Randy Alcorn's Blog: Grace and Truth
I love the redemptive message of Les Misérables, from book, to stage, to screen. It reminds me of the song “Amazing Grace,” because it is deeply loved even by those who don’t fully believe its message. The beauty of the story is so great that even those who don’t believe in God, his grace and forgiveness and his ability to transform a man, still love it.
Perspectives on Louie Giglio, the Homosexual Issue and What It Means to Be a Christ-Follower in This Culture
Last Thursday the internet exploded with the Louie Giglio “scandal.” What was this outrageous revelation? An eighteen-year-old recording of a sermon Louie preached. His sermon actually shows that—wait for it—this Christian pastor believed and taught what the Bible has said, and virtually all Christians have believed, for two thousand years.
It's black history month, a good time to learn about Harriet Tubman, Frederick Douglas, Jackie Robinson and a host of others.
Let me tell you about a white man who made his way into black history. Imagine a slave ship captain, a cruel Englishman who acquired slaves from Africa and transported them in horrific slave ships to be sold like animals at auction.
Imagine that this man later writes lyrics which become the most popular song of English-speaking blacks in the entire world.
If you've got eight minutes, watch this powerful video of Wintley Phipps, explaining the ...
- Fri, Dec 28, 2007
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