The Shack: Where Tragedy Confronts Eternity - Chapter 11 Summary & Analysis

William P. Young
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In Chapter 11, Mack walked down the path through what appeared to be the solid stone face of a mountain. In the dark he felt his depression return in the dark but believed God would not have sent him there if it was not for a good purpose. Once his eyes adjusted to the dark, he noticed a growing light and a beautiful Hispanic woman sitting at a huge desk.

The woman, who remains unnamed, asked Mack which of his children he loved the most. He describes that they are each unique in their own ways. When he thinks of each one, he uses the words of Papa to explain that he realizes he is particularly fond of each of them. She then asked if their misbehaviors ever affected the love that he had for his children. He says that it does not, that even...

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