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Psalms: An Expositional Commentary, Vol. 1: Psalms 1–41 Audiobook

Psalms: An Expositional Commentary, Vol. 1: Psalms 1–41

Author: James Montgomery Boice Narrator: John Lescault Release Date: May 2022

“No matter how familiar you may be with the Psalms, an incredible amount of information and insight can be gained through this commentary.'—Christian Retailing Whether you’re a serious Bible student probing through Psalm nineteen or a first-time reader inspired by the promise of Psalm twenty-three, this first volume on the book of Psalms explores each of the first forty-one psalms, uncovering deep reflections, wisdom for living, and verses of praise, confidence, and repentance. Psalm one stresses the importance of God’s guidance in one’s life. Psalm sixteen foretells Jesus’s resurrection, a startling and impressive declaration for the time. Psalm twenty-three portrays life as a pilgrimage, where God is provider, comforter, and friend. This expositional commentary on one of the Bible’s most popular books combines careful scholarship and clear communication in a verse-by-verse and section-by-section reading of the biblical text. Integrating thoughtful interpretation with contemporary insight for daily living, James Montgomery Boice explains the meaning of the text and relates the text’s concerns to the church, Christianity, and the world in which we live.

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Hannibal: Rome’s Greatest Enemy Audiobook

Hannibal: Rome’s Greatest Enemy

Author: Philip Freeman Narrator: John Lescault Release Date: May 2022

Telling the story of a man who stood against the overwhelming power of the mighty Roman empire, Hannibal is the biography of a man who, against all odds, dared to change the course of history. Over two thousand years ago one of the greatest military leaders in history almost destroyed Rome. Hannibal, a daring African general from the city of Carthage, led an army of warriors and battle elephants over the snowy Alps to invade the very heart of Rome's growing empire. But what kind of person would dare to face the most relentless imperial power of the ancient world? How could Hannibal, consistently outnumbered and always deep in enemy territory, win battle after battle until he held the very fate of Rome within his grasp? Hannibal appeals to many as the ultimate underdog—a Carthaginian David against the Goliath of Rome—but it wasn't just his genius on the battlefield that set him apart. As a boy and then a man, his self-discipline and determination were legendary. As a military leader, like Alexander the Great before him and Julius Caesar after, he understood the hearts of men and had an uncanny ability to read the unseen weaknesses of his enemy. As a commander in war, Hannibal has few equals in history and has long been held as a model of strategic and tactical genius. But Hannibal was much more than just a great general. He was a practiced statesman, a skilled diplomat, and a man deeply devoted to his family and country. Roman historians—on whom we rely for almost all our information on Hannibal—portray him as a cruel barbarian, but how does the story change if we look at Hannibal from the Carthaginian point of view? Can we search beneath the accounts of Roman writers who were eager to portray Hannibal as a monster and find a more human figure? Can we use the life of Hannibal to look at the Romans themselves in an unfamiliar way—not as the noble and benign defenders of civilization, but as ruthless conquerors motivated by greed and conquest?

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Psalms: An Expositional Commentary, Vol. 2: Psalms 42–106 Audiobook

Psalms: An Expositional Commentary, Vol. 2: Psalms 42–106

Author: James Montgomery Boice Narrator: John Lescault Release Date: May 2022

“I have always thought of the psalms as the deepest and most spiritual portion of the Word of God.'—James Montgomery Boice. Covering Psalms 42–106, this second volume on the book of Psalms portrays the realities of human life and the peace that is found in God alone. James Montgomery Boice explores the life of David—his pain, trials, joy, and spiritual aspirations. Psalm 47 reveals God as king of all the earth and calls people of all nations to praise Him. Psalm 62 speaks God’s peace to anyone discouraged, depressed, or threatened. Psalm 100 invites us to “enter His courts with thanksgiving.” This expositional commentary on one of the Bible’s most popular books combines careful scholarship and clear communication in a verse-by-verse and section-by-section reading of the biblical text. Integrating thoughtful interpretation with contemporary insight for daily living, James Montgomery Boice explains the meaning of the text and relates the text’s concerns to the church, Christianity, and the world in which we live.

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The Three Death Sentences of Clarence Henderson: A Battle for Racial Justice at the Dawn of the Civi Audiobook

The Three Death Sentences of Clarence Henderson: A Battle for Racial Justice at the Dawn of the Civi

Author: Chris Joyner Narrator: John Lescault Release Date: April 2022

The story of Clarence Henderson, a Black sharecropper convicted and sentenced to death three times for a murder he didn’t commit This is the story of Clarence Henderson, a wrongfully accused Black sharecropper, who was sentenced to die three different times for a murder he didn’t commit, and of the prosecution desperate to pin the crime on him despite scant evidence. His first trial lasted only a day and featured a lackluster public defense. The book also tells the story of Homer Chase, a former World War II paratrooper and New England radical who was sent to the South by the Communist Party to recruit African Americans to the cause, while offering them a chance at increased freedom. And it’s the story of Thurgood Marshall’s NAACP and their battle against not only entrenched racism but a Communist Party—despite facing nearly as much prejudice as those they were trying to help—intent on winning the hearts and minds of Black voters. The bitter battle between the two groups played out as the sides sparred over who would take the lead on Henderson’s defense, a period in which he spent years in prison away from a daughter he had never seen. Through it all, Chris Joyner reveals a portrait of a community and a country at a crossroads, trying to choose between the path it knows is right and the path of least resistance. The case pitted powerful forces—often those steering legal and journalistic institutions—attempting to use racism and Red-Scare tactics against a populace that by and large believed the case against Henderson was suspect at best. Ultimately, it’s a hopeful story about how, even when things look dark, some small measure of justice can be achieved against all the odds and that actual progress is possible. It’s the rare book that is a timely read, yet still manages to shed an informative light on America’s past and future as well as its present.

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Philippians: An Expositional Commentary Audiobook

Philippians: An Expositional Commentary

Author: James Montgomery Boice Narrator: John Lescault Release Date: April 2022

“Philippians is so simple and at the same time so profound that it speaks profitably to Christians at every level of spiritual understanding, age, and maturity.” As James Montgomery Boice points out, no book in the Bible is so filled with joy as Philippians. Even though Paul faced possible execution for his faith, he managed to remain joyful in the midst of terrible circumstances. Beyond providing encouragement, Philippians also contains a wealth of great themes. As Boice explains, it covers most of the major doctrines of the Christian faith and is at the same time extremely practical. Topics covered include: The Secret of Spiritual Fruit (1:9–11) What Is Christianity? (1:21) The Truth about Jesus Christ (2:6) What Are Your Goals? (2:14–16) Knowing the Living Christ (3:10–11) Getting Along with Other Christians (4:2–5) The God Who Provides (4:19) These expositions will appeal to serious Bible students and interested laypersons. Many study Paul’s letter with the goal of coming to know Jesus better. “If you study it,” writes Boice, “Philippians will point you to Christ—he is the dominant presence of Philippians, as he is throughout the Word of God.”

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Nehemiah: An Expositional Commentary Audiobook

Nehemiah: An Expositional Commentary

Author: James Montgomery Boice Narrator: John Lescault Release Date: March 2022

"The most important thing about Nehemiah," says Boice, "is that he was a man of God, and because he was close to God in prayer and personal piety, he was able to draw from God the wisdom, patience, skill, and perseverance he needed to complete his great task." In the tradition of Boice's expositional commentaries, Nehemiah not only explains the meaning of the text verse by verse and section by section, but it relates the concerns of the text to the world, the church, and the realities of Christian life. Pastors, Bible students, and laypersons alike will find Boice's easy-to-read commentary an important tool, not only in understanding the rebuilding of the wall of Jerusalem, but also in understanding how God equips his servants for their appointed tasks.

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Joshua: An Expositional Commentary Audiobook

Joshua: An Expositional Commentary

Author: James Montgomery Boice Narrator: John Lescault Release Date: February 2022

Commentaries by James Montgomery Boice explain the meaning of the biblical text verse by verse and section by section, while also relating the text to the realities of Christian life. This latest addition to Boice's popular expositional commentary series discusses the themes of obedience and love in the context of the life of Joshua, a chosen military commander. Boice's easy-to-understand writing makes Joshua a helpful commentary for pastors, students, and lay people alike.

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The Socratic Method: A Practitioner's Handbook Audiobook

The Socratic Method: A Practitioner's Handbook

Author: Ward Farnsworth Narrator: John Lescault Release Date: January 2022

A thinking person's guide to a better life. Ward Farnsworth explains what the Socratic method is, how it works, and why it matters more than ever in our time. Easy to grasp yet challenging to master, the method will change the way you think about life's big questions. About 2,500 years ago, Plato wrote a set of dialogues that depict Socrates in conversation. The way Socrates asks questions, and the reasons why, amount to a whole way of thinking. This is the Socratic method-one of humanity's great achievements. More than a technique, the method is an ethic of patience, inquiry, humility, and doubt. It is an aid to better thinking, and a remedy for bad habits of mind, whether in law, politics, the classroom, or tackling life's big questions at the kitchen table. Drawing on hundreds of quotations, this book explains what the Socratic method is and how to use it. Chapters include "Question and Answer," "Ignorance," and "Socrates and the Stoics." Socratic philosophy is still startling after all these years because it is an approach to asking hard questions and chasing after them. It is a route to wisdom and a way of thinking about wisdom. With Farnsworth as your guide, the ideas of Socrates are easier to understand than ever and accessible to anyone. As Farnsworth achieved with The Practicing Stoic and the Farnsworth's Classical English series, ideas of old are made new and vital again. This book is for those coming to philosophy the way Socrates did-as the everyday activity of making sense out of life and how to live it-and for anyone who wants to know what he said about doing that better.

