Randy Alcorn's Blog: doctrine

Gospel Doctrine Creates Gospel Culture

By Randy Alcorn | December 23, 2015
Sometimes I read something that is beautifully worded and right on target. These insights from Ray Ortlund, on churches as gospel culture, is terrific.

Why Churches Should Study Systematic Theology

By Randy Alcorn | September 21, 2015
Over nearly four decades in my church (a church that has always taught and emphasized God’s Word), I’ve seen a noticeable, even startling, reduction in the average person’s grasp of biblical truth.

The Sovereignty of God: What Does It Mean?

By Randy Alcorn | May 20, 2015
Early this year, our friend Rakel Thurman shared a great message on God’s sovereignty at our church’s Bible study for women. I encourage you to listen to this message from a woman who loves Jesus, has experienced deep suffering, and has learned what it means to rest in God’s sovereignty.

The Best Theological Label Is “Berean”

By Randy Alcorn | October 17, 2014
The Berean Christians were commended for carefully examining, in light of the Scriptures, the teachings of the apostle Paul (see Acts 17:11). 

A Terrific New Bible Study Series for Churches and Groups

By Randy Alcorn | April 5, 2013
One of my favorite bloggers is Justin Taylor, a brother who I know and deeply appreciate. Justin is constantly introducing me to great people, material and developments. Recently, he talked about a new Bible study series from Crossway Publishers.