By February 7, 2010A play based on Randy Alcorn's book, Safely Home. |
By February 7, 2010I agree it would be better to say “Last Adam” and I will be making this change in a future edition to eliminate any confusion. |
By February 7, 2010Without a doubt, in terms of their global impact the two most significant countries on the planet are China and the United States. As recent events have shown, the countries have a profoundly uneasy relationship. | Safely Home is a tale of two countries, embodied in two men, Ben Fielding and Li Quan. These characters and their families came alive for me, and I pray they will for readers too.
You include a lot of Scripture in your books, sometimes even in your fiction. And you also talk about different doctrines and theology. Is that necessary?
By February 7, 2010Yes, it is. There are a lot of doctrines (beliefs/teachings) in this world, including doctrines of cultures, institutions and personal opinion. There’s a lot of false doctrine, and good doctrine is the only correction to it. |
You said in your Heaven book that only God will be infinite in Heaven. What is the difference between infinite and eternal?
By February 7, 2010The word “infinite,” in Christian theology, has meant “without limit.” “Eternal” means everlasting, without end. |
By February 7, 2010If there is a plane crash in which all 345 passengers die isn’t it accurate to say “Many died in that plane crash”? (If Christ died for everyone, for billions of people, that certainly qualifies as many.) Now if someone said, “many, but not all, died in that plane crash” that would be different. |
By February 7, 2010Hay un largo trecho entre la importancia del Cielo en el plan eterno de Dios y el conocimiento que tienen los que un día habitarán en él. Debido a nuestra interpretación errónea del estado eterno, utilizamos perspectivas equivocadas para lo que significará ver a Dios o estar con Él. |
By February 5, 2010Because the inspired writers chose their words to communicate meaning to specific audiences, the interpreter seeks to understand the text as it would most likely have been understood by its original readers |
By February 5, 2010Heaven isn’t a place of confusion, but clarity. |
By February 5, 2010The most challenging nonfiction has been | Heaven. The most challenging fiction has been Dominion.