By October 20, 2011Imagine this. . . You go to your local bookstore and begin to browse, but something is wrong. The titles sound odd. You begin to read and the situations described in the books are hard to understand—they're from another country. |
Randy Alcorn's Blog: books
By August 31, 2011When I was researching Heaven, I read 150 volumes on the subject, many long out-of-print. Since the book came out I’ve read a dozen more. |
By August 22, 2011Recently someone asked if I could recommend any good, readable (not too academic) books that deal with the authority and reliability of Scripture. |
By April 8, 2011I mentioned in an | earlier post Rob Bell’s book Love Wins. I read it several weeks ago. It contains some good and accurate things here and there, but unfortunately its central message is in explicit contradiction to Scripture and historic Christianity.
By February 23, 2011While speaking at the Ron Blue’s Kingdom Advisors conference in Orlando last week I received a surprise endorsement for two of my new books. |
By February 9, 2011My friends Brett and Alex Harris, on their wonderful website | www.therebelution.com, cited a Wall Street Journal article about the importance of reading, and the great decline in reading among boys. I have often cited this as one of the most alarming trends of our day.
By January 18, 2011If we had ears to hear, we’d notice the sound of a vacuum sucking time, coming from computers and phones and televisions and car radios and…lots of other places. |
By December 14, 2010The joy of this season doesn't stem from finding life easy and merry and cheerful; it comes from knowing that there is One who is close to the broken hearted. |
By November 17, 2010I recently read what I would call a GREAT book on parenting: Gospel-Powered Parenting: How the Gospel Shapes and Transforms Parenting, William P. Farley (Phillipsburg, NJ: P&R Publishing, 2009). |