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Product Details

  • Paperback: 603 pages
  • Publisher: Multnomah Books (May 1, 2006)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 1590525930
  • ISBN-13: 978-1590525937
  • Product Dimensions: 6 x 1.6 x 9 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 1.4 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Average Customer Review: 4.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (114 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #153,346 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)

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"Frank Muller gives a stunning performance in this rerelease of a thriller with a Christian message. Listeners will be captivated by his ability to characterize many different people and accents seamlessly. The story centers on African-American newspaper columnist Frank Abernathy, whose sister and niece are murdered. Frank struggles between his faith and his desire for revenge. His own life is threatened, and soon he doesn’t know who his true friends are. Racism, drugs, and gang life are all part of this riveting story. But there is also an underlying message of love and hope. An unforgettable story is delivered by a narrator with amazing talent, and listeners will find themselves challenged and uplifted." 
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About the Author

Randy Alcorn is the founder and director of Eternal Perspective Ministries. His novels include Deadline, Dominion, Edge of Eternity, Lord Foulgrin's Letters, The Ishbane Conspiracy, and Safely Home . He has written fourteen nonfiction books as well, including Heaven, The Treasure Principle, The Purity Principle, and The Grace and Truth Paradox . Randy and his wife, Nanci, live in Gresham, Oregon. They have two married daughters, Karina and Angela, and three grandchildren.

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Randy Alcorn is an author and the founder and director of Eternal Perspective Ministries (EPM), a nonprofit ministry dedicated to teaching principles of God's Word and assisting the church in ministering to the unreached, unfed, unborn, uneducated, unreconciled, and unsupported people around the world. His ministry focus is communicating the strategic importance of using our earthly time, money, possessions and opportunities to invest in need-meeting ministries that count for eternity. He accomplishes this by analyzing, teaching, and applying the biblical truth.

Before starting EPM in 1990, Randy served as a pastor for fourteen years. He has an MA degree in Biblical Studies from Multnomah University and an Honorary Doctorate from Western Seminary in Portland, Oregon and has taught on the adjunct faculties of both.

A New York Times bestselling author, Randy has written more than forty books, including Courageous, Heaven, The Treasure Principle, and the Gold Medallion winner Safely Home. His books in print exceed seven million and have been translated into over fifty languages. Randy has written for many magazines including EPM's issues-oriented magazine Eternal Perspectives. He is active daily on Facebook and Twitter, has been a guest on more than 700 radio, television and online programs including Focus on the Family, FamilyLife Today, Revive Our Hearts, The Bible Answer Man, and The Resurgence.

Randy resides in Gresham, Oregon, with his wife, Nanci. They have two married daughters and are the proud grandparents of five grandsons. Randy enjoys hanging out with his family, biking, tennis, research, and reading.

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I really liked the characters in the book.
Barry Gill
It is the most thought provoking book I have read in a long time.
Cozy Girl
It presents a beautiful theology of God and Heaven.
Kyle Lassiter

