The Shack, a novel by William P. Young, is one of the best selling books on Amazon. It’s a guy-meets-God story that has been praised by the likes of Michael W. Smith and Eugene Peterson for combining “the imagination of a writer and the passion of a theologian.”
In a recent sermon titled Trinity: God Is pastor Mark Driscoll, of Mars Hill Church in Seattle, used his critique of the book to illustrate examples of wrong thinking about the Trinity, and the need for proper understanding of one of Christianity’s core doctrines.
Here’s what he had to say, what do you think?: