Everywhere I go these days, thinking Christians seem to be talking about three popular, bestselling books--one good, one bad, and one ugly. The good one is The Reason for God by Tim Keller. The bad one is The Shack by William P. Young. And the ugly one is Crazy for God by Frank Schaeffer. Recent reviews reveal just why:
Tim Challies has written very helpful reviews of both Keller's carefully nuanced work of modern apologetics and Young's heterodox parable of modern inquiry. A review by Os Guinness provides some real insight into Schaeffer's deeply troubling memoir.