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6.9 hrs • Mar/14/2017 • Unabridged
One of the most compelling and authoritative rebuttals of evolution today, Evolution Impossible shows listeners how fossils are evidence of extinction, not evolution;why mutations never produce new genetic information;how the lack of transitional fossils undermines secular timelines; andwhy living cells and new classes of organisms don’t form by chance.Using recent discoveries in genetics, biochemistry, geology, radiometric dating, and other scientific disciplines, Dr. Ashton explains chapter by chapter in straightforward language twelve compelling reasons why Darwin’s theory of evolution is just a myth.Taking the evidence refuting evolution to a new level with a wide-ranging analysis, this is a must-listen book for all students, Christian educators, scientists, and anyone eager to defend a biblical worldview.Available Formats: CD, MP3 CD10.2 hrs • Feb/14/2017
Harry Doyle was murdered at age ten by his religious fanatic mother. Resuscitated by the police, Harry comes back from the dead and survives an event that will shape the rest of his life. Twenty years later he has dedicated his life to putting killers behind bars as a homicide detective who has the unwanted ability to hear the postmortem whispers of murder victims. Dubbed The Dead Detective by his fellow cops, Doyle now faces his most difficult case: a beautiful murder victim who was a notorious child molester. It is a case that will shake Harry to his very core.Available Formats:11.6 hrs • Feb/02/2017 • Unabridged
A New York Times Notable Book of the YearWinner of the Mountains and Plains Book Seller's Association Award"Sprawling in scope. . . . Mr. Egan uses the past powerfully to explain and give dimension to the present." --The New York Times"Fine reportage . . . honed and polished until it reads more like literature than journalism." --Los Angeles Times"They have tried to tame it, shave it, fence it, cut it, dam it, drain it, nuke it, poison it, pave it, and subdivide it," writes Timothy Egan of the West; still, "this region's hold on the American character has never seemed stronger." In this colorful and revealing journey through the eleven states west of the 100th meridian, Egan, a third-generation westerner, evokes a lovely and troubled country where land is religion and the holy war between preservers and possessors never ends.Egan leads us on an unconventional, freewheeling tour: from America's oldest continuously inhabited community, the Ancoma Pueblo in New Mexico, to the high kitsch of Lake Havasu City, Arizona, where London Bridge has been painstakingly rebuilt stone by stone; from the fragile beauty of Idaho's Bitterroot Range to the gross excess of Las Vegas, a city built as though in defiance of its arid environment. In a unique blend of travel writing, historical reflection, and passionate polemic, Egan has produced a moving study of the West: how it became what it is, and where it is going.Available Formats:10.8 hrs • Jan/09/2017 • Unabridged
Back by popular demand, the bestselling Politically Incorrect Guides provide an unvarnished, unapologetic overview of the topics every American needs to know. The Politically Incorrect Guide to the Presidents, Part 1 profiles America’s early presidents, from George Washington to William Howard Taft.Available Formats: CD, MP3 CD, Digital Rental10.8 hrs • Jan/09/2017 • UnabridgedDownloadAlso: CD, MP3 CD, Digital Rental8.2 hrs • Dec/06/2016 • Unabridged
More than a decade ago, Gallup combed through its database of more than 1 million employee and manager interviews to identify the 12 elements most important for sustaining high performance. These were identified in the 1999 bestseller First, Break All the Rules.The Gallup study now includes 9 million employee and manager interviews spanning 114 countries and conducted in 41 languages. The authors weave together the latest Gallup insights with recent discoveries in the fields of psychology, physiology, game theory, neuroscience, and management. Chapters in the book follow great managers as they harness employee engagement to turn around a failing call center, save a struggling restaurant, improve patient care in a hospital, maintain production through power outages, and face a host of other challenges in settings around the world.Written to be accessible to all managers and employees, 12 explains what every company needs to know about human nature on the job.Available Formats:5.7 hrs • Nov/30/2016 • Unabridged
