and a spiritual person could support Trump is if they are totally ignorant of facts that establish beyond a shadow of a doubt that Trump is indeed evil in his lifestyle. How could a genuinely Spirit filled believer support Trump? The Spirit retracts from Trump, the Spirit filled man or woman is repulsed by the man of Trump.

    We need to remember that as the end of this age approaches, there will be many false prophets who speak lies and will do signs and wonders. God’s people must be able to discern between the prophetic from God and the prophets of satan.

    The questions you ask at the end of the article are good questions for believers think and meditiate upon.

  • Sharon Shown

    Dr. Brown,
    There will come a time in the not to distant future when you will have to “eat your words about Donald Trump. There are many of us that were told by God that Trump would be the next President. When God told me that Trump would be our next President I knew little about the man other than he had the program and also that he went against Obama not being born in the USA. I was shocked but as I watched more and more the events. I saw other confirmations of God telling others that Trump would be the next President. Now that Cruz is out of the race (well, he says he has suspended his campaign but I read just yesterday that Cruz is talking to all of his ‘crew’ to continue going after the delegates.) Cruz thinks that Trump is a dumb and stupid man who won’t be able to figure out what he is doing. But Trump is way ahead of him. Now that Cruz is not ourwardly involved he will still be on the voting when that time comes for you if it hasn’t already happened. So, you get to vote for Cruz even though you believed all of the lies that Cruz told. As I have mentioned to several: take a look at the 6 lies in 4 minutes by Ted Cruz. So, you may say that Trump is lying about all of this relating to Cruz’s father but this story has been on the internet for quite awhile and the National Enquirer is just now picking it up. So to say that Trump is the “National Enquirer President” is not very nice. The pictures taken with Lee Harvey Oswald have been on the internet quite a long time. I would imagine that the National Enquirer didn’t pick it up until they were sure there was some facts to the story. It is evident that you do not know how God is moving or you would have seen that Trump would be the next president. However, like so many who do not walk by faith…listening for what God would say…tend to vote for the candidate that seems to have all of the right skills and he is a Christian. However, with the lying the Ted Cruz does with what he had to say about Donald Trump and others doesn’t seem like the way a Christian should act.

  • Jim Pelham

    Dear Dr. Brown, unfortunately Mr. Cruz showed an underhanded and dishonest way of handling his campaign. His attempts to steal delegates from states that Trump won and the release of the photos of Mr. Trumps wife’s pictures you mentioned in your article showed his true colors. I have heard Raphael Cruz speak many times and I believe he is a true man of God, but I believe you are attributing the actions of the father to his son. I was all in as a Cruz supporter and I voted for him in my primary, but his underhanded ness since made me question his integrity and my support for him. As for the general election, when it comes to voting for a heathen or the devil, I would vote heathen every time. In the past 2 election cycles Christians have sat on the side lines because Christians didn’t believe McCain or Romney where Christians. Where did that get us? The Christian voting block is powerful because when we vote people win. When we don’t Obama and Clinton get elected. So now we have a choice and it seems like you are advocating biting off your nose to spite your face and to sit out the election. If Christians sit out the election Clinton wins. If Clinton wins Christians lose big time. If Trump wins Christians don’t win, but they don’t lose. So there is a choice, Christians choose wisely, don’t be fools because your man lost or we all lose.

  • CJ

    I wondered if he could be the boastful little horn in the book of Daniel 7 that springs up out of the other ten at the End Times???

    • Sharon Shown

      No, probably Obama or Ted Cruz. Would be closer to believing this.

  • ccrider

    I see this as a “type of test” by God. The same people who are blind themselves to accept an unrighteous and self ambitious leader are the same ones who believe they have the discernment to speculate about the anti-Christ. But if you ignore what God clearly says in His word about what is righteous and what is not in these times, how can you expect to be part of the “elect” that is not deceived. All these people believe Trump will “heal the nations” as a man of God. Well that’s actually the Anti-Christ’s job. Christians today are ignoring in Trump the same characteristics as the one who will deceive many. I’m not saying Trump is the anti-Christ but I think God is “sizing up” His church by sending the likes of Trump, who has never overtly proclaimed himself a Christian, and seeing who is going to sell out to their true underlying idol, IDEOLOGY, which is the lens through which all these people deceive themselves. People who aren’t Christian can see Trumps narcissism and frankly his course behavior that is ungodly. Now everyone looks for the best in their candidate and plays down their flaws but this is different. This is about a people who are trying to usher in a pseudo-savior without that person even claiming to be Christian. And they go they extra mile by ignoring God’s word on how we can “know them by their fruits”. Trumps fruit as measured by God’s unequivocal instruction is just plain rotten. But if you tell them this what do they do? They will say “oh and Hillary’s isn’t?”. Okay now we are back to none other than “IDEOLOGY”. Instead of seeing the truth about their own they point back to “the real enemy”…liberals. Rotten fruit is therefore subjective to one’s ideological position.

    This quote below is from a sermon for Bob Jones Sr. around 2000. He certainly wasn’t advocating a liberal ballot box but he had the courage to call out his own instead of sweeping under the rug.

    “Republican appointments…presidential republican appointments to the high Court have dominated for nearly thirty years. Right now seven members of the Supreme Court were appointed by a republican president as opposed to two members from a democratic president. But this 7 to 2 republican majority court has legalized the murder of unborn babies back in 1973 and still today (circa 2000) republicans still hold a 7 to 2 advantage on the court and yet the court liberal decisions continue. It was a republican supreme court that recently outlawed students from praying at football games. The same republican court recently outlawed students from choosing a classmate to give prayer to high school graduation.”

