God, the Bible and the Shack
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About "God, the Bible and the Shack"
Millions of readers of William Paul Young's The Shack want to know, Is God really that good? Is this the same God we find in the Bible or not? Is the Trinity really like what we find in the novel? And what about evil in the world? How much does The Shack help us understand why it exists and how God deals with it? Here are clear, insightful responses to the questions so many people want answers to.
Meet the Authors
Gary Deddo (Ed)
Gary Deddo, Ph.D. (systematic theology under James B. Torrance, University of Aberdeen) is an acquisitions editor for InterVarsity Press. Before that he was an associate director for InterVarsity Christian Fellowship's ministry to graduate students, with national, regional and local campus responsibilities (in Southern California and in Princeton, New Jersey).
Deddo is an ordained Presbyterian minister (PCUSA) and has also served as campus chaplain at two universities. During the past six years he has taught systematic theology as an adjunct professor at Fuller Theological Seminary, Eastern Baptist Theological Seminary (now Palmer Theological Seminary) and Eastern University.
He has written a number of articles for journals such as The Scottish Journal of Theology and The Evangelical Quarterly. His book Karl Barth's Theology of Relations: Trinitarian, Christological and Human: Towards an Ethic of the Family is published with Peter Lang. With his wife, Cathy, Deddo also wrote George MacDonald: A Devotional Guide to His Writings with Selections (St Andrew Press, 1996). Most recently they have writtenGod, the Bible and the Shack.
Cathy Deddo is co-author of God, the Bible and The Shack with her husband Dr Gary Deddo., Senior Acquisitions Editor with InterVarsity Press, USA
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