Are you my God?
For all its controversy, in the end, The Shack isn’t controversial enough.
My deep suspicion as I read through Young’s book, is that if our culture was going to create a god it felt comfortable with, she/he would look a lot like the God of The Shack: God the gentle therapist, infinitely concerned with . . . → Read More: The Shack – a review – part 3
If read well, The Shack is worth reading. As far as endorsements go, mine is perhaps less ringing than Eugene Peterson’s, but it goes beyond Mark Driscoll’s encouragement not to read The Shack at all.
So what do I mean?
Those most negative of The Shack draw out in fine detail its points of theological inadequacy, of which . . . → Read More: The Shack – Review – Part 2
Below are links to a recent discussion about abortion between Mike Huckabee (former governor of Arkanas and Republican presidential nominee) and Jon Stewart (host of The Daily Show). These two form somewhat of an odd couple; they clearly have a lot of respect for each other and even, it seems, enjoy each others company, but disagree wildly about most political . . . → Read More: The Daily Show on abortion
Who would have thought that a book about a guy having a conversation with God in a rundown shack would be such a phenomenon. But that’s exactly what William P. Young’s The Shack is, a phenomenon – 55 weeks on the New York Times Bestseller List, over three million copies sold and all this from a . . . → Read More: The Shack – Review – part 1