I read The Shack shortly after it was released. A dear friend suggested it to me—and I read it cover to cover on a flight from Portland to North Carolina. I won’t lie: I was drawn in by the story. As a woman who has struggled square suffering with the goodness of God, The Shack touched my heart. William “Paul” Young did a great job of showing the grace and love of God—His heart for a hurting and lost world. That said, I could never recommend the book or the movie to anyone unless I was prepared to have the conversation I’m having with you today on the podcast. Listen in!
Tim Challies – Why I Won’t Be Seeing or Reviewing The Shack
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