By September 2, 2016Tozer, one of my all-time favorite authors, makes a great analogy in this sermon, shared in the book The Attributes of God Volume 2: Deeper into the Father's Heart. |
Randy Alcorn's Blog: evil
By August 22, 2016God “has set a day when he will judge the world with justice” (Acts 17:31). But why a future day of judgment? |
By June 24, 2015Last weekend I spoke at my home church, | Good Shepherd Community Church in Boring (yes, Boring) Oregon, on the question of why a good God allows evil and suffering. We'd actually planned the discussion prior to the Charleston church murder of nine people at their Wednesday evening Bible study (we began by talking about this tragedy).
By December 12, 2014The problem of evil and suffering is something I’ve read many books concerning, and heard some great presentations on. |
By December 21, 2012Our birthright does not include pain-free living. Only those who understand that this world languishes under a curse will marvel at its beauties despite that curse. |
By December 19, 2012Nanci said to me, “Given what Scripture tells us about the evil of the human heart, you’d think that there would be thousands of Jack the Rippers in every city.” Her statement stopped me in my tracks. |
By December 17, 2012I can mourn with and pray for the families in Connecticut who lost their children (and in a few cases their spouses) in the school shooting. I certainly cannot offer any definitive explanation. |
By October 5, 2012When I was seventeen years old and had known Christ for less than two years, I experienced what I believe was a miracle. |
By September 24, 2012I’ve been “rereading” | Mere Christianity, actually listening to it on audio. I first read it as a young Christian forty years ago. I’m amazed that this book seems to get even better with time.