Dear ShackBible readers,
You may have noticed that The Shack Bible approaches “end-times” stuff a little differently than what some of us are used to. For an example, look at my paraphrase of Matthew 24 and compare it to what you hear on Christian radio. Anyway, The Shack itself doesn’t really address this topic. But there is a coherent vision of God behind it all, and I have tried to take that way of thinking and use it to approach the various biblical texts that talk about this kind of thing.
Just in case this sort of thing is interesting to some of you (and even though I know many of you would find this to be a total snooze), I just posted on the Trinity and Humanity blog about how I read the “end-timey” parts of the Bible, and how I think it fits with the theology behind The Shack.
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