Meeting God at the Shack: A Journey Into Spiritual Recovery John Mark Hicks Author
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William P. Young’s The Shack became a national bestseller in 2008 and as of July 2009 had sold 7.2 million copies. It has remained on the New York Bestsellers list for more than a year. More importantly, it has touched the hearts of many hurting people. At the same time it has been the object of hostile attacks from those who believe the novel undermines Christian orthodoxy.I think the question this parable addresses is this: How do wounded people come to believe that God really is especially fond of them?Only after reading the book through this lens are we able to understand how Young uses some rather unconventional metaphors to deepen his point. My interest is to unfold the story of recovery in The Shack as I experienced it through my own journey. So, I invite you to walk with me through the maze of grief, hurt, and pain as we, through experiencing Mackenzie’s shack, face our own “shacks.”


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