The Shack: Where Tragedy Confronts Eternity - Chapter 6 Summary & Analysis

William P. Young
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Papa invited Mack to come inside and talk to her while she cooked. After she had gone inside Mack asked Jesus if he was supposed to believe God was a black woman. Jesus indicates that she is the best and her timing is always perfect. He also told Mack he should not feel obligated to talk to Papa, he should go to her only if he wanted to do so.

Inside, the cabin was decorated with children’s artwork. Mack followed the sound of humming to the kitchen. He admitted to the woman that calling her “Papa” was difficult for him. She suggested it was because of the failings of his father, shocking Mack because he was not used to having his father’s faults talked about so openly. When the woman offered to be the Papa that Mack never had, he asks her...

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