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  1. The Challenge of Religious Pluralism

    The Challenge of Religious Pluralism

    Narrator: Ravi Zacharias
    Runtime: 3.6 Hrs. - Unabridged
    Regular Price: $27.98 Member Price: $22.38 (or 5 credits)
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    Increasingly, believers struggle to come to terms with the exclusive claims of Christ in the midst of a culture which views all religions as equally valid and true. How can you offer answers which are helpful without being defensive?
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  2. Man, Myth, Messiah

    Man, Myth, Messiah

    Answering History's Greatest Question

    Author: Rice Broocks
    Narrator: Tommy Cresswell
    Runtime: 7.68 Hrs. - Unabridged
    Regular Price: $18.99 Member Price: $15.19 (or 3 credits)
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    Did Jesus Really Exist? The search for the historical Jesus continues to be headline news. Any speculative theory seems to get instant attention as the debate rages about His real identity and the claims made in His name. Did Jesus really exist? Is there real historical evidence that demonstrates that He lived and actually said and did the things the Gospels record? Is there any validity to the speculative claims that the Jesus story was a myth, borrowed from a variety of pagan cultures of the ancient world? In this follow-up to the book God’s Not Dead (that inspired the movie), Man, Myth, Messiah looks at the evidence for the historical Jesus and exposes the notions of skeptics that Jesus was a contrived figure of ancient mythology. It also looks at the reliability of the Gospel records as well as the evidence for the resurrection that validates His identity as the promised Messiah. Man, Myth, Messiah will be released concurrent to the God’s Not Dead movie sequel, which will cover the same theme.
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  3. Bad Girls of the Bible

    Bad Girls of the Bible

    And What We Can Learn from Them

    Runtime: 9.27 Hrs. - Unabridged
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    Ten of the Bible’s best-known femmes fatales parade across the pages of Bad Girls of the Bible with situations that sound oh-so-familiar. Eve had food issues. Potiphar’s Wife and Delilah had man trouble. Lot’s Wife and Michal couldn’t let go of the past, Sapphira couldn’t let go of money, and Jezebel couldn’t let go of anything. Yet theWoman at the Well had her thirst quenched at last, while Rahab and the Sinful Woman left their sordid histories behind. Let these Bad Girls show you why studying the Bible has never been more fun! “When she was perfect, beautiful, and innocent, I found no toehold where I could connect with Eve. When she was tempted by her flesh, humbled by her sin, and redeemed by her God, I could sing out, ‘Oh, sister Eve! Can we talk?’” —from Bad Girls of the Bible
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  4. Mars Hill Audio Journal, Volume 130

    Mars Hill Audio Journal, Volume 130

    Narrator: Ken Myers
    Runtime: 2.3 Hrs. - Unabridged
    Regular Price: $8.98 Member Price: $7.18 (or 2 credits)
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    1. Introduction to Volume 130 2. Jacob Silverman on the hidden costs of social media 3. Carson Holloway on political science and revelation 4. Joseph Atkinson on a theology of the family 5. Greg Peters on lessons from monasticism 6. Antonio López on gift and the meaning of freedom 7. Julian Johnson on music and the spirit of modernity
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  5. Maker of Middle-Earth

    Maker of Middle-Earth

    Conversation 17

    Narrator: Ken Myers
    Runtime: 1.25 Hrs. - Unabridged
    Regular Price: $5.98 Member Price: $4.78 (or 1 credit)
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    While it is not a story set in the twentieth century, Tom Shippey (author of J.R.R. Tolkien: Author of the Century) claims that Lord of the Rings is very much a work of the twentieth century; the momentum of evil sweeps characters into action before they understand the events in which they are involved. Joseph Pearce (author of Tolkien: Man and Myth) defends the Lord of the Rings fantasy genre against those who would claim that realistic fiction is a better vessel for truth; because mythology is stripped of the factual, he explains, it can deal with truth unencumbered and therefore convey its moral more directly. Literary critic Ralph Wood explains why he has been drawn to J.R.R. Tolkien's moral Middle-Earth since his first reading of Lord of the Rings in the 1960s. It is a world ordered by heroism, friendship, loyalty, and hope. These ties alone, he states, enable the hobbits to complete their quest and go where no one else can.
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  6. The Practice of Christian Pedagogy

    The Practice of Christian Pedagogy

    Conversation 28

    Narrator: Ken Myers
    Runtime: 0.93 Hrs. - Unabridged
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    In recent years, Christian educators have rediscovered ancient ideas about how the head and heart interact. There is a relationship between the cultivation of affections, dispositions, and virtues, and the acquisition of knowledge. David I. Smith, director of the Kuyers Institute for Christian Teaching and Learning at Calvin College, describes how he came to realize that the shape and texture of pedagogy was as important as the content of knowledge presented in the classroom.
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  7. The Miracle of the Kurds

    The Miracle of the Kurds

    A Remarkable Story of Hope Reborn In Northern Iraq

    Runtime: 5.1 Hrs. - Unabridged
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    Kurdistan is what America wanted Iraq to be. It’s America’s reward.Hundreds of thousands of Kurds were murdered under the tyrannical regime of Saddam Hussein. Some four thousand Kurdish villages were destroyed. Betrayed again and again by the nations of the world, the Kurds were as decimated as any people in history.Then came the Kurdish Miracle, that combination of ancient wisdom and modern economic genius that is now making the Kurdish homeland one of the most prosperous places on earth. Many experts predict that this homeland will soon be the world’s newest nation.Stephen Mansfield witnessed much of this history. In this audio book, he has turned the skills that have made him a New York Times best-selling author upon the Kurdish story. He has captured the agony and the determination, the horror and the genius of one of the most remarkable stories of our time.
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  8. God's Crime Scene

    God's Crime Scene

    A Cold-Case Detective Examines the Evidence for a Divinely Created Universe

    Narrator: Tom Hatting
    Runtime: 8 Hrs. - Unabridged
    Regular Price: $17.49 Member Price: $13.99 (or 3 credits)
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    In crime investigation, there are four causes of death, and only one of them requires an intruder. Murders typically involve suspects external to the crime scene. If there’s evidence of an outside intruder, homicide detectives have to prepare for a chase. Join J. Warner Wallace, former atheist, seasoned cold-case detective, and popular national speaker, as he tackles his most important case . . . with you on the jury! J. Warner examines eight critical pieces of evidence in the “crime scene” of the universe to determine if they point to a Divine Intruder. If you have ever wondered if something (or someone) outside the natural realm created the universe and everything in it, this is the case for you.
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  9. Mars Hill Audio Journal, Volume 123

    Mars Hill Audio Journal, Volume 123

    Narrator: Ken Myers
    Runtime: 2.17 Hrs. - Unabridged
    Regular Price: $8.98 Member Price: $7.18 (or 2 credits)
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    Guests on Volume 123: Nicholas M. Healy, on some of the practical and theological weaknesses in the writings of Stanley Hauerwas; Christian Smith, on the spiritual lives of emerging adults raised within the Roman Catholic Church and taught at Catholic schools; James K. A. Smith, on Charles Taylor's explanation (in The Secular Age) of how modern culture came to unlearn the theistic assumption of the West; Esther Lightcap Meek, on why pitting "objectivity" against "subjectivity" in describing the nature of knowledge isn't helpful, and on why all knowing involves making a commitment; Richard Viladesau, on the relationship between formal, propositional, academic theology and the theological expressions found in works of art and music; and Jeremy Begbie, on why theologians should be more interested in how music and modernity have interacted.
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