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Title, Koliba Zbirka Žepnice / Mladinska knjiga. Author, William P. Young. Translated by, Ljubica Klančar. Publisher, Mladinska knjiga, ISBN, This Pin was discovered by Dreadlocks Split by salon Neva. Discover (and save!) your own Pins on Pinterest. Questions About Koliba. by William Paul Young. Reader Q&A. To ask other readers questions about Koliba, please sign up.

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I avoided his best-seller, The Shack, when everyone in my congregation was reading it and my wife was telling me how good it was. Lepota ove knjige nije u tome sto ona daje lake odgovore na mucna pitanja, nego u tome sto vas poziva blize Bogu milosrdja i ljubavi, u kome nalazimo nadu i isceljenje.

Young’s Eve was released on September 15, by Howard Books. It is also similar in its approach to reconciling or undoing psychological trauma around grief. Good and bad happens to everyone. Jan 30, Gerard Kelly rated it really liked it. Obviously I didn’t try too hard to be calm and subdued in my praise because one can see that I rated it 5 stars; however, I think I will start with why I don’t think it is a 5-star book.


Thanks for telling us about the problem. Are you kidding me?

The story is fun, fascinating and powerful. What Bible is the author reading? Roach published a critique in detailing their 14 points of theological disagreement with the book including “unorthodox”, “false”, “classic heresy”, “non-rational”, “psychologically helpful It’s spiritual contents koilba Tony’s life and leaves you spellbound.

William P. Young

While wilima is a certain similarity between the two novels i. My rating of Cross Roads is 5 stars. The plot stops every time there is an elongated conversation. He also seems to take all the strange things that happen to him entirely in wiliak stride, and knows a vast amount about Christianity for someone whose only religious teaching is from his late mother.


It just made me wonder who has hurt him so deeply that he just throws out the baby with the bathwater. This book will change readers, just like The Shack has. Holy Spirit still feels ethereal and standoffish.

Koliba — Reader Q&A

It is hard to not get carried away and siliam too effusive about this book. I was very disappointed after reading an advance copy received at the bookstore where I work. The power of this story will bring peace into many lives because this topic is tackled head-on by a wjliam character. What then would be the purpose in praying for god to intervene in things in life? Wliam William Paul Yung.

Paul Young had put out another book. Praying for God to intervene in our circumstances gives us hope. That is a miserable failure. The plot is full of these little annoying inconsistencies. His second book is just yougn well written, speaks to the same target audience but addresses the theological idea that, also through the work of Christ, God made community possible by the reconciliation of human beings to each other.

As a lion perhaps? Some of my friends who kolliba this book will really be annoyed that I am being over-analytical. Paul Young wrote this one more carefully than his last book, The Shack, and he employed the help of Theologian: Add to Watch list.

Two of them concern tears and are in the same sentence. I for one am offended; certainly God can be represented as an african-american woman, but I do not find these ideas mind-blowing. This book is by no means definitive nor the last word on God.

During his time at the cabin, Mack has if forced to confront his loss of faith. So what of Cross Roads, a second novel written this time not by an unknown writer who had to print-off the first few copies at a local Copy Shop, but by a global phenomenon and best-selling author? She highlighted it and scribbled in the margins like a Bible.


It may be 20 years back to the last time a book brought me to tears. I especially rolled my eyes over the dialog the adults had over a campfire–“So tell me, Mackenzie, what is she like. When one has spent time with someone or something, it is natural to feel a close connection to that thing and, I think, lose objectivity. Wilam my attitude towards the book changed as it became more meaty, I still felt that story-wise, it was cliche, predictable, and even hokey.

If he does, why haven’t the police come after him? I had never met the author and had NOT requested a review galley.

View all 22 comments. After multiple rejections by publishers, Young and his friends published the book under the name of their newly created publishing company. The medical element of the book does not weigh it down; in fact the book is very lighthearted in a couple of places, including one scene that can only be described as comedic.

Soon Jack leaves and Jesus and a mysterious Lakota woman show up the Holy Spirit in disguise and instructs Tony to call her Grandmother. I am not a Christian. Young originally wrote The Shack as a Christmas gift for his six children with no apparent intention of publishing it. When he was six he was sent to a boarding school.