The Shack

The Shack by William Paul Young was recommended to me by friends suffering in bereavement.  It's a book for those who have suffered great loss, especially an untimely one, who are looking for answers in their faith.  Strict doctrinists might disagree with some of the theological interpretations presented, but it's still a comforting piece of Christian fiction/guidance for those who need it.

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