    Bribes, slander, lies, deceit, and all other types of corruption are equally represented within ideology and the campaigns of “Christian politicians”. It is the Church that is the salt of the earth. If it loses its saltiness through its own hypocrisy the who does the bidding of Christ? It is the sins of the Church that is fueling the victory of the wicked. We blame the unsaved for their sins but give ourselves a pass on our own?

    So strong is ideology that we see Mr. Brown get so much fanfare on his FB page from conservative ideologues when ripping apart liberals as the enemy that, in the event he cannot ignore the obvious “liberalism of the church” and come against a “seeming” conservative who is unapologetic in his own ungodly character, that he must tiptoe ever so slightly so as not to offend those who truly believe that a man so full of corruption all of his life is now God’s answer to end that corruption. The people who Brown is referring to when it comes to these so called “Trump prophecies” are those who believe that Trump will not only rid us from the corruptions he’s always engaged in, but he will be a “healer of nations”. Nations don’t need “healed”, they need “redeemed”. “Healing” is a false premise that has no real definition. But it lends itself as a synonym to “unifier”. But it is the Anti-Christ who claims to be a “healer” as in “uniter”. I’m not at all say that Trump is the Anti-Christ. I am saying that this is what those who see everything through their “idol” called “ideology” are truly looking for. They want a republican pseudo-savior that ends the same corruption they themselves are engaged in.

    Proverbs 17: 18,23

    18 A man devoid of understanding shakes hands in a pledge,

    And becomes surety for his friend.

    23 A wicked man accepts a bribe behind the back[c]

    To pervert the ways of justice.

    It is clear from this scripture, and others, that God defines bribery and quid pro quo politics differently from our ideologies. Whether liberal or conservative, the notion of “donating” money to a campaign in order to receive favorable legislative clout and expected returned promises concerning ideological special interests, is an acceptable form of activity within the election of a potential government leader. However, God clearly sees any quid pro quo activity within politics as bribery in which the consequence will be, ironically, a perversion of justice. Yet this activity described in Proverbs 17 is the foundation of modern America politics. How many times has the church lamented the perversion of justice within abortion and gay marriage? Yet we never give thought that our wounds could be self inflicted by engaging in a sinful process to get rid of sinful ways. If our system that raises our leaders is a system of bribery, then if we look closely we might be able to discern how justice has been perverted and the Christian political agenda not only subverted but possibly contributory to the problem via its own sin. Ideology is a manmade and humanistic philosophy that is inherently corrupt. Yet this is the instrument by which “Christians” want to end corruption. When God’s true prophet, Daniel, went about delivering God’s children from Babylonian captivity, he started by not ‘eating the King’s meat or drinking the King’s wine’. This was his separation from the political and into Gods way. But Trump is all about the King’s meat and wine. His history proves this.

    Judgment starts in God’s house……He is not letting lukewarm bias have its way when it’s His own house that needs rebuked. Our tolerance of our own hypocrisy and corruption while finger pointing and scapegoating the secular is not subtle. God is drawing out the inner attitudes of the heart that boasts of loyalty to Him only to have a secret ideological agendas that we know has to undergo a sinful process to move forward. Those who have said they will never vote for a pro abortion candidate out of their loyalty to God will continue to be exposed with their endorsement of Trump. God gave us a glimpse of this when Pat Robertson endorsed Rudi Giuliani. And with Tony Perkins aiding an ungodly politician with scripture quotes, God is currently exposing others as well. I have yet to see anyone speak against Tony Perkins shamefully aiding Trump with God’s word in a pathetic attempt to steal a few naive evangelical votes.

    When Daniel “healed a nation” the first thing he did was put the blame for their captivity squarely where it belonged…the Israelites own disobedience. Daniel wasn’t pointing to Babylon for their problems. Babylon was a consequence. And so we have the same thing today. The church has sold its soul and engaged in all kinds of sin and corruption in order to obtain the political power necessary to end immorality. The sinful means justify the moral ends. But Tozer said something truly insightful. He said: “those who believe the means justify the ends don’t understand that the means DETERMINES the ends”. And that’s what’s happening here. Liberalism and humanism is a type of spiritual Babylon that has taken the church captive because of the churches own sins, corruptions, and hypocrisies. But the church doesn’t see it that way and has waged war against this pervading bondage by political means….not biblical. This is why we are seeing Trump as a type of political savior and Bentley as a type of false prophet. Both men are deceivers but the church has blinded themselves through its own disobedience and because ideology has become an idol to the church. Christianity and Ideology have formed an unholy alliance and it has become a poisonous mixture that is destroying even the most basic discernment within it. Bentley and now Trump? Two men who displayed unbiblical and ungodly characteristics yet were welcomed by many Christians. God is sizing the church up…there can be no discernment later if we turn a blind eye today.

    • Elaine Woods

      ITA if you do not have a strong faith in God you will not survive what is coming down the pike. Look at the weather for example we have never seen weather like this and I am afraid that an earhquake is coming in america that will kill thousands upon thousands here in this country. America is reaping what she has sown. God help us all.

  • Elaine Woods

    Whoever wins this election will send america into the abyss of hell and here everyone thought it was going to be obama. I bet he is having the last laugh now. I will not be voting for either candidate because I dont like or trust either one of them. I will sit this one out and trust in a higher power to get me and my family through what is coming down the pike. America is finished DOOMED

    • 51mustang

      Tom Martin
      You have it backwards. Trump placed his hand on the inaguration bible at seventy years, seven months, and seven days of age. Biblically, seven donates completeness and perfection. I believe that President Trump was placed by God in the position of the president of the United States to lead us in the upcoming end time situation. Research September 23, 2017 to increase your knowledge.

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