William P Young Quotes

Eight Quotes by: William P Young

The God of Evangelical Christianity is a Monster.
Lecture at Concordia University in Portland, Oregon entitled "Can God Really Be That Good?". Dated: 25th June 2010
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I believe in the wrath of God, absolutely, but, but the wrath of God is, is always couched, the wrath of God is revealed from heaven against all the ungodly {undecipherable word here} and unrighteousness of men, it’s not against the men, it’s against everything that is damaging them, hurting them, causing them to sin against each other, everything that is contrary to his nature, and um…so…
Interview with Kendall Adams.. Dated: 11th March 2009
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I believe that, that Christ became sin for us.
Interview with Kendall Adams.. Dated: 11th March 2009
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Mack heads for the Oregon wilderness and finds the old shack. “God” miraculously transforms it into a cosy cottage, and Mack meets his God: ... the door flew open, and he was looking directly into the face of a large beaming African-American woman …With speed that belied her size, she crossed the distance between them and engulfed him in her arms....”
Book: by William P Young entitled: The Shack p 82 Published: January 2007.
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Just as she turned... a small, distinctly Asian woman merged from behind her.... He then glanced past her and notices that a third person had emerged... a man. He appeared Middle Eastern.
Book: by William P Young entitled: The Shack p 84 Published: January 2007.
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Speaking of Sarayu, is she the Holy Spirit?” Jesus answers, “Yes, She is Creativity; she is Action; she is Breathing of Life; she is much more. She is my Spirit.” Mack responds, “And her name Sarayu?” Jesus explains, “That is a simple name from one of our human languages. It means ‘Wind,’ a common wind actually. She loves that name.
Book: by William P Young entitled: The Shack p 110 Published: January 2007.

In seminary {Mack} had been taught that God had completely stopped any overt communication with moderns, preferring to have them only listen to and follow sacred Scripture, properly interpreted, of course. God’s voice had been reduced to paper, and even that paper had to be moderated and deciphered by the proper authorities and intellects … Nobody wanted God in a box, just in a book. Especially an expensive one bound in leather with gilt edges, or was that guilt edges?
Book: by William P Young entitled: The Shack p. 65-66 Published: January 2007.
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I have no desire to make them {people of other religions} Christian, but I do want to join them in their transformation into sons and daughters of my Papa, into my brothers and sisters, into my Beloved.
Book: by William P Young entitled: The Shack p 182 Published: January 2007.
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