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  1. 2.3 hrs • 9/1/2002 • Abridged

    From one of America’s most successful marriage counselors, here’s how to make all marriages even better! Countless couples are miserable in their marriages, and think they only way out of their unhappiness is separation and divorce. But Dr. Tim LaHaye, pastor, author, and counselor, has another idea. Since God created man and woman to complement each other, and because marriage was God’s idea, turn to his word, the Bible, for the best advice to develop physical, mental, and spiritual harmony in marriage. Originally published in 1968, this recently updated classic enables nearlyweds, newlyweds, and those who have been married for years to explore marriage from the honeymoon through children, to discover six keys to marital happiness: maturity, submission, love, communication, prayer, and Christ, and to use these keys to unlock the happiness that God meant marriage to have.

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    How to Be Happy Though Married

    2.3 hrs • 9/1/02 • Abridged
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  2. 1.1 hrs • 8/1/2002 • Abridged

    From one of the world's foremost spiritual leaders, an inspiring audiobook that provides young adults and their parents with a game plan for leading a better life. This inspiring, upbeat, life-affirming book shows teenagers and their families how to navigate through the moral minefields of contemporary life and how to truly enjoy the opportunities and blessings that the modern world has to offer. Drawing upon his faith as well as his personal experience, Gordon B. Hinckley provides his readers with a game plan for discovering and embracing the things in life that are valuable and worthwhile. He shows how our lives are shaped by the decisions we make every day about personal behavior -- and he shows how to make the right decisions with the help of nine guiding principles. With its vivid anecdotes, invaluable precepts, and timeless wisdom, Way to Be! will be a source of both inspiration and practical advice for young people everywhere who want to lead better, fuller, more satisfying lives.

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    Way to Be!

    1.1 hrs • 8/1/02 • Abridged
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  3. 10.4 hrs • 7/1/2002 • Unabridged

    Acclaimed as the essential guide for parents of children between the ages of three and six, this work is based on Dr. Severe’s philosophy that children’s behavior is often a reflection of their parents’. Each chapter teaches parents to adjust their own behavior to better handle a host of critical issues such as fussing at bedtime, tantrums, sibling rivalry, toilet training, setting limits, and more. The focus is not on what is wrong, but on what parents can do right.

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  4. 21.6 hrs • 5/1/2002 • Unabridged

    Who is Osama bin Laden—the only terrorist leader ever to have declared a holy war? What drives him and his followers to hate the Western civilization that has armed them? Bin Laden’s name has been linked to a number of incidents that have cost Americans their lives, most conspicuously, the catastrophic assaults on the World Trade Center and the Pentagon. In this comprehensive account of the rise of bin Laden, world-renowned terrorism expert Yossef Bodansky uncovers the events in bin Laden’s life that turned a once-promising engineering student into a cold-blooded leader of radical Islam. It is a chilling story that is as current as today’s headlines and as ancient as the Crusades, a story that transcends bin Laden and any other single man.

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    Bin Laden by Yossef Bodansky

    Bin Laden

    21.6 hrs • 5/1/02 • Unabridged
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  5. 3.2 hrs • 4/1/2002 • Unabridged

    Thomas Aquinas was one of the most influential thinkers in the history of Christianity and in Western civilization. Yet his theological views are complex and presume acquaintance with technical philosophical language. Now Timothy Renick has produced an attractive and accessible account of Aquinas's thought and life that will make his views clear to non-specialists. The topics dealt with include God, angels, evil, metaphysics, morality, sex, war, abortion, and politics. 

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    Aquinas for Armchair Theologians

    3.2 hrs • 4/1/02 • Unabridged
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  6. 3.9 hrs • 4/1/2002 • Unabridged

    In this concise introduction to Calvin’s life and thought, Elwood offers an insightful and accessible overview of Calvin’s key teachings within his historical context. The trials and travails Calvin encountered as he ministered and taught in Geneva are given with special attention to theological controversies associated with the Trinity and predestination. Elwood indicates the ways that Calvinism developed and its influence in today’s world. 

