I have been reading the best-selling Christian novel, The Shack, authored by William P. Young (2007). I am just about done reading it and I’m finding it extremely engaging and stimulating. I heard much about the book before but never ventured to get into it until recently. I heard the author speak at a conference I attended this winter and was impressed by his approach to spirituality. I have been challenged to view God in a more dynamic and engaging way than before. We tend to have a static God—a God who never changes. But the God that this portrayed in The Shack is different from the way we traditional Christians have often viewed God. It actually does theology in an extremely readable way that anyone can digest; however, it’s like a slow digestion taken in small bites. Some might find his portrayal of the personhoods of God as very unconventional–even bordering on the heretical.