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Bishop Barron on “The Shack”

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The Shack has become an international phenomenon, sitting atop The New York Times bestseller list for months and now inspiring a blockbuster movie. It's a modern retelling of the Biblical story of Job, of a good and righteous man who confronts the problem of suffering. Though it has its faults, it's a book worth reading, especially if you've experienced serious suffering yourself.

NOTE: This commentary is on the book version, not the film.