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Stand: 30.10.2020
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Sermon on the Mount, Hörbuch, Digital, 1, 449min
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Richard Rohr leads us through the social, political and environmental setting out of which Matthew brought Christ’s radical message of a new world order. He explains Matthew’s challenge to let go of the conventional wisdom that comes with contemporary American culture. Each of seven talks brings us closer to the heart of the Sermon. Rohr contrasts conventional wisdom with the wisdom of Christ and draws the listener into the Kingdom of God, the end of the world and the experience of enlightenment. He explains that each generation lives in end times, that the Kingdom is for those willing to let go of all cultural idolatry (past and present) and that those who live in reality travel a path of life which unfolds into freedom. This series is a powerful call to follow Jesus Christ in the commandments of the New Testament. 1. Language: English. Narrator: Richard Rohr. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/sp/sant/000024/sp_sant_000024_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.

Anbieter: Audible
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True Self, False Self, Hörbuch, Digital, 1, 316min
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Franciscan priest Richard Rohr feels that there is no more challenging spiritual issue than the “problem of the self". Most of contemporary spiritual teaching, he believes, is still trying to inspire and fortify the private self, the autonomous "I". Even much church work is trying to evangelize and sacramentalize what many would call "the false self". Basic transformation is not expected, but merely a new set of beliefs and practices or loyal membership in a new group. This only confirms the disguise of the ego, but does not truly offer a "new creation". Both the individual and society remain largely unchanged. Rohr suggests that until the false assumptions of Western individualism are clearly faced and experienced by religious believers (and they are the only ones fully prepared to face it), there will be no real breakthroughs for Christianity or any religion. He makes reference to the work of Ken Wilber, Thomas Merton, Eckhart Tolle, the mystical tradition especially of Julian of Norwich, and the new paradigms offered by quantum physics. In a presentation that embraces the challenge, inspiration, and the genuine hope that is offered by the Gospel of Jesus, Rohr illustrates the implications of transformation both for individuals and for society at large. 1. Language: English. Narrator: Richard Rohr, O.F.M.. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/sant/000025/bk_sant_000025_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.

Anbieter: Audible
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Living the Quaker Way
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A Publishers Weekly “Top 10 in Religion” selection.   “This is nothing less than the gospel itself…a much-needed book.” —FR. RICHARD ROHR, OFM, Center for Action and Contemplation, Albuquerque, New Mexico   Philip Gulley invites us into a bracing encounter with the rich truths of Quakerism—a centuries-old spiritual tradition that provides not only a foundation of faith but also vision for making the world more just, loving, and peaceable by our presence.   In Living the Quaker Way, Gulley shows how Quaker values provide real solutions to many of our most pressing contemporary challenges. We not only come to a deeper appreciation of simplicity, peace, integrity, community, and equality, we see how embracing these virtues will radically transform us and our world.   Living the Quaker Way includes a 30-day spiritual practice that applies the Quaker tradition of Queries .

Anbieter: Orell Fuessli CH
Stand: 30.10.2020
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Unlearning
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My name is Sean Tucker. For much of my life I wanted to be a Pastor in a local church, that is until I actually got my wish. By then I realized it wasn't what I was meant to do, I was meant to be a Prophet. I'm always reluctant to use the word 'Prophet' because people always think of some strange guy, attempting to predict the future, or manipulating lots of money out of lonely midweek, TV viewers, but that's not what these guy were, or are, at all. In the Old Testament they were these cantankerous, odd balls who would walk into the courts of the kings and the priests of their day, and point out where they were off track from their God-given mission. Hosea reminded the leaders about fidelity. Amos griped about how the poor and oppressed were being ignored in society. Malachi had a rant about the anemic sacrifices being offered. Jonah's very life was an object lesson in not reducing God's great mission to one elite people group. And these are just a few. In fact, Jesus Himself looks a lot more like these guys than the religious leaders of His day. He holds nothing back in criticizing the institution for where they are off track. Throughout church history there have been a constant stream of prophetic voices. From St Francis of Assissi, to Luther, to Bono they call the institution of the church back to it's purpose, and we need these voices because apparently we're easily distracted. Richard Rohr (one of our contemporary prophetic voices) says that, 'the Church has always needed a 2 party system to keep it honest'. This has been the tension between the priests and the prophets; between the institutional leaders charged with maintaining the status quo, and the loyal dissidents who challenge us to be better. It's like the two reins in His hands which provide the necessary lateral tension to keep us on the right track. In this vein I am offering my voice to the mix of the thousands of prophets through the ages calling the Church back to the good stuff, and away from the distractions. It's hardly a popular calling, but then I suppose if history teaches us anything, I have to be willing to lose some friends and be dropped down some wells if I follow this path. That said, I really have no choice but to continue because this stuff 'burns in my bones', and I think being better at what we do is so much more important than our own comfort. So this is the story of how I Unlearned my Western Christianity, and became a prophetic voice to the Western Church.

Anbieter: Orell Fuessli CH
Stand: 30.10.2020
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Unlearning
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My name is Sean Tucker. For much of my life I wanted to be a Pastor in a local church, that is until I actually got my wish. By then I realized it wasn't what I was meant to do, I was meant to be a Prophet. I'm always reluctant to use the word 'Prophet' because people always think of some strange guy, attempting to predict the future, or manipulating lots of money out of lonely midweek, TV viewers, but that's not what these guy were, or are, at all. In the Old Testament they were these cantankerous, odd balls who would walk into the courts of the kings and the priests of their day, and point out where they were off track from their God-given mission. Hosea reminded the leaders about fidelity. Amos griped about how the poor and oppressed were being ignored in society. Malachi had a rant about the anemic sacrifices being offered. Jonah's very life was an object lesson in not reducing God's great mission to one elite people group. And these are just a few. In fact, Jesus Himself looks a lot more like these guys than the religious leaders of His day. He holds nothing back in criticizing the institution for where they are off track. Throughout church history there have been a constant stream of prophetic voices. From St Francis of Assissi, to Luther, to Bono they call the institution of the church back to it's purpose, and we need these voices because apparently we're easily distracted. Richard Rohr (one of our contemporary prophetic voices) says that, 'the Church has always needed a 2 party system to keep it honest'. This has been the tension between the priests and the prophets; between the institutional leaders charged with maintaining the status quo, and the loyal dissidents who challenge us to be better. It's like the two reins in His hands which provide the necessary lateral tension to keep us on the right track. In this vein I am offering my voice to the mix of the thousands of prophets through the ages calling the Church back to the good stuff, and away from the distractions. It's hardly a popular calling, but then I suppose if history teaches us anything, I have to be willing to lose some friends and be dropped down some wells if I follow this path. That said, I really have no choice but to continue because this stuff 'burns in my bones', and I think being better at what we do is so much more important than our own comfort. So this is the story of how I Unlearned my Western Christianity, and became a prophetic voice to the Western Church.

Anbieter: Thalia AT
Stand: 30.10.2020
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