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Resources: Randy's Books

Dominion on Death Row

While Randy was writing his novel Dominion, several people gathered together more than once to pray not only for Randy’s strength and perseverance but for the eternal impact it would have on people’s lives. God is faithfully answering those prayers hundreds and thousands of times over. This is just one of the stories.

mailI received a phone call from a woman named Novella in Leavenworth, Kansas. Sixteen years ago she was a stay-at-home mom and was looking for a way to reach out. She made contact with a death row prison ministry and began writing to a man ...

ProLife Answers to ProChoice Arguments: Introduction

ProLife Answers to  ProChoice ArgumentsWhen I wrote the first edition of this book in the early 1990s, I wanted to supply people with a carefully researched, highly useable resource. I had no idea the impact it would have. The book sold over 75,000 copies, a huge number for a book on this subject. Most importantly, it has been repeatedly used by thousands of people in their attempts to speak up for those who cannot speak for themselves.  Many prolife groups use the book to train their volunteers and their speakers. College ethics classes use it as a textbook. I have received letters from hundreds of high school and college students who’ve used the book to help them prepare speeches or write term papers and editorials for their school newspapers. I’ve spoken to three thousand public high school students at a single convention, distributing free copies of the book, which they eagerly snatched up. Pastors have asked to use it in their sermons, people write and ask if they can use it to construct letters to newspapers, family members, and representatives. (The answer is always yes.)

Lord Foulgrin’s Letters: “Let’s Talk Fiction” Interview

Know your God. Know yourself. Know your enemy. I pray Lord Foulgrin’s Letters helps you better know each.

One Family Responds to Safely Home

When the night ended, they had enough money in hand to provide over 4,100 Bibles to the people of China.

How Can We Know That We’ll Go to Heaven?

For every American polled who thinks they are going to Hell, there are 120 who think theyre going to Heaven. Author Randy Alcorn explains that Heaven isnt our default destination and that specific preparation must be made if we are to safely arrive in Heaven.

A recent poll indicated that for every American who believes he or she is going to Hell, there are 120 who believe theyre going to Heaven.

Theology of Money: Syllabus

The Theology of Money class, taught by Randy Alcorn at Western Seminary in June 2007, is now available in its entirety on DVD. Visit the EPM shopping cart to order.

Randy Alcorn, Instructor, THS 564J: June 8-9, 2007, Western Seminary, Portland, OR


Money, Possessions and Eternity, Randy Alcorn, revised and updated version (Tyndale House, 2003), 476 pages. Note: the original edition was 1989, but it has been substantially changed.

Required reading, available online: Money: The Currency of Christian Hedonism, John Piper, 9 printed pages. This is available in a booklet form from Generous Giving of Chattanooga, Tenn., 2005 ...

Heaven for Kids: A story from Randy

I give away lots of books to people I come across, believing God gives me divine appointments every day.

Heaven doesn’t fit popular stereotypes

The popular notion of the “sweet by and by” is often one of clouds, pain-free bliss and not much else—except for the occasional angel floating by with a harp. If one’s idea of eternity is a happy pill, such an image might be appealing.

Author Randy Alcorn, in his bestselling book Heaven, illustrates contemporary Christianity’s failure in teaching on eternal life by quoting a pastor who admitted: “I can’t stand the thought of that endless tedium. To float around in the clouds with nothing to do but strum a harp ... it’s all so terribly boring. Heaven doesn’t sound much better than hell. I’d rather be annihilated than spend eternity in a place like that.”

Heaven: An Interview with The Outlook

HeavenThe Outlook: What motivated you to write on the subject of Heaven? How long did it take to research Heaven?

I heard countless people, including a pastor friend who’s a grad of our school, make negative comments about heaven, about dreading and fearing heaven. It grieved and confused me. And it motivated me to clean the slate of my long-held assumptions (largely based on the assumptions of pastors and teachers and writers) and try to study what Scripture actually said.

I found this subject fascinating. I began reading books on Heaven, many of them out of print. Many ...

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