Quote from William Young – The Shack

Quote from William Young – The Shack

I had read about 100 pages of The Shack before I went away for the weekend. At this point I was struggling with the concept of reading a fictional story which was written as if it was a real story and deliberately blurs the line between reality and fantasy. (Perhaps I...

Book Review : The Shack

The Shack by William Young (Windblown Media, 2007) is a novel, written as if it were a true story. The story begins three or four years after the death of Mackenzie Phillip’s youngest daughter who was abducted and murdered. Mackenzie is stuck in his grief and...
Quote from William Young – The Shack

Quote from William Young

“The real underlying flaw in your life, Mackenzie, is that you don’t think I am good. If you knew I was good and that everything – the means, the ends, and all the processes of individual lives – is all covered by my goodness, then while you...