Randy Alcorn's Blog: Culture and Worldview

Sexual Abuse Is Horrible and Should Be Punished…But Some Accusations of Sexual Abuse Are False

By Randy Alcorn | September 26, 2016
If I were a judge, there is no sin, no crime on the planet that would prompt me to act with more severe justice than the sexual abuse of children. I would also bring harsh judgment on those who covered up or conspired to cover-up the crime. BUT if I were that judge, I would need to hear all the evidence from both sides before coming to my conclusion. 

Pray for Our Brothers and Sisters in Russia, As They’re Losing Their Liberties

By Randy Alcorn | July 15, 2016
WORLD reports that "Russian President Vladimir Putin signed into law an 'anti-terror' package that includes measures eviscerating religious freedom. The new law requires government permits to preach and teach the gospel, and restricts evangelism essentially to registered church building sites."

Some Thoughts About Racial Profiling

By Randy Alcorn | June 6, 2016
A reader recently asked me a thoughtful question about something I posted on Facebook that used the term “racial profiling.” As a police officer, he was wondering what I meant by that, and whether I was referring specifically to profiling by law enforcement.

Phillip Holmes on the Heart of Socialism

By Randy Alcorn | May 4, 2016
The advantages and dangers of socialism is a hotly debated topic in today’s culture. There’s much that could be said about both capitalism and socialism, but of special interest to believers is how both systems help or hurt the poor.

Ten Things to Understand About Evangelical Christians

By Randy Alcorn | February 17, 2016
If you’re as weary as I am of having pundits and politicians misrepresent who evangelicals are, what we believe, and our attitudes toward those we disagree with, you may find this blog helpful, and may wish to share it.

Brotherhood and the Color of Our Skin

By Randy Alcorn | January 18, 2016
I’ve been reading Under Our Skin by Benjamin Watson, which I highly recommend. Much of what Benjamin writes about has reminded me of what I learned in researching for my novel Dominion, which addresses racism.