Lesbian ‘queer theory’ feminist professor finds the Christian faith

There’s much more to this article than you might think. It’s well worth reading.

Book Review: Is “The Shack” good reading for Catholics?


Unfortunately, I quickly encountered one serious theological error after another–and a surprising number of editorial mistakes. The problem, however, is that one has to frequently read the book with a critical eye in order to catch the seriousness of many of these concerns.

Sadly, there is not space enough to address everything I would like–from the feminine representation of God the Father to the narrative blunder when it comes to Mack’s recognition of the shack in the note. This review will provide more than a half dozen major reasons why it’s definitely time to tear down The Shack, a rambling sermon in the guise of a story, and why it’s also just as important to to take a stand against the modernism so clearly reflected in its pages. (Read the whole review -pdf)

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