The economy has made major leaps in the past decade. Have you made the leap along with it?Work is different for this new generation than it was in the past. Long-term careers are on the way out, and “gigs”—part-time, contract, or freelance work—are becoming more common. Whether you’re in the midst of a career or just getting started, now is the time to prepare for changes headed your way.President of Crown and former CEO of an international company, Robert Dickie has a wealth of knowledge and experience to draw from. With these he outlines seven proven strategies for operating in our ever-changing landscape and helps you make an action plan to achieve results.What does it look like to avoid anchors, create multiple income streams, and brand yourself? The Leapwill help you navigate these and other critical tasks for having lasting work in a changing economy.Available Formats:4.2 hrs • Oct/04/2016 • Unabridged
An inspired and original compilation for the 2016 election year, God Is in the House is a collection of essays by members of Congress who reflect on their deep faith and how it guides them as legislators.Compiled by Representative Virginia Foxx, who personally asked for contributions from congressional colleagues and coworkers, God Is in the House features essays from eighteen members of Congress from both political parties, representing eleven faiths and denominations.Available Formats: CD, MP3 CD, Digital RentalRead by various narrators, Elijah Alexander, Traber Burns, Dawn Harvey, Karen White, Michael Kramer, John McLain, Mirron Willis, Nick Sullivan, Lloyd James, Donald Corren, Thom Rivera, John Pruden, Jim Denison, Mark Bramhall, Ray Chase, George Newbern, Joe Barrett, Pam Ward, Dan Woren4.2 hrs • Oct/04/2016 • UnabridgedDownloadAlso: CD, MP3 CD, Digital Rental5.1 hrs • Aug/01/2016 • Unabridged
Gun-rights advocate John Lott, author of More Guns, Less Crime, rebuts recent antigun “factoids” with real statistics.When it comes to the gun control debate, there are two kinds of data: data that’s accurate, and data that left-wing billionaires, politicians, and media want you to believe is accurate. In The War on Guns, economist and gun-rights advocate John Lott turns a skeptical eye to well-funded antigun studies and stories that perpetuate false statistics to frighten Americans into giving up their guns.Available Formats: CD, MP3 CD, Digital Rental9.2 hrs • Jul/25/2016 • Unabridged
Liberals take great pride in their supposed openmindedness. Yet when it comes to hot-button issues like radical Islam, global warming, and abortion, “openminded” liberals go to great lengths to discredit and suppress the ideas of their opponents. Breitbart senior editor Joel Pollak exposes the nineteen key ideas that today’s liberals are desperate to suppress, revealing the blatant hypocrisy of left-wing leaders and pundits who preach tolerance but practice intolerance.Available Formats: CD, MP3 CD, Digital Rental3.2 hrs • Apr/05/2016 • Unabridged
In Believers, Thinkers, and Founders: How We Came to Be One Nation Under God, Kevin Seamus Hasson — founder and president emeritus of the Becket Fund for Religious Liberty — offers a refreshing resolution to a familiar conundrum: If there is real religious freedom in America, how is it that our government keeps invoking God? Heu2019s everywhere — from our currency to the Pledge of Allegiance. Isnu2019t that all entirely too religious? And just whose God are we talking about anyway? If we are intellectually honest, shouldnu2019t we scrub all these references to God from our public life?_x000D_ _x000D_ Yet the Declaration of Independence says that God is the source of our rights. u201cThe traditional position,u201d writes Hasson, u201cis that our fundamental human rights —including those secured by the First Amendment — are endowed to us by the Creator, and that it would be perilous to permit the government ever to repudiate that point.u201d America has steadfastly repeated that for more than 200 years, throughout all branches and levels of government._x000D_ _x000D_ To say that there is no Creator who endows us with rights, Hasson argues, u201cis to do more than simply tinker with one of the most famous one-liners in history; it is to change the starting point of our whole explanation of who we are as Americans and, ultimately, why our government is a limited one in the first place.u201d_x000D_ _x000D_ What to do?