Randy Alcorn's Blog: faith

American Evangelicals Believe There Are Different Ways to Heaven

By Randy Alcorn | July 23, 2008
Last month a UPI report began as follows:

America remains a nation of believers, but a new survey finds most Americans don't feel their religion is the only way to eternal life — even if their faith tradition teaches otherwise.

Is God calling you to missions in 2010?

By Doug Nichols | January 8, 2010
I have the highest regard for the cause of world missions, and the greatest respect for Action International, one of many fine missions groups. While Doug Nichols is making this request, these ten qualities express what many other missions are looking for, too. 

When did you put your faith in Christ?

By Randy Alcorn | June 1, 2010
I grew up without Christ and without the church. When I was in high school I attended a church for the wrong reason—to see a girl I'd met. But God can use even our wrong motives for his right purposes. (In fact, years later that girl became my wife!)     

A Prayer for Christopher Hitchens

By Randy Alcorn | August 6, 2010
I have read outspoken atheist Christopher Hitchens, listened to his debates, and attended a debate he was part of. I marveled that there are some Christians he seems to respect, while radically disagreeing with them.

Who Made God?

By Randy Alcorn | September 6, 2010
From time to time I like to review books on my blog. Who Made God?: Searching for a Theory of Everything is a book that offers ideas and insights most of us have never pondered.

Thoughts about Thinking for the Christian

By Randy Alcorn | September 10, 2010
My friend Justin Taylor recently posted this on his excellent blog, one of my favorites. I also enjoy Tim Challies's blog, which Justin refers to. Here are some important thoughts about thinking and the Christian life.