Thinking Out Loud

December 18, 2008

An Even Better Interview with Shack Author Paul Young

Filed under: books, Christianity, theology — Tags: , , , , — paulthinkingoutloud @ 6:36 pm

sheridan-voseyshack-promoI thought I’d heard some good stuff from Wm. Paul Young, author of The Shack on Drew Marshall’s various interviews with him, but Australian Sheridan Voysey, host of Open House on Hope 103.2* contains some great clarification on those issues in the books which have caused controversy.   Voysey clearly doesn’t buy-in entirely on every aspect of the popular title, but is also very affirming on most of the book’s content.   On his part, Young is clearly at home paul-young1on this interview and gives solid scripture background for elements of the story.   This is one of the few downloads I listened to twice.

You can download the podcast or listen online here.

Upper Photo: Author, speaker and broadcaster Sheridan Voysey explores life, faith and culture from a Christian perspective. Sheridan Voysey is author of Unseen Footprints: Encountering the Divine Along the Journey of Life (Scripture Union, 2005). Visit Sheridan’s personal website The Thought Factory. Lower Photo: Shack author William “Paul” Young

*103.2?  That last number is even, not odd.   Does Australia use a different FM frequency spacing than we do in North America?   That can’t be right; because we listen to 96.5 in Brisbane online.  That’s an odd number in the decimal place.  What’s their system?

NOTE: The article Paul Young refers to in the interview, “The Beauty of Ambiguity (Mystery)” is available on his webpage, WindRumors.com (American spelling of rumor) and can be linked here.

1 Comment »

  1. […] 1661 and 1662.   See also the post on my personal blog a few days ago (linked at right, or direct linked here)  about an Australian radio show podcast, which I consider one of the finest treatments of the […]

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