Wm. Paul Young’s best selling novel turned movie, “The Shack,” has stirred almost as much controversy in the church as Donald Trump’s election as President. Most Christians either love it or hate it, depending on how “religious” their personal beliefs happen to be.
So which is it? A heretical treatment of the Godhead and fundamental Biblical theology, or a feel-good story of one man’s painful journey toward a meaningful relationship with the Lord?