_x000D_ _x000D_ Hasson looks closely at the nationu2019s founding and sees a solution in the classical distinction between faith and reason. The existence of God, he points out, can traditionally be known by reason alone, while who God is can only be seen by faith. By recognizing the distinction between the u201cself-evidentu201d Creator referred to in the Declaration of Independence and God as revealed in our faith traditions, we can move past the culture wars that plague us. In short, Hasson argues that we can have a robust First Amendment without abandoning our natural rights._x000D_ _x000D_ In Believers, Thinkers, and Founders, Hasson examines that idea while looking at a host of issues — including the Pledge of Allegiance, prayer at public events, and the Declaration of Independence — as he demonstrates how we can still be one nation under God._x000D_Available Formats: Digital Rental7.3 hrs • Sep/22/2015 • Unabridged
We live in a culture that often dismisses and ridicules conservative values. By the time liberal professors, the news media, and Hollywood get through with them, many young Americans are convinced conservative means extremist and intolerant. It’s a distortion that endangers America’s future. Bill Bennett and coauthor John Cribb explain what conservatism really means, using five fundamental principles summarized by the word FLINT: free enterprise, limited government, individual liberty, national defense, and traditional values. America the Strong shows the next generation how these principles have made the United States a great nation and why they are worth preserving. It answers more than one hundred questions, from “Do conservatives hate the government?” to “What’s wrong with having an open border?” to “Why can’t rich people pay all the taxes?” Discover a strong, clear conservative vision of America for the next generation.Available Formats:8.7 hrs • Feb/03/2015 • Unabridged
Addressing the explosive growth in ancestral travel, this compelling narrative combines intriguing tales of discovery with tips on how to begin your own explorations. Actor and award-winning travel writer Andrew McCarthy’s featured story recounts his quest to uncover his family’s Irish history, while twenty-five other prominent writers tell their own heartfelt stories of connection.Spanning the globe, these stories offer personal takes on journeying home, whether the authors are actively seeking long-lost relatives, meeting up with seldom-seen family members, or perhaps just visiting the old country to get a feel for their roots. A foreword by the Genographic Project’s Spencer Wells sets the scene.Available Formats: CD, MP3 CD, Digital RentalRead by Traber Burns, Patrick Lawlor, Adam Verner, Shaun Grindell, Feodor Chin, Bernadette Dunne, Carrington MacDuffie, Amy Rubinate, Armando Durán, John McLain, Tom Bromhead, Mark Peckham, Simon Vance, Arthur Morey, Stephen R. Thorne, R. C. Bray, Michael Kramer, Angela Brazil, Caroline Shaffer, Mia Chiaromonte, Kate Reading, Paul Michael Garcia, Christine Williams, Melanie Ewbank, Bob Souer, Rebecca Mitchell, Pam Ward, various narrators8.7 hrs • Feb/03/2015 • UnabridgedDownloadAlso: CD, MP3 CD, Digital Rental11.3 hrs • Aug/14/2014 • Unabridged
The astonishing story of Benny Binion—a rip-roaring saga of murder, money, and the making of Las VegasBenny Binion was many things: a cowboy, a pioneering casino owner, a gangster, a killer, and founder of the hugely successful World Series of Poker. Blood Aces tells the story of Binion’s crucial role in shaping modern Las Vegas. From a Texas backwater, Binion rose to prominence on a combination of vision, determination, and brutal expediency. His formula was simple: run a good business, cultivate the big boys, kill your enemies, and own the cops. Through a mix of cold-bloodedness, native intelligence, folksiness, and philanthropy, Binion became one of the most revered figures in the history of gambling, and his showmanship, shrewdness, and violence would come to dominate the Vegas scene.Veteran journalist Doug J. Swanson uses once-secret government documents and dogged reporting to show how Binion destroyed his rivals and outsmarted his adversaries—including J. Edgar Hoover. As fast paced as any thriller, Blood Aces tells a story that is unmatched in the annals of American criminal justice, a vital yet untold piece of this country’s history.Available Formats: CD, MP3 CD, Digital Rental6.2 hrs • Jul/28/2014 • Unabridged
Battle-scarred political warrior David Horowitz says it’s time for conservatives to take the gloves off—and take our country back.America is at a crucial turning point in its history, and Republicans have been losing ground to Democrats for too long. In Take No Prisoners, Horowitz sounds a clarion call for conservatives to use liberals’ take-no-prisoners playbook against them. From his days as a founder of the radical New Left movement in the 1960s to his storied career as a leading conservative activist, Horowitz has a lifetime of experience in battleground politics. Now he lays out a winning political strategy for the Right that can save the country from sliding into economic and social ruin.If conservatives want a better future for America, they need to be able to beat liberals at their own game—and David Horowitz is telling them how.Available Formats: CD, MP3 CD, Digital Rental4.6 hrs • Apr/29/2014 • Unabridged
It is the most famous execution in history. Its symbol is worn by hundreds of millions worldwide. Its spiritual meaning is recalled daily in time-honored rituals. It is the most passionately debated murder of all time. In Killing Jesus: The Hidden Drama Behind the World's Most Famous Execution, New York Times bestselling author Stephen Mansfield tells the gripping story of the conspiracy to assassinate Jesus Christ and the graphic details of his torturous death. Approaching the tale at its most human level—an approach often neglected by worshippers of Christ and the non-believing alike—Mansfield uses both secular sources and the biblical accounts to bring fresh perspective and fire to the familiar saga. Rooted in scholarship but told simply and with vivid detail-, this thrilling, page-turning account of the death of Jesus will fascinate and stir readers whatever their beliefs about that death might be.Available Formats: Digital Rental16.8 hrs • Jun/30/2013 • Unabridged
From haunting ghost stories to classic fairy tales, Going Public … In Shorts! is a collection of forty classic and lesser-known works by history’s greatest writers. Among the stories included are “The Death of a Government Clerk,” Anton Chekhov’s defining vignette; “The Celebrated Jumping Frog of Calaveras County,” Mark Twain’s comedic story that earned him national fame; “The Gift of the Magi,” O. Henry’s masterful Christmastime tale about love and sacrifice; and “The Story of an Hour,” Kate Chopin’s enduring feminist work about a frail woman and her dead husband. Also included are lesser-known stories such as “Brown Wolf,” a short tale by Jack London; “The Diamond as Big as the Ritz,” an early thriller-romance by F. Scott Fitzgerald; “The Spectre Bridegroom,” a folk tale–style ghost story by Washington Irving; and “The Prophets’ Paradise,” a dreamlike narrative by Robert W. Chambers. Proceeds from sale of this title go to Reach Out and Read, an innovative literacy advocacy organization.Available Formats: Digital RentalRead by various narrators, H. P. Lovecraft, John Lee, Mark Turetsky, John McLain, Scott O’Neill, Diane Havens, Dick Hill, Simon Vance, John Pruden, Arielle DeLisle, Jo Anna Perrin, Dion Graham, Amy Rubinate, Kyle Munley, Adam Verner, Rachel Fulginiti, Cris Dukehart, Coleen Marlo, Susan Ericksen, Oliver Wyman, Paul Michael Garcia, Gabrielle de Cuir, Johnny Heller, Tish Hicks, Kaleo Griffith, David Drummond, Karen White, Peter Berkrot, Vanessa Hart, Patrick Lawlor, Jeffrey Kafer, Hillary Huber, Gary Dikeos, Luke Daniels, Stefan Rudnicki, Robert Fass, Cassandra Campbell, Robin Ray Eller, Xe Sands16.8 hrs • Jun/30/2013 • UnabridgedDownloadAlso: Digital RentalLoading more titles...
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