The Shack is one of the most popular ‘Christian’ books ever written, seemingly helping and comforting millions…BUT – is it good medicine? Do books like The Shack (and other offerings of pop-culture Christianity) actually give real, biblical and genuinely comforting answers to us when we walk through painful tragedies? THERE IS A BETTER ANSWER.
This book will help you evaluate The Shack and other popular works of Christian culture in light of the always-true, always relevant Word of God. In UnSHACKled, you will find incredible hope and comfort. If you have suffered the death of a loved one, or sickness, depression, anxiety, fear, or addiction, you will be astonished by how God’s son Jesus is PRACTICALLY the answer that you need to endure and overcome.
Do we need a new answer for suffering, or are the answers and hope found in The Bible far better than we could have ever dreamed? Read UnSHACKled and be comforted by what Jesus has done for you, what Jesus is doing for you, and what He will do for you when He returns.
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Chase A. Thompson is a writer, pastor, college professor, father, husband and adventurer from Birmingham, Alabama. There are far too many boring preachers and teachers, which is a tragedy, because Jesus and the Bible are so INTERESTING! His books seek to preserve the wonder and power of the Word of God in a way that is faithful, encouraging and challenging.
Chase and his wife Janet have five children. He graduated from Samford in 1994 with degrees in History and Philosophy. Following that, He earned an M.Div and another Master’s degree, splitting time between Beeson Divinity School, Liberty Theological Seminary and New Orleans Baptist Theological Seminary. He has been involved in pastoral ministry for over 25 years.
He first served as a junior high youth minister at Hilldale Baptist church in Birmingham. He has served several churches in the South in a variety of roles: Senior pastor, Church planter, Youth Pastor, Teaching Pastor, and even Children’s pastor. He is currently the pastor of Agape Baptist in Pinson (Northeast Birmingham, Alabama) and has been in that role since February of 2008. He has taught Bible and history classes as an adjunct college professor since 2012.