By October 3, 2009The next generation is fortunate to stand on the shoulders of men like Randy Alcorn, who addresses life's biggest questions with biblical wisdom and a pastor's heart. |
By May 3, 2010Randy Alcorn teaches from 1 Timothy 6 at the Eternal Perspective Ministries February staff meeting. Message addresses the false doctrine of "health and wealth gospel." |
By February 17, 2011At a book signing at Lifeway Christian Bookstore in Beaverton, Randy Alcorn answered a variety of questions. In this clip, he answers the question, "What have been your experiences with spiritual warfare?" |
By May 26, 2010In this 53 minute clip, Randy Alcorn Dr. Wayne Grudem speak on the theme "Between Heaven and Earth" at the April 2010 Clarus Conference. This is one of two messages given by Randy at the conference. |
How can some good, moral people not accept Christ and go to Hell, while other sinful people convert and go to Heaven?
By September 12, 2012|
Question from a reader:A friend has asked me this question: How is it that someone who lives a good and moral life will go to Hell while another person who has lived a very sinful life, but repents at the last moment, will go to Heaven? Can you help me know how to explain the answer?
By October 8, 2010In this five-minute clip, Randy talks about how the Christian worldview is the only worldview that stays true to the realities that we observe around us, and shares some thoughts that could be helpful to a Christian who wants to address the inadequacies of the naturalistic worldview. |
By December 17, 2009“We know that all things work together for good to them that love God.” The Christian does not merely hold this as a theory, but he knows it as a matter of fact. |
By April 30, 2010Randy discusses the problem of evil and suffering in our belief in an all-knowing, all-good, all-powerful God. This interview is provided courtesy of Moody Radio’s Prime Time America. www.PrimeTimeAmerica.org |
By May 16, 2011|
I am currently going through a season of renewed suffering after a brief respite in the midst of many years of intractable pain...and frankly was struggling to accept God's purposes in allowing my suffering to be reintroduced in my life. I found comfort in this booklet as well as some chagrin that I had even questioned the purposes and wisdom of our amazing God.
By March 15, 2011In this audio clip, Randy Alcorn explains Romans 8:28. |