The Shack Revisited: There Is More Going On Here than You Ever Dared to Dream Paperback – 11 Oct 2012
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Baxter has taken on the incredible task of exploring the nature and character of the God who met me in my own shack... If you found hope and encouragement through THE SHACK, this book will help you take more steps in knowing the love of Papa, Sarayu and Jesus. (Wm Paul Young, author of THE SHACK)
'If you want to understand better the perspectives and theology that frame THE SHACK, this book is for you.' - Paul Young, author of THE SHACKSee all Product Description
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This book, `The Shack Revisited' is an excellent exposition of `Trinitarian theology' which everyone would benefit from reading, but especially those Christians (particularly from the Conservative Evangelical wing of the church) who, whether they realize it or not, are as Rahner describes above Trinitarian in name but not in practice.
For me Baxter Kruger's writings are the most accessible of any `Trinitarian' theologian. Although a scholar of standing himself, Baxter has the ability to explain deep and complex matters simply (a rare gift in a theologian). Standing on the shoulders of giants like St Athanasius, Karl Barth, the Torrance brothers, C.S.Lewis and others, he clearly expounds the wonderful truths of our `inclusion in Christ'. Against the background of `The Shack' Baxter visits every important aspect of Trinitarian theology, including Incarnation and Atonement in a way which every one with a mind to can access and understand. Baxter's writings have revolutionised my own understanding of Christian faith, and I write as a 65 year old Christian and an ordained Church of England minister of some 40 years standing.Read more ›
The beginning is both shocking and slow stick with it and you will find the treasure.
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Really gets you thinking i loved the shack this one explains the meaning..interesting readPublished 21 days ago by Anon
One persons theological views on the book written by someone elsePublished 3 months ago by J Whitney
Agood follow up to the Shack. Made it easier to understand what was going on in the Shack.Published 3 months ago by Gracie Junior
Good book, although there are long passages where 'The Shack" is not mentioned.Published 4 months ago by REVEREND CANON CARLA I HAMPTON
I found the book to be halfway between a proper and scholarly work of theology, and a popular sermon which was not what I was hoping for. Read morePublished 5 months ago by E. Go