Randy Alcorn's Blog: question and answer

Why doesn’t the church address the issue of modesty?

By Randy Alcorn | October 15, 2010
I’m not justifying the way men think. It is a problem, but it is also true—as the person indicates who asks this question—that there’s a responsibility here for girls, and certainly for their dads and moms, to seriously consider this.

Ask Randy: Looking for Your Questions

By Stephanie Anderson | September 20, 2010
We’re inviting those of you who read Randy’s blog to submit your question for him in a comment on this post. We’ll choose three of those questions

Jesus' Eternal Scars

By Randy Alcorn | March 18, 2010
A recent commenter on my blog asked, After reading of Jesus' resurrection, and how He showed the disciples His scars on His hands as proof of who He was, my children asked if we'll have our scars in Heaven, too. What do you think?

Do you believe in guardian angels?

By Randy Alcorn | November 4, 2009
Scripture suggests there are guardian angels for children. Jesus says of children, "their angels behold the face of my Father," Matt. 18:10. Also, it appears there was one specific angel assigned to the apostle Peter ("his angel," Acts 12:15).

If God Is Good Q&A Video

By Randy Alcorn | October 15, 2009
If you missed today's Livestream video—which was a Q&A on my book If God Is Good—check out the embedded video in this blog. I enjoyed sharing a little about the book as well as answering the great, thought-provoking questions that viewers had.

Choosing a Christian College or Secular University

By Randy Alcorn | August 19, 2009
It's summertime, and many recent high school graduates will be starting college for the first time this fall. Other young people are beginning to look into which college they would like to attend in the next few years.

Why does God take some people to heaven so young?

By Randy Alcorn | August 12, 2009
When I first answered this question a few years ago, a friend was holding her eighteen-month-old son in her arms, waiting for him to breathe his last. She was praying over him, reading Psalms aloud, trying to comfort and prepare him—and herself—for what was to come.