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Join your host, activist, author, international speaker, and biblical scholar, Dr. Michael Brown, as he tackles the controversies, engages the culture, and challenges the status quo. Michael Brown is the Director of the Coalition of Conscience and President of FIRE School of Ministry, and he's taking your calls and answering your questions every week on the Line of Fire.
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