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Earl Marshall

The Shack

200px-Shackover I just finished reading William P. Young’s “The Shack”.  This is a beautiful conflicting book of longing masterfully written and will leave you with wondering what might be for your own life.  The story revolves around Mack who has lost his young daughter tragically and all the pain and questions of God that come with the uncertainly of life experienced.  This is well worth the read and could very well awaken great hopes within your own heart for what could be in your relationship with God.

This book is a great blend of emotion and knowledge.  Young weaves theology in and out of the story.  In fact reading this book may be a more meaningful way to teach Theology Proper.  This will probably be one of those books I read again and again.

3 Comments

  1. The Shack

    William P. Young has written a dangerous book. It shouldn’t have been possible to write this one. I first heard about it from my friend Earl who said, “This will probably be one of those books I read again…

  2. The Shack

    William P. Young has written a dangerous book. It shouldn’t have been possible to write this one. I first heard about it from my friend Earl who said, “This will probably be one of those books I read again…

  3. A weekend with the author of The Shack

    You may have heard of The Shack, a little indie novel that’s been getting a lot of attention recently. I first heard about it from my friend Earl, and gave it a short review here. Internet Monk was positive, but…

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