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Post-Shack Christianity: The Lesson We Must Learn About Vigilant Discernment

“For close to a decade, a few discerning Christians have been warning about The Shack,” says Gideon Knox. “Unlike other books that are equally as bad, this one even attracted the ire of more prominent men like [Albert] Mohler and [Tim] Challies. And yet, few listened.” Dr. Mohler charged that the book contains “undiluted heresy.” […]

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Should I listen to haters who hate The Shack?

Why in the world would Christians ruin a perfectly great movie with their criticisms and negativity? Finally there is a film about forgiveness that helps people think in an out-of-the-box way about God, so why can’t they just leave well enough alone? Those are the questions you may be asking, and if you follow this […]

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Christian books: It’s not “just fiction”

For those who may not know the reasons discerning Christians consider the best-selling book The Shack heretical, Elizabeth Prata of The End Time has some information to share. As Amy Spreeman pointed out in her blog post “The Shack” to be the next blasphemous blockbuster film there are more than a dozen heresies in the book. The theological […]

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“The Shack,” with film pending, called “greatest deception” to church “in the last 200 years”

(Christian Examiner, By Michael Foust) — An evangelical seminary professor is calling The Shack the “greatest deception foisted on the church in the last 200 years” and urging Christian leaders to speak out against it ahead of its release as a movie. James B. DeYoung, professor of New Testament language and literature at Western Seminary in […]

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In Case You Still Aren’t Sure About The Shack and Its Author . . .

  In case you still aren’t sure about William Paul Young and his book The Shack—in case you still have some doubts as to whether Young is really of a New Age/New Spirituality persuasion—in case after reading articles at Lighthouse Trails revealing Young’s anti-biblical views on atonement and the Cross—and in case after reading Warren […]

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