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Jelani Greenidge

Kevin, I think your analysis is spot-on, and I'm glad you've taken the time to check it out. I posted recently about cultural flashpoints like The Shack, and how it's important to understand what it gets right as much as what it gets wrong.


Thanks for the warning. I've heard vaguely of it but didn't know much detail.

I usually try to keep up with the latest 'hot thing' going around. But I haven't heard anyone talking about this yet. Hopefully it'll fade quickly.

I kept up with 'The Da Vinci Code' and 'The Celestine Prophecy' and other things. Same old lies, shiney new packaging. There's nothing new under the sun.

Holly Greenidge

Thank you for the balanced perspective.

I think that this book is most appropriate for people who have solid theology (and are not easily confused or led astray), but who really struggle with the idea of suffering (or who feel distant from God because of their suffering).

I think this is a book that is truly for the heart.

I treasure the fierce protection of a pastor that keeps the wolves out. :)

That being said, there is a desperate need for this KIND of book within the church.

Creative people under solid teaching, RISE UP! Stir up the hearts of those who no longer trust God's heart. Stir up the imaginations of those who see God as someone who is distant. Revive the passion and imaginations of those who have lost hope!

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