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Genesis: An Expositional Commentary, Vol. 3: Genesis 37-50 Audiobook

Genesis: An Expositional Commentary, Vol. 3: Genesis 37-50

Author: James Montgomery Boice Narrator: John Lescault Release Date: January 2022

No man in Scripture lived more consistently and completely for God than did Joseph, a favorite son of Jacob. In times of adversity and in times of prosperity-both of which offered the temptation to deny God and his lordship-Joseph remained steadfast. Living by Faith is the third and final volume on Genesis. Volume one focused on God's relationship to the cosmos and to all peoples of the earth. Volume two traced the "new beginning" of God's plan of redemption. In volume three, Boice follows the complete story of Joseph, a "man for all seasons." By exploring Joseph's loyalty to God, Boice presents him as an example for Christians today. Subjects include: God's Man in Egypt (37:36) Prospering in Prison (39:20-23) What Can I Believe? (45:25-28) The Living Church (48:1-11) Joseph: A Fruitful Vine (49:22-26) Blessings upon Children's Children (50:22-23)

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Genesis: An Expositional Commentary, Vol. 2: Genesis 12-36 Audiobook

Genesis: An Expositional Commentary, Vol. 2: Genesis 12-36

Author: James Montgomery Boice Narrator: John Lescault Release Date: December 2021

In this commentary on Genesis 12-36, Boice traces the "new beginning" of God's plan of redemption, which arose out of God's relationship with Abraham, Isaac, and Jacob. By delving into the patriarchs' lives, Boice demonstrates how much they are like us and how easily we relate to them, both in triumphs and failures. The second of three volumes on the Book of Genesis, A New Beginning shows how God changed the course of history beginning with one less-than-perfect man. It reveals the patriarchs' stories as compelling, dramatic, and true to life. As you study their stories, writes Boice, "I trust that God will use their strengths and weaknesses, victories and failures, to guide you in the true path of discipleship and to strengthen your witness." Topics covered include: The Gift of Faith (12:4) Promises to Live By (15:2-5) God's Covenant Children (17:23-27) What Made Abraham Glad? (22:13-14) A Tale of Two Sons (25:12-26) Jacob's Wages (30:25-43)

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When Things Get Dark: Stories Inspired by Shirley Jackson Audiobook

When Things Get Dark: Stories Inspired by Shirley Jackson

A chilling anthology collecting stories from today's best horror writers, inspired by and in tribute to the genius of Shirley Jackson Shirley Jackson is a seminal writer of horror and mystery fiction, whose legacy resonates globally today. Chilling, human, poignant, and strange, her stories have inspired a generation of writers and readers. This anthology, edited by legendary horror editor Ellen Datlow, brings together today's leading horror writers to offer their own personal tribute to the work of Shirley Jackson. Featuring Joyce Carol Oates, Josh Malerman, Carmen Maria Machado, Paul Tremblay, Richard Kadrey, Stephen Graham Jones, Elizabeth Hand, Kelly Link, Cassandra Khaw, Karen Heuler, Benjamin Percy, John Langan, Laird Barron, Jeffrey Ford, M. Rickert, Seanan McGuire, Gemma Files, and Genevieve Valentine.

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Genesis: An Expositional Commentary, Vol. 1: Genesis 1-11 Audiobook

Genesis: An Expositional Commentary, Vol. 1: Genesis 1-11

Author: James Montgomery Boice Narrator: John Lescault Release Date: November 2021

What can we gain from studying the book of Genesis? According to James Montgomery Boice, starting at the beginning of everything causes us to think about God and to understand ourselves as fallen yet redeemable. This knowledge not only deepens our understanding of the Christian faith but also enhances our ability to impart the gospel's truth to a world desperately in need of it. This first volume on the book of Genesis, exploring chapters 1-11, shows how the story of redemption-essentially all of Scripture-has no significance apart from the story of creation and fall. These first eleven chapters of Genesis establish the relationship of God to the cosmos and to all peoples of the earth. Topics covered in Volume 1 include: In the Beginning (1:1) Is the Fall a Fact? (3:1-6) Only Evil All the Time (6:5-8) The God Who Remembers (8:1-19) The Test of Human Government (9:1-7) The Tower of Babel (11:1-9)

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