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The Lord - by Romano Guardini

The Lord

Romano Guardini

Genre – Theology, Christology
Publisher – Regnary Publishing
​Length – 26:13

Considered a masterpiece by Catholic scholars, Guardini’s The Lord has remained in print for decades. In it, Guardini wishes to present a correct understanding of Jesus by writing about his life and person, with all the limitations which the subject necessarily imposes. Although Christ lived in a specific historical milieu, and though knowledge of the forces at work in it furthers an understanding of him, Guardini states that a biography of Christ is practicable only within the narrowest confines. Neither Jesus’ personality nor his works are immediately traceable to the conditions of the times, for he came “out of the fullness of time” contained in the mystery of God, and it was to this mystery that he returned after he had moved among us. Pope Benedict XVI wrote of it: “The Lord has not grown old, precisely because it still leads us to that which is essential, to that which is truly real, Jesus Christ Himself. That is why today this book still has a great mission.

The Ten Lost Tribes-Theological NonFiction Audiobooks| Narrated by Gordon Greenhill

The Ten Lost Tribes

The History and Mystery of the Lost Tribes of Israel

Charles River Editors

Genre – Historical Survey
Length – 1:23
A short historical survey of the question what happened to the 10 Northern tribes of Israel after they were deported by the Assyrians. Reviews the theories, facts, legends, and spurious claims about their location in the Diaspora. Semi-academic but very listenable. For anyone interested in Jewish or Biblical history.
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The Prince of Darkness

The Prince of Darkness

Jeffrey Burton Russell

Genre – Historical Survey
Length – 11:01
After a compelling essay on the nature of evil, Russell uncovers the origins of the concept of the Devil in various early cultures and then traces its evolution in Western thought from the time of the ancient Hebrews through the first centuries of the Christian era. Next he turns to the medieval view of the Devil, focusing on images found in folklore, scholastic thought, art, literature, mysticism, and witchcraft. Finally, he follows the Devil into our own era, where he draws on examples from theology, philosophy, art, literature, and popular culture to describe the great changes in this traditional notion of evil brought about by the intellectual and cultural developments of modern times.

Radical Theology-A Vision for Change-Theological NonFiction Audiobooks| Narrated by Gordon Greenhill

Radical Theology

A Vision for Change

Jeffrey W. Robbins

Genre – Theology
Length – 8:48
Radical theology and political theology are terms that have gained a lot of currency among philosophers of religion today. In this visionary new book, Jeffrey W. Robbins explores the contemporary direction of these movements as he charts a course for their future. He claims that radical theology is no longer bound by earlier thinking about God and that it must be conceived of as post-secular and post-liberal. As he engages with themes of liberation, gender, and race, Robbins moves beyond the usual canon of death-of-God thinkers, thinking “against” them as much as “with” them. He presents revolutionary thinking in the face of changing theological concepts, from reformation to transformation, transcendence to immanence, messianism to metamorphosis, and from the proclamation of the death of God to the notion of God’s plasticity.​

Christianity and the Secular-Theological NonFiction Audiobooks| Narrated by Gordon Greenhill

Christianity and the Secular

Robert A. Markus

Genre – Historical Theology
Length – 3:22
Robert A. Markus examines the place of the secular in Christianity, locating the origins of the concept in the New Testament and early Christianity and describing its emergence as a problem for Christianity following the recognition of Christianity as an established religion, then the officially enforced religion, of the Roman Empire.

Markus focuses especially on the new conditions engendered by the Christianization of the Roman Empire. He argues that when the autonomy of the secular realm came under threat in the Christianized Roman Empire after Constantine, Christians were forced to confront the problem of adjusting themselves to the culture and society of the new regime.

Gregory the Great-Theological NonFiction Audiobooks| Narrated by Gordon Greenhill

Gregory the Great

George E. Demacoplos

Genre – Historical Theology
​Length – 6:03

George E. Demacopoulos’s study on Gregory the Great is the first to advance the argument that there is a clear connection between the pontiff’s thought and his actions. By exploring unique aspects of Gregory’s ascetic theology, wherein the summit of Christian perfection is viewed in terms of service to others, Demacopoulos argues that the very aspects of Gregory’s theology that made him distinctive were precisely the factors that structured his responses to the practical crises of his day. With a comprehensive understanding of Christian history that resists the customary bifurcation between Christian East and Christian West, Demacopoulos situates Gregory within the broader movements of Christianity and the Roman world that characterize the shift from late antiquity to the early Middle Ages. This fresh reading of Gregory’s extensive theological and practical works underscores the novelty and nuance of Gregory as thinker and bishop.

The Unseen Realm- Theological NonFiction Audiobooks| Narrated by Gordon Greenhill

The Unseen Realm

Michael S. Heiser

Genre – Christian/Jewish Theology
Publisher– Lexham Press
Length – 15:30

The Prince of Darkness-Theological NonFiction Audiobooks| Narrated by Gordon Greenhill

Supernatural

Michael S. Heiser

Genre – Christian/Jewish Theology
Publisher– Lexham Press
Length – 3:51

The Unseen Realm and its lay-companion Supernatural present the fruit of Dr. Heiser’s fifteen years of research into what the Bible reallysays about the unseen world of the supernatural. His goal is to help readers view the biblical text unfiltered by tradition or by theological presuppositions. “People shouldn’t be protected from the Bible,” Dr. Heiser says. But theological systems often do just that, by “explaining away” difficult or troublesome passages of Scripture because their literal meaning doesn’t fit into our tidy systems. In the academic The Unseen Realm and the more application oriented Supernatural, Michael S. Heiser shines a light on the supernatural world—not a new light, but rather the same light the original, ancient readers—and writers—of Scripture would have seen it in, given their historical and cultural milieu. This light allows today’s Bible readers to understand the biblical authors’ supernatural worldview.​