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Paul Young and C. Baxter Kruger: New Relationship with God

C. Baxter Kruger & Paul Young

Paul Young and C. Baxter Kruger: New Relationship with God

Author Paul Young, and Theologian C. Baxter Kruger continue discussing The Shack, religion, and the hope for a new understanding of relationship with God.

(34.6 minutes)
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C. Baxter Kruger

Dr. C. Baxter Kruger is the founder and the president of Perichoresis, Inc. and of Mediator Lures. He obtained his doctorate working with James Torrance in Aberdeen, Scotland. He is author of
     The Great Dance: The Christian Vision Revisited
     Jesus and the Undoing of Adam
     God Is For Us
     Across All Worlds: Jesus Inside Our Darkness
     The Shack Revisited

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J. Michael Feazell: Great to have you guys with us.

William Paul Young: It’s an honor to be here.

C. Baxter Kruger: Good to be back, Mike.

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William P. Young: How "The Shack" Was Written

William Paul Young

William P. Young: How "The Shack" Was Written

Paul Young and Mike Feazell talk about how The Shack was written, and that the nature of relationship is embedded in the Trinitarian character and nature of God.

(28.3 minutes)
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William Paul Young

William Paul Young is the author of the best-selling novel The Shack and Cross Roads. For an edited transcript of all our interviews with him, click here.

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J. Michael Feazell: A new novel has skyrocketed to the top of the charts, capturing the imagination of Christians everywhere.

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William P. Young: Is God a Christianized Zeus?

William Paul Young

William P. Young: Is God a Christianized Zeus?

Paul Young discusses the popular view of God as a Christianized Zeus or Gandalf-with-an-attitude as opposed to the loving Father portrayed by the “prodigal’s father.”

(30.4 minutes)
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William Paul Young

William Paul Young is the author of the best-selling novel The Shack and Cross Roads. For an edited transcript of all our interviews with him, click here.

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JMF: Thanks for being with us again, Paul. And, by the way, you do like to be called Paul, even though your name is William P. …

WPY: It’s a family thing, my dad is William Henry, I’m William Paul, my firstborn is William Chad, and my first grandbaby is William Gavin.

JMF: And the thing you have in common is no one goes by William.

WPY: No. You know what’s funny is, I’ve had people recommend the book to me who are my friends, because they did not connect that I’m the Paul.

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William P. Young: Did an Angry God Force His Son to Die?

William Paul Young

William P. Young: Did an Angry God Force His Son to Die?

Paul Young points out the disconnect many people experience in trying to trust the “angry” God who requires his Son’s death.

(35.4 minutes)
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William Paul Young

William Paul Young is the author of the best-selling novel The Shack and Cross Roads. For an edited transcript of all our interviews with him, click here.

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JMF: The view of God that you present in The Shack is a sound biblical perspective that strangely is foreign to the way many people have traditionally thought about God.

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