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  7. 11.1 hrs • 3/1/2002 • Unabridged

    In this enormously insightful book, correspondent Ahmed Rashid brings the shadowy world of the Taliban, the world’s most extreme and radical Islamic organization, into sharp focus. He explains the Taliban’s rise to power; its impact on Afghanistan, the Middle East, and Central Asia; its role in oil and gas company decisions; and the effects of changing American attitudes toward the Taliban. He also describes the new face of Islamic fundamentalism and explains why Afghanistan has become the world center for international terrorism.

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    Taliban by Ahmed Rashid

    Taliban

    11.1 hrs • 3/1/02 • Unabridged
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  8. 9.7 hrs • 1/1/2002 • Unabridged

    As Elsie Dinsmore grows up, her family undergoes major changes. Her father, Horace Dinsmore, falls in love and marries sweet Rose Allison, whom Elsie has loved since childhood. Soon two new members, Horace Jr. and Rosebud, join the happy family. Elsie has grown into a graceful, accomplished, and beautiful young woman of fifteen who faces the difficulties of peer pressure, the allurements of the world outside her family, and the delights and confusion of friendships both false and true. She confronts the greatest crisis of her life while visiting her maiden aunt Wealthy, when she experiences first the joy of first love and then the deep pain of betrayal. In an attempt to cure her broken heart, Elsie’s family takes her on a tour of Europe. Upon her return, when she least expects it, Elsie discovers the wonder of true love.

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    Elsie’s Girlhood by Martha Finley
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  9. 5.2 hrs • 1/1/2002 • Unabridged

    As human beings we possess one common desire: the need for happiness and a meaningful life. According to His Holiness the Dalai Lama, the ability to find true fulfillment lies within each of us. Now the spiritual and temporal leader of Tibet, Nobel Prize winner, and bestselling author helps readers begin the path to enlightenment in a very special book—an easy-access reference for daily practice as well as stunning illumination of the timeless wisdom of His Holiness. How to Practice will guide you toward opening your heart, refraining from doing harm, maintaining mental tranquility, and more. Divided into a series of distinct steps that will lead spiritual seekers of all faiths toward enlightenment, this accessible book is a constant and daily companion in the quest to practice morality, meditation, and wisdom. The Dalai Lama shows us how to overcome our everyday obstacles, from feelings of anger and mistrust to jealousy, insecurity, and counterproductive thinking. Imbued with His Holiness’ vivacious spirit and sense of playfulness, How to Practice offers the Dalai Lama’s own sage and very practical insight into the human psyche and what binds us all together.

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    How to Practice

    Translated, edited, and read by Jeffrey Hopkins
    5.2 hrs • 1/1/02 • Unabridged
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  10. 7.2 hrs • 12/11/2001 • Unabridged

    In The Seat of the Soul prize-winning author Gary Zukav explained how the expansion of human perception beyond the five senses leads to a new understanding of "authentic power."   In Soul Stories, he showed how such concepts as harmony, cooperation, sharing, and reverence for Life express themselves in other people's lives. Now, in The Heart of the Soul, prize-winning author Gary Zukav joins with his spiritual partner Linda Francis to show us the importance of emotional awareness in applying these concepts to our daily lives. The Heart of the Soul shows us how to free ourselves from our compulsions, fixations, obsessions, and addictions -- such as anger, workaholism, obsessive eating, alcohol and drug abuse, and sexual addiction -- that prevent us from living a fulfilling and meaningful life. It also provides the reader with the necessary tools to replace the desire to avoid painful emotions with the desire to explore every aspect of consciousness, and to cultivate the parts of ourselves that contribute the most to Life. Emotional awareness -- becoming aware of everything we are feeling at every moment -- is one of the most challenging tasks we can undertake. As Zukav relates in the audiobook, "The longest journey that you will make in your life is from your head to your heart." For all of us, that is the unending journey toward spiritual growth -- toward wholeness, wisdom, and compassion -- and the healing that will allow us to achieve our fullest potential.

