Top Ten New Audiobooks! [May 2017]

May 18, 2017 — Leave a comment

 

Audiobooks are a great way to enjoy books while you are on the go!

While these audiobooks are available through Audible.com, we encourage you to check for them at your local library, where you may be able to listen to them for FREE!
 

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Here are the best audiobooks that will be released this month…
(Some of these are new books, others are older books just released as audiobooks)

The Divine Dance: The Trinity and Your Transformation

Richard Rohr / Mike Morrell

Read By:  Arthur Morey

*** Read our review of the book.

The Trinity is supposed to be the central doctrine grounding Christianity, yet we’re often told that we shouldn’t attempt to understand it because it’s a mystery. But what if we breached that mystery? How might it transform our relationship with God?

Although the word trinity isn’t found in the New Testament – it wasn’t until the third century that it was coined – the idea of the Father, Son, and Holy Spirit was present in Jesus’ life and teachings. In this book, internationally recognized teacher Richard Rohr circles around this paradoxical idea – and circling around is an apt metaphor: Early Christians applied the Greek verb for dance to the mystery of the Trinity, saying whatever is going on in God is a flow – it’s like a dance.

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Keeping Place: Reflections on the Meaning of Home

Jen Pollock Michel

Read By: The Author

To be human is to long for home. Home is our most fundamental human longing. And for many of us homesickness is a nagging place of grief. This book connects that desire and disappointment with the story of the Bible, helping us to see that there is a homemaking God with wide arms of welcome – and a church commissioned with this same work. “Many of us seem to be recovering the sacred, if ordinary, beauty of place,” writes author Jen Pollock Michel. “Perhaps we’re reading along with Wendell Berry, falling in love with Berry’s small-town barber and Jayber Crow’s small-town life…Or maybe we’re simply reading our Bibles better, discovering that while we might wish to flatten Scripture to serve our didactic purposes, it rises up in flesh and sinew, muscle and bone: God’s holy story is written in the lives of people and their places.”

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