Dominion

Dominion

by Randy Alcorn

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Dominion 4.6 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 18 reviews.
Prayer-warrior More than 1 year ago
After DEADLINE, I wanted more of Randy Alcorn's fiction based on the scriptures. I wanted to see a more spiritual perspective on life & got it again in DOMINION. With some characters from DEADLINE continuing on in DOMINION, this plot jump-starts & quickly is hard to put down. Being an artist myself, the description of having 'glimpses' of Heaven while we are here on earth intrigued me. After reading this book, one morning, a color of 'unexplainable flecks of gold' on my horse's winter coat made me think about what my "place prepared for (me)" in Heaven would hold, what colors besides what we see here would be there. That's Alcorn's purpose isn't it? to point us to eternaty & what will really matter? How we treat others & / or judge them, especially relating to race is also presented in this book. That point alone is worth the value of a read. This is another great book that not only will 'entertain' you, but goes much deeper than surface fiction into spiritual & faith matters as the plot unfolds, & characters interact. This book established Randy Alcorn as a favorite author.
Guest More than 1 year ago
One can not help but feel convicted when reading this. We all prejudge each other. Only by the grace of a loving and forgiving God, can we learn to forgive ourselves, like Clarance did, and the others around us. We can't let sterotypes and old wounds keep hurting the body.
Guest More than 1 year ago
anything by randy alcorn is most excellent. this book opened my eyes to the biblical history of the black race. they dominate the bible in so many places right from the very beginning. thank you randy
reeread on LibraryThing More than 1 year ago
A pretty hefty read. Heavier than 'Deadline' and not as much action to move the story along. For a novel, it is a comprehensive look at racial prejudice against African Americans in America. Similar theme of heaven and what it might be like as in 'Deadline'. Enjoyed the references to 'The Chronicles of Narnia' and C.S. Lewis. The storyline of Ty and his gang involvement moves to the forefront early on in the book, is full of action and dilemma, but then completely disappears until close to the end. I spent a lot of the second half wondering where he was and what was happening to him. Jake, Janet and Carly reappear and their story continues to develop.
ELynette1 on LibraryThing More than 1 year ago
Another great read by Randy Alcorn!
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Guest More than 1 year ago
I appreciate great fiction, especially when it's thought-provoking and always surprising. Randy Alcorn is truly a gifted writer and Pastor. Dominion shows the challenges of the races in realistic fashion, paralleling it with God's command that believers are to have dominion over the earth.