Randy Alcorn's Blog: francis schaeffer

Why Should We Believe in a Historical Adam?

By Randy Alcorn | March 26, 2012
Last month Kevin DeYoung posted an excellent blog called “10 Reasons to Believe in a Historical Adam.” I can’t say enough about the importance of this subject. 

Francis Schaeffer on Spiritual Adultery

By Randy Alcorn | September 23, 2011
Francis Schaeffer was one of three writers (the others being Lewis and Tozer) who influenced me most profoundly when I was a new believer in the early 1970’s.

The Kiss of an Old Godly Man

By Randy Alcorn | February 4, 2010
As a brand new Christian in 1970, I read every Christian book I could get my hands on. Several, including Born Crucified, were by L. E. Maxwell, who my friend Doug Nichols speaks so fondly of in this reflection. I asked Doug if I could use it in my blog.

Francis Schaeffer: Intellectual and Christ-lover

By Randy Alcorn | May 14, 2009
Friday, May 15, is the 25th anniversary of the home-going of Francis Schaeffer, intellectual and Christ-lover. When I was a new believer, I was profoundly influenced by what he wrote.

Expressing Our Concerns about Same Sex Marriage in a Pluralistic Culture

By Randy Alcorn | June 23, 2008
Last week, same sex couples were married all over California. The future is predictable. Streams of people will come from all over the country to be married in California, and then will go back to their home states and argue that their marriage licenses should be honored. What will the states decide?