The book tries to answer many questions regarding God and his existence some of the questions being the following: where is God in a world so full of tragedy, and does, he use pain and misfortune to change other people? Mack experiences three different forms of God, The Holy Trinity. They change and shape him into a person who. For Durkheim, this divine force is actually society; it is an all-powerful, moral force that holds together the collective group.
The Shack by William P. Young | Hachette Book Group
The need for this has been brought about by a disjointed network with no connectivity to each site. Reading the book, The Shack, has helped me to have a new understanding on the topic. There are a couple ways that I can relate my faith life to this book too. I can relate to the painful event that the main character, Mack, experiences at the start of the story. Also, I currently relate with how he feels throughout the story and the struggles he has gone through.
The book, it seems, is becoming a hit and especially so among students and among those who are part of the Emergent Church. In the past few weeks many concerned readers have written to ask if I would be willing to read it and to provide a review. Because I am always interested in books that are popular among Christians, I was glad to comply.