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46 of 46 people found the following review helpful By Bruce Parsons on February 11, 2000
Format: Paperback
As an awe-struck reader of Deadline, I felt I had to read Dominion, even though I knew that sequels are usually not near as good as the original. This book develops Clarence, who was an obscure character from the first novel, into someone everyone can know and love. While much ties in to the first book, we are spared syrupy coincidences so common to much "christian" fiction.
This book is spell-binding, exciting, and compelling. As one who reads much fiction from the "other side" as well, this stacks up with Grisham's best, and proves that you can have a good novel with professional technique, believable characters, and frank portrayals, without even using one of the puerile off-color words that even Grisham considers necessary for a sell. It would stand alone as a detective novel; it would stand alone as a social commentary; it would stand alone as an allegorical fantasy. The fact that it can do all three at once makes it a book that would be unique, had the first one not done so also.
The murder mystery was actually more intricate, more interesting than the first one. The glimpses of heaven bogged me down just slightly, though Alcorn has made me think like I never thought before. I still think I can wait at least a thousand years before I sit under a verbose C.S. Lewis explaining things to me.
For those who thought the first book was too "right wing," I challenge anyone to say that about this one. Alcorn camps in the liberals' back yard and shows them some truth they should have thought about before. This was the best book on race relations that any Christian has ever written, and I marvel that he could create such a believable Black character. Clarence's dad is a treasure, too, and I found that I wish I could have spent a morning fishing with him like Manny got to do.
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25 of 25 people found the following review helpful By Eric Wilson TOP 1000 REVIEWER on May 22, 2001
Format: Paperback
Randy Alcorn writes fiction with more lessons than a month of Sunday sermons. Although bordering on preachiness at times, he manages to work the lessons in around a detailed and believable plot, thus allowing us to swallow the medicine he delivers. Through the eyes of a black reporter in Portland, OR, Alcorn tells a mystery revolving around the murder of one of the reporter's relatives. The story, though heavy and thought-provoking, gives glimpses of hope and the rewards of the hereafter.
In "Dominion," Alcorn tackles racism head on. I, like the characters in the book, live in Oregon, but Alcorn really opened my eyes to the reality of this issue still present in our society. He doesn't retreat from the tough questions, he faces them with wisdom and courage. He refuses to whitewash the skin issue; instead, he shows us that love does see color, and learns to appreciate others for their differences. By acting color blind, we only reveal our deep-seeded prejudice and miss out on the beauty of God's colorful creation.
Alcorn's writing is tight and well-characterized. In particular, his ghetto and gang scenes are effective without resorting to profanity. The book is long, but worth the effort. The rewards are there in every way, and the story will linger in your mind for a long time.
A mystery? Yes. A treatise on respect for all races? Yes. A great read? Yes. Alcorn, again, delivers with tough and timely storytelling.
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13 of 13 people found the following review helpful By Wolfe Moffat on February 10, 2005
Format: Paperback
This book had the heart rate going a few times! Man, Randy Alcorn knows how to keep your attention! He also knows how to lift the spirit, than let us know who is in charge and why.

He takes a friend of journalist, Jake Woods, and gives us that is just as equal to "Deadline"! We join Clarence Abernathy in his search for justice. He teams up with Ollie Chandler, who seems to be a hick. But the two forge an unforgettable friendship, as well as a good team! This book takes you into the heart of racism, then power drives it with a force that can't be stopped. I really liked how Obadiah (Clarence's father) simply talked about the good old days, especially the part about Negro League Baseball. He talks about Hank Aaron along with Cool Papa Bell, and tells about the earth shattering home runs of Josh Gibson. You read baseball books, you know this isn't just made up stuff. We are also given verses of "Amazing Grace" and other tunes that just light up your world, and God's world! To make matters more interesting and more sumptuous, he gives a tempting decription of home cooking, with more than just corn bread and chicken!

Alcorn writes something that probably won't be popular with all audiences, but he doesn't have to worry about that. This was never a skin issue, but a SIN issue, and when it comes down to it, when does it end? What will the body of Christ do about it? More heart pounding illustrations from Randy Alcorn make "Dominion" demanded to be read, today and tomorrow. It is why he is one of the best out there! Well done!
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10 of 11 people found the following review helpful By Cozy Girl on January 19, 1999
Format: Paperback
Dominion was recommended to my husband and I the summer of 1997 by some dear friends. My husband read it first and was deeply moved. I could not wait to start it. Once I did, I had a very hard time putting it down. This book came into our lives at a very significant time. We had lost our oldest son in May 1996 in the Valujet crash in the Everglades and the wound was still very fresh and painful. Mr. Alcorn's descriptions of heaven and the beauty of his words gave us great comfort as well as a release for our tears. My husband, who is a minister, has never been a fan of Christian fiction, but he found this book to be sound theologically. We both HIGHLY recommend the book to anyone who has a loved one waiting on them in Heaven. It is the most thought provoking book I have read in a long time.
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