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Things Hidden

Scripture as Spirituality
Narrated by: John Quigley O.F.M.
Length: 10 hrs and 35 mins
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In this exploration of the central themes of Scripture, Richard Rohr transforms the written word, discovering in these ancient texts a new and vital meaning, relevant and essential for modern Christians. Rohr offers his listeners a Christian vision of abundance, grace, and joy to counteract a world filled with scarcity, judgment, and fear - a vision that can revolutionize how we relate to ourselves, others, and the world.

©2008 Richard Rohr and John Feister (P)2011 St. Anthony Messenger Press

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  • Jon
  • 26-01-2015

Reframes everything!

Richard has reframed almost everything I thought I knew about the bible, God, Jesus, and Christianity. Things that were once impossible to reconcile in the bible now make sense. But as Richard often says, I felt like I already knew it. But here is a warning, this is gonna hurt. It is just taking the red pill in the matrix. Do you want to know the truth? Or will you say ignorance is bliss? This may shake the core of your belief system and that is scary. But if you can chew on this long enough before you swallow, it won't choke you and I believe it will ultimately free you.

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  • anthony
  • 03-09-2012

Opening the scriptures to thought.

If you could sum up Things Hidden in three words, what would they be?

Light to faith

What other book might you compare Things Hidden to and why?

Rohr's several books on spirituality. Rohr's thinking is always striking and practical.

Which character – as performed by John Quigley – was your favorite?

None

If you were to make a film of this book, what would be the tag line be?

Opening the eyes of faith.

Any additional comments?

This book can be read straight thru;but then comes the assimulation with silence, pauses,
and at you own pace.

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  • Single Dad
  • 14-07-2014

When you need Peace, this is it.

Would you consider the audio edition of Things Hidden to be better than the print version?

Haven't read the print edition, but I'm going to order a dozen copies and give to everyone who is struggling with anything.

What was one of the most memorable moments of Things Hidden?

God isn't a "check the box" kinda God. God cares more about who we are than what we do. God wants people (us) to go tell HIS story, not ours.

What’s an idea from the book that you will remember?

Sometimes we aren't "supposed to know" - talking about the mystery of God. We just need to have faith, and follow blindly.

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This book came to me at the perfect time in my life. I was going through a really difficult stage, and this book seemed to have the calming affect that I needed. The message was so reassuring about God - and it starts in the Old Testament and takes you right through today. As one of those "former Catholics" this book could tell Rome a lot about what drives people away from their church, but NOT away from God.

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  • Kurt
  • 16-10-2013

Another Richard Rohr Classic

Would you listen to Things Hidden again? Why?

Yes, a fresh take on the Bible that makes sense of seeming contradictions in the text.

This book is meant to move you along the path to greater spirituality and a deeper understanding of the Bible. As I travel the path I think I will get more from it each time I listen to it based on where I am at the time.

What did you like best about this story?

Firmly grounded in Christianity but draws on other traditions as well, even if not overtly. Certainly does not give 'good' Christians a pass.

What about John Quigley’s performance did you like?

Well read and paced. John Quigley did a good job but I would have preferred to have Richard read it.

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  • Amazon Customer
  • 06-04-2015

A read that speaks beyond just the cognitive...

This read was a resonating experience. Confirming and encouraging as it harmonized with my current life journey. Perfect timing to find a few sign posts!

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  • baritonedad
  • 18-01-2017

Thought Provoking

There is obviously a lot of "Hidden" meaning in Scriptures that I have known for years. We need to put on new "glasses" and contemplate on the hidden meanings that have always been there.

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  • Naika
  • 20-05-2016

Thoughful and sincere, powerful and moving!

If you really want to know what is the way for a TRUE relationship with God through Jesus Christ and in the company of the Holy Spirit read this magnificent book.

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  • Donald
  • 13-03-2020

Maybe my favorite Rohr book.

I definitely wish it was Father Richard narrating, though Mr. Quigley did a great job, I love Rohr’s delivery.

Simply, this is just a very complete book. It’s a well crafted, thoughtful and humble talk on scripture.

I LOVE this book but would recommend starting somewhere else if this is your first Rohr book. I’d begin with Falling Upward or Everything Belongs.

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  • Amazon Customer
  • 06-05-2019

So helpful!

This book unfolded in a way that I was not expecting - thematically, rather than chapter by chapter, verse by verse. I found it to be deeply insightful so much so that I read and reread sections. Enjoy! The Audible chaptering was not helpful, however.

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  • D. Griffin
  • 03-05-2019

Tremendous

This was a wonderful in depth journey through the Bible examining the relationship between ourselves and God ... how we might best understand the love of our creator be the creation God would have us to be.

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  • Kingdiplodocus
  • 27-03-2015

Excellent insight into the Bible

Rohr takes the listener through many themes from scripture and how they reveal helpful patterns and insight for the journey.

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  • RoseHill
  • 13-07-2016

If even 10% of the western culture based their lives on this book the world would a better place

A positive yet honest critique of the development of Christianity and how essentially biblical text points towards an infinitely more hopeful image of God, Jesus/Christ and humanity. Only one criticism which is out-dated use of homeopathic metaphor. Homeopathy now having been completely discredited by extensive clinical trials.

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