Title, Koliba Biblioteka Graham Greene. Authors, William P. Young, Wayne Jacobsen, Brad Cummings. Translated by, Filip Krenus. Publisher, Ljevak, Get this from a library! Koliba: gde se tragedija sukobljava sa večnošću. [William P Young; Wayne Jacobsen; Brad Cummings; Nenad Dropulić]. Get this from a library! Koliba: gde se tragedija sukobljava sa večnošću.. [William P Young].

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He wrote it to share his views and theology with his children and it got around and became a book. Both the descriptions and dialogue don’t ring true to me. Though I agree God is love and that Jesus will travel any road to find us, I really disliked his portrayal of the Trinity. And it was published by a virtually unknown publishing house. I could point out that in this book ‘God’ is a black woman, Jesus is a middle eastern Jew with a big nose Mac believed he was supposed to be good looking While most of my friends seem to have a love or hate relationship with this book, I can’t say that I do.

A brain tumour leaves his body in a coma and his soul, or maybe his spirit the book did explain the difference but not in a way I could Only the second book by Wm Paul Young, author of surprise bestseller The Shack, Cross Roads is an incredibly complex and ambitious book which needs to be read slowly, carefully and thoughtfully, and ideally with a notepad to hand.

I read this years ago -during the hype. Want to Read Currently Reading Read. Not only is this book popular, but it puts the conversation with God center stage and this conversation carries the majority of the book.


Jesus is not systematically opposed to order. A story well put together that deals with free will, faith, fear, love, religion, family, and trust.

I’d like to write a more thorough review when I have time. The Shack by William Paul Young. Or, have you put words in the authors mouth without asking him his intentions? I willia, I really did, to read this book.

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Nonetheless, this was a well written book which held us a lesson about opening ourselves to love, vulnerability and faith. A cold self absorbed man with no friends and no desire for them goes through an experience of God that changes him for ever, Its a little like Scrooge in Dickens Christmas Carol where the change is achieved in an unbelievably fast time but is an allegory of the growth towards God that is possible for us during life. Please re-enter recipient e-mail address es.

After letting several friends read the book he was urged to publish it for the general public. If I may prove my case, do you think that humans were designed to live in the present or the past or the future? No trivia or quizzes yet. May 21, Elaine rated it it was amazing Shelves: I just might not understand the context. Well, there’s a dead child in Cross Roads too, and a shack, and three very familiar spiritual characters interacting with the father of that child, conveying creative concepts by means of very complex and lengthy sermons.

Paul telling us to be imitato I had to read this for book club and I did not like it. And for sure I do not dwell in the future you visualize or imagine. Still, Cross Roads is worth a read for the theological insights. Someone with a more liberal viewpoint will appreciate this book even more than I did. Don’t miss out on this. The Shack is a book you will thank yourself for reading. Videos About This Book. Mack is puzzled by the note—he has had no relationship with his abusive father since he left home at age If he doesn’t, what is he apologizing for in the great forgiveness sequence?


Partly because I respected the friends who recommended it and partly because this is the author’s first book.

WorldCat is the world’s largest library catalog, helping you find library materials online. Which touches on the assistance of the Saints and their help with our journey a very un-protestant doctrine which he may have unwittingly ventured into, of which I approve very much.

Your list has reached the maximum number of items. In fact its made me want to reread the Shack aswell.

Koliba : gde se tragedija sukobljava sa večnošću.

I couldn’t let it go. Just accept it for what it is and enjoy! At the start of the book he’s ambitious, sociopathic and paranoid. However, on the whole, it just wasn’t, in my personal opinion, a very good book. It simply is not possible. After spending the weekend at the shack, Mack leaves and is so preoccupied with his thoughts that he is nearly killed in an automobile accident.

I listened to an interview with the author. In The Shack Young gave us a picture of his theology by encapsulating it in story.