Randy Alcorn's Blog

Six Rationalizations for Abortions, and Professor J. Budziszewski’s Analysis of Each

By Randy Alcorn | April 12, 2017
Rationalization and denial are methods we use to cope with unwanted, stressful information. This is why arguments for the prochoice position are saturated in rationalization and denial. At the end of the day, it is alarmingly easy for us to ignore evidence to the contrary, as well as the promptings of our consciences, and simply believe whatever we want to believe.

Are Short-Term Mission Trips Valuable?

By Randy Alcorn | April 10, 2017
Some have asked me, wouldn’t it be better just to take the money spent on short-term trips and send it to the mission field instead? In some cases, yes. But many short-term missions trips are strategic and greatly help the national churches, missionaries, and indigenous people. 

We’ve Lost Our Vocabulary of Wonder About Heaven

By Randy Alcorn | March 29, 2017
In this life we marvel at and talk about the wondrous beauty of mountains, beaches, sunsets, lakes, and deserts. We get inspired and dream about going beautiful places. Similarly, Scripture tells us “we are looking forward to a new heavens and new earth [redeemed universe] in which righteousness dwells” (2 Peter 3:13).