What have you been reading lately?

Orthodoxy

 

I've recently been reading G. K. Chesterton's book Orthodoxy and his little book on St. Thomas Aquinas.


Signature in the Cell


Also, I've read several books on intelligent design, by Johnson and Dembski, and Stephen Meyer’s excellent Signature in the Cell, regarding DNA and its incredible complexity.




Genesis in  Space and Time

 

Rereading Francis Schaeffer’s classic Genesis in Space and Time. Takes me back to the seventies when I was a new believer, and awaited with bated breath every new book by Schaeffer. Just read a new book on doctrine, titled Doctrine: What Christians Should Believe, from Mark Driscoll and Gerry Breshears, which is excellent. It will be released on March 31.

What are any of you reading these days?

 

Reader response to one of Randy’s books

I am 20 years old, a 2nd-year theology student. I finished your book Edge of Eternity. My faith has been restored together with my hope and trust in God, The Almighty, and I thank Him for fellow chasm-crossers like you, sir. I share so many likenesses and faults with the characters and rejoiced in the solutions to their problems. — T. R.
Randy Alcorn, founder of EPM

Randy Alcorn (@randyalcorn) is the author of over fifty books and the founder and director of Eternal Perspective Ministries

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