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    The Heart of the Soul

    7.2 hrs • 12/11/01 • Unabridged
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  11. 3.7 hrs • 12/1/2001

    The Tibet Center and Gere Foundation present one of the world's great spiritual leaders and author of The New York Times bestsellers An Open Heart and The Art of Happiness. In Mindful Enlightenment The Dalai Lama explains how we can obtain tranquil abiding -- the single cultivation of the mind. Most of the time we experience consciousness through our internal and external interactions. Through daily practice, if we clear away all obstructions and allow the true nature of the mind to shine luminously in the simple present moment of experience, we will be enlightened.

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  12. 10.8 hrs • 11/9/2001 • Unabridged

    With the same passionate scholarship and analytical audacity he brought to the character of God, Jack Miles now approaches the literary and theological enigma of Jesus. In so doing, he tells the story of a broken promise—God’s ancient covenant with Israel—and of its strange, unlooked-for fulfillment. For, having abandoned his chosen people to an impending holocaust at the hands of their Roman conquerors. God, in the person of Jesus, chooses to die with them, in what is effectively an act of divine suicide. On the basis of this shocking argument, Miles compels us to reassess Christ’s entire life and teaching: His proclivity for the powerless and disgraced. His refusal to discriminate between friends and enemies. His transformation of defeat into a victory that redeems not just Israel but the entire world. Combining a close reading of the Gospels with a range of reference that includes Donne, Nietzche, and Elie Wiesel, Christ: A Crisis in the Life of God is a work of magnificent eloquence and imagination.

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    Christ

    10.8 hrs • 11/9/01 • Unabridged
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  13. 1.2 hrs • 11/1/2001 • Abridged

    Beloved:   Over the years, I have received many letters from readers who want to know how to pray. Some are afraid they are praying wrong. Some want to know a formula. Some think that their prayers are unworthy.I know how it feels to be afraid to pray, afraid you're praying wrong, afraid you're praying wrong, afraid that your prayers are unheard. So I pass on to you the knowledge that changed my approach to and experience of prayer: your every thought, every word, every action is prayer. If we focus on God's presence in every thing and every one, then prayer will become as natural to us as breathing. This audiobook is a collection of prayers I have written over the years in my prayer journals. They address a variety of topics and situations. It is my prayer that they will spark a light in your heart and you will come to know the peace of God's grace. Please join me in making the thoughts, words and actions of our everyday lives more reverent, honorable, and loving so that we can anchor the peace, joy, and harmony of God on this planet. Be Blessed.

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    Every Day I Pray

    1.2 hrs • 11/1/01 • Abridged
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  14. 3.3 hrs • 11/1/2001

    The Tibet Center and Gere Foundation present one of the world's great spiritual leaders and author of An Open Heart and the New York Times bestseller The Art of Happiness. In Training the Mind, The Dalai Lama explains the basic Buddhist system and lays out a foundation for practice. Through daily practice, we pay homage to Buddha for his great kindness as teacher, we contemplate the impermanence of life, and dedicate our positive activities to the benefit of all in order to build a better world.

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  15. 3.5 hrs • 11/1/2001

    The Tibet Center and Gere Foundation present one of the world's great spiritual leaders and author of The New York Times bestsellers An Open Heart and The Art of Happiness. In Cultivating Compassion, The Dalai Lama explores the three levels of understanding. Understanding derived through listening or study, understanding derived through reception and thinking, and understanding derived through meditation and practice. Through meditation, we can generate genuine compassion and by clearing away attachment and aversion, we can better practice compassion in our daily life. 

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  16. 2.5 hrs • 10/1/2001 • Unabridged

    Jimmy Carter remembers Christmas in Plains -- a source of spiritual inspiration, respite, family ties, friendship, vacation fun, and the simplicity of community. In a beautifully rendered portrait of very special Christmases, Carter begins by returning to his early years in Plains. With only one exception in the following 48 years, the Carters have always been in Plains on Christmas Day. In 1980, with Americans held hostage in Iran, Jimmy, Rosalynn, and Amy went by themselves to Camp David and felt lonely. At Amy's suggestion, they invited the White House staff and their families to join them and created their own version of Christmas in Plains. Jimmy Carter has written another American classic in the tradition of Truman Capote's A Christmas Memory and Dylan Thomas' A Child's Christmas in Wales.

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    Christmas In Plains

    2.5 hrs • 10/1/01 • Unabridged
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