Randy Alcorn's Blog: sanctity of life

The Master’s Touch: Paintings by Ron DiCianni

By Randy Alcorn | July 27, 2012
I first met artist Ron DiCianni many years ago at the Christian Bookseller’s Convention (now called ICRS). He has become a good friend over the years, and I thank God for a brother who uses his gifts well.

Disabled Children and Our Cultural Blindspot

By Randy Alcorn | March 21, 2012
As far back as the 1980's, I read about a survey of pediatricians in which 3/4 said they would abort if knew they were going to have a Down Syndrome Child. Another survey of pediatricians and pediatric surgeons re­vealed that more than two out of three would go along with parents’ wishes to deny life-saving surgery to a child with Down syndrome.

Doctors Recommended that Tim Tebow Be Aborted

By Randy Alcorn | January 13, 2012
This is a follow-up on my Wednesday blog about Tim Tebow messing up my plans this week. You’ve heard about the fact that John 3:16, Tebow’s favorite verse, was Googled more than anything else after his victory Sunday.

A Human Non-Person?

By Randy Alcorn | December 16, 2011
In his excellent blog, Justin Taylor quotes from J. P. Moreland on the issue of whether someone can be human but not a person, a distinction used by pro-abortion and pro-euthanasia advocates to justify taking human lives.