Disclaimer: this is not meant to be a religious debate; (Should it become one, I will most likely request that this thread be closed... so please respect that! Thanks. ^.^) healthy discussion on or about both spiritual and religious concepts is not only invited but encouraged. However, the main focus of this thread should be the book that will be discussed hereafter. If you have read this book as well, please share about your experience; if you will be revealing any plot details, please mark those posts with spoiler warnings and/or use the spoiler code. Thank you! =)
The Shack by William Paul Young is a very intriguing read, even if you don't identify yourself with Christianity. I finished it this last week; I was very impressed... I didn't know what to expect when I started reading it.
I thought that it was written rather well, myself. The plot was interesting, and the characters were believable. It also gave me a lot to think about; I will expand on that a little bit after I reflect upon my experience(s) a bit more. What I will say at this point is that I found this book to be both bold and profound, if not enlightening. It took some of the things that I just couldn't wrap my mind around and made them so obvious that I could have slapped myself for not seeing any of it before.
At this point, I'll go ahead and open this thread up to discussion: thoughts?