Archives For Audiobook

 

This new book is one of the week’s best new releases.

Whole: Restoring What Is Broken in Me, You, and the Entire World
Steve Wiens

NavPress, 2017.
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[ Audiobook  ]  [ Paperback  ]  [  Kindle ]

 

Listen to the audiobook recording of this new book’s first chapter!!!

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Here are 5 essential ebooks on sale now that are worth checking out:
(Scot McKnight, James Baldwin, Jessica Turner, MORE)

*** Now in a Convenient One-Page Format ***

Via our sister website Thrifty Christian Reader
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#1:
Galatians (The NIV Application Commentary Book 9)

Scot McKnight

*** $4.99 ***

EIGHT other volumes in this series
are on sale at the same price now for Kindle… 

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C.S. Lewis

Today marks the 50th anniversary of the death of C.S. Lewis…

C.S. Lewis’s first published book, a collection of poems entitled Spirits in Bondage, is in the public domain and has been released as a superb (and FREE) audiobook.

We are pleased today to offer this audiobook today for you to stream or download:
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Paul Auster - Winter JournalA short clip of Paul Auster reading from his brand new book:

Winter Journal.

Paul Auster

Audiobook read by the Author: Macmillan Audio, 2012.
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[ Audiobook – Amazon ][ Hardback – Amazon ] [ Kindle ]

Paul Auster’s Winter Journal is a new release this week
and one of our new releases to watch for

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A Brief Review of

Just Do Something:
How to Make a Decision Without Dreams, Visions, Fleeces…

Kevin DeYoung.

Audiobook, ChristianAudio, 2010.
Narrated by Adam Verner.
Buy now:  [ ChristianAudio ]

Review by Chris Smith.

In naming, and denouncing the common paralysis brought on in Western culture by an overabundance of choices, Kevin DeYoung offered in his recent book Just Do Something a fresh – and to use his word, “liberating” – take on the ubiquitous questions in Christian circles about the will of God.  Just Do Something, newly released as an audiobook by ChristianAudio, challenges its readers to quit worrying and beginning make commitments.  An audiobook is perhaps ideally suited for this book’s target audience, who could listen to it as they flit from one thing to the next, keeping their options open.  Although a bit on the monotonic side throughout, narrator Adam Verner does seem to loosen up a bit as the book moves along.  Although DeYoung hits squarely on the mark in calling out the prevailing culture’s aversion to commitment, this book’s biggest disappointment is that the Church is relegated to at best a peripheral role in the decision-making process.  His take on decision-making is indeed generally liberating, but unfortunately he seems unwilling to consider God’s desire that we be liberated from the greatest tyranny of modern Western culture, that of the self as an isolated decision-maker.

This title was reviewed as part of the ChristianAudio Reviewers Program.

 

THE CONCISE KING - Hachette AudioIn honor of the faithful witness of Dr. Martin Luther King and his bold proclamation of the Gospel of Jesus Christ, we are giving away today a free copy of the new audio book with recordings of his most significant sermons and speeches, The Concise King (Hachette Audio 2010, reviewed above).

To win a copy of this superb audio collection, you must do the following two things:

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This contest ends tomorrow, January 19, 2010 at 11:59PM PT.
On Wednesday Jan. 20, we will choose a winner from the eligible entrants.