Reflections on The Shack: A Topical Discussion by Women From Different Walks of Life - eBook
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|Format: DRM Free ePub|
Vendor: Destiny Image
Publication Date: 2009
Availability: In Stock
Series: Powder Room
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Reflections from The Powder Room is an enjoyable discussion of The Shack as seen through the diva senses of four diverse women who meet again in the Powder Room online chat space. This unofficial companion guide exposes the real life side of The Shack and discuss: Relationships good, bad, ugly. Spiritual life natural and supernatural. Family life functional and dysfunctional. Their quirky selves. Whether you are a Christian, a nonbeliever, or a not-sure-about-religion person, these conversations will keep you smiling,and thinking long after you have closed the Powder Room door behind you.
Daniel Thompson1 Stars Out Of 5October 21, 2009Daniel ThompsonI simply can't believe this. Another knock-off of Young's work. But this one is a "sugar and spice" about a book on kidnapping, rape, mutilation, and murder? Did these authors read Young's work? Apparently not.
Charles Dogwood1 Stars Out Of 5October 21, 2009Charles DogwoodRidiculous book. The Shack discusses child rape, mutilation, and murder. You're feeding off a freenzy of fools with "wit, humor, and thoughtfulness". Please!