Randy Alcorn's Blog

Not Cool: Obama's Pro-abortion Stance, and Christians Enabling Him

By Randy Alcorn | October 16, 2008
I knew from the first time I heard him speak that Obama was cool. And if the candidate I supported, for reasons of substance, also happened to be cool, that would be a nice plus. Then the sad day came. I checked out Obama's actual position on abortion and I was demoralized. 

Dinesh D'Souza

By Randy Alcorn | October 14, 2008
A year ago I wrote a blog about a book called What's So Great About Christianity, written by Dinesh D'Souza. Dinesh first came to America at the age of seventeen as an exchange student from India. After making the decision to stay in America following high school graduation, he went on to Dartmouth College. 

The Gospel of John DVD

By Randy Alcorn | October 9, 2008
The Gospel of John may be my favorite Bible movie of all-time. It came in under the radar, and many people still haven't heard of it, much less seen it. Yet it's in many ways the most endearing and personal portrayal of Jesus, and above all its faithful to the text of Scripture. It combines narration with dialogue and action.

Deadline Book Giveaway

By Stephanie Anderson | October 6, 2008
It’s been a couple of months since we’ve given away a fiction book, so I’m excited to let you know that in October we’re giving away three copies of Randy’s novel Deadline.

Laughter in Heaven

By Randy Alcorn | October 4, 2008
Just as Jesus promises satisfaction as a reward in Heaven, he also promises laughter as a reward. Anticipating the laughter to come, Jesus says we should leap for joy now.

Evel Knievel, Childhood Memories and Good News

By Randy Alcorn | September 30, 2008
A Christianity Today article by Troy Anderson, "A New Day for Apologetics," talked about the resurgence of Christian apologetics. But what caught my eye was a part of the story that talked about Evel Knievel, the daredevil whose bizarre accomplishments first came to my attention as a grade school student, in The Weekly Reader.