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The Divine Dance

The Trinity and Your Transformation
Narrated by: Arthur Morey
Length: 7 hrs and 13 mins
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The Trinity is supposed to be the central doctrine grounding Christianity, yet we're often told that we shouldn't attempt to understand it because it's a mystery. But what if we breached that mystery? How might it transform our relationship with God?

Although the word trinity isn't found in the New Testament - it wasn't until the third century that it was coined - the idea of the Father, Son, and Holy Spirit was present in Jesus' life and teachings. In this book, internationally recognized teacher Richard Rohr circles around this paradoxical idea - and circling around is an apt metaphor: Early Christians applied the Greek verb for dance to the mystery of the Trinity, saying whatever is going on in God is a flow - it's like a dance.

©2016 Richard Rohr with Mike Morrell (P)2017 Dreamscape Media, LLC

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Pure, deep, alive. Amen

Pure, deep, alive, sounds of music dancing to the Ruthie of life and love, Amen

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  • Amazon Customer
  • 18-01-2018

Fantastic

Richard Rohr is just one of the greatest communicators of difficult truth. I admire his courage

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  • rose
  • 19-02-2018

meditation book

I used this audio book as a form of prayer..... listening to it at least 15 minutes daily. Beautifully written with captured deep contemplations. The author is brilliant and uses his God given gifts in this wonderful story.

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  • Garrison G. Schrauger
  • 22-01-2018

Phenomenal!

This book rescued the idea of Trinity after evangelical fundamentalism tainted it for me. I would've preferred Rohr's voice since I've grown quite attached to it, but the reader does a very good job.

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  • Dan O'Leary
  • 25-10-2017

great book bad voice rendering

I love Rohr and only wished he had recorded his work himself His selected reader was a poor one

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  • Kindle Customer
  • 27-10-2017

Give thought to the Trinityy

Rhor gives you something to ponder if you have not thought much about the Trinity or a new perspective if you have thought a lot about the Trinity

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  • David Ortega
  • 19-02-2019

In-between mind and soul

The Divine Dance was a rare listen inviting me into what I call the space "in-between." It is that sacred space between mind and soul where the Spirit is actively moving within me in deep experiential ways.

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  • Jim Amescua
  • 18-02-2019

Eye, mind, and heart opening!

I've listened to it twice now and still would like to continue can't get enough of this

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  • Amazon Customer
  • 19-01-2019

Revived my relationship with The Three In One.

Will have this as a reference guide forever. Shoulders up The Holy Scriptures. Thank you!

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  • Benjamin
  • 01-10-2018

beauty

this book is beautiful to me. so much packed in about how to enter and be a part of the thing that is. it challenges me to draw into life. highly recommended.

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  • David E. Ellis
  • 28-09-2018

Love Richard Rohr

I love Richard Rohr. Every time I read anything he writes I feel closer to the Divine. This book is a deep book and I found myself in the presence of the Divine on every page. Great book. You won't want to put it down.

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  • Robertjdarcy
  • 13-11-2017

Mind changing book

This book has open my heart, and started me on a journey of hope and exploring

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  • Jackii
  • 11-02-2018

An inviting approach to enliven faith

I found this a very worthwhile listen. The narrator's voice complimented the topic. I would like to explore the Franciscan way more as a way to deepen my faith because of this book. I like the blend of the mystical exploration and the scientific inclusion.

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  • Bec
  • 20-11-2018

Insightful, beautiful and refreshing

Richard Rohr has mastered the art of describing the mystery of the trinity and our ordained ability to connect with Yahweh in such beautiful words that excite the soul. I love his use of science and history to place